Hotel Delle Nazioni
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Delle Nazioni Milan
Centrally located hotel with friendly stuff.
We paid GBP56 (hotels website) for one night at this hotel. Totally agree with what has been said about this hotel, great location and friendly stuff. We were given a room with two rooms (one double bed room and another with two single beds). The bathroom is quite old but in full working order and the shower was very powerful despite that we stayed on the top floor. The only disappointment was the buffet breakfast, not too much selections.
Great base for your Milan trip.
Having booked over the internet, I guess my expectations were quite low. What we found was a pleasant hotel located close to the Central Station, with helpful multi-lingual staff, a clean and adequate room with well stocked bar, and t.v. and shower/toilet etc all in working order. Breakfast was plentiful and the staff providing it were attentive and efficient. Having read on some websites that this hotel was poor, I thought this the only way to set the record straight. It was quiet at night, the streets outside were safe, and it was a good base to tour the city. Being close to the station it was also quick to get the inter-city trains for day trips, and the airport buses too, savings loads of money on cabs. So if you just want a good clean and friendly base to tour Milan, this could be it. The only bad point is that if you just want to pop out for a quick bag of sweets/crisps to nosh in your room, don't bother there are no supermarkets or anything pertaining to be within 6 blocks.
Very convenient. Very friendly staff.
This is a barebones but appealing business hotel. It's very convenient to the Central train station (and therefore the buses that service Malpensa) and with nearby metro stops that whisk you to the Duomo, etc. The rooms are clean if a bit on the old dormitory side. The location is very quiet. The staff is very helpful. If you are looking for relatively inexpensive (for Milan) accommodations, this is a suitable, safe choice.
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... the lunch hour began. The builders came in in hordes. Seated, supplied with bread and wine followed by pasta and then time to get back to work. We moved on and later found a great pizza place. Pizzas are good here (unlike Rome). We then followed Fabio's advice and caught the ferry into Como. We spent the afternoon walking about the main part of the city - lovely old buildings, huge Duomo (surprise!!), partially unfinished waterfront, shops ...
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Well from the outside of city there is a breathtaking view of the upper town but once you are in it I woudn't say the same. Still there is plenty to see wandering around the streets and lots of lovely churches to explore. But it's definitely not the best medieval town in Italy.
... On the way, we stopped and got some strawberry chocolate fondue because it was the Chocolate Festival that weekend in Bergamo. We took a little trolley up the side of the mountain (think the Pittsburgh Incline if you have been there). We walked the winding cobblestone streets until we found the main plaza. We went up into the Campanone (a bell tower), which overlooked the upper city and lower city along with ...
... city. The buildings get dirtier and dirtier as they get ever taller and taller. ... It's now 7.45 pm and we have had a lovely day. Alessandro picked us up front Milano Centrale and whisked us away to his favourite pizza shop. The pizza was the best I've had for a long time. It had a delicious thick base just like mum used to make and a superb flavour. I had a Margherita. He then brought us to his apartment about 10 minutes from the centre of Milan. He said ...
... uniformed military personnel, so we didn't feel like risking it. Plus, you couldn't take pictures unless you paid a 2€ fee. It would have been nice to see, but all the security measures were a little alarming to us, so we just appreciated it from the outside. Some major social unrest was taking place while we were there. The entire city was plastered with colorful signs announcing the "EXPO 2015", which after a quick search in Google, appears to be like the Olympics ...