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We had loud machine noises in our room on the 5th floor at night and it was impossible to sleep. So when we requested to switch room, the staff told us we can do that the next day. Okay so I guess we are suppose...More
We reserved a quadruple room, but the room assigned to us was too small for four adults. There were no side tables, no space for our personall things. Built in vanity tables is not enough for 4 people's things. No more space for our luggaes...More
This hotel is very poorly run. Hotel workers are rude and not responsive. Hotel is located in questionable part of town. Hotel looks outdated and needs major renovation. I would stay away from this hotel.
I booked on booking.com for the Thursday and arrived on Wednesday. There was no flexibility on moving the booking even though hotel practically empty. Beyond that good location, but dated decor and rooms but free wifi. Breakfast ok but coffee horrible. Would return if cheap...More
There is nothing bad I can really say about this hotel, but there is nothing to rave about either! The room wasn't huge by any stretch, but we weren't staying here for the room - I picked this hotel based on the location! Central train...More
Although Bicocca is a peripheral district, many visitors will find it appealing. The district is enveloped by the immense Parco Nord (North Park), one of the largest parks in Europe. Inside is the theater Arcimboldi, one of the most important contemporary theaters where concerts and shows are organized. In the same area, there is the University of Milan Bicocca, whose distinct architecture rivals a movie
set. Coffee shops, a multiplex and a shopping center are in the campus, along with the Fondazione Hangar Bicocca, one of the most famous museums of Contemporary Art.