An insider’s guide to Milan best 3 and 4 star hotels. Selection based on value for money, guest reviews, location and “Milanese design”. Affordable price range: from 100 €/night to 300 €/night for a double room with breakfast. Interactive Google map to locate the hotels.
Milan best 3 and 4 star hotels – locations
You can find 3 and 4 stars hotels everywhere in Milan. However, I decided to focus on hotels located in 3 areas:
- Central station: in case you will spend only one or two nights in Milan, on your way to Como lake, Venice or Florence, it really makes sense for you to stay close to the station. You can find some good and reasonably priced hotels there, and easily get to Milan city center by Metro (just 4 stops).
- Milan city center: sleeping here will allow you to visit most of the city by walking. These are also the ancient neighborhoods, full of charm. And, least but not last, perfect places for shopping. A number of really good hotels are available in the 200 €/night range, I selected the ones I know and with the highest client ratings
- The Navigli district: this is a bustling area, perfect for dining but also to get the last trends in art and design. Note that it’s not very close to the city center, you will need to take buses or Metro to get to the very city center.
Here is a best Milan 3 and 4 stars hotels interactive Google map, to help you locate the selected hotels. Just click on it to open.
Milan best 3 and 4 star hotels – room rates
The rates reported in this post refer to July 2018. Note that room rates (as well as availability) can vary a lot in Milan, that’s why I’m providing a range. Rates will skyrocket during the most important city events, such as the Settimana della Moda (Fashion week in September) or the Salone del Mobile (Furniture exhibition in April), while rates usually collapse during holiday periods and summer. Therefore, it’s always worthwhile to check the web for promotions, I personally use Booking.com to spot the best bargain.
Milan best 3 and 4 star hotels – Central station district
Hotel Berna – 4 stars, Booking.com rating 9,2/10
Hotel Berna is located 200 m from Milan Central Train Station and Metro. Free tea, coffee and snacks are available all day. The staff is very helpful and the rooms are comfortable and clean. The breakfasts are excellent. The location is very good if you are travelling by train . Very close to tram and metro stops.
Around 150 € – 200 € double room/night, breakfast included. Check current rates and availability here.
Hotel Teco – 3 stars, Booking.com rating 9,2/10
Conveniently located close to Corso Buenos Aires, the longest Italian shopping street, and walking distance from Central station. Porta Venezia Metro station is 100 meter away. Cosy stylish rooms, good breakfast, attentive personnel. Amazing price for that level of quality and location.
Around 100 € double room/night, breakfast included. Check current rates and availability here.
Milan best 3 and 4 star hotels – City center / Duomo district
Room Mate Giulia – 4 stars, Booking.com rating 9,3/10
Impressive neoclassic building, excellent location through an archway to Duomo and the Galleria; easy location for the metro line. A very short walk to La Scala opera house. Modern rooms, fancy design lobby. Very professional staff, with attention to detail and responsive to needs.
Around 200 € – 300 € double room/night, breakfast included. Check current rates and availability here.
Hotel Santa Marta Suites – 4 stars, Booking.com rating 9,2/10
Located in the narrow Via Santa Marta, in the oldest and most fascinating center Milan neighborhood. Lovely boutique hotel full of old-world charm. Centrally located, close to the Duomo. The hotel is furnished with antiques furniture’s from different times. The atmosphere from the reception to the room is great. Large rooms with modern bathrooms and English TV, the suites was equipped with a large Balcony. Friendly staff and great coffee. Extra bonus: the lovely roof top terrace with Duomo view.
Around 200 € – 350 € double room/night, breakfast included. Check current rates and availability here.
Hotel Manzoni – 4 stars, Booking.com rating 9,2
High end classic Milanese style for this class hotel located in the heart of Milan fashion district, the “Quadrilatero della moda”, where you can find all the high end Italian designers show rooms. Perfect location, lovely design, great service. Rich breakfast with prosecco.
Around 250 € – 300 € double room/night, breakfast included. Check current rates and availability here.
Ai Suma Hotel – 3 stars, Booking.com rating 9,1/10
The Ai Suma hotel is and adorable boutique hotel located mid way between Milan Duomo and the central station, in a tiny pedestrian street close to the lovely Porta Venezia gardens. Rooms occupy the courtyard side of the 1st floor of a residential building and have been recently renovated into a modern minimal style. Very quiet rooms, good breakfast, very friendly and helpful staff. Probably the best rate available in Milan city center for this level of property and service.
Around 140 € – 180 € double room/night, breakfast included. Check current rates and availability here.
Antica locanda dei Mercanti – 4 stars, Booking.com rating 9,2/10
Located on the first, second or third floor of an elegant 18th-century building, Antica Locanda is a short walk from via Dante pedestrian alley, which connects Milan Duomo with the Sforzesco castle. You couldn’t find a more central location. Rooms are large, including bathroom, and comfortable. Excellent breakfast, eggs made to order. Special rooms set on the 3rd floor of the building, which enjoy lovely private terraces (premium priced)
Around 200 € – 270 € double room/night, breakfast included. Check current rates and availability here.
Camperio house suites and apartments – 4 stars, Booking.com rating 9,0/10
Camperio house enjoys a very good location, close to the Castello Sforzesco and its park, and a short walk to the Duomo. It’s a perfect location for shopping, food and sightseeing. Very comfortable rooms, kitchen available in the apartments. Rates are great value, especially for larger rooms and suites. Note that the cheapest rates apply to smaller rooms and may not include breakfast.
Around 170 € – 270 € double room/night, breakfast included. Check current rates and availability here.
Milan best 3 and 4 star hotels – Navigli and Porta Ticinese district
Maison Borella – 4 stars, Booking.com rating 9,1/10
Located on the banks of the Naviglio Grande canal, Maison Borella is a charming and romantic boutique hotel, located in Milan’s Porta Ticinese neighborhood. The Navigli are one of the liveliest areas in Milan, a trendy little neighborhood along the canal with bar and restaurants literally everywhere and a delightful old Milan atmosphere. Note that there are no Metro stations nearby. The Maison Borella is set in an 18th-century “old Milan” renovated building. Stylish and cozy lounge and outdoor area, very professional and accommodating staff.
Around 200 € double room/night, breakfast included. Check current rates and availability here.
Savona 18 suites – 4 stars, Booking.com rating 9,1/10
Savona 18 Suites is set in the Navigli district in Milan, in a once industrial neighborhood that becomes very lively at night, with dozen of restaurants and cafés. Walking distance metro station. The Savona 18 Suite has a modern and trendy style, rooms are large and comfortable. The courtyard is relaxing, a nice place to have a drink on summer evenings. Excellent breakfast with fresh made dishes. Very helpful and nice staff.
Around 150 € – 180 € double room/night (standard room), breakfast not included in the cheapest rates. Check current rates and availability here.
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