Went there on a Saturday night. Pros: staff at both reception and bar were nice, and place is spacious. Cons: expensive for its value for money (14 euros); clients mostly older (40+) and out of shape; some cabins were dirty.
Gay Milan travel guide
Milan gay guide
Milan is the second-largest city in Italy with a population of about 1.4 million. Milan is the main industrial, commercial and financial centre of Italy. The city is a major world city for fashion and design. The city has famous museums and buildings, which makes Milan a popular destination. It attracts more than two million visitors a year.milan gay guide
Just 50 metres from Montenapoleone Metro, the Armani Hotel Milano is in the chic Quadrilatero della Moda district. Guests are taken to their elegant modern rooms by a personal lifestyle manager.
Reviews by visitors
Cabins in this disgusting place are too small.
They are not also open 24h as it writtes in their description.
There are a few nicer gay clubs in Milan
Thieves thieves thieves - and if you are robbed, the wonderful Elephant staff will refuse calling the police suggesting you use your own phone (and what if that is stolen, too????), but moreover expect the police to refuse coming to a crime scene!!! Welcome to Italy...
Hotels in Milan
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Hotel Berna is located 200 metres from Milan Central Train Station and Metro. Free tea, coffee and snacks are available all day.
Just 300 metres from Lima Metro Station and a few steps from the popular shops of Milan's Corso Buenos Aires, Starhotels Ritz is also a 10-minute walk from Milano Centrale Train Station.
Only 50 metres from Piazza Della Repubblica, the Sempione is 10-minute walk from Milano Centrale Train Station. The hotel features an impressive Neoclassic façade and modern interiors.
NH Milano Touring is 3 minutes' walk from both Turati and Repubblica Metro, a 15-minute walk from Milano Centrale Train Station, and 1.
Hotel Garda is just a 5-minute walk from Milan Central Station. It offers classic rooms with air conditioning, a 24-hour reception, a bar, and an internet point with Wi-Fi access.