Comfortable and quiet, newly renovated little studio with brand new furniture, perfect for two people, sleeps up to 4.
Queen size bed in loft, plus double/full sofa sleeper on main floor, ship-shape kitchenette, bathroom with shower.
Amenities include: A/C, (flat screen) TV, microwave, fridge.
The apartment is located a few steps away from stores, supermarkets, drugstores and numerous neighborhood shops & restaurants. Convenient to public transportation, in a safe and vivacious neighborhood.
200 meters from Sempione Park (Arco della Pace), 400 meters from Brera District, Corso Como and the fashion district. City center at a walking distance
If you need it I made a convenient deal with a paying parking in the nearby
The studio is clean and well equipped. Erika is a very friendly and thoughtful person, always trying to make your stay comfortable. Lack of wifi is a bit annoying but I recommend this apartment to anyone looking for a well-communicated place close to the city center.
Appartement très fonctionnel et agréable! On s'y sent comme dans un petit cocon. Il est très bien situé (dans Chinatown) pour visiter Milan à pieds. Erika a été très accueillante et nous a indiqué des bons plans dans le quartier.
Sono stata a Milano per un evento realizzato da alcuni amici e l'appartamento di Erika è stato comodissimo da ogni punto di vista. Erika è una persona estremamente gentile e disponibile con i suoi ospiti e l'appartamento, nonostante sia piccolino ha ogni comfort.
Assolutamente da tenere tra i preferiti per ogni viaggio a Milano!
Erika is a nice person and do anything so that your stay it goes as good as possible, she is of very good advice concerning beautiful place where to eat in the district, in other words, an excellent stay. :-)
Apartment was cosey but well located in a nice neighbourhood within walking distance of central Milan. We felt safe walking around the neighborhood and to and from the city each night. We also found a friendly little cafe that made us feel welcome and provided a nice environment to enjoy a daily coffee and bite. Erika very friendly and provided some great advice on the local area and was also very responsive to the few queries we had during our stay. We would definitely recommend the apartment to singles or couples visiting Milan.
Erika was very easy to communicate with & tried hard to accommodate our arrival plans although she had an appointment to work around. (We had not provided her with a definite arrival time). The studio was a great size for two people & was very clean. It was within walking distance to the centre of town & the neighbourhood was the Chinatown area. We did have trouble trying to get the stove to work - we didn't succeed, the TV had no channels tuned in & we ran out of hot water. Overall though, a great little flat. I'd happily recommend staying here. Thanks Erika!
Erika is a great host, she provide us some very good tips about the city. The apartment is exactly as in the pictures, very clean and comfortable.
We had a little problem with the pots and pans, some of them were not "compatible" with the induction stove... but as I mentiones it was a minor problem, I would recommend this apartment to anyone for sure.
This is small, but comfortable apartment not far from center of Milan. There was everything you need to stay a few days. Apartment is located in Chinese district, there are a lot of Chinese restaurant and shops around. This quite and safety place to stay. Everything is excellent! Thank you!
I think we had bad luck with this apartment. Let me start with the positives. It's in a great location. Walking distance to a lot of stations and sites. Very safe neighborhood. Clean apartment.
Now for the negatives. We finally got the stove to turn off. Then we went and bought beef and eggs to fry only to find out the stove is flawed. It only heated up on one corner. It took 40 to cook a thin cut and it was horrible. We couldn't even fry an egg...that's how bad it was.
Then to top it off...the hot water ran out in literally 3 minutes!!! It was my boyfriend and I and we had to take cold showers.
Last but not least...the power went out on us. So you can't have the ac running with everything else on at the same time. I guess this is to be expected in Europe since buildings are older.
Erika was lovely and walked with me around the area while the place was being cleaned up, and showed me some restaurants, bars and supermarkets (there are two Carrefour close by).
Corsa Como isn't far, and there are some very good Italian (and Asian) restaurants in the surrounding streets (we enjoyed Trattoria Ottimofiore and Osteria del Gambero Rossomore).
The flat was clean and modern. The air conditioning worked great. The space is limited but it suited us fine. It would have been perfect to have Internet but we managed to find Wi-Fi at McDonald's (apparently you can register to use a public Wi-Fi network in Milan but we never got around to it).
There are two train stations nearby. We walked to Porta Garibaldi every day to get to the race track in Monza (the connection is better there than from Milano Centrale), and it takes about 15 minutes.
The walk through Parco Sempione to Dumo takes 30 minutes.
The walk to Milano Centrale is 40 minutes. The subway is very quick too (two stops from Porta Garibaldi to Centrale).
This is the final rate, including any fees from the host and Airbnb.