|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
Sei is comfortable, bright, in a great central location, just a few meters from Porta Ticinese and Navigli and just opposite the Basilica of St Eustorgius and its must see square.
The apartment is located on the 3rd floor without lift of a "vecchia Milano" (old Milan) style building.
Furnished with simplicity and taste, it has two bedrooms, a large twin and one double, a spacious living room with dining table and lounge area for 4/6 people, separate kitchen and bathroom with tub and shower.
A lovely terrace allows you to dine outdoors in complete privacy.
For the particular shape of the apartment, to reach the twin bedroom you need to cross the double bedroom.
This apartment is ideal for 4 people.
The heating and the air conditioning systems can be adjusted at your desire, the kitchen is well equipped and the various grocery stores located in the surrounding area are really affordable.
The apartment is in a pedestrian area.
On request we can arrange parking in garage for 25,00 EURs/day at about 500 mt. distance.
Crib available on request.
The whole apartment is for you.
You have WiFi connection, TV, fully equipped kitchen and books.
A specialized company operating in the area will take care of check in check out and assistance on site.
You can easily reach the manager on the phone.
My name is Bruno, I'm 46, I live and work in Milano.
I took mi first steps in this field 10 years ago when I started letting my parent's holiday-home in Rapallo not far from Portofino, in the Ligurian Riviera, Italy.
Since the very beginning it was a great experience both for my guests and myself: they anjoyed my attitude to the hospitality and I learned more and more about how to turn an apartment into a perfect holiday accomodaton.
We had a terrific stay at A Sei. It is in a really nice area of Milan with great restaurants and shopping right on the street adjacent to the quiet courtyard the apartment building looks on to.
Bruno and his team made the reservation, check-in and check-out very easy for us. Bruno arranged parking for us in a garage nearby for a great rate as well.
The apartment is clean, modern and nice. The bedroom layout is a bit odd, but we slept four family members there comfortably.
Note that the apartment is at the top of four flights of stairs. This wasn't hard for us, but be ready to climb stairs if you go there. The restaurant at the bottom of said stairs (literally) is fantastic. Make sure to eat at least once at Sant 'Eustorgio.
The loft was just as the pictures; big, clean, cozy and nice! We were three girls and we stayed in the apartment for 8 days.
Bruno, Luca and the others we were in contact with, were very helpful and nice.
The placement is great, in the heart of Ticinese and Naviglio and near restaurants, bars and fun stuff. The Duomo is only 10 minutes away by tram.
All in all a great place to stay! I would recommend this apartment to others!
Appartement charmant avec une jolie terrasse, de l'espace, de la clarté.
La situation est idéale pour profiter le soir du quartier Navigli très vivant et pour se rendre à pieds ou avec un bus qui passe devant l'appartement dans tous les lieux touristiques de Milan.
L'organisation est sérieuse la proposition d'un parking très utile et l'accueil parfait.
very nice apartment , well located in Milan , near naviglis , 10 minutes by tram from el duomo ...
This is a designer apartment in the image of the city.
The host does anything so that you envoy tour stay.
L appartement est correct et est situé dans une maison avec du caractère
Près du centre de milan on peut s y rendre facilement à pied
L appartement est situé près du quartier de Navigli, quartier très animé et typique
Prenez un apéritivo dans l un des nombreux bars, pour 10 € vous prenez un cocktail et vous mangez à volonté
La foire expo est à 45 miles par les transports en commun
Strategic location in the Ticinese district , area C. At 10 min tram ride from the Catheàdral and 5 minutes' walk from Navigli and the Zona Tortona ; less than a kilometer from Piazza Sant'Ambrogio , the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart and the Museum of Science and Technology.
It's inside the 17th century city walls. 15 minutes walk from Duomo.
A few meters away there are a lot of important monuments such as the basin of Leonardo, the Basilica of Sant'Eustorgio and the Arena ruins of the Roman period.
Ticinese district is also known for the night life on the canals and to be adjacent to the Zona Tortona Milan's famous design district.
The history of the canals in Milan begins in the second half of the twelfth century with the construction of the first fairway .
Milan is a city covered by water, crossed by rivers and canals adjusted to ingenious technical devices .
The first channel , the Ticinello , was opened in 1179 and with its 50 km length began the construction of the Naviglio Grande .
Great engineers started the project that we can still admire its innovative system of locks designed by Leonardo da Vinci in the late fifteenth century.
Over the years, the canals were very neglected and in 1977 the state handed over the management of the Naviglio Martesana to the region , which in 1980 started a project for the upgrading of the area. The canals were once very popular and were the haunt of shops and markets .
Currently the Navigli area is characterized by the presence of so many artists, models , musicians and university students thanks to the many bars and restaurants that make this area of Milan, a real pole of attraction . The atmosphere is very particular and the surrounding landscape is really exciting to see .
Walking through one of the most characteristic areas of the city, the Navigli area , hidden among bars and restaurants there is the fantastic Vico Lavandai .
The Naviglio Grande is the oldest of the channels in Milan and it was built in 1179 with the function to irrigate the countryside in Milan.
Only later in 1270 was also considered as a waterway.
The Naviglio Grande was born in Ticino and reach the center of Milan.
The Grand Canal is 48.5 km long , wide between 12 and 40 meters deep and 1 meter to 4 meters .
The transport of goods took place on barges that once you reach the dock were sorted in the ring of canals .
Through this stream is in fact carrying the marble for the construction of the Cathedral of Milan.
Even today you can admire the innovative system of locks designed by Leonardo da Vinci in the late fifteenth century.
the canals are located in the Porta Genova (MM green line). With the bus lines 94 , 3 .
What you must see in the area:
• Sant'Eustorgio Church and Portinari Chapel
• Navigli area and boat cruises
• Via Savona – Via Tortona new urban site (former industrial area)
• Tuesday and Saturday market
One of the most vibrant and exciting in the city , recognized as a center of expertise in design and fashion. In the Tortona area there are important opportunities and entrepreneurial leaders in the field of creativity and communication that host , organize and promote activities and events unique and of great interest throughout the year .
Just like Cinderella, Tortona area has experienced a transformation ' magic ' that made it coveted : a sophisticated princess among the districts of Milan .
Between the Naviglio Grande and Via Solari , bounded by the area of St. Augustine and the beginning of Porta Genova , the streets between Via Savona, Tortona and Stendhal form a well mixed area of fashion, design and happy hours.
It ' was one of the main areas of industrial unrest in the 60s. As proof are old disused factories , imposing buildings with skylights and exposed brick now re-evaluated . Just like the pumpkin becomes a coach , a series of artists , designers, stylists and designers turned them into the showroom, loft spaces related to culture . Old residences of workers become studio or art workshops .
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My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
|Notes: Rates are based on 4 guests; add A$36 per night, per additional guest|
|Refundable Damage Deposit||A$429|
|linen and towel rental||A$57|
Usual check in time is from 3 p.m. to 7pm.
For check in after 7.00 pm we need extra help and, in spite of ourselves, we have to ask an extra charge depending on time of arrival: € 30,00 from 7.00 pm to 11.00 pm + € 20,00 for each further hour.
Please let us know if we have to organize late check in for you.
Normalmente l’orario di arrivo è tra le 15.00 e le 19.00. Per il check in fuori orario siamo costretti a chiedere una maggiorazione in funzione dell’ora di arrivo: € 30,00 fino alle 23,00 + € 20,00 per ogni ulteriore ora.