Cervo Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Piazza Principessa Clotilde 10, Milan, Lombardy, 20121, Italy
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79%

Satisfaction Average
Excellent
6%
6
Very Good
41%
36
Average
32%
28
Poor
11%
10
Terrible
6%
6

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  • Families65
  • Couples66
  • Solo50
  • Business65

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help! can anyone beat 500€ for a room in Milan?

by Mutprobe

Ciao gli amici nuovi!

It's me once again. I appreciate the responses previously and it came to me that, since I need to stay in Milan 3 months, it makes more sense to rent a room on monthly basis!

I searched online and found the best rate to be 500€ monthly. Does anyone know if it could get any less?

Or does anyone have any better recommendations? If you personally know someone renting out a room... pls do email me. More details can be discussed via email. (I am a married Malay man, by the way)

ringraziarlo
Mut

Re: help! can anyone beat 500€ for a room in Milan?

by cooltrudy

this summer i went to malaysia...and it was great !!!!!!
so i'm glad to help a malay man...but i want only to advice you that it is very very difficult to find a room with price lower than 500euro!
i know that a room of 25mq in milan costs, more or less, 600-700 euro !
so at first i suggest you to keep strong your room of 500euro ! and if you try something cheaper (i hope so but it's not easy!)....it should be very very happy !
good luck !
enjoy yourself !
Marcy

Re: Re: help! can anyone beat 500€ for a room in Milan?

by sierralyndon

Getting anything less than €500 a month would be quite spectacular!! Milan is a very expensive city, and you will also have to carefully budget for food and other expenses.

I would suggest you put a posting on www.livinginmilan.com. Alternatively there is a publication for the English-speaking community here called Easy Milano (www.easymilano.it) which have a lot of announcements regarding accommodation. You might get lucky.

In addition, being Malaysian, I know quite a few other Malaysians living in and around Milan, so I will ask them if they know of anything as well.

Re: help! can anyone beat 500€ for a room in Milan?

by jszfl

As a family of 4 in 1998, we stayed in Hotel Spenori (sp?) in Milan and I can assure you that it wasn't that expensive. I have a hotel at the airport booked for April that is 114E (3 star) that is Hotel Cervo.

If you are looking for something cheap, try Rick Steve's Europe. He gives recommendations and directions. The hotel we stayed in was clean, but not in a desirable part of town.

Hotel near Mapensa airport

by margotlaskin

Can anyone suggest an inexpensive, clean hotel near the airport?

Thanks

Re: Hotel near Mapensa airport

by mccalpin

We have stayed at the First Hotel near Malpensa ( http://www.firsthotel.it/ ). It is definitely clean but not particularly cheap, being a business class hotel. It is quite close to the airport, and has free shuttle rides upon request to and from Malpensa. In addition, their restaurant in the basement is quite decent - otherwise, there is very little around, mostly trees and a few houses. It is definitely a place you stay because you arrived very late in the evening or are leaving early the next morning, but not a place to see Milan from (it's 30 miles out of town)...but you won't be disappointed with the hotel itself...so it depends why you want a hotel near Malpensa...

Bill

Re: Hotel near Mapensa airport

by RicardoBA

Hi,
We use the Hotel Cervo(www.hotelcervo.it). It's between Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 and they have a shuttle from the airport to the hotel. It's very reasonable and they have a restuarant in the hotel which was good.
The single rooms are small,but the doubles are good size.
Enjoy!!

Re: Hotel near Mapensa airport

by Jetgirly

First Hotel isn't bad. I also stayed at Hotel Cardano, which was EUR 10 cheaper than First Hotel but infinitely more boring and dull (NOTHING TO DO). However, looking back I can see that I easily saved more than EUR 10 by eating at the restaurant recommended by Hotel Cardano as opposed to the ridiculously overpriced restaurant in First Hotel (all you'll hear in that restaurant is the sound of other people whining about how expensive the food is).

Re: Hotel near Mapensa airport

by mccalpin

My experience in November 2002 at the First Hotel's restaurant was somewhat different than Carly's. True, it's not cheap - as I said, it's a business class hotel - but I don't recall it being ridiculously expensive. Instead, we were pleasantly surprised at how nice it was, considering that we were a captive audience, and the restaurant was under renovation to boot...however, compare the date of Carly's experience to mine - perhaps Carly's is more recent and things have changed...

Bill

Travel Tips for Milan

Always be smart

by jubistuta79

Here ... city of fashion. You will not see anyone wearing a simple shirt or dress when they out to town. Most of ppls here, are beautiful with their dress. Not only for woemn, also applicable for a guy. They are following a up to date fashion, BUT not all of them buying an oriinal stuff!

During a winter, you can see more fashion used by local ppls.

Milan Synagogue

by TRimer

If you have time, visit the Milan Synagogue. Via Guastalla 19.

Jews have lived in Italy since Roman times. During the middle ages, they were alternatively protected and attacked by various popes and local rulers. Italian Jews were subjected to forced conversion lectures beginning in the 13th century. By the 1500's they were ordered to live in ghettos in Rome, Venice, Ferrara, Mantua, Leghorn and other cities.
Today, Italy's 30,000 Jews live in Rome, Milan, Turin, Florence and Leghorn (Livorno). Communities numbering in the hundreds are also organized in Bologna, Genoa, Trieste and Venice.

Fully stocked children shop

by nomadig about Du Pareil Au Même

There are surprisingly few children stores in Milan, compared to the overall number of clothing stores in the city. Your best bet is to walk on Corso Buenos Aires, as there are several shops for babies and children.

Du Pareil Au Même is one of the biggest, the selection catering for all aspects of having small children. The prices are quite okay, too, but the service is non-existent. We browsed through the shop for quarter of an hour, but got no service what-so-ever. Unbelievable!

Milan's Grand Stazione Centrale

by tpal

This was actually our second trip through the MIlan train station. The first was on the way to Venice and that was truly a blur in my mind as we did little more than move from one train to another. This time, however, Milan was our destination and we needed to take note of our surroundings.

This is a big place. Built on a grandiose scale in the early 20th century, it is one of the biggest train stations in Europe and I found it to be a bit intimidating. A very busy place and, it seemed to us, to lack a very intuitive pattern of egress. What seemed to contribute to the confusion is the main ticket hall's location which is at grade with the train platforms but 2-3 stories above street level. The prospect of carrying our luggage down a very long flight of stairs was daunting. Ultimately we located the escalator to the far left end of the gallery (when exiting the platforms). Taxi queues were located at the exit at the bottom.

The building itself is magnificent but sadly the concerns of transit took precedence over our quest for aesthetics.

The best branch in Milano

by muratkorman about Willy (Pizza)

Da Willy Pizzeria located in Famagosta is the best amongst the various branches spreaded all around. A warm and friendly service as well as large size delicious pizzas makes this place my favorite. There is a bowling saloon to help you digest the food just in the same building.

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