Corso Di Porto Vittoria, 58
MILANO (MI)
Historic independent studies of the 1930s with design interiors in the center of Milan.

We love the idea that guests can enjoy our studios as a welcoming home in Milan.

Our two historic and independent apartments are over 100 years old and we have renovated them to offer modern comforts with a charming and glamorous atmosphere.

Nearby places of interest include Villa Necchi Campiglio, the Museo Del Novecento and the Galleria d'Arte Moderna.

The nearest airport is Milan Linate, 6 km from Monocase Milan.

Each apartment is equipped with an armored door, a safe, a kitchen, a microwave, a refrigerator, air conditioning, a coffee machine and a flat-screen smart TV and an iron.

There is a private bathroom with a bidet in both units, along with free toiletries and a hairdryer.

WiFi is free.

The apartments are located in Corso di Porta Vittoria n. 58, in the area called Milan Center which is bounded by the Spanish Walls built between 1548 and 1562, now almost completely destroyed, between the Rotonda della Besana and Villa Necchi Campiglio right in front of the Coin shopping center and near Piazza Cinque Giornate the MonoCase.

The two studios are on the ground floor of the building directly accessible from the courtyard.

From the case you will be able to reach the Duomo in 10 minutes on foot, Piazza San Babila in 10 minutes and from Duomo and San Babila you will be able to easily reach any area of ​​Milan by taking the red line of the M1 subway.

If you are in a hurry like all the Milanese, you will find the tram stop in front of your accommodation (lines 12, 27, 19) to reach the Duomo or Missori in a few stops.

To reach the Central Station it is possible to take the tram line number 9 from Piazza Cinque Giornate, also you can reach the Linate airport in 20 minutes by bus number 73.

Milano Centro is a great choice for travelers interested in food, restaurants and designer stores.

This area of ​​Milan is a favorite among our guests, based on independent reviews.
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