Gonzaga Hotel Milan (Milan)

Gonzaga Hotel Milan (Milan)
Gonzaga Hotel Milan

country: Italy, city: Milan (City Centre: Central Station)

Gonzaga Hotel Milan Gonzaga Hotel MilanOffering elegant atmosphere and quality services makes this property one of the most beautiful hotels of Milan in its category, which is adjusted fully and completely to the needs of the guests, in order to guarantee satisfaction and comfort on highest level.

Enjoying an outstanding position, the Gonzaga Hotel is just 50 metres from the main railway station as well as the metropolitan. The hotel is also just 4 kilometres from the city centre and 52 kilometres away from the airport.

The hotel offers comfortable guestrooms that are facilitated with all modern conveniences that a discerning traveller would expect from a hotel of this category.

No information available at this time.

At leisure, guests can enjoy a shopping spree at the famous purchase miles such as the Corso Buenos Aires, the Via Montenapoleone and the Via della Spiga or explore the city attractions.

Hotel Facilities:Room Facilities:
Air conditioning
Cable / Satellite TV
In-room safe
Internet access
Mini bar
Private bathroom / Ensuite

Extra Information:

  • 4 km to the City Centre

  • 52 km to the Airport

Via Vitruvio 43
20124 Milan

International hotels. — Academic. 2010.

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