Jun 19, 2019 - Jun 20, 2019

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Where to Stay in Milan

The capital of Lombardy, Milan has a lot to offer the intrepid traveler – from the best in fashion and retail therapy to incredible art and architecture, the city has it all in abundance.

Getting around is fairly straightforward thanks to a public transport service that includes tram, bus and subway options, so even after you’ve shopped yourself out getting back to the hotel need not be expensive or a fight with the Milanese traffic. There are, however, numerous car rental options if you wanted to get out of the city and explore the Lombardy countryside.

Milan is made up of nine zones so where you stay will depend on what you want to see or do and how much time you may have.

Piazza Del Duomo Hotels

The glamorous heart of the city is the area around the famous Piazza Del Duomo, which is a great place to base yourself if time is of the essence and you don’t mind higher prices and being among throngs of visitors. Known as the centro storico, the area is perfect for luxury shopping and tourist attractions.

1. Park Hyatt Milano

A luxurious five-star hotel choice in the beating heart of Milan, the Park Hyatt enjoys close proximity to the nearby Piazza del Duomo and Teatro alla Scala, while the Cathedral of Milan and Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II are a short walk away. Featuring luxury fittings and modern amenities, the hotel also boasts a gym, a spa and top-class dining options.

2. Hotel Dei Cavalieri

Another luxury choice just 200m from the Duomo Square, the Dei Cavalieri is also extremely close to public transport links on the doorstep and features sumptuous rooms and furnishings ideal for a relaxing stay.

3. Hotel Galileo

A cheaper option just 400m from the Duomo, this welcoming hotel is also 600m from La Scala theater with tidy rooms, modern amenities, complimentary Wi-Fi and an American bar.

Navigli Hotels

If nightlife is more your scene, then the Navigli area is always a popular choice. To get around the city, you’ll need to rely more on public transport but it is a cool spot for partying Milanese-style in the original city center.

1. Hotel Magna Pars Suites

For a stay in the fashion and design district of Navigli, there are few more stylish options than the Hotel Magna Pars Suites Milano, a family-owned hotel located in a former perfume factory. As a result of a careful redesign, it is now an all-suite boutique property with a spa, roof deck, gym and sophisticated lounge bar.

2. Art Hotel Navigli

Close to street restaurants and public transport links, the hotel offers light and welcoming rooms with parking facilities available for those traveling by car.

3. Hotel Minerva

The Minerva is a three-star hotel offering a cheaper option of accommodation located in Navigli near the many canals, restaurants and bars and just a short walk from attractions such as Porta Genova and the Bocconi University. Public transport is also close by with metro, tram and bus stops all within 50m of the hotel.

To find more hotel accommodation choices in Milan, please click on our hotel search engine for a wide range of accommodation options to suit every budget.

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MariNew York City, New York State, USA

I lived in Milan for 9 month, is a wonderful city to explore. Is easy to get by and to find nice places to eat and shop.

Philip J Stevenson
Philip J StevensonWethersfield, Connecticut, USA

Milan is just as posh and fashionable as you have heard. I toured around Milano with a local to took me to a bunch of great places that happened to be local favorites, and we happened to be there during design week. If you want the best in high end fashion and to visit a city that has some history and sites, and great food, Milan is awesome.

Matthew Crompton
Matthew CromptonSydney, Australia

Milan hardly seems to get a thought in the minds of those planning a trip to Italy. The country's second city and business centre, it frequently gets overlooked in a nation particularly rich in wonderful cities, whether the monumental Roma, the gritty Napoli or the magical Venice. Still, Milan is a lovely metropolis in its own right -- fashionable and fabulous, with a superb cathedral, pretty parks, and a great medieval centre. For those travelling to the unparalleled Aosta Valley, Milan is also a natural point of entry to the continent.

Caroline Carlos
Caroline CarlosSan Jose, California, USA

Many people will tell you there isn't much to see in Milan and you won't need more than a couple of days. But I think it's one of those cities you have to be open to; and when you take the time to explore, you'll find you like it. Don't judge it as industrial - 60% of city was destroyed during WWII. On the exterior, it's a newer city, perhaps with seemingly less character than another Italian metropolis; but Milan's beauties are inside. It's a city of hidden gems - take the Scala, the pinacotecas, the Galleria, the churches, the libraries, the countless museums. Give it a chance. It may surprise you.


The least expensive month is August, with an average of AED 341 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Milan is April, with an average price of AED 581 per night.
The average price of a hotel in June last year was AED 415 per night. This is 10% less than the average nightly price of AED 459 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Milan, the expected average temperature in June is 22.5°C/72.4°F. The warmest month is typically July, which averages 30.5°C/86.9°F. The coolest month is January, with temperatures averaging -0.5°C/31.1°F.
The nearest airport to Milan is Milan Linate (LIN) (7.41km). Other nearby airports include: Milan Malpensa (41.28km) Milan Bergamo (45.90km) Lugano (63.73km)

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