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    About Mini Hotel Aosta

    Mini Hotel Aosta stands right in the heart of Milan.

    The 63 air-conditioned guestrooms feature a satellite television, free Wi-Fi, and an in-room safe. Snacks/drinks can be stored in the minibar. In each private bathroom, guests will find a shower, bidet, hairdryer, and free toiletries.

    At Mini Hotel Aosta, guests can make use of the amenities in the business centre, tackle any laundry needs in the self-serve laundrette, and receive tours/ticket assistance. Front desk is staffed 24 hours a day.

    Guests can start off the day by enjoying a buffet breakfast on site. Coffee/tea is served in the lobby too. For other meals, there are several different eateries lining the streets nearby.

    Corso Como and Teatro alla Scala can be reached in approximately 20 minutes by foot. The Cathedral of Milan is less than 30 minutes away.


    Piazza Duca d'Aosta 16, Milan, 20124, Italy
    Telephone: +390(2)6691951 | Fax: +390(2)6696215 | Official Homepage

    Top amenities

    • Free WiFi in lobby
    • Free WiFi in the rooms
    • Pool
    • Spa
    • Parking
    • Pets
    • A/C
    • Restaurant
    • Hotel bar
    • Gym

    All amenities

    Hotel facilities
    • 24-hour reception
    • Concierge
    • Elevator
    • Free WiFi in lobby
    • Hotel bar
    • Hotel safe
    • Laundry service
    • Non-smoking rooms
    • Parking lot
    • PC with internet
    • WiFi in Lobby
    Room facilities
    • Air conditioning
    • Bathroom with shower
    • Central heating
    • Free WiFi in the rooms
    • Hairdryer
    • Internet
    • Room safe
    • Satellite TV
    • Telephone
    • Television
    • WiFi in the rooms

    Arrival / Departure

    • Check-in: 15:00
    • Check-out: 14:00

    Review Highlights
    Positive Reviews
    • Clean and comfortable

      There's not much worse than coming back to a dirty room after a long day.  At this hotel, that won't be a problem.  Enjoy your time in Milan to the fullest, knowing that you will have a clean, comfortable room to return to.

    • Excellent location

      The hotel is located directly next to the central train station, making it exceptionally convenient for guests arriving or departing by train.  The main shopping strip and a number of good restaurant options are also nearby, as are a variety of transportation options to help you explore the city.

    • Great value for the price

      Compared to many other hotels in Milan, this one offers better rooms, services, and amenities at the same price point. That makes it perfect for the budget-conscious traveller who doesn't want to stay at a cheap hotel.

    Negative Reviews
    • Noisy on one side

      There is a bar next door that is loud with crowds and music until late at night. If your room is on the same side of the hotel as the bar, you may have trouble getting to sleep early.

    • Some staff may have a bad attitude

      Though the hotel tries to make sure its employees are friendly and attentive to all guests, there have been complaints about some of the staff treating guests unprofessionally.

    • Limited breakfast options

      The hotel provides breakfast, but you may find the options too sparse for the price. It's a good idea to find a café or restaurant nearby instead—fortunately, there are several to choose from.

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