per ragioni di lavoro, mi sono trovato a soggiornare per alcuni giorni presso il b&b Ca' Bianca di Antonio e Bianca. Ho trovato un'accoglienza familiare e una struttura veramente ben pulita e curata in una zona tranquilla, ottimo rientro dopo una giornata di lavoro.
Senza ombra di dubbio il miglior appartamento in cui abbia soggiornato a Milano, dove vado 2 o 3 volte all’anno. Dal vivo ancor piu bello che nelle foto, dotato di ogni comfort, con la possibilità di farsi una colazione così ricca che nemmeno in certo alberghi si trova. Quando poi ho aperto l’armadio e ho trovato accappatoio e ciabatte mi sembrava incredibile… La posizione è ottima a due passi dalla metro fermata Porta Venezia. La sig.ra Michela è gentilissima
Abbiamo prenotato un weekend a Milano, anziché optare per un hotel, abbiamo optato per un appartamento. Tutto quello che può servire e ANCHE DI PIU', qui lo trovate. Abbiamo avuto un meraviglioso soggiorno in Kramer 33. Situato in una posizione perfetta per visitare Milano, pochi minuti a piedi da Duomo, metropolitana molto vicina. Proprietaria sempre disponibile. GRAZIE
Se had an amazing time at Alessandra's B&B: the room is sheer luxury, the hostess is helpful, efficient, kind and warm, the location best in town, central, lively at anytime and with all conforts at walking distance. You'll feel at ease in a very chic atmosphere. Highly recommended.
Viaggio a Milano per lavoro di 3 giorni, ho trovato un'accoglienza sopra le aspettative e dire che mi ritengo un po' esigente....bella camera con bagno interno, colazione curata ( accompagnata da una rosa) ubicazione pieno centro. È un indirizzo da conservare! Grazie ancora Fernanda per avermi fatto sentire a casa ..... e per le aspirine!!
We really enjoyed our stay at Bigatt B&B. The warm welcome, the help offered, the restaurant booked, the clean and colourful bed rooms, the delisious breakfast... and not to forget Laura, who speaks fluent English and likes to chat with her guests. We will definitively suggest this wonderful place to all our friends.
I stayed here with my two friends for a weekend break and we shared the triple room. It's very nicely decorated and they've given it a hotel finish - it is very clean. We only went for the breakfast on Saturday and it was fine, very minimal but not unlike breakfasts you get offered in Europe. I think us Brits like to have a full fry up though when we're on our holidays! My only complaint would be that there was no one there to meet us when we arrived on Friday and we were stood ringing the buzzer for ages. We were three females on our own in a city we didn't know and we started to worry but fortunately one of the neighbours was on her way out and guessed we staying in the Castaldi House. It turned out we had to go round the corner to a bar to pick up the keys and she showed us where that was. Thank goodness! But it would have been very helpful to have been given this information before we arrived.
We were four mature adults traveling Europe by train. When we got to MilanoBella we found a wonderful apartment with two seperate ensuite bedrooms. The facilty was less than one year old and the most comfortable place we stayed in Italy. We stayed here 3 nights, and were so pleased to find that the heat was still on during this unusually cold rainy April, every where else, in 4 star hotels, in Italy, we had been told that the heating was turned off on April 1st Martin and Sara are delightful and helpful with info about the area and city. Great breakfast, maybe could use some ham or cheese, as is usual in most of Europe. The beds are very comfortable and it was great to have the sitting /dining room for afternoon tea and snacks and use of the computer, even a nap on the sofa with the balcony doors open on one sunny morning. As you can see from their photos, everthing sparkles. We highly recommed Milano Bella, you will love staying there. Easy to use the subway and nice area to walk around and shop, not as expensive as town center. We hope to come back to Milano and stay with you again. From So. California
We travelled to Milan for exhibition in mid April 2012, we were totally 4 adults with my 6-months baby. We stayed in B&B Milano Bella and were served completely warm and comfortable. We were surprised when we arrived at the B&B, all the fittings and furnitures are cozy and warm. Even my baby girl took the first travel, she felt safe and comfortable during the stay. Everything there is well equipped and nothing I can complain (except the weather, hahaha.....) There is a supermarket, laundry and restaurants closely nearby and also you can do a lot of shoppings in only 2 minutes walk. Martin and Sara, the owner, are so nice and helpful. Martin provides a lot of useful information to us. We will remember all the happiness there. I will definitely stay in B&B Milano Bella when we travel to Milan again. Phyllis
We was deciding to go to the area around Milan for this summer, and we have no idea of where to stay so we start looking at the internet. With a lot of other offers we decided to go for Antica Corte Milanese, and what a god decision! We where arriving from the Malpensa airport by car, and if we where following the description for the driving we have no problems to find the place. When we was arriving, we was parking in this big courtyard and we where meet with friendliness and and good service! When entering the flat we find it to be in a rustic Italian style and offer what we have expected, with refridgerator, micro oven, cooking place with gas and a bathroom with a shover cabinet and toilet. Our children was very happy too play out in the courtyard with the children of the owners and other other visitors. When we want to buy some food, the supermarket was only 20 meters away, and if we want takeaway or to go to a resturant, we could find a lot of possible places too go only minutes away. If we want to go to Milan or some other place, the trainstation was about 5 minutes away, and it took about 15 minutes to the centro of Milan. This was also a perfect starting point for a trip up to the great lakes to. But the thing we will remember best is there friendliness and good service Kaare from Norway
Milano is a busy city with lots of people and much to see. But at the and of a busy tourist day it is very nice to rest somewhere quiet. Such a place is "antica corte milanese". If you come by car you better have a navigationsystem. But once you are in front of the big wooden gate, it will open and you can park your car easy and safe with all your belongings in the big courtyard inside. . They clean the rooms every other day and help you very friendly with everything. Beds are not soft and the bathrooms clean and well equiped. Garbage is seperated and the roof is covered with solarpanels. Our 2 year old boy could play safely in the courtyard and many times with one of the owners children. There is nothing to criticize except maybe moscitonets in front of the bedroomwindow would be good. Another highlight is the trainstation nearby (that you don't hear at night, 5 minutes walk). For 1,50 euro you can get every 30 minutes on a train to the center of Milano (15 minutes trainride). No need to take the car (horror). Trainriding is cheap in Italy. I went to the oldtimer rallye in Brescia for 4,10 euro, 1hour 15 minutes away from Milano. Even at rushhour we found a seat every time. No problem with the baby-carriage. We went also to Como by train. Cheap, fast and comfortable. Next to the entrance of "antica corte milanese" you'll find a supermarket with all you need for your own cooking or breakfast. Very good fruits, vegetables and fine cheese. In the other direction the street is closed for traffic and you'll find one of the best icecream shops ever with reasonable prices and a very good pizzeria and many shops and bars for the locals. Nice to be without tourists everywhere. We were there for a conference and extented the stay to a week and didn't regret it. May 2011. Mika Väisänen Sweden
Stayed for 2 nights in late september 2010, was expecting good things after reading various reviews from other sites, all complimenting the rooms' cleanliness and service. However: - The internet which we were promised did not work, even after phoning Elisabetta (landlady) the problem was not solved. - Only 1 out of the 3 rooms has private bathroom, the room in which we stayed was quite small; the twin beds had to be pushed together in order to fit, and there was only 1 bedside table. - Very little storage space, not suitable for longer stays - Breakfast is bad - only a cup of coffee and one croissant. The only good points are probably the location (close to metro) and the bathroom was modern (although make sure to bring own shower gel and toothpaste, these are not provided!).
Transformez votre chambre d’hôte ou votre B&B à Milan en vrai foyer, loin de chez vous
Située dans le cœur de la Lombardie, au nord de l’Italie, Milan est une ville de la mode, cosmopolite et qui déborde de culture et d’histoire. Faire du shopping à Milan attire les visiteurs de par le monde, mais la cité a plus à offrir encore entre ses vieilles bâtisses et ses nuits arrosées. Cette ville populaire a un hébergement pour toutes les bourses mais le mieux est de louer une chambre d’hôte.
Choses à faire à Milan, Italie
Milan est une ville fascinante et vous devez la découvrir à pied. La plupart des sites les plus connus sont proches les uns des autres ; Il y a une variété de musées et de galeries comme Pinacoteca di Brera, Bagatti Valsecchi et le Château Sforzesco qui abrite lui-même des musées. Milan possède également d’intéressantes églises et cathédrales comme le fameux Duomo, ou Santa Maria delle Grazie, qui héberge la “Dernière Cène” de Leonard de Vinci. C’est une attraction phare et est recommandée à tous, en prenant soin de réserver en ligne au moins 2 moins à l’avance. D’autres sites à Milan incluent la Tour Branca et la place Della Scala, où se trouve la fameuse statue de Leonard de Vinci ainsi que le théâtre La Scala où vous pourrez écouter un opus. Une des raisons principales pour laquelle les gens viennent ici, c’est le shopping. Milan est connu pour ses boutiques et magasins de toutes les marques de haute couture du monde. La Galerie Vittorio Emanuele est un centre commercial de haute qualité pour les dingues de vêtements de designers. La rue della Spiga offre des boutiques de haute classe également.
Milan est bien situé car à une courte distance seulement des plus beaux sites italiens, comme le Lac Como et le Lac Maggiore. Cet impressionnant lac au pied des Alpes peut être atteint en train et est l’occasion de prendre des photos incroyables et de faire du sport aquatique. Il ya énormément de sentiers à emprunter autour du lac. En hiver, c’est l’endroit idéal pour skier. La ville voisine de Milan est Monza ; elle est une visite importante et on peut y aller en train pour une journée. Les visiteurs peuvent alors y faire des courses de voiture car elle abrite le circuit Autodromo Nazionale, notamment utilisé lors du Grand Prix de Formula 1 Monza.
Climat à Milan, Italie
Milan est bénie d’un temps ensoleillé durant les mois d’été – parfait pour se promener dans la ville. Les températures estivales sont autour de 26°C. Les hivers sont frais et humides. Le meilleur moment pour aller en vacances à Milan est en automne ou au printemps pour un temps chaud sans les foules.
Voyager vers Milan, Italie
Milan a deux aéroports principaux, le Linate (LIN), à 7 km du centre-ville et le Malpensa (MLP), à 45 km. Les compagnies offrant des vols directs à bas prix partent depuis tout le Royaume-Uni et incluent EasyJet, Ryanair et BMI.