Half the rooms in this 19th-century building face a courtyard and the others a back garden; many have balconies and one ground-floor room has a private garden with table and chairs. A relaxed feeling prevails, and the neighborhood (the church that houses The Last Supper is a block away) is one of Milan's most desired and historic. The family that has run the hotel for 50 years has a special relationship with a car service that offers moderately priced airport pickups
and tours to nearby factory outlets.
Apr 26, 2004
The website of this hotel is completely misrepresents the service and rooms you end up getting. The only thing "antica" about the rooms is that they have not been updated in about 50 years.