Hotel Romana Residence
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... to the hairs on my arms. I calmed a little when I worked out they weren't alive just some bits from plants that appeared to be superglued to me. Took a while to get them off me. There followed a surprisingly long period of walking along while my little brain thought out that if I had been walking in shorts through plants that managed to stick bits to my arms then maybe, just maybe, I might have some bits on my legs ...
... town and big screens projecting news about the shows. Charlene wowed the crowd with the Kohls Collection and I was rocking the "House of Levi's ". We actually saw a Levi's store and saw my same jeans for 102 Euros. Who knew I was such a fashionista? We had a nice Milanese dinner and ready for Lake Cuomo tomorrow. Favorite food: Osso buco and saffron risotto (specialties of ...
... this is Milan and it's too chilled out to be bothered about the unending Graffiti.
We agree that we'll sit down at the first cafe we find as we dont want to get lost again....so the first thing we do is walk past the first cafe we see...saying it's a bit posh or something and then walk past another 20 or so cafes...net result, yes we get lost again. so spend another hour trying to get back ...
... called the cheese). The third plate was a couple of deep fried thingies and what turned out to be a jet black olive paste on toast. The gnocci came with a garnish of tiny basil leaves, whole, not cut up. I think the basil must be treated with a growth regulator to get such a mass of tiny leaves. An interesting idea horticulturally.
After rolling back down the hill and retracing the funicular to Como it was off to ...
... it. It took quite a while to calm her down. We walked around the Duomo, Lit a candle, and had tea outside with Mums new shawl to ward off the drafts. We had Pizza for tea which probably wasn't a great choice but the options are fairly limited
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Romana Residence Milan
Il personale di quest'hotel è riuscito nella difficile impresa di combinare una gestione impeccabile e professionale con un servizio cordiale e tagliato su misura per ogni singolo cliente. Le operazioni di "check in" e "check out" sono state molto veloci e la camera (avevamo prenotato una suite) era spaziosa ed elegante e aveva i soffitti alti. Nonostante sia situato su una strada di grande traffico, a circa 10 minuti dal Duomo, l'hotel è molto tranquillo; inoltre, è vicino all'efficiente metropolitana milanese. La colazione inclusa nel prezzo è fenomenale. L'unico problema è il fatto che non sia disponibile la connessione Internet. Il personale ci ha detto che l'hotel ha avuto qualche problema con il provider, persino il Business Center era chiuso. Ovviamente ci ho creduto, ma questo era un inconveniente non da poco, se volete andare ad alloggiare al Romana Residence controllate prima che le cose siano state sistemate. A parte questo, siamo rimasti molto soddisfatti e torneremmo volentieri in quest'hotel.
Good but bad soundproof
Very good hotel and useful staff. Breakfast is good but we had a better one at the UNO MEDITERRANNEO, few minutes south. Rooms is big, much bigger than you will have in Europe in general. UNO's rooms are very european... which means so small!
I would not hesitate to take ROMANO another time and the rate was so cheap through Expedia: 100$US all included (taxes and breakfast)... of course it was low season.
Romana Residence in Milan provided the perfect balance between location, affordability, and room for my family of 4. This small hotel is in the heart of the El Duomo area which is perfect for taking in the great cathedrals, museums, and shopping of Milan. The suite is roomy enough for 4 who need space with a bedroom, bedroom/kitchenette, and 2 baths!
Really professional hotel
This hotel manages the unusual feat of being smoothly and professionally run yet retaining a personal and friendly touch. Checkin and checkout were utlra smooth and the room (we had booked a suite) was spacious and elegant with high ceilings. It is situated on a busy street about 10 minutes walk from the Duomo but the hotel itself is quiet; it is also close to Milan's efficient subway. There is a great breakfast included in the price.
One disappointment was the lack of Internet. According to the staff, their provider had let them down and not even the Business Center was open. I believed them but it was a major incovenience and prospective guests should double check ahead of time. That apart, it was a very satisfying stay and we would do it again.
We spent a 3 night weekend at the Romana Residence and it the location was really good. During the days we walked everywhere. The Hotel itself was fine we booked a junior suite it was good to have a fridge and cooker that you could make a tea or coffee. The room was clean but dated. The weather was unusually warm for the time of year and our bedroom was very hot as the air con was turned off this did make it uncomfortable. However there was no noise which was great. The breakfast was poor if you were not into cheese and cold meat there was only cold boiled eggs!
Great stay at Romana Residence
We had wonderful experience at this hotel!
The check in was very quick and upon arrival, we were offered juice and cookies.
The room itself had a four post bed and had a separate sitting area. It was certainly bigger than I expected for such price.
The location was great, as it was within 10 minutes walk to the Duoma. I would certainly recommend staying here.
Breakfast was great!
The hotel is very centrally located, you can reach the main attractions by foot.