We were pleasantly surprised by the quality of this hotel, which was recommended by friends in Torino. It is niclely placed near the railroad station, a Metro stop, and a stop for many busses and streetcars. While we did not sample the food in the hotel, there was a small, informal restaurant serving pizza and more elaborate meals across the street that was open earlier than many others on Sunday night. The hotel itself compares very well with the smaller hotels around Times Square in New York city -- niclely furnished, clean, good bed, lobbies in very good condition. The only way one might not be completely pleased is if one were comparing it to a large Marriott (or similar) hotel -- in that comparison, the rooms would be a little small. I would not be fair to the hotel if I did not mention the curtious and helpful desk clerks. We encountered three different desk clerks, all were very helpful, all spoke very good English (in contrast to my very marginal Italian). They happily furnished suggestions of places to eat and provided maps of the city as well as suggestions of where to go for a walking tour. The breakfast was very good, even including scrambled eggs and sausage for those who have not adapted to Italian breakfasts. All in all, I do not think one could go wrong staying at the Dock Milano.
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