Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travelers visiting Milan, Ibis Milano Centro is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its quiet environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Ibis Milano Centro makes it easy to enjoy the best of Milan.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
Ibis Hotel Milan features a 24 hour front desk, 24 hour check-in, and express check-in and check-out, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts an on-site restaurant. If you are driving to Ibis Milano Centro Hotel, parking is available.
Nearby landmarks such as Dialogo nel Buio (0.6 mi) and Il Cenacolo (1.7 mi) make Accor Hotel Milan a great place to stay when visiting Milan.
While visiting Milan, you may want to try some burritos at one of the nearby restaurants, such as MamaStrEat.
Milan is also known for some great history museums, including Villa Necchi Campiglio, Pinacoteca Ambrosiana, and Basilica di Sant'Ambrogio, which are not too far from Ibis Milano Centro.
Whether you’re traveling for business, pleasure or both, Ibis Milano Centro is sure to make your visit to Milan one worth remembering.
The wifi was so pathetic that none of the devices we had could connect stably. We asked for a change of room the next day. Was told someone called Bianca will call us to confirm if another room we asked to move to was ready for us to.move in. More than half an hour later no one called. We saw a housekeeping lady who was helpful but spoke no English. She cleaned the new room and told us we could move into the new room. However when we went to the reception to change our room keys the counter lady shouted at us and demanded to know why we need to change the room. She was furious because the housekeeping lady was not in any position to allow us to move over. We were blown away by her fury. We were told a lady called Bianca would call us to confirm when we can move but after one hour no one called. We thought the housekeeping lady was Bianca. She immediately called that lady and raised her voice at her. Through that period of time the entire string of people behind us were spectators to the entire drama and we were very embarrassed. We explained that the former room had poor wifi connection so we spoke to reception to request for a room change. The loud lady admitted she was Bianca but she knew nothing about our request for a room change. She eventually agreed it was OK for us to change the room and unwillingly processed new room keys for us of which one of them didn't work. We had to go back down to get it fixed. Separately the rooms were very hot as we were pointedly told that the hotel cannot turn on aircon. We asked for the window to be opened as the room was very stuffy and hot. Counter staff told me to go to counter to sign a form before he can ask a technician to come up to open the window. We asked why we had to sign a form to open a window and why can't the technician bring up the form when it was in the middle of night when we called! He refused to budge and firmly said we have to go downstairs to sign a form before they can open a tiny window. No fan and no blower. We were so warm and sweaty at night and woke up several times. 3 nights were too many to be stuck in this lousy basic hotel with rude service. The room was very small and bec we have to open the window the road noise was bad. Despite so it was still hot in the room. It was very unreasonable not to warn us before we arrived that the hotel is not allowed to turn on aircon due to some ridiculous law and without any alternative!!! After every shower the bathroom was wet as the shower had no door or curtain. Tiny bathroom and no space around the bed for luggage or to cook a simple noodle to eat. No microwave no coffee/coffee machine. The location is very far from the station and we had to drag our heavy luggages through the cobblestone streets to the hotel. It was also very far from Duomo Cathedral. We spent 45 mins walking (fast walk) through the summer heat to the Cathedral and another 30 mins to the train station (different directions). There were many other options in town and we could have paid for a better hotel at this price. Not recommended. Go somewhere else and avoid this "hot and rude" hotel.…
Every member of staff we spoke to was brilliant. So welcoming and helpful. Hotel was very clean, well present and had reassuring COVID measures in place. Room was spacious and quite and location of the hotel was great for exploring.
Trip Advisor’s description is not correct. Out of tow, noisy street and restaurants nearby are not to the standard suggested. OK, it was cheap but the room was STARK ! little more than four walls and a bed. The remote for the TV didn’t work nor did the air-con, open a window and the trams outside were VERY noisy, and the room was serviced once in my three night stay. Breakfast was poor, hot food was not very appetising and the cold-cuts scarce. And at €9 it wasn’t worth the money. I’ll pick something a little more expensive next time.
Overall wouldn’t recommend, could get more for your money elsewhere. Paid £100 p/n but quality of room didn’t reflect this at all. The bed was uncomfortable, no mattress instead it’s literally just a mattress topper that’s 2-3 inches thick. Air con didn’t do much at all, no good for warmer months. Upsides were that the staff were friendly, lobby area nice and modern and hotel is a 5 minute walk from metro stop.
CHECK IN / CHECK OUT: Very quick and efficient. We paid the city tax on arrival so when we left, we just dropped off our room key, didn't even have to stand in a queue at the reception. ROOM: Small, but clean and has the basics that you need for a short stay. Plenty of towels in the bathroom and hand wash / body wash provided. Has hair-dryer. Has TV / full body mirror in the room. Tiny safety box in the wardrobe. Small window which opens slightly. We kept it closed as otherwise there was too much noise coming from outside. BREAKFAST: Served from 6:30am (?) until 10am. Lots of choice for food - scrambled eggs, sausages, bread, cold cut meats and cheese, croissants, yoghurt, fresh fruit (apples / oranges / kiwi). Cold beverages - orange / pomegranate / apple juice. Hot beverages - coffee machine offers latte macchiato, flat white, etc. LOCATION / OTHER: This hotel is in a great location - only 13 minutes walk from the Milan Central train station and half an hour walk to the Duomo / Galleria / Castello. There are plenty of restaurants and gelato places nearby. Convenient to get to / from the airport - we took the direct train, it cost us 13 euros per person one way. Also convenient to walk to the central station and take a direct train to Como San Giovanni station (5 euros per person one way) for a day trip to Lake Como. There you can walk to the lake in 15 minutes from the station and further 5 minutes from the lake to the funiculare (5.70 euros per person return trip).…
Visited here for a weekend in Milan. First impressions were poor - a lovely lobby area however it was ruined by the queue out the door for check in, only two people on to tend to all the guests. They were too busy chatting and laughing and joking rather than concentrating on checking guests in. That being said, the actual check in process was swift and the room was ready early which was a bonus. Our room - a standard twin - was small but did the job - limited storage space, very very few plug points in the room which made charging multiple devices difficult, the TV must have been maybe 15" - was more like a monitor. The room also stank of smoke - this faded after leaving windows open all day but not a pleasant start. The bathroom is small but the shower is powerful and always hot. Didn't try breakfast or the bars etc - too busy exploring. Speaking of which, the hotel is around 10 ish mins from the main station and around 25 mins to walk to the Duomo. Tip: If you've got a few days take the chance to visit other cities nearby - Verona is beautiful and you get a much more 'Italian' vibe there - around 13 euros return on the train. Also, if weather is nice get up to the gorgeous Como - around 10 euros return. Very good transport network in Milan and when compared to the UK it's all dirt cheap. Overall, a decent place to stay with everything accessible around.…
We arrived at 11pm and had a swift check in, room had everything we needed in it for our one night stay. Went down to the bar and managed to order freshly made food at 11.30 which we were pleased about. Breakfast the next morning is very organised, covid measures are still in place so therefore no buffet but you can still have whatever you wish but you are served it, screens still in place. We went for breakfast at 8.00 am and easily got a table but by 9 it was very busy with a long queue. Staff were friendly. Great location as the tram stops very close, not many stops and you are in the shopping area.
I like the hotel for business trip as it is closer to the railway station and near metro station as well. As usual rooms are small , they have removed the safe boxes , reception is very slow and boring for check in or if you need to ask for a small information , only one receptionist serving the guest and you have to wait between 10-15 minutes until the one in front of you finish first , if they are a group so you have to wait longer.
The hotel stay was amazing. Very good breakfast, great service at the reception, very helpful :) We got a large room, fully equipped. Only at night is quite loud in the streets, but this is Milan, this city is awake. I will come back there for sure!
I am a Club Accor member and often stay in Ibis hotels. The experience in yours means I will probably never do so again. I stayed at your hotel for one night on Friday 25 March on a work trip, while in transit between Pavia and London. I'm sharing some of the photos I took from the bathroom as I was appaled at the state of it. The wall falling off under the shower, stains on the door and the wall, globs of disgusting residue on the counter, dust and stains on the soap bottle, and spider webs above the mirror. To make matters worse, there were no cups in the room, no water, no tea or coffee, no safe in which to store valuables. I really was left wondering what on earth it was that I had paid for? If I'd been staying any longer I'd have complained and left for another hotel However, I arrived late and left early and did not have time to make any change. But one thing is certain, I was woefully disappointed and I cannot believe I had to pay for this horrific room that was filthy, falling apart, and without any of the most basic amenities for an overnight stay. How does one drink without a glass? How does one clean oneself without clean soap?…