Hotel Villa Malpensa

Via Don Andrea Sacconago 1, Vizzola Ticino, , Lombardy, 21010, Italy
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Good For Couples
  • Families61
  • Couples66
  • Solo62
  • Business50

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malpensa airport

by genebeans

Staying one night near the airport. Which hotel is best--First of Malpensa or Villa Malpensa in your opinion-

RE: malpensa airport

by Manara

I have been a couple of time at Villa Malpensa and liked it. I don't know about the other one.

RE: RE: malpensa airport

by genebeans

Thank you Manara-That is the way I feel as I have stayed at Malpensa many times but everyone is talking about the First Hotel and just thought I would ask.
By the way I was there in May and the old village of Vizzola Ticino is destroyed. What happened there?--Eugenio

RE: malpensa airport

by Manara

I don't know what happened to the village. I know thare are a few dilapidated houses near the hotel, but I have no idea of how the place was before, and when and why things have changed.

RE: RE: malpensa airport

by mccalpin

I have stayed at the First Hotel, and it was fine. It's a business class hotel in the middle of a very small village near Malpensa...not a destroyed village, but your recent queries about the other place made me wonder (not the same place as it turns out).

There's a hotel shuttle to/from the airport, there is a fine restaurant downstairs, there's the usual bar in the lobby, and the room was dry even during the pouring rain (this was in late 2002 when Milan got flooded) ;-)

For a one-night stand in order to be near Malpensa, it's fine...

Bill

RE: RE: malpensa airport

by genebeans

Hey Bill-Thanks-I run into you on many of the sites. Thanks for the response. I have stayed at the other place but was thinking of changing after reading about First Hotel Malpensa.. Thanks for your help--Gene

RE: malpensa airport

by ophiro

i stayed near the airport - in a hotel called airmotel.
i will search for the details

ophir

Travel Tips for Milan

Re-allocation of urban space

by Nemorino

Though Milan does have a long pedestrian zone in the city center (from the Cathedral to the Castle, almost), it still has a lot of scope for future re-allocation of urban spaces in other parts of the city. (Not that this seems to be a big priority so far.)

In the Via San Marco (first photo) there is adequate space that could easily be used for pedestrians, cyclists and trees, but in fact non-motorized human beings are squeezed into a narrow gap between rows of parked cars.

Second photo: Via Vitruvio, near the Central Station, is a typical Milan street with narrow sidewalks, no bicycle lanes, space-wasting on-street car parking and unnecessarily wide automobile lanes. At least they have tram tracks here, but the trams are liable to be blocked by cars during the rush hours.

Third photo: There are a few places in Milan where re-allocation of urban space has begun. Here in Corso Garibaldi they have recently made a limited traffic area by removing one of the two automobile lanes and using the space to widen the sidewalks.

Palazzo Anguissola

by Diana75

Palazzo Anguissola was built between 1829 and 1830 according to the plans of Carlo Felice Soave and Simone Cantoni.

The ground floor is made in granite and the adornments of the facade in Saltrio stone.

The inside is made in neo-classical style, while in the romantic garden can be still found antique fountains.

Palazzo Anguissola is accomodating today offices of the Italian Commercial Bank (Banca Commerciale Italiana).

Via Dante

by Diana75 about Clothes - not high fashion

Located in the heart of the city, from Piazza de Duomo to Castello Sforzesco, Via Dante is inevitably attracting the tourists willing to spend some money in Milan.

Similar to other shopping areas in Milan, the street has on both sides numerous shops, but also restaurants and coffeehouses, although big names are not present here.

Unlike Corso Vittorio Emanuele and even Via Torino, Via Dante is not necessarily focused on women and men clothes, thus many types of shops can be found here (e.g. home-made cosmetics and soaps or glasses shops).

But the ones who want to buy something from here have to be prepared for "tourist" prices.

Milano - Torino Train

by Jetgirly

I will be taking the train to and from Milano. I made my reservations on Monday for a Friday departure and Sunday return. On Friday I will be taking the Eurostar, which advertises itself as a big time saver, but in fact saves only ten minutes versus a regular inter-city train. The cost for Eurostar is €15 in second-class, the cost for inter-city is about €14.50... However, inter-regional trains take over two hours to reach Torino from Milan, are reservation-free and tend to have a less... classy... crowd. Avoid if possible, ESPECIALLY late at night when you are a woman alone!

It is best to make reservations when travelling on a busy train, this way you will definitely get a seat. In the morning trains are full of commuters, on long weekends they are full of families on holidays.

Always great...

by Marcor about Nabucco

We come to this restaurant everytime we stay in Milan. The food and service is always excellent. There is a lovely cosy vibe in the back of the restaurant, and the glass of Prosecco on arrival is always more than welcome. Favourite dishes are mixed grilled seafood, the salted fish and always leave space for the Apple pie desert...unbelievable.
The Rosso di Montalcino Nardi is a beautiful wine at €22.

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 Hotel Villa Malpensa

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Malpensa Hotel Vizzola Ticino

Address: Via Don Andrea Sacconago 1, Vizzola Ticino, , Lombardy, 21010, Italy