Milan Hotel Recommendation

Old Apr 17th, 2019, 12:46 PM
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Milan Hotel Recommendation

Hello Fodorites,

We are heading to Milan and Bologna in October and will be spending probably just one night in Milan. Can you recommend a hotel that is centrally located, walking distance to sites (maybe this is not possible, I don't know Milan at all). We are in the $300 a night range I would say. Any recommendations would be appreciated. We will fly out of Malpensa but not sure that matters as we want to see the city.

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We are heading to Milan and Bologna in October and will be spending probably just one night in Milan. Can you recommend a hotel that is centrally located, walking distance to sites (maybe this is not possible, I don't know Milan at all). We are in the $300 a night range I would say.

We stayed at the Hotel Spadari el Duomo for 3 nights in May. Great location very close to the Duomo and public transportation. Good breakfast and great service Should be around $250 a night.
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“We are heading to Milan and Bologna in October and will be spending probably just one night in Milan. Can you recommend a hotel that is centrally located, walking distance to sites (maybe this is not possible, I don't know Milan at all). We are in the $300 a night range I would say”.

We stayed at the Hotel Spadari el Duomo for 3 nights in May. Great location very close to the Duomo and public transportation. Good breakfast and great service Should be around $250 a night.
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Thank you so much. I read the reviews for Hotel Spadari and booked it. It sounds perfect for us. Much appreciated.
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If if isn't too late, look at maitaitom's TR also--they loved their Milan place: We Still Didn’t Drink All The Vino: Mai Tai Tom’s 2018 Return To Italy
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We go to Milan a few times a year and always try to stay in the more residential part of the Brera district. Unfortunately, not a lot of hotel choices there, so we usually stay at either the Carlyle Brera Hotel, which is a solid and comfortable 4 star, though not high on charm: Carlyle Brera Hotel, Milan, Italy. Rooms or the Relais Brera B&B, staying in their largest room, the Dell Angelo suite. Milano Brera Relais | bed & breakfast , which does have charm.

From either, it's an easy walk to the Duomo through a great neighborhood. Lots of cafes, restaurants, etc. Well within your budget.
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