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  • Milano
  • 15 Jul. 202416 Jul. 2024
    15 Jul.16 Jul.
  • 1 room, 1 adult
  • 1 room, 1 guest

B&B Hotels in Milan, 13 hotels

Exploring Milan

Milan is Italy’s finance and fashion capital. Whether you’re visiting the capital city of Lombardy’s major attractions and places of interest or simply looking for a room in which to relax after a hard day’s work, B&B Hotels in Milan are always waiting to welcome you. Relax by taking an evocative walk along the Navigli waterways, climb up to the spires of the Cathedral for fantastic views of the city, or spend a few hours shopping in the quadrilatero della moda fashion district. Time flies in Milan and if you haven’t already planned your evenings, the time has come to enjoy one of the city’s local customs: the aperitif!

Where to book in Milan

With B&B Hotels in Milan you are spoilt for choice, with the possibility of staying in different areas of the city. If you are looking for a hotel in the heart of Milan, choose our B&B Hotel Milano Cenisio Garibaldi: well connected thanks to the M5 underground line, whose Cenisio stop is 50 meters from the hotel and, with a short tram ride, the Duomo can be reached in just 10 minutes. Do you prefer a hotel in the northernmost part of the city? The B&B Hotel Milano Sesto Marelli is the right choice for you and is only 200 m from the Marelli stop on the M1 underground. If you arrive in the city by train, we recommend the B&B Hotel Milano Central Station, just 200 meters from the Central Station. The B&B Hotel di Milano Sant'Ambrogio, on the other hand, projects you into the historical and cultural heart of the Lombard capital. Match or concert at the San Siro stadium? Our hotel with stadium view will be perfect for your event, choose the B&B Hotel Milano San Siro. In all B&B Hotels, you will find comfortable rooms tastefully furnished with private bathroom in the room, of various types and with the best comfort. In addition, you will find 200 Mega WiFi connection and LCD TV and free Sky channels. The air conditioning is self-adjusting in all rooms, to always have the temperature you like. Among the hotels in the city of Milan, the B&B Hotels are located in an excellent position to visit Milan, always close to public transport and with staff at the competent reception and always ready to give advice to guests on what to visit or which is the best restaurant for a romantic meeting or dinner with friends. Do you want to discover more points of interest and activities to do in Milan? In B&B Hotels is very simple, relax in your room, turn on the Smart TV and browse the dedicated sections you can discover the restaurants in the area and everything you need for a unique experience in Milan.

History and urbanism

Milan is a city where both past and present coexist alongside each other, as can be seen in the Arengario building which faces the gothic Cathedral. It was once known as the city of water on account of the rivers and waterways by which it was once crossed and it even had its own trading port. Nowadays it is possible to navigate some of the canals and explore picturesque itineraries and some lesser known locations. Are you searching for some good fortune? Go to the Victor Emanuel Gallery and look among the mosaics for the coat of arms depicting a bull. Tradition has it that if you step on the bull and spin around on it, the bull will bring good fortune.


During your visit to Milan do not miss a walk along the Navigli, the typical canals of the city, a little shopping in the famous fashion district or a walk in the center to admire the beauty of the Duomo and the vastness of the square of the same name, near the ancient Royal Palace, the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II and the Teatro alla Scala in Milan. Parco Sempione, inside the Castello Sforzesco, is the green lung of Milan where you can relax or enjoy one of the many recreational activities in the park. If you want to discover the oldest Milan, you can follow the path of Roman Milan that will take you to discover the archaeological sites that the city preserves. After a regenerating night of rest and a rich breakfast at your hotel in Milan, take a map from the reception (also in English), take advantage of free WiFi or Smart TV to find out about the buildings to see on the internet and set off to discover the city! If you arrive in the city early in the morning, you can make the most of the time available by leaving your suitcases at our luggage room. At the end of the day, you can go back to rest in your comfortable room with private bathroom and air conditioning.


Milan is a city to suit all tastes. Art lovers cannot miss out on a visit to the famous Pinacoteca di Brera (Brera Art Gallery), the prestigious collection of the Museo del Novecento (Museum of the 20th century) or the modern Triennale, a point of reference when it comes to exhibitions of art and design. Piazza Duomo is within walking distance of the Sforzesco Castle, a magnificent historical residence and awesome defensive stronghold. Something else also not to be missed is the Basilica of Santa Maria delle Grazie, where it is possible to admire Leonardo da Vinci’s ‘Last Supper’: The artist’s Cenacle remains one of the world’s most visited places of interest.


Don't miss the typical parties in Milan! The year begins with the Procession of the Magi on January 6th. Celebrate the Ambrosian Carnival: floats, colorful costumes and traditional masks until the Saturday after Shrove Tuesday! In April don't miss the Salone Internazionale del Mobile, the largest furniture fair in the world, and the Fiera dei Fiori, where florists display floral arrangements along the Naviglio Grande. The appointment is double with the Milan Fashion Week, in September/October and February/March of each year. If you are in Milan on December 7, don't miss the event for the patron saint of the city: Sant'Ambrogio. Then let yourself be captivated by the atmosphere of the great fair-market of "Oh Bej! Oh Bej" with handicrafts, food stands and Christmas gifts.