Hotel Colombia

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Via R. Lepetit 15, Milan, Lombardy, 20124, Italy
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Milan Airport Services

by Zanite

Are there bath and shower facilities at the airport? Would be nice after a 16 hr flight to Italy, and waiting for a few hours for a connection.

Re: Milan Airport Services

by r13

Depends which airport....

Re: Milan Airport Services

by mccalpin

On the assumption that you mean Malpensa as the airport (I don't think there are any 16 hour flights to Linate or Orio al Serio, but I could be wrong), I don't think you will find what you are looking for at the airport. What you want is a "day hotel" or "albergo diurno", and there isn't one at Malpensa.

There are lounges at Malpensa, but the company (Club SEA) no longer has the one day rate that they used to have as a promotion; instead, they have gone back to the annual membership of 800 euro. See

I suppose you could try the hotels near the airport to see if any other them would sell you a room for less than the full day rate - for example, there is the First Hotel which is a short shuttle ride from the airport - see
Note that this hotel is a business class hotel, so if they do offer it (they website doesn't say - send them an email), it won't be cheap...


Travel Tips for Milan

walk through the Piazza del...

by JaumeBCN

walk through the Piazza del Duomo. You'll find there three of the most important monuments in town: the Cathedral, the Galleries Vittorio Emanuele II which connects to the Teatro alla Scala. Probably it's the painting 'Il Cenacolo' (1495-1497) painted by Leonardo Da Vinci and located at the church of Santa Maria delle Grazie. Maybe you'll find a long queue but it is well worth. Also it is interesting how the painting is being conserved and protected with a doors system which allows only a few visitors seeing the painting at the same time. Please remember that pictures cannot be made in order to preserve the painting.

Aperritivo !!!!


by BenFromParis

Aperritivo !!!!

Excellent idea. Everydays in lot of pubs between 6.30pm and 9.00pm. You buy your beer and you can take food on a table. It's absolutly free, very good and lot of differents things like salad, sausage, toasts, etc...

Stop off at any of the many...

by Star_Dust

Stop off at any of the many Cafes in the city, and have a CAPPUCINNO. It costs about 1,000 Liras less if you stand at the bar and have it. However, the approx. 3,000 Liras spent on the drink while sitting down is worth it! (that's still pretty cheap!) In Italy, they make designs with the froth. I have NOT been able to figure out how. I guess it will remain a mystery!

Specially for English & Italian Football Fans!

by Krystynn about The English Football Club

If you're a huge English Premier League (EPL) and Serie A fan, this is the coolest pub in town for you to unwind and rub shoulders with like-minded folks!

We've been regulars at this kewl pub especially on football fever afternoons like Saturday! There are giant screens screening Italian and English football matches. Needless to add, there are tons of football memorabilia all over this place.

Me? I usually sit together with ALL my Milan tifosi... and il mio ragazzo? He's banished to sit with all the Inter tifosi (cuz he's a huge Inter fan). :-(( That's the only time we don't agree on anything! Haha...

Hope to see you football fans in this pub on Saturday afternoons cuz that's where I'll be most of the time. Casual.

The Malpensa Express Train to Milan

by starship

Malpensa offers excellent and convenient transportation into Milan. Located on the lowest level of the airport, you will find the ticket office for the "Malpensa Express" train into the city. You can purchase a "biglietto" to Milan for 12 Euros roundtrip (2004 price). You must validate your ticket in the yellow-timestamp machine just outside of the ticket office before boarding your train and they will be checked on the train. The train has 2 seating areas--one downstairs and one up. They are both quite comfortable. Make your choice and then sit back and enjoy the ride!


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Address: Via R. Lepetit 15, Milan, Lombardy, 20124, Italy