There are many good hotels in central Milan. To find one, open the Google Map above (View larger map) centered at the conference’s hotel and search for “Hotel”.
Some recommended hotels in the area:
Hotel dei Cavalieri – Piazza Missori 1 – 20123 Milano - A classic hotel for contemporary people. This is the conference hotel.
Hotel Zurigo – Corso Italia, 11/A – 20122 Milan – a consolidated tradition of hospitality in the city center of Milan.
Hotel Aliseo – Corso Italia 6, Milano – a quiet and cheap hotel with a optimal quality/rate ratio, located in an elegant ‘900 palace.
Hotel Lloyd – Corso di Porta Romana, 48 20122 Milan – an ideal choice if you want an elegant stay while on business or pleasure in the heart of Milan.
Grand Hotel Plaza Milano – Piazza Diaz, 3 20123 Milano – the Milanese hospitality, the comfort, the discreet welcome typical of our city.
Hotel Ariston – Largo Carrobbio 2 20123 Milan – In Milan, at 5 minutes from the Duomo and from Navigli, Hotel Ariston is a great welcoming place.
Hotel Carrobbio – Via Medici 3 20123 Milan – Hotel Carrobbio is a small 4-star hotel that pays great attention to all details.
Hotel Antica Locanda Leonardo – Corso Magenta 78 20123 Milano – A Boutique Hotel in the heart of Milan.
Hotel Panizza – Via B. Panizza, 5, 20144 Milano – Probably the best choice if you are on a budget.
Hotel Sant’Ambroeus · Viale Papiniano, 14 Milano – Your home away from home.
Hotel Pierre Milano – Via de Amicis, 32, 20123 Milano – Located in the historical district, just a short walk from downtown.
Hotel Regina – Via C.Correnti, 13 – 20123 Milano
Hotel Palazzo Delle Stelline – Corso Magenta, 61 – 20123 Milano
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