Viale Tunisia 6, Milan, Italy star
Doubles from: $76 to $222
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Reviewed by EuroCheapo.com Editors
Although the one-star Hotel Kennedy is centrally located in the buzzing Buenos Aires neighborhood, the 12-room, top-floor hotel has such a warm, sun-washed quality that you can almost imagine the sea outside.
With white pressed-wood furniture and pastel bedding, the Hotel Kennedy has a “Florida beach motel” vibe. The sparsely decorated guestrooms are bright and airy with a pink-and-white color scheme, high ceilings and superb rooftop views. Amenities are minimal: a television, fan (no air conditioning) and free Wi-Fi. Some rooms have balconies (ask ahead).
Bathrooms offer strictly the basics and could use renovating, but everything is very clean. Single rooms share facilities, but doubles and triples have private bathrooms.
The Hotel Kennedy’s reception is cluttered, casual and done up with plenty of plants and sweet touches like fresh flowers in water bottles.
The Hotel Kennedy is a simple place. But it’s also a fantastic spot to drop your bags and catnap in a stream of sunlight while central Milan races on the streets below.
Breakfast is available for an additional charge.
Reviewed by: Annie Shapero, EuroCheapo Staff Writer
Note: This hotel was visited by a EuroCheapo editor and is recommended based on cleanliness, location, price and overall quality. EuroCheapo did not charge this hotel to be listed.
- Breakfast Extra Charge
- Breakfast Included
- City tour
- Credit Cards Accepted
- Fax Machine
- Groups welcome
- Hair Dryer – at reception
- Luggage Storage
- Non-Smoking Hotel
- Pet Friendly
- Reception: 24-Hour
- Room Service
- Safe at reception
- Tourist information
- Air conditioning
- Balconies/Terraces Available
- Bathroom: Private
- Bathroom: Shared
- Internet Access
- Iron available
Viale Tunisia 6
Central station and Buenos Aires, Milan, Italy
Phone: +39 0229400934
About the Kennedy neighborhood
Milan’s main train station is not located in the prettiest part of town, and you may spot a few (or several) unsavory characters around here. That said, the area between the station and Corso Buenos Aires is plenty safe, and it’s home to several perfectly adequate hotels—many with rock-bottom rates. You’re also, of course, well situated for getting around the city, and Corso Buenos Airesis home to some of the city’s best shopping.