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A few months ago me and my 4 friends stayed at Hotel Romana Residence for 7 days.
The location is perfect as is near to the metro and also you can reach the center by foot in 10 minutes.
We had an exceptional breakfast with...More
Our trip in Milan was exceptionally great and this hotel played a major role in this. We were a group of friends that stayed in one of the suites which was very tidy, with ridiculously clean bedsheets and bathrooms. The suite was warm and felt...More
we checked in last july 8 to 11, 2017. The check in was fast and we like the hotel because it is near the metro. and the wifi is free. The room was spacious and i love the buffet breakfast in the hotel. for me...More
This is a so average 4* in a relatively good place close to the city center.
Breakfast is so boring and extremely expensive. You could eat much better breakfast everywhere in the city in max half price.
Strange not to replace rubbish bin daily also...More
We stayed here for 9 nights.....no worries at all! The metal shades were wonderful to black out the room. Our room faced the street...no worries! Breakfast was wonderful! Ask for espresso or cappuccino. They do need to change the shower curtains....a bit mildewed on the...More
US$108 - US$260 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#127 Luxury Hotel in Milan
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Response from terryhall | Reviewed this property |
We took the Malpensa Shuttle Bus outside of Terminal 2. It drops you off at the train station in Milan. From there the metro is one block away and we bought a 3 day metro pass inside the metro station at a tobacco... More
We took the Malpensa Shuttle Bus outside of Terminal 2. It drops you off at the train station in Milan. From there the metro is one block away and we bought a 3 day metro pass inside the metro station at a tobacco shop to avoid the long queue at the ticket machines. If I recall the price of the Shuttle Bus ticket was 10€ one way and 16€ for a round trip ticket back to the airport. From the Metro Station it's just a short ride on the "3" line to Crocetta station, very near the hotel. But with five people it may pay to invest in a taxi van to take you right to the hotel, as Jimbo 1909 says.