A short walk from Porta Romana, the hotel is located on the site of one of Milan's historic industrial buildings.
The hotel is located 150m from the LODI T.I.B.B. Metro stop (line 3 – yellow), 4 km from Milan Central Station, 8km from Milan Linate airport and a couple of kilometres from the junction of the main motorways (A1 and A4).
ATM (Azienda Trasporti Milanese). There are four main methods of transport:
The surface transport network connects the entire city of Milan, the surrounding districts and part of the surrounding area in the Province. Both networks are integrated with the LeNORD and Trenitalia train networks. For more information: www.atm-mi.it.
Milano Centrale is the second largest and the second busiest Italian train station. The station is home to around 600 trains a day, two metro stations, the nearby Passante Ferroviario, a bus terminal for many bus and tram lines and shuttle buses to Milan Linate, Milan Malpensa and Orio al Serio-Bergamo airports. It is located in Piazza Duca d'Aosta, in the heart of the city centre. The other main stations in Milan are: Milano Porta Garibaldi and Milano Cadorna. For information on train travel visit www.trenitalia.it.
Manages 120 stations across 5 lines in the hinterland to the north of Milan and in the provinces of Milan, Varese, Como, Novara and Brescia. For more information: www.ferrovienord.it.
A primarily underground infrastructure that crosses the city of Milan from Northwest (Certosa and Bovisa) to Southeast (Rogoredo). The Passante Ferroviario functions just like the metro but over a larger area. For information: www.trenord.it.
The city airport of Milan. It has a wide range of national and international short and long haul flights. For information: www.milanolinate.eu.
- Radio Taxi 02 6969
- Taxi blu: 02 4040
- Autoradio Taxi 02 8585
Viale Isonzo, 14
20135 Milano, Italia