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Impolite staff, poor breakfast (only bad coffee and old croissant with butter) and room was dark, without heating (we were there in winter, so we were freezing in the night) and with smoke smell. The reality was different than photos on the website.
Just terrible. The building is old, quite dark and scary, including a smelly room and a very uncomfortable bed.
Plus, the staff were rude with us in every possible way. They offered breakfast but it was just coffee with old butter and bread...
Horrible. We were not expecting a luxurious accommodation for that price, but they are no better than a mediocre hostel. I wish I had consulted trip advisor before booking, I only checked the references on another site, where they had 8/10 - learn from our...More
3 stars because i consider it a 3 star hotel, I'm not sure how many stars It has anyway. The rooms at floors 2,3 are great, hot water, clean, drawer, closet, the metro station is 3 minutes walking. I didn't like the breakfast though, they...More
It was the worst nightmare! The hotel itself is just not horrible, the staff is so rude that made me feel even worse,
The room was so dark, furniture looked so old and not very clean. The room smells like public toilets. Main door was...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.