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I visited this hotel on 29th January until 1st February. The hotel is great only stayed in it to sleep. The only downside is that its not close to many restaurants that are open past 9pm. If your wanting somewhere a little more lively I'd...More
Stayed at Double Tree by Hilton for a long weekend with my best friend last week and it was incredible! Front desk staff - Fede, Silvia and the 2 other chaps (sorry can't recall their names) are all smiles and so accomodating - as a...More
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Response from DTMilan, Responsabile reception at Doubletree by Hilton MilanResponded 16 August 2017
thank you very much for your flattering review. It's always nice to receive compliments for the works done. As I can understand the staff has been up to your expectation.
Hope to see you again in our Doubletree!
Wish you a nice summer...More
I arrived late and the staff was very welcoming. I however had not understood that the kitchen was closed after 11pm. Having said that the staff proposed to order a pizza outside. They are always very helpful.
The room was nice and big. Bathroom was...More
The hotel is very nice. Check in was easy and the staff were very pleasant. The reception staff spoke good English and were helpful. My brother forgot his toothbrush and asked at reception if there was somewhere to buy one. The hotel supplied a toothbrush...More
The staff were excellent. They spoke English and provided excellent advice on where to go for food etc. You can buy tram tickets for the number 1 team which takes you into town after a 2 minute walk. The hotel room was very good and...More
Would anyone know how easily one can get to the Rho Fiera Exhibition Centre from the Hotel. Additionally is one always reliant on the Hotel shuttle or can one walk to public transport, shops, restaurants etc? Thank you.
There are 3 ways - public transportation via Malpensa bus shuttle (cheapest), by train and thru a private driver direct transfer (expensive option). We took the public shuttle - return tickets bought directly from the plane... More
There are 3 ways - public transportation via Malpensa bus shuttle (cheapest), by train and thru a private driver direct transfer (expensive option). We took the public shuttle - return tickets bought directly from the plane (€10-12 if I recall) which was about 30-45mins from the airport to central Milan but not direct to the hotel I’m afraid. From there we have to take a taxi which is around 20-30mins drive (€12-€15). On the way back we arranged with Double Tree for their free hotel shuttle but only up to the shuttle stop. I would suggest get in touch with the them directly to ask if they are able to organise transfer for you? Hope this helps, have a great trip!