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Milan hotel near conference center

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I will be attending a meeting held at the Milan conference center (Lotto subway stop) and would greatly appreciate hotel advice. My husband will be coming with me. I have booked a hotel near the central train station, but cannot figure out how long it would take to get to the conference center from there. I do know I need to take one subway line, then transfer, but I can't figure out how long it would take. Can anyone tell me?

If the central train station is more than about 30 minutes from the hotel by subway, does anyone have a recommendation for a hotel closer to the conference center, either by subway or by walking? My ideal time to get to the conference center from the hotel would be 20 minutes or less; anything above 30 minutes is less desirable. Another requirement is that the hotel be close to a subway stop. I have spent a LOT of time online reading about various hotels, but can't find one that seems both reasonably priced and nice. I would like to spend less than 175 euros per night, if possible. The Hotel Melia looks like a good fit for my needs, but over my budget.
Thank you in advance for any help you can give me!

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