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Lovely staff, very accommodating and friendly. If you stay here, request a room in the back with a balcony overlooking the garden. Mine was in the front, very small, and there was no view and a lot of street noise (though the windows helped dampen the noise). Also, the room smelled of old cigarette smoke, which is the only reason I gave just 4 stars for cleanliness -- otherwise it was spotless. They have bikes you can rent for the day, and a decent breakfast and free wi-fi or use of a couple of computers in their lobby. The location is fine, close to bus lines to the station or to the center. There's a nice cafe a couple of blocks away where they have free wi-fi and don't mind if you sit all day and work -- Victory Cafe.
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For us hospitality is an age-old value, a precious tradition we have protected for many years and which has aroused the interest of many leading guidebooks.You can use the bar open 24 hours a day, relax in the entertainment room where you can read or watch TV and in summer enjoy breakfast in our pleasant interior garden. If you are in town for business, we have a conference room which seats 20 and can equipped as you need. If you are in town for pleasure, you can bring your cat or dog along, we welcome all pets. To make your stay more comfortable, if you come to Milan by car, our garage and guarded parking lot are available free of charge so even your car can relax!For Culture, we're just a few minutes from Università Statale, which is located in an old 15th century hospital (the facade on Via Perdono is worth seeing) and the Duomo is not to be missed. It is one of the largest Gothic cathedrals in the world and symbol of the city and has spectacular arches and play of spires and buttresses. From here head to nearby Teatro alla Scala, the temple of opera and classical music, famous throughout the world. You can also visit Teatro Ciak in the vicinity of the hotel (50 meters).And then a trip to Brera, one of the most elegant quarters of the city and with its Pinacoteca Nazionale, which is home to numerous masterpieces of Italian art: including Raphael's Marriage of the Virgin, Mantegna's Dead Christ, Piero della Francesca's Montefeltro Altarpiece and many others. A couple of metro stops will take you to Castello Sforzesco, the medieval castle of the Visconti and Sforza families. Don't forget to make reservations to visit the wonderful Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci in the Refectory of Santa Maria delle Grazie.Credit Card FacilitiesCheck in 12pmCheck out 11.30am
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