Grand Duomo Hotel

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

Via San Raffaele 1, (currently closed for renovations), Milan, Lombardy, 20121, Italy
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Costs 66% less but rated 48% lower than other 5 star hotels

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  • Families0
  • Couples50
  • Solo100
  • Business16

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by donnaaceves

Hello, we will be arriving at the Milan Malpensa airport on Thurs. at 6:35 am. We are researching the best way to get to Stressa from the airport. Any suggestions?
Thanks for the help.

Re: transportation

by Billy16

Good morning Donna,

You will see from the link below that there is a bus from Malpensa to Stresa at 0730 from outside terminal 1 which takes 50mins and costs approx €7, the only downside is that it has to be booked at least 1 day in advance.

You could travel 50 mins into Milan Central station by bus and catch one of the regular trains to Stresa which take approx 1 hr 10mins.

Alternatively a taxi from the airport will cost approx €70 and will take you and up to 3 others directly to your hotel.



Travel Tips for Milan

Turn around its genitals!

by Mikebond

This bull is depicted in the coat of arms of Torino. You see that there is a hole on its genitals and may wonder why. Well, a tradition says that if you put your right heel on this hole and turn on yourself three times, this will bring you good luck. In the second photo you see my father do it (unwillingly).
Hundreds of tourists rotate around the bull's genitals every day, that is why the mosaic needs a lot of maintenance.

San Gottardo in Corte

by croisbeauty

Only the lovely apse and the even lovelier belltower are left of the church Pecorari was commissioned to build by Azzone Visconti between 1330 and 1336 for the court of the Visconti lords.
The tower is quite unusual. It starts out square-shaped, then becomes an octagon, and is topped with a cone cap.
The neo-Classical interior contains a fragment of a Crucifixtion scene frescoed by an unknown follower of the master Giotto, as well as other frescoes commissioned by the Visconti family from Tuscan masters whose style of painting already foreshadowed the new Renaissance manner, the seeds of which were planted during the early 14th centur by the great Giotto himself in faroff Tuscany.

Value for your money

by nomadig about Nannini

Nannini is one of the mid-level Italian fashion brands that has been expanding steadily all over the world. We visited their Milan shop on Corso Buenos Aires to spend some time and money for fashion accessories.

The store is for ladies only, and it focuses on bags and shoes. The store is not the very big, but fortunately there were several items worth purchasing with reasonable prices -- you don't pay for the name, but for the design and the quality of the items.

The service was very helpful, despite having a smallish English vocabulary. Fortunately, the ladies had enough persistence and willpower to carry us through the buying process using both English, Italy and hands.

Milan taxis

by tomerik

Taxis in Milan is a great way of getting around the city. The prices are quite low. For €10 you will get from one end of the city to another. Drivers expect a 10% tip.
It's worth the ride just to see the Milanese driving culture from a close range. Drivers are shouting, cursing, and pointing at each other. Fun experience.

Nice quiet place with table cloths

by JennysTravels about Ristorante Pizzeria Calabrone

I arrived into Milan around 9pm, after being checked in by the rudest woman on the planet I went in search of some pizza. I found like cute little place and set up shop for an hour or so. Pizza, Pizza, Pizza!!!

Belive it or not, after that large pizza I was still hungry. I enquired about dessert but being 7 Euro for a slice of cake I couldn't buy it. About 5 mintues later my waiter came by with a small plate of assorted sweets. Once that plate was polished off he brought me the largest square of Tiramisu!! Delighted and full I made my way back to sleep.


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 Grand Duomo Hotel

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Address: Via San Raffaele 1, (currently closed for renovations), Milan, Lombardy, 20121, Italy