I stayed three nights here. At first a little difficult to find, use its street number 61 to find it, don't even think of looking for something that resembles a hotel. Its rooms are surrounding a large open courtyard that the room windows overlook. The hotel is part of a convention center and every day we were there seemed to have an event taking place in the hotel corridrs.
The breakfast was reasonable but nothing warm offered, Room average size but very boring view as the courtyard is always empty.
A little concerned that its possible to walk into the hotel from the road, go up to your floor and get to your room door without passing anyone from the hotel. Room doors are secured with keys not cards and seemed secure enough. Heating seemed to be pretty useless but luckily I rarely feel that cold so its only a problem if it bothers you.
Wherever you are in the hotel you can feel the rumble of the trams vibrate the floors whenever they pass by. If you're a light sleeper they pass every ten minutes, but stop during the night hours.
Unique Quality: 30 seconds walk from one of the most famous paintings in the world, Leonardo da Vinci's Last Supper. One minute walk to the nearest tram stop on Line 16.
Directions: Across the street from the 'Last Supper'
Piazza Della Republica 17, Milan
Via Tommaso Grossi 1, Milan
Via Spadari, 11, Milan
Via Napo Torriani, 18, Milan
Latest Milan hotel reviews
We've found that other people looking for this hotel also know it by these names:
Address: Corso Magenta 61, Milan, Lombardy, 20123, Italy