Reasons to choose B&B Hotel Milano La Spezia
The B&B Hotel Milano La Spezia situated in Navigli, about a 10-minute walk from the Romolo Metro station. Free Wi-Fi is available, as well as a rooftop breakfast area and modern, air-conditioned rooms with satellite TV.
The rooms of B&B Hotel Milano La Spezia are modest but elegant, with warm oak floors and huge historical photographs of Milan.
A minibar and a safety deposit box are included in each room.
Guests can enjoy breakfast with views of the Alps, which includes Italian coffee with pastries, local ham, and fresh fruit. There are also organic and gluten-free options available.
Milan Cathedral is a 15-minute tram ride away from B&B Hotel Milano La Spezia. The Metro takes 30 minutes to get to Fiera Milano.
Please note that the property is located outside of Milan’s restricted-traffic zone.
Travel Tips near B&B Hotel Milano La Spezia
Milan is an Italian city. Milano is the capital of both the Milano province (provincia) and the Lombardy (Lombardia) region (regione).
It is Italy’s most prosperous manufacturing and commercial metropolis, as well as its primary financial centre.
Milan, Italy’s most important economic centre, owes this to its geographic location, which has historically favoured it as a market centre; indeed, the country’s most important wholesale marketplaces are still in Milan.
The city is situated at the crossroads of the Po River valley’s trade routes, on the dividing line between advanced agriculture in the fertile irrigated plains of the south and limited farmland in the north.
Milan is also on the primary highway that connects Italy to the rest of Europe.
The city’s commercial activity was further boosted by industrial expansion in the twentieth century.
The export trade was crucial; Milanese exports comprised artificial fibres, cotton and wool goods, chemical products, and so on.