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Reviewed 1 December 2011

Overall: Good. And the clerk who was present at both our check-in and check-out was the most helpful chap imaginable. That may vary, of course -- there were at least 4 other clerks who were present at different times.
Check-in: Standard hotel check-in
Language: Italian. Our clerk had a decent grasp of English too. I don't know if the other clerks do too.
Space/decor: Surprisingly spacious. We had asked for a double, but were given a triple which meant we had an extra bed where we could spread out stuff.
Noise: We were in the back, but there was still way too much street noise early in the morning. I recommend keeping the windows closed and the ventilation on. It was fine like that. And we didn't hear anything from the hall.
Comfort: The bed was fine although it was 2 singles pushed together, not a double.
Cleanliness: excellent
Heat/ac: Both available.
Internet/TV: WiFi costs extra (not too unreasonable). We found the signal very weak in our room: sometimes we could receive, sometimes not. There was a TV. The room did not have nearly enough electrical outlets for the modern gadget owner.
Breakfast: 7 euros per person -- too much I thought so we didn't try it
Parking: unknown. We used public transport.
Distance to attractions: You'll need the tram to get downtown. I recommend #16 -- we got off at the Crocette Metro station and took the Metro from there. That was much faster than the #12 all the way in. If you load your GPS with the public transport routes, you'll have a really easy time. If you're a paper person, you may want to trace the tram routes on to your map. I found routes 2 & 3 (Duomo - Navigli/canal district) and 12,16 & 27 (Duomo - Hotel) useful. Brera is also a super area, but it is easy to walk there from the Duomo so you don't really need the trams for that.

Stayed: September 2011, travelled as a couple
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