In order to fight any further diffusion of COVID-19
, people are advised to be very cautious when meeting others, even outdoor. A distance of a meter or so
must be kept - and a face mask
(better if surgical) worn - in case of any personal encounters.
Milan and Lombardy are still at risk, though bars, restaurants, shops and even museums are beginning to reopen starting from Wednesday, June 3
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to stay. If you can afford more, we also list more expensive
and de luxe
Situated halfway between FieraMilanoCity and the city center, it is housed in an old mansion converted into a hotel in 1969 and has undergone a makeover in the last few years. Don't expect loads of space, but it has all the features to make your stay comfortable. The 48 rooms and 3 suites, some of them overlooking a tiny garden with birch trees, are modernly furnished. There is a lovely Art Nouveau staircase. Bikes to rent, Internet point.
Via Lodovico Ariosto 22
[+39] 02 4817844
Corso Genova ***
An oasis of calm on a green side-street off the Navigli canals and just a stone's throw from the Roman San Lorenzo columns, where many bars and venues are located. Modern building and décor (just the lift happens to be out of service quite often), friendly staff. Ask for a room with a view (the Duomo). Restaurants, pizzerias and shopping within walking distance.
Via Conca del Naviglio 20
[+39] 02 58104141
Small, old-established hotel, very central but in a quiet street, halfway between the Duomo and the Castle and a stone's throw to the Piccolo Teatro. Good value for money rooms.
Via Rovello 3
[+39] 02 2020166
Close to the central railway station, the décor is modern and rooms have air conditioning. Colorful breakfast room and friendly reception.
Via Napo Torriani 14
Stazione Centrale district
[+39] 02 6690951
A pleasant villa, located in a quiet area within walking distance of FieraMilanoCity and handy for San Siro Stadium. Its bedrooms and most of the premises were recently renovated. Conference rooms available.
Viale Monte Rosa 90
[+39] 02 48012130
Just a handful of rooms for this quiet, family-run hotel overlooking a green square. Within walking distance to the underground (line 1 and 2) and handy to the Central Station.
Via Filippino Lippi 50
[+39] 02 2361208
Small - starting from the entrance which may make you doubt it's a hotel at all - it is specially recommended for cycling enthusiasts and other environment-friendly individuals: the hotel offers its guests free use of a bike to get about town (Corso Italia is in the restricted traffic area, very close to the Duomo).
Corso Italia 11/a
[+39] 02 72022260