We stayed three nights in mid-May 2013. The staff were friendly and helpful. Having read the reviews about noise on the street-facing rooms, we asked for a quiet one facing the garden and were given one, though warned that they were smaller with just queen-sized beds. That was right, and the room was rather dowdy, with two electric switches hanging loose from the wall, and the bathroom floor old and gruby, with cracked tiles and leaking shower screen. Definitely three star not four. But the buffet breakfast was fine and efficient, if not memorable. It's true that the hotel is well out of town, but its also true that the tram is easy to master and gets you to the Duomo in ten or twelve minutes. Buy a 24-hour or a 48-hour urban card from the machines in any metro station for unlimited tram and buse and metro travel for 4 or 8 Euros. We didn't sample the hotel dining, but there's a Michelin restaurant immediately across the street from the entrance (food just ok, and very pricey) and several cheap and cheerful Chinese restaurants nearby.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Leonardo Hotel Milan City Center provides 130 elegant designed rooms and makes you profit from excellent facilities and its perfect location between Corso Sempione and Porta Garibaldi. The fairground Fiera Milano and the Expo area can be reached in only 20 minutes. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hermitage Hotel Milan