The Hub Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Via Privata Polonia 10, Milan, 20157, Italy
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 23% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Couples78
  • Solo76
  • Business74

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Forum Posts

Traveling from Genova to Milan

by msafronova

my family will be travelling from Monaco to Genova by car in late March.
Than from Genova we need to get to Milan airport. My questions:
1. Would it be better to drop the car in Genova and use a train or bus to get to Milan?
2. Are there any interesting stopovers between Genova and Milan that we should explore?

Thank you very much for your help!

Re: Traveling from Genova to Milan

by mccalpin

Other things being equal, I'd keep the car all the way to Milan airport (assuming you are going to Milan Malpensa, the major international airport). Malpensa is an hour's bus ride from the main train station in Milan, so you would not only have the hassle of the train ride from Genova to Milan (with all your luggage), but then transferring you and your stuff to the bus (which is next to the station).

I am also thinking that an extra day on the car rental might even be cheaper than train and bus tickets for the family.

As for where to go, Torino (Turin) is about 100 miles (140 km) west of Milan and Malpensa is northwest of Milan, so from Torino to Malpensa, you wouldn't even go through Milan itself.

There are also a lot of other places even close to Malpensa, but of which I know little...


Travel Tips for Milan

If you like vintage and old...

by baserena

If you like vintage and old things there is a very famous market called 'Senigallia fair', where it is possible to find everything you could ever think, except food. It's just on Saturdays, all day long. If you think to go there, just be advised against bringing with you wallet, mobile or whatever of a certain value.

Milanese Cybercafes

by Krystynn

Suffering from withdrawal symptoms because you can't log in to VT?

Fear not! Here's a list of cybercafes that I obtained from the tourist promotion office. I hope this list is not outdated. Blame it on the Milano Tourist Office if it's outdated. ;-)

After Line Gay Club
Via Sammartini 25 (near the main train station), Tel: 39-02-6692130, open 19-2am.

Cafe' Atlantique
Viale Umbria

Clup Viaggi
Via Pascoli 55, Tel: 30-02-26687501, open Monday through Friday 9:30-13, 14:30-18:30, closed Saturday and Sunday.

Gallery Games
Via Santo Sisto, 5 (near the Duomo) Tel: 30-02-7200-4602, open 10-1am.

Internet Cafe
Corso Sempione 44, Milan

Jenner 68
Viale Jenner 68, Tel: 39-02-3322-6287, cafe, bar, can order directly from your PC, Hours: 10-2am daily, Price: 15,000 lire an hour.

Via Plinio 48, Tel: 39-02-29415413

Palazzo Sormani-Andreani (Biblioteca)

by Diana75

The main particularity of the beautiful Palazzo Sormani, headquarters of the municipal library today, is that the palace has not one but two stunning facades.

The second one is facing the back garden and it was designed by Benedetto Alfieri around 1750.

The palace was sold to Andreani family in 1783 and received new decorations in neoclassical style of French inspiration.

Live music

by Turska about Blues canal Irish pub

Some who have red more my tips might get surprzed,but we like blues.So we went here,when we heard good music and saw that there was Guinness served. ;) We sat outside and when I went in to toilet,I was surprised to see,that music came alive!We thought thereĀ“s a good cd plying.Two women sang on the stage.Place looked nice inside,not too modern and it was quite big.So it might be worth of visiting at winter,too.Sadly they closed soon after we came,we barely finished our pints.Some people left walking with pints or drinks in their hands.Wonder why they close,when place is full of people?
They had food also,but we had allready eaten,so we didnĀ“t look the menu. No dress code any kind


by Polly74

Reachin Milano by train is one of the most practical way as you will arrive directly in the city centre without having the problem to find a parking place.
The main railway station is Stazione Centrale, where almost all the train arrive. Then you have Milano Cadorna where you possibly arrive by taking the Malpensa Express, the train from Milano Malpensa Airport. In each railway station you find a subway station as well. This allows you to reach any part of Milan in a quick way.


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