Hotel 1 Maggio
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel 1 Maggio Milan
The hotel was in the middle of nowhere, somewhere in some industrial zone. As we where excursion, it didnt really matter that much, but it was good thing that there where a little/no other people, so noone could complain about us making noise. The rooms are fine, very clean, the food in the restaurant was good, served hot, which is positive.
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