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Fast simple check in. All staff polite, friendly and helpful. Bar garden lovely area to relax in at any time of the day or evening. Rooms small but was all I required.buffet breakfast excellent with large variety to choose from. I liked that breakfast was...More
Arrived for a 2 night stay. We got to the hotel after midnight but we’re greeted warmly and were checked in within minutes. Room small but very clean.
We had breakfast outside in the lovely garden, good choice of food.
Staff were all very friendly...More
Location is very good, although I am sure the taxi driver took the long way around to get there. The reception area is spacious flowing into the breakfast room and bar area with plenty of little nooks to find your own space to chill out....More
We stayed here for three nights as part of a wider Italy trip. Hotel Sanpi is neither worth the money nor the four star rating it apparently has. It was distinctly the worst Italian hotel we experienced. That's not to say it's bad per se,...More
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Response from manager775, Direttore at Hotel Sanpi MilanoResponded 4 days ago
thank you for taking the time to write a review about our property on Tripadvisor.
We are sorry we fell short of your expectations. Anyway, we can understand the reason of your evaluation. During your Italian tour you stayed in Rome at the...More
Good hotel. Rooms functional but decent size, clean and comfortable. Staff excellent especially Christian behind the bar. About 20 min to 30 min walk to main tourist area but local metro station about 5 mins away. Good choice of local restaurants near to hotel but...More
Central Station represents a bridge towards the future. Impressive skyscrapers and new age buildings stretch the skyline with the majestic Unicredit Tower cutting through. Surrounding it are large towers that define Piazza Gae Aulenti, where the fountain and the Monumento Trombe leave one breathless. A famous building of the district is the Vertical Forest, where the innovative materials and trees planted on the
terraces are a unique mix of nature and man-made construction. In the district, there is the Monumental Cemetery, known for its antique tombs with sculptures portraying angels of commemorative scenes many will find touching.
Response from RandJStevenson | Reviewed this property |
Hi, we caught the train from Malpensa to Milano Centrale - there are very regular services and it is a lot cheaper than getting a taxi and more convenient than the bus. The station is easily accessible from the airport. A... More
Hi, we caught the train from Malpensa to Milano Centrale - there are very regular services and it is a lot cheaper than getting a taxi and more convenient than the bus. The station is easily accessible from the airport. A matter of a walk of a few hundred metres. You can then walk from Centrale to Sanpi - it is about 10 or 15 minutes walk - or you can get a taxi from Centrale to Sanpi - from memory it was about 15 euro. We have also in the past parked a hire car when staying at Sanpi - they have valet parking available and they use a local multistorey carpark - it is reasonably expensive from memory though and central Milan is not the easiest place to drive in. Hope this helps.
Well, not too far really. You can walk it in about 20 minutes. It's a straight line down Via Vittor Pisani then left onto Viale Tunisia, five block down to Via Lodovico Settala, then quick right onto Via Lazzaro Palazzi... More
Well, not too far really. You can walk it in about 20 minutes. It's a straight line down Via Vittor Pisani then left onto Viale Tunisia, five block down to Via Lodovico Settala, then quick right onto Via Lazzaro Palazzi and you're there. Sounds far but it is'nt at all.