BEST WESTERN Hotel Mirage
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN Hotel Mirage Milan
Great hotel. The neihbourhood isn't the best and it's a little off the city center. Tram stop right across the hotel was very useful.
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After our long trip from Chamonix we arrived pretty late in Milan. Even though our hotel was off the main circle we were able to spend that night near Duomo thanks to tram line 14. I can't even begin to explain how breathtaking Duomo is. It's truly one of the best churches I've ever seen and I'd strongly recommend you to see it at night. It's …
... have been inside. Alot of the clothes (especially in Versace) I wouldn't have if you paid me, gold **** everywhere, great big medusa heads on things like shiny sneakers. A bit too weird for my tastes, but again its all in the experience! I also got to that statue I mentioned earlier. Leonardo!! Nice stuff.
We wandered around the square a bit more, its actually similar in lots of ways to the San Marco Square in Venice. And of course I forgot to mention all ...
... kind of looks like stick figure with no head. Bellagio is in the ****** area - not a great analogy, but its late and I can't think of a better way to describe it).
Louise has been going on about this Hotel Belvedere that she and Darriel stayed at a few years back - although she couldn't remember where it was located (obviously no help for us this visit). Anyway - lo and behold, at the Bellagio ferry docks there is a sign to the Belvedere Hotel. Obviously we all had the ...
... beautiful ride, the two lakes and the towns that line their shores are all awesome! I was happy for Nathan and Tilly as well that they could experience what cycling in Italy should be like, instead of the busy, flat, sparse roads around Vighignolo we enjoyed sparkling, clear water and spectacular mountains. After the ride, we accepted the water's invitation and dove into the fresh, cool waters of Lago Maggiore. We swam along the shore line (to avoid the multitude of boats) and ...
... after 1 to 2 minutes (or what seemed an hour) I pressed the down button. I finally remembered that you need a card to go up, but not down. I rode the elevator down then walked the three (and a half) floors back to Deb.
Lesson learned, elevators are dangerous!
Just one correction, our room was 330. Don should have remembered it since that is my birthday.