Hotel Domenichino

Via Domenichino, 41, Milan, Lombardy, 20149, Italy
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Forum Posts

restaurant with live music

by platopiry

Hello!

I'm planning to propose to my girlfriend in Italy in June! I'm looking for a romantic restaurant with live band in Milan :)

Do you have any suggestion? I plan to propose to my gf after dinner and hope the band can play a song that she likes. Can spend around 200-300 euro for it.

Thank you very much! Grazie!

Plato

Re: restaurant with live music

by platopiry

Thanks for the reply pedmar!

This one looks quite special! I'll definitely send an email to them for more details. Hope they speak english : )

Re: restaurant with live music

by platopiry

btw has anyone heard of the Renoir Cafe?

http://www.renoircafe.it/

I google it and seems that it's a very romantic place! Is it good?

thanks!

Re: restaurant with live music

by fonta_giamma

ciao, this place is very romantic: "El Brellin" - http://www.brellin.com/
It is placed in a very typical part of the city called "Navigli" (there's a river, it seems to be in Venice but it's in the centre of the city). Contact them for your live music.
If you are interested in an easy way to visit the city go to:

http://xoomer.virgilio.it/insalute/travel%20-%20Milano.htm

for a photo-guide of Milan

Re: restaurant with live music

by platopiry

Sorry for my late reply. Just came back from Italy!

I finally found a nice restaurant next to the Grand Hotel Milan. It's called Dan Carlos (http://www.ristorantedoncarlos.it/). I told them my plan upfront and they were very helpful e.g. prepared flowers for me, let me customize the menu, played my song by CD (finally gave up the live music), etc. Their service was very good and professional and food was nice too.

The restaurant is not big but there were not many customers so we had quite a lot of privacy. Before the dessert I went to the washroom, indeed the waiter gave me the flowers and played the song for me, and I stepped out and propose! My gf was very touched and cried actually. It was a wonderful night!

Thank you very much for all your advice! I hope someone who wants to propose can read your replies too!

Cheers,
Plato

Travel Tips for Milan

The cathedral of Milano

by chancay

Beautiful!!!!!!!!! Impressing!!

Especially for girls: in summer don´t forget to bring some kind of sweater, something with long arms, even when it´s really hot. You can´t enter the churches and cathedrals with naked shoulders!!!!!!!!!!!!

Be careful when walking on the...

by Linky_Pinky

Be careful when walking on the pavement. We were walking along and were nearly mown down by a flash car that sent us running, parked on the pavement and out got two middle aged snobby ladies draped in some poor animals fur.

Additonal info. on Lake Orta...

by MVMT

Additonal info. on Lake Orta (Italian Piemont)
An apparently lonely little universe, an enchanted world held by the ancient walls of XVII century convent and bound for ages to the mysterious and fairytale-like Island of 'San Giulio'. You will sweetly spend Your time, enjoying the quiet beauty of the cosy Lake Orta, described by Balzac as a 'grey pearl' in the 'green casked' of the Piedmont hills.

A floodlit minaret rises out of the larch woods that run down to the shores of Lake Orta. Ornately carved in the islamic style, Villa Crespi is some sort of Knights' palace, the 19th-century folly of one Cristoforo Benigno Crespi. Crespi was a successful cotton trader whose business took him to Persia. Seduced by the charms of the orient, he built the villa of his dreams back home, filling it with richly carved, Moorish-style columns, capitals and archways, intricately patterned floors and frescoed ceilings. In the 1930s royalty and rich industrialists, poets and artists were entertained here.
Now, the villa has opened its doors as an exclusive hotel, restoring the rich interior colours and furnishing the luxurious bedrooms with four-poster beds and 19th-century paintings. For all this exoticism, the acclaimed cuisine is thoroughly Mediterranean and the wine list includes the best from Italy and France. Best spirits and cigars are available at the bar. Enjoy it!!

Location:

40 minutes from Milan Malpensa Airport - Follow motorway A26 to Lake Maggiore, direction Gravellona T. Exit at Arona, direction Borgomanero and then Lake Orta SS229. You will arrive to Orta san Giulio, Villa Crespi is on the left of the main cross road.

Villa Crespi
Address: Via G Fava 8/10
28016 Orta San Giulio
Italy
Tel: +39 0322 911902
Fax: +39 0322 911919

E-mail: villacrespi@tin.it

Milan fashion!!!

by mario_spring_83 about Old fashion cafe

Really a nice place...one of the most "trendy" in milan.
Great the international night on wensdayas but also on fridays and saturdays "life is on"...
Good for drinking something, chatting and dancing.
Have fun! don't go wearing runnings and shorts...

The Metro

by Rixie

The Metro is a good, reliable way to get around Milano. There are only three main lines, the red, green, and yellow, so it's hard to get lost.

Buy a day pass for 3 euros from a ticket machine - there don't seem to be ticket offices anymore - and explore the city. You need your ticket to get into the station but not to get out...the reverse of metros I've used in other places.

To find a station, look for the Milan Metro symbol: a white "M" on a red square.

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 Hotel Domenichino

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Domenichino Hotel Milan

Address: Via Domenichino, 41, Milan, Lombardy, 20149, Italy