ADI Hotel Poliziano Fiera



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The modern ADI Hotel Poliziano Fiera is strategically located in Milan, just off Corso Semipone and only 750 metres away from the Fiera Milano City exhibition site and the Milan Convention Centre MiCo, Europe's largest conference centre. Attractions such as Arco della Pace, Parco Sempione, Castello Sforzesco and Santa Maria delle Grazie, housing Leonardo da Vinci's world-famous painting “The Last Supper” are within easy reach. The refurbished hotel offers elegant rooms decorated in a classic style with different colour themes.

They are well-appointed and feature marble bathrooms, complimentary WIFI, Servetto trouser press, free newspapers, air-conditioning as well as LCD satellite TV. Business guests will appreciate the meeting facilities. Guests can enjoy a meal at the on-site bistro or dine out at one of the numerous restaurants in the surrounding area. This hotel is an ideal choice for business travellers in Milan.

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Showing Saturday 25 April 2015 to Sunday 26 April 2015

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24 Hour Reception, 24 Hour Room Service, Currency Exchange
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Safety Deposit Box
Lift to all floors, Public Air Conditioning

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Pets are not allowed

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  • Lisa F

  • September 2013

Out of the city centre, quiet area, easy to get to the tourist bits

I stayed here on the strength of another review, and was glad I did.

I'm not sure if I'd paid the full price of the room, I'd be as happy to be honest. I stay in a lot of hotels, and this was good, but nothing exceptional.

However, for the price I paid, it was excellent value and location. Domodossola station is about five minutes walk from the hotel and it's a two minute train ride to Cadorna main station, then three stops on the metro to the Duomo. An urban tariff ticket currently costs 1Euro 50 cents, and you get a train journey and one metro journey included in the price of the ticket. Total travel time into Piazza Duomo (connection depending) is around 25-30 minutes. Trains run (vaguely on time) every few minutes into the station, and as Domodossola is first stop on the way back, pretty much all the trains leaving Cadorna stop there, so a ride home isn't more than five minutes wait. The breakfast was better than I expected in an Italian hotel; Italians tend to start their day with a whole ton of caffeine and sugar. There was a choice of meat and cheese, as well as yoghurt, fruit and cakes and breads.

The bar was nice enough, but there isn't a separate restaurant as such. Food is ordered at the bar, and brought out to you on a small trolley to eat at the bar table. I didn't eat at the hotel, as I was out most of the time, but the bar was well stocked and reasonably priced (for a hotel bar).

There are a few places nearby to eat, and I would suggest you ask the reception to call ahead and see if there is space for you, as they tend to have unusual opening hours, or get full very quickly.

The staff were very helpful and knowledgeable about the area, as you'd expect.

Eating in the centre of Milan can be expensive - especially if you go to one of the cafe/restaturants in the Vittorio Emmanuele shopping centre. Expect to pay around 20Eur for a simple risotto. There are plenty of street vendors though, so grabbing a panini isn't too hard, and their gelato is to die for.