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The charming and extremely comfortable Hotel Minerva Milan is perfect for business travellers and tourists alike. The Minerva Hotel Milan enjoys an ideal location – close to both the business centre and the traditional tourist hotspots. In fact, the name of the area is “Cerchia dei Navigli” or “the Shipping Area” – curious, as you'd be hard pressed to locate the sea from anywhere in Milan. However this remains one of the more interesting and atmospheric regions of the city. The area is teeming with life and as a result contains a great variety of restaurants, wine bars and nightclubs. The Mine...More details
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Good but not brilliant
Reviewed 7 june, 2019
night trains could be heard throughout the night. Dont bother booking breakfast inclusive as selection is extremely poor and it is much cheaper to eat out in a cafe or restaurant and have a proper fresh breakfast for similar or less price elsewhere. room ok for the PRICE.
You get what you give I suppose
Reviewed 1 january, 2019
I slept here for one night because of work. The position is the only positive aspect I’d say. But hey, I suppose the budget and the characteristics match, so I wouldn’t go on with details. The only thing that I found really unbearable: the windows. They wouldn’t close properly and the cold air came inside the room...
Does the job for the solo male traveller
Reviewed 23 october, 2018
I stayed here for a few nights on business after my colleague booked it, so I did not see the reviews on this site. You should skim a selection before deciding. There are many pros to this place. The location is fantastic. It is near a subway station, and the canal area two blocks over is a lively nightlife spot - we spent every evening there. It is a straight, easy walk to most of the main sightseeing spots. The nearby Sacred Heart Catholic university is worth checking out on its own. If you want to use the trams, they run right outside. The room is basic, a bit dark, but the shower worked fine. The cons? My colleague complained about the noise of the trams, but I had earplugs so it did not bother me. The rooms are small and need updated, but open the shutters and the gloom disappears. Breakfast is a slightly dark, dismal affair. A very limited selection. The staff don't speak much English, which is fine as not may British hotels have Italian-speaking staff, but it can mean some travellers mistake lack of linguistic proficiency for 'rudeness.' Any request I had I could communicate. I'd go back to the location, but perhaps try another hotel next time.
A decent hotel in a great location
Reviewed 19 september, 2018
I would recommend for anyone on a budget looking for somewhere with loads of bars restaurants and easy access to the city centre. We were 6 males aged from 30 something to 70 something on a weekend for football and drinking with a bit of tourism thrown and it suited us down to the ground. Warm welcome when we arrived and they made a special effort to get all 6 rooms ready by 1.00pm. Breakfast is limited to continental but enough choice and good coffee. Rooms were a bit varied but all clean and housekeeping worked. I had to raise an issue about air-con and it was fixed on my return to the room. Would happily go back there again.
Budget hotel at Navigli
Reviewed 4 september, 2018
A small hotel opposite Porta Genova train station, a few meters away from the metro stop. It is good for a short, budget stay. Small room, however the bed is comfortable. The small fridge was unplugged and I didn't bother, as I needed the plug for my laptop. There is also a safe and a wardrobe. Breakfast is basic but not bad. Staff is polite. Room door opens with key (not card) which you have to leave at the reception whenever you go out. The hotel is at walking distance with Naviglio Grande and the restaurants and shops of the area. I would recommend it to anyone who wants to be at Navigli area at a low budget.