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We stayed three nights at La Corte De Milan and were very pleased. It is a nice little Bed and Breakfast with rooms for about 20 people in total. The staff is very friendly and the rooms and facilities are clean. Breakfast consisted of cornflakes, toast, coffee and orange juice. Furthermore, La Corte de Milan is next to a Subway Station and a Hop On Hop Off Bus stop is nearby. The only thing we didn't like were the blankets which were thin - but that is usual in Italy.
The room was ugly and old,there were really cold but the heating didnt work - in the room was smth about 13degrees during the night. The breakfast was deficient - coffe machine didnot work,only toast,jam and nutela.
This bed and breakfast was very small with shared bathroom facilities. It was about 20-25min walk to the Duomo and main area in Milan from the Bed and Breakfast. It was very quiet as it was situated in its own court yard and away from the hustle and bustle.
I think it's nice because it's so small. Maybe this allows the staff to keep it very clean, for instance. I enjoied a lot the location in town in relation to my needs at the time. I liked also the fact that it's located in a small street, but at the same time it's very close to a large and crowded street like corso Buenos Aires. Very close to the underground too.
So pleased with this hostel! Close to my daughter and the train. Owner was very helpful. Breakfast was tasty. Enjoyed the sitting area near room. Clean, affordable and comfortable!!
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 41+
- (1 review)
Friendly and welcoming staff, central location.
GOOD - staff were lovely and helpful, free breakfast, location is good, we could leave our bags until we 5pm the day of checkout BAD - for a double room we got twin bed which was horrible, we fell down inbetween the beds at one point and mattress were vertical, the bathroom stunk (it seemed there was a problem with the drains), lots of noise from other guests arriving home at 5am
Very well located, the room was clean and very comfortable, the staff it was very nice and helpful
Really clean and nice hostel almost in the centre of Milano. We had there really nice time. The only thing which wasn't nice was, when the workers were repairing the stairs and the day after the windows at 8 o'clock. Very unpleasant arousal. Except of that, everything was perfect.
Staff was very helpful, location good (in between city center and main railway stations), breakfast OK, rooms just fine, clean, not very cheap though. Decoration was a little too basic. For instance: to have a mirror in the bedroom would be nice, just as curtains that aren't see-through, or hooks to put your clothes on in the bathroom.
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 31-40
- (1 review)
Would be fine except for AC issues in the summer. Our private room had no window, only a door that opened up into another courtyard, so it was not possible to leave it open at night. No outside air in the room means its ridiculously hot in August, even at night, and also like a tomb. There was an AC unit, but it didn't work, and only blew air in from outside. Still, that would have been ok, but they wanted to charge us 10 Euros/night just for that, which is crazy. I would skip it in the summer.
Mariagrazia was a fantastic host!! Definitely recommend to anyone! Very cozy and quaint and perfect!
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 18-24
- (1 review)
The aircondition was in our room, but we had to pay 10 euros for it. Otherwise was everything excellent!
The location of this hotel is great - just a few steps away from the Metro station. There are shops around and even a supermarket round the corner. Please note that while air-con is available, you will have to pay EUR10 to use it (especially in the high heat of summer). Otherwise, Mariagrazia was a wonderful host and extremely helpful and accommodating.
It was stinking hot in our room. 28 degrees at night, and all we had was a little fan that did nothing. We were so uncomfortable even with the window and room door open. Also, milan has a huge mosquito problem. Open your windows and you're going to get bitten, even though we sprayed ourselves thoroughly with repellant! Between the heat and the mosquitoes, we couldn't sleep. Pay a few euros more for a comfortable air-conditioned room that keeps the mozzies out. You won't regret it!
Nice hostel with friendly staff! Thanks :)
The building was nice but the room wasn't great. No air con, only a fan so it was boiling hot in the room as it was July. There wasn't a window to leave open, only a door leading to a courtyard with other rooms so it wasn't safe to have open for air. The bathrooms weren't great, they had a mouldy smell. Only one power point in the room so I had to unplug the fan to charge my phone. Probably wouldn't stay again.
The staff member was extremely helpful. The room was nice and location is handy.