The hotel has everything that you could except for such simple hotels. The customer service was really nice and the location was close to perfect. Very close to a park and a supermarket and also relatively close to the centrum without being to crowdy. The nights were a bit noisy though because of the traffic outside. The interior was a bit old but on the other hand that was also charming. The breakfast buffet was okay and recommendable because of the low price.
This is a serviceable hotel--ideal if you are just using it to bed down at night and don't require charm. There were no glaring problems here, but felt like staff were phoning it in--not much effort on anyone's part. Breakfast is efficient. Probably good for business people, but for tourists looking for something that feels local and special, I would look elsewhere.
The hotel was very fine , very close to the important point of attraction in Milan ...good access by feet or by metro . The room was comfortable . The breakfast can be improved with more food ( ex : eggs , more varieties of ham and salami, olives, peppers and tomatoes )
We had a 3 night stay here and it was exactly what we required. We tend not to spend much on hotels, but go for location. Sant’Ambroeus is located about 25min walk from the Duomo which was fine with us. The hotel itself looked a bit dated, the decor a little past its peak. The staff were friendly, the breakfast decent and the room adequate. We’d happily stay here again!
Nice double room, good shower, very clean. Good continental self- service breakfast. Nice lounge and night manager very helpful with tea/coffee and drinks to our group who came back quite late. Both Metro (subway) and Trams cost 1.5 eoros for single trip. Metro tickets from machine in station, avoid rush hour, best if taking longer journeys. Trams are much more convenient, tickets at little tobacconist shop about 300 yards away. Take number 2 tram to centre Duomo.
During our holiday trip to Milan we, a group of 4 friends, stayed at this place. This place is located near a metro station, near the tourist places and easy access to Milan Central. The rooms are spacious and toilets good size. Breakfast has less options but is workable. WiFi is free and works well. Hotel staff is very helpful and quick to respond.
This hotel is perfect if you´re looking for a well located place, for bussiness or fun. You can get proffesional customer service, good breakfast and good location. Rooms are small, but perfect for your travel.
I have to admit, once I found this hotel after going the wrong way from the Metro, I was quite impressed by how nice it looked. The decor was good, and the reception was nice too. Checking in got me a form to fill in, passport photocopied and a receipt printed using a dot-matrix printer. I really thought they'd all been retired to history by now! Thankfully there was a lift, although small, to the third floor and I struggled to open my door originally as it was unclear whether you had to turn the key and turn the handle too, plus in which way you did this. Eventually I worked it out, then I had to find a light switch. This was far easier said than done, finding it in the bathroom by some random chance! Then I found the air conditioning, bearing in mind it was nearly 10pm and it was incredibly hot. The window had to be open too, and found unopenable shutters on the other side too. The bathroom was very small, and had a significant step into it. The shower would spill water over the floor too, not welcome. There was a fridge and bottle opener in the room which was welcome in that heat! The bed was so very uncomfortable, extremely unwelcome after nearly 14 hours of travelling! City tax of €4 was paid on check out. The staff on the desk was very friendly and welcoming, and I didn't have time to stop for breakfast although it was, unusually for me, included in the room rate. There is a large supermarket a few minutes walk up the road, and I was impressed by the place it must be said.…
The hotel was great to stay at. The room was a decent size, and the receptionist was very helpful. But the location wasn't very close to the main train station in Milan, so you either need to catch a cab or a second train to get there.
The hotel has a very good location, close to supermarket, restaurants, 5 min to metro The hotel is near the church of Santa Maria delle Grazie in Milan, where is it the famous fresco of Leonardo da Vinci, the Last Supper. The breakfast buffet served every morning was enough varied, and the staff was very friendly. Dana