x The average starting price for a place to stay in Milan is £67 per night.
Via Grigna 21Outstanding 100%
scolastika I can't sing the praises of this place enough. It was a fantastic beginning and end to my holiday in Italy. The owner is incredibly friendly and welcoming and is happy to help with any queries you may have regarding what to do and how to get there. Without his help we would have got the wrong train to Lake Como because we didn't know which station to go to. The B&B is in a useful location close to one of the main metro stations and only a few stops away from the main sights, meaning you can pop back to get things/drop things off in just a few minutes. The rooms are large and nicely decorated with comfortable beds and plenty of place to put your things. The bathrooms are clean and accessible. The breakfast let it down slightly; but then, Italian breakfasts are not known for being fantastic. When you arrive, be sure to note that there is a lift to take you up to the B&B! We didn't realise this and lugged two heavy suitcases up two flights of stairs before the owner caught up with us. Overall, El Paso Milano is exactly where you want to be for your stay in Milan.
Via Mortara 2 corner Viale Gorizia 6Excellent 90%
Via Riccardo Lombardi 9/11Excellent 90%
Ripa di Porta Ticinese 71Excellent 90%
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