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Hotel Cavour
4.4/5121 Reviews

Hotel Cavour

Brera Milan|0.45km from Brera Botanical Garden
If your looking for good value than seriously look elsewhere. We've been on a month trip to Italy and a week here has cost us more than a week in Naples, Rome, Lipari and all of those were 5 star hotels and MUCH nicer. Main issues: 1: They nickel and dime you for literally everything. Not only is the hotel extremely overpriced. Extremely small. Tiny bathroom. Extremely old, outdated rooms. Seriously I've stayed at 3 star hotels nicer and cheaper with more facilities than Hotel Cavour Milano. They wanted to charge us $120 Euros to book a taxi to the airport when a taxi from the airport to here last week cost us $27 Euros! Yes it's a hotel they need to make their margin. Yes there's booking fees. But 100 Euro?! Not to mention they charge $30 Euro to use the spa area even though they do not have a normal pool area and spa like every other hotel I've been to, and their spa area only has 1 steam room, 1 cold shower area and that's about it! Biggest waste of 30 Euros ever! 2: Staff friendliness. As soon as we arrived, we were not greeted. Every question you ask is met with the shortest abruptest minimal answer possible. Just yes, no. No explanation or details whatsoever. They really do not want to talk to you. You leave/enter the hotel, and they just look at you, no good day/evening or anything. I've never been to a motel where the staff do not greet you let alone a ”4 star” hotel. Not to mention the air conditioner is preset to turn off and lock itself to 23 whenever you leave the room so when you come back all sweaty and hot you have a nice hot room to greet you and have to manually adjust it and you cannot go below 21. Nickle and diming left, right, and center. Park Hyatt New York was less of a rip off and that was $1200 a night! Positives: 1: Room is well maintained and clean which is nice, but is that really a positive? Shouldn't that be expected? Towels and bathroom towels and toiletries were daily restocked which is more than I can say about the other hotels we stayed at in Rome and Naples, but again as above is that a positive or is that supposed to just be normal?
Hotel Milano Castello
4.5/5110 Reviews

Hotel Milano Castello

City Centre Milan|0.51km from Brera Botanical Garden
I recently stayed in Hotel Milano Castello ( 3 weeks ago) and I feel I must this nightmare of an experience. I booked this room fairly last minute and because of it was charged a ridiculous amount (paying 400+) for a hotel room that contained cheap paper-thin towels, little to no bedding, in an all-white room that looked something like holding cell. Nevertheless, this is not why I am writing the review. Apart from the fact that I was being ridiculously ripped off, I want to talk about how the hotel manager kicked me and my boyfriend out of the hotel at 4 in the morning, and tried to force his way into our hotel room (to do honestly I can't imagine what). On July, 29, 2022 we returned to the hotel at around 10 pm sitting in the lobby exchanging quiet conversation about our trip to Milan. Next thing we know the night concierge approaches us, almost seething demanding we explain if we had taken anything from the supply room?? My boyfriend and I looked at each other and then him, dumbfounded as to what in the world he's talking about. He starts trying to follow us to our room, trying to snatch our hotel key away, all the while but of us are trying to explain there must be a miss understanding, as we had nothing to do with missing hotel property–– we found out later another guest had stolen alcohol from the bar. He tried forcing his way into our room, to which my boyfriend objected, screaming at us ”Go f*** yourselves” completely unprovoked. Genuinely seemed as if this man was having a mental breakdown and we happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. He then tells us he's going to turn off the electricity in our room if we didn't leave within 30 minutes. At this point, its almost 2 in the morning and both of us have nowhere to go having assumed we would be staying in our reserved room. The concierge then tries charging us for non-existent items from the mini-bar which we hadn't consumed, and after 20 minutes of back and forth he decides he's not going to charge us for fake charges (what a relief?). After physically pushing us out of the hotel, insisting we must find somewhere else despite having already paid for this night at the hotel. I have never been reimbursed, never been contacted despite having attempted to contact them. In short, I can't believe a hotel with this reputation would allow a person as insane as this (flip-flop wearing) night manager to be apart of their staff.

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Reviews for Milan Hotels

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Palazzo Parigi Hotel & Grand Spa - Lhw
4.6/557 Reviews
The classic-style hotel is elegant and the rooms are not very comfortable, but they are quite comfortable. In particular, the choice of bed linen is better than that of a hotel of the same class! If you stay at this hotel, you must not miss the garden breakfast!
Bulgari Hotel Milano
4.6/563 Reviews
City Centre
The hotel is nice and comfortable, the service is very good and friendly, the food is delicious
Mandarin Oriental, Milan
4.6/569 Reviews
City Centre
Italians have a bad attitude and temper, and I don't know where this confidence comes from. However, the waiters of the Milan Mandarin Hotel are still trained according to global standards, which still makes the occupants very comfortable. Can be said to be worth the price. But don't expect anything higher.
Grand Hotel et de Milan - the Leading Hotels of the World
4.5/574 Reviews
City Centre
First of all, the hotel's environment and facilities are very good. It is the old house of the playwright Verdi, which has a European style. The front desk staff's attitude and standard are first-rate, and they are worthy of standing! Because I was in a hurry to buy a mask before I left, I asked many pharmacies along the way during the day when they were out of stock. In desperation, I went to the front desk of the hotel for help at night. Finally, I found one that was in stock. The uncle at the front desk told me the address of the pharmacy in detail and gave me a map. The gratitude is beyond words! Of course, the flaws are not covered. Two minor issues need to be mentioned. The quality of the kettle in the rooms is slightly lacking, and the breakfast is not rich enough. In addition, this hotel is perfect!
Hotel Milano Scala
4.4/5114 Reviews
City Centre
We really enjoyed our stay at The Scala hotel from the moment we arrived till the time we checked out. The staff was simply amazing!! Upon our arrival at that hotel, a darling receptionist named Greta greeted us. We had originally booked a superior double room so we asked Greta that we wanted to upgrade to a suite, she as well as her colleague Mathjs quickly accommodated us to a suite with a gorgeous view!! They were both very professional and very kind by going out of their way to help when we needed anything. I would like to mention another wonderful staff member, Rod; I had a reservation at a restaurant not far from the hotel, he literally escorted me so I don’t get lost as I’m not good with maps and directions😔 I mean I’ve never seen anything like this before. Hotel had good breakfast with beautiful live harpist playing which was very soothing, what a great addition. The Hotel is a great location within walking distance to the Duomo, the city center, not far from via Montenapoleone and of course the famous Teatro alla Scala.
Armani Hotel Milano
4.6/577 Reviews
City Centre
I really like the style of Armani Hotel, minimalist design concept, the room size is not very large, but the hotel in the center of Europe is basically like this, the location is excellent, eating and shopping to the attractions is very convenient, very recommended, breakfast is more expensive.

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