Location, bed quality and an acceptable breakfast buffet at a competitive price makes this hotel a good value. It is a 14th-15th century monastery originally build together with the Santa Maria del Grazie church including the famous “Last Supper” da Vinci painting, but each business part is managed separately; the hotel rooms, conference halls, the exhibition halls, museum, church, the French Embassy and Institut Francais with more. The owners should understand how to enhance the entire ambience by improving the atmosphere within these ancient walls located in such an elegant area of Milan. Huge linen curtains are constantly down covering for the views towards the three beautiful courtyards; the rather equally beautiful and big back garden access is hidden and it has no chairs or benches to enjoy the fresh air and tranquillity of this location. The long ground floor wide corridors seems ignored and cold and it really is not far to understanding how exquisite it could be as the rest of Milan boosts from breath taking views and well restored Italian culture.
Tip: Make sure you pay a visit to the little "nunnery" in number 15 Corso Magenta, the same street, upon your 1,2 km walk towards the city center – voted the number one attraction in Milan and it is free.More
- Free Wifi
- Breakfast included