Klick Hotel is located opposite the Central Station of Milan: it is a hotel at the forefront of design for its taste: contemporary and streamlined.
Each room has a special window on the city.
Easy to find, in an area known for catering and hospitality, but unique.
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It is an Italian style hotel, despite the bamboo floor and the German health care equipments with all the effects which make the building one that can compete with international standards. Room service at any time, digital television, free internet, safe and minibar. Located on the seventh floor, offers spectacular views of the piazza Duca d'Aosta and the Alps. Shops and showrooms of high fashion and signature design can be easily reached within walking distance.
Very close to the station, convenient for bus connections to airports and to Yellow and Green metro lines. Central to all the monuments that make Milan the favorite tourist destination in the world. Two hundred meters from the bus stops with buses arriving every 10 minutes, leading to Malpensa, Linate and Orio al Serio.
Express Check-In/Check-Out, safe, Soundproofed Rooms, Heating, Luggage Storage, All Public and Private non-smoking spaces, Air conditioning, Designated Smoking Area, satellite TV, telephone.
Please note we have a 48-hour cancellation policy: no-show and late cancellations will be charged for the 1st night of stay
If cancelled up to 3 days before date of arrival, no fee will be charged.
In case of late cancellation (within the 3 days before the arrival) or in case of no show the first night will be charged.
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