Hotel Delle Nazioni
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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 lovely pool before bed.
TUESDAY: We had a fantastic day and really enjoyed our visit to Lake Como. It was definitely worth the drive and effort! What a truly beautiful place.
We set out early at 8.30 in the hope to beat the heat and get a car park near the funicular railway that takes you up a very steep gradient to lovely views at the top. We had a nice time wandering around at the top and David was very taken with an old old hotel ...
Thank you for all your comments about the blog but we haven't quite finished yet! Still about 24 hours before we'll be on our doorsteps, a whole city still to explore and at least one more blog post! We reached Milan ok and our air b n b host greeted us at the station and escorted us to her flat!! Showered and dressed we set out on our last evening out. We found the canal we had been informed had lots ...
Been very busy last couple of days - just had time to catch up and I am a few days behind. We drove up to the local car ferry in Trezzamo The ferry was quick, we drove on and sat on the top deck for 10 minutes. When we arrived in Bellagio we had a lovely relaxing look round and a little shopping trip. We sat in the Hotel Du Lac ...
... Then had 3.5 hours to waste! However across the square was the Castello Sforzesco, where we had a wander around this magnificent old castle.
Unfortunately there was so much dust in the air from the winds around that Neil and I were coughing and had grit in our eyes, which wasn't very pleasant. We walked through the castle to the Parco Sempione hoping to find a café open which we could sit inside but unfortunately they only had kiosks ...
... ages to get through immigration; especially when you land at the same time as a flight from China! Then we had an exorbitant taxi ride to the hotel to check in. Half an hour later we caught a bus back to Heathrow to catch the underground to London. It was Saturday night…………the underground was hideous! Where do all the people come from!
We finally made it to Victoria station which is *huge* and ...