Hotel Silver Milano
What We Love
- A convenient base for Milanese sightseeing, with breakfast, a Bisceglie shuttle and moreYour location, near Fiera di Milano/Rho convention center
- Your breakfast, welcome drink and – for extra convenience – Bisceglie shuttle service
- Shopping till you drop in this glorious fashion city
How to Get There
The hotel is really nice. I had to spend a substantial amount of time - nearly 4 months in Milan and used it quite often. The internet connection is good, I could store my bike, the staff is really nice.
There is parking for cars. You'd be wise to come by car (or rent one) or use a bicycle since the public transport in this area is scares. If you come by bike, use via Cusago, not the main road since it's very busy and dangerous for cyclists.
The breakfast has been great, the restaurant - also.
The design of the room interior is a bit strange at first but seems more and more genius the more you reflect on it.
Quite hotel with perfect big supermarket nearby. Very comfortable beds one of them with romantic canopy. The bathroom was sexy and romantic too for couples. Free parking and small fridge. Many wardrobes.
I read decent reviews. I was excited to end our vacation with a decent, convenient to the airport hotel. The one positive thing- The employees were great. The rooms were awful. The beds didn’t have blankets. Just sheets. It is a dilapidated closet of a room. One outlet in the entire hotel room for charging devices. The walls were peeling. It was drafty and loud. No decorations. So basic. Nothing remotely close to it for dining or entertainment. I would never recommend it to anyone. Even the hairdryer was primitive.
We stayed here for one night on our way through Italy.
First impressions were good, smart reception area, beautiful tiled floor, looked clean, smart, and in good order.
The hotel is a Motel style with your own private car parking space within a discrete trellis fenced area just outside your own front door. Just make sure this door is locked – ours wasn’t.
The small bar is in the front lobby opposite reception and only two chairs and was operated by staff serving in the dining room so we, and other thirsty travellers, had a while to wait before being served. There are more chairs along the corridor leading to the garden, but it is just that – sitting in a corridor.
The evening meal was disappointing both in taste and portion size. The continental breakfast was as expected and plentiful.
The bedroom was in good order with the bathroom in the bedroom and a separate door to the toilet. The bath was a sunken roman style very deep bath with shower, so deep in fact I had trouble getting in and out, being only 5’ 2” I could have done with some steps!. It was, however, beautifully tiled in Italian mosaic.
The hotel advertises a free shuttle service to and from the exhibition centre, free Wi-Fi and a fully equipped gym which, unfortunately, we did not have time to visit.
This hotel is basically odd. It is more like a motel in design, with parking outside many of the ground floor rooms. The bar is in the lobby but is very small and has no atmosphere as you are essentially sitting in a hallway.
My room was nothing like as opulent as those shown on the web site and felt very much like a budget room. No desk space and a curtain separating the bed from the shower and sinks. Fortunately there was a door to a separate WC.
The room I had was very noisy, being very close to the lobby. I was woken one morning at 07:30 by what I thought was someone knocking on another guest's door but when this continued for 30 minutes I realised it was some kind of maintenance work.
In mitigation, service was very friendly and prompt in the bar and the restaurant, but as two of my three nights cost around 200 euro for a "motel" in the middle of an industrial estate, then the overall experience was disappointing and although the location was very convenient I won't be revisiting any time soon.