Looking for Milan hotel for one night May 1, 2022 following Village Italy tour. Any best kept secrets? Thanks.
I stayed in the Hotel Berna within walking distance of the Milano Centrale train station before my RS Best of Italy tour. Very reasonable price, clean and nice staff. They even emailed me on my birthday a few months after my stay there!
Well it's apparently not a secret anymore cause I was going to suggest Hotel Berna also. Love that place.
We stayed at Canova Hotel near the train station in summer of 2019.
I would have suggested the Berna, or its Dependence (like an annex across the street). Guess I'm not the first with that idea.
We stayed in the Hotel Lancaster in Milan following our Village Italy tour. It's in a quieter part of town, but may not suit if you're only staying one night. We stayed on about 4 nights, and loved every minute of it. if you have the time, I highly recommend spending more time in Milan.. I know it's not a favorite with Forum folk, but we loved it. Lots of museums, lots of lovely parks and walks.
The Lancaster was, as I recall, less expensive than the Berna and Garda, another hotel often recommended by RS readers, ranging from €69 to €99 per night, with a good breakfast. But again, if you're only staying one night, it probably wouldn't suit as well as a hotel near the station.
We enjoyed our stay at Antica Locanda Leonardo which is set in a garden. Quiet setting. A few minutes from Santa Maria fella Grazie and da Vinci’s “The Last Supper.”
Another vote for Hotel Berna.
Another vote for Hotel Antica Locanda. Stayed there for one night prior to the Best of Italy tour as we wanted to see da Vinci‘s The Last Supper. Perfect location, lovely garden and great breakfast.
We are all stayed in the Hotel Hampton Inn. Very clean and modern hotel. A real elegant feel. Rooms are very clean and modern. No options for smoking. Smoke free hotel. Rooms are spacious and comfortable. Internets a little slow and tv is lacking but overall a nice place to stay.