Via Boscovich 57 / 59, Milan, Italy
Doubles from: $71 to $154
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It seems like every time we visit the Hotel Serena it has something snazzy and new to offer. The two-star property may reside in a four-story palazzo, but inside time speeds up full force. A massive, curved staircase makes for a stunning first impression, and white walls and a minimalist reception area make the hotel seem a bit like a museum.
Upstairs, the Hotel Serena’s 44 guestrooms are well-proportioned and bright, with sun pouring in from all sides. While the décor is spare and basic (with none of the lobby’s flair), the rooms are freshly painted in rich, creamy colors, complemented by shiny maroon bedding and marble floors. Many boast views of the expansive courtyard below. The latest renovation also added 12 swanky loft-style suites with sleek, modern furniture in shades of gray and charcoal.
All rooms are equipped with air conditioning, soundproof windows, a TV and telephone. The private bathrooms are pristine with sand-colored tiles.
We loved the Hotel Serena’s top-floor breakfast room, with its floor-to-ceiling windows and magnificent views over area rooftops. The owners informed us that this room may disappear during upcoming renovations, but we’re sure the new summit will be even better than ever.
Breakfast is included in the room rate. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout.
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 Included
- Reception: 24-Hour
- Wi-Fi: Free
- Air conditioning
- Bathroom: Private
- Cable TV
Via Boscovich 57 / 59
Central station and Buenos Aires, Milan, Italy
About the Serena 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.