How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Babysitting service
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Bonola Hotel Milan
Travel Blogs from Milan
... 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 ...
WEDNESDAY 10 JUNE
Ahh the feeling of waking up with no alarm, nothing planned and nowhere to be.
We are still in the lovely Lake Como region, the day has started a little overcast, but its warm and we are in a hotel overlooking a lake. Its so freakin wonderful I have no words to describe this.
We went down to breakfast at the very civilised time of 8am, there was cereal, yoghurt, cold meats, eggs, pastries and breads and fruits. Lots to choose from. A jug ...
... breath, gazed across at the mountains and the towns beneath them. It was a spectacular day and we have been promised many more like it because often DDS go to Varese or Como for some open water swimming and riding in the mountains. I can't wait!!! On Monday we will commence our individualised training programs to prepare us for the first two big races of our Italian seasons: The Bardolino Triathlon (20th June) and the Segrate round of the Italian Grand Prix triathlon series (28th ...
... of rain – UGH!! And, we had to stand in line to buy tickets for admission to the cathedral. Approaching the entrance, we were greeted by young men in military uniforms who growled "open the bag" – GRRRR!! Then we were “wanded” – and we passed with flying colors.
The Milan Duomo takes first prize for oo-ing and ahh-ing – it is truly ...
... then you're in the wrong place. The shops are gleaming, with suited gentlemen waiting to open (and guard?) the door. Inside, the staff seem to outnumber the customers by about 4 to 1. Outside, we pass many shiny black Mercedes sedans with well dressed drivers awaiting the return of their passengers. Clearly another world to which we don't (and don't really want to) belong.......
In the evening we enjoy our last dinner in Italy---a Milanese specialty "risotto ...