Delta Linate Hotel

Via Emilia 2 A San Donato, , Milan, Lombardy 20097

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  • Solo50
  • Business26
  • one of the worst hotels I ever visit

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    This is one of the worst hotels I ever visit. One night price was about 100 euro but real value should be less than 5 euro. It is like camping but without forest, nice smells, sea and waves. It was not pleasure to stay in this hotel. I did not enjoy at all.
    Hotel building is in mild words ugly, flaring red colored cube. It is really funny that somebody chose that ugly red paint. Be careful with electronic device because hotel has no power plugs so think how to charge cell phone or laptop. Furniture is bad, damaged and very old. You should forget that style immediately. One side of hotel is very noisy and other one is quiet when airplanes are not flying close to hotel. It is rare but happened. Receptionists are unfriendly and unkind and it is privilege to not meet them.
    There is one advantage of this hotel, namely rooms are clean and cleaning ladies are working hard and fair.

    Directions: close to airport and crowded street

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Forum Posts

supermarket with baby food and BIO products, cheap babyshop and affordable ladies' boots in milan

by globetrekker_airen

hello,

I am searching for several stores that we need to go to during our stay in milan. i hope somebody can give recommendations on the cheapest:

- supermarket with baby food and bio products
- shop with good quality baby clothes and things
- store with good comfy ladies' boots

thanks!

regards,
ning

Re: supermarket with baby food and BIO products,....

by cgf

#1 look for Esselunga, quite a few in Milan

#2 ...

#3 ...

Re: supermarket with baby food and BIO products, cheap babyshop

by Manara

For baby clothes and things look at PRENATAL shops. There are 12 in Milan, the list with addresses is on this webpage:
http://www.prenatal.it/negozi/elenco.asp#LOAD

Re: supermarket with baby food and BIO products, cheap babyshop

by Manara

For boots with a good quality/price ratio I recommend the Nero Giardini brand. In Milan there is a shop in Corso di Porta Ticinese 76.

Important: most shops in Milan are closed on Sundays and on Monday morning.

Re: supermarket with baby food and BIO products

by globetrekker_airen

thank you all for the tips, i would check the info of what you have recommended online :)

greetings

Travel Tips for Milan

The huge city sprawls for...

by ainhoaflies

The huge city sprawls for miles, but the main historical attractions can be found between the two most important:
The huge duomo - commissioned in 1386 and still unfinished - and the Sforza castle.
The Piazza del Duomo is bordered by the world's most beautiful shopping mall: the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II.
Full of cafés and boutiques on the opposite side the opera: La Scala. Its museum is pretty good too.
Milan has plenty of art galleries and collections, but the most popular venue is the Vinciano Refector, which is home to the Last Supper

Politics Are Off-Limits!

by Krystynn

Now, don't say I didn't warn you about the next subject:

Please don't get yourself embroiled in sticky political issues during dinner conversations just to impress that hot Italian hunk or lady friend/hosts. Worse still, in your ignorance, you uttered your open support to the North's claim to seperatism and devolution. This is a very sensitive issue as many people in Milan still want to remain part of the Republic.

Just keep quiet and talk about other mundane subjects like who's Monica Bellucci's new lover, or about the nice and not-so-nice experience you've encountered here on VT... or something like that. ;-)

Remember - politics is off-limit! Don't even touch on the subject of Mr Silvio Berlusconi during your dinner conversations. You are not an Italian and will probably never understand how they truly feel.

How come I know so much about such off-limits subjects, you wonder?

Let's just say that I've been extremely well-trained in this area by my Italian guru. ;-)

ATMOSFERA TRAMS

by draguza

Many restaurants have a fine view, but only a handful can provide a close-up view of all the major monuments in their city. One such unique experience can be had in Milan, the fashion and business capital of Northern Italy, where the local public transport company (ATM, short for Azienda Trasporti Milanesi) has launched exclusive moving restaurants set in some of the company's historic tram cars, each stylishly adapted with vintage furnishings and fine linen to accommodate up to 24 diners.

The tram-restaurant is called ATMosfera, combining the company's acronym with the idea of an 'atmospheric' setting, combining the magic of relaxed sightseeing by night, the sophistication of a vintage Orient Express-like setting and the pleasure of savouring excellent food and fine wine.

Hollywood Hype

by Flamegirl about Hollywood

Hollywood is one of the most famous "VIP" nightspots in Milan, but having been there a couple of times I was thoroughly unimpressed. In fact, its most appealing feature was the one-way mirror that allowed the girls to see into the gents' toilet, amusing only because there are a few poor sods unaware of this fact.

The nightclub is underground and quite small, so it gets very stuffy and sometimes claustrophobic. I wasn't fussed about the music, the cloakroom is 3 euros per item and they insist on a separate hanger for EVERY item (including scarves!!) and at 20 euros a head to enter, don't waste your money. Beautiful People welcome! dress up...

Arriving in Milan

by coceng

I arrived in Milan by train from Viareggio, a seaside town near Cinque Terre.
It was an amazing journey as the train passed through all 5 Cinque Terre towns with the utmost amazing train journey ever in my life !
Nevertheless, I was in only 1 Cinque Terre village : Corniglia.

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 Delta Linate Hotel

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Address: Via Emilia 2 A San Donato, , Milan, Lombardy 20097