|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
Tadino is a niceapartment, very spacious and located in a central area well served, in the Buenos Aires district .
Particularly convenient to reach the central station (750 mt) and do shopping in the lively Corso Buenos Aires ( 200 meters ), it allows, with a relaxing 30-minute walk, to reach via Montenapoleone ( 2.5 km ) and Piazza Duomo (3 km ) .
On the second floor of a building of the '40s , the apartment is equipped with :
-3 Bedrooms , one double, one twin (settable as triple ) and one single
-living room with double sofa bed and dining table
- Independent well equipped kitchen (dishwasher , microwave , oven , Nespresso ) with dining table
- 2 bathrooms, one equipped with both shower and bath , one with shower
Tadino apartment is perfect for a shoppping weekend as well as for a business trip .
The car is not necessary , but -in the case- a paying public car park is just in front of the building .
The whole apartment is for you.
You have WiFi connection, TV and fully equipped kitchen.
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 am 46 years old and I am one of the founding members of Flexy Rent.
After renting my family home for ten years and helping several friends to do the same, I decided to turn it into a business and I founded Flexy Rent.
The apartment was clean, well maintained and stocked with all the necessities. The owner was very responsive and helpful, we were met at the apartment by a very nice young man who gave us the keys, explained how everything works and was available by phone if we had any follow-up questions. The apartment was on a fairly quiet residential street, but within two blocks form the Metro stop and the biggest shopping avenue in Milan. There were a few restaurants in the area, although if you want more choices you would need to go into the center. We took the train several times for day trips and the apartment was very close (10 minutes walk) and convenient to the main train station.
We have booked the apartment for 1 weekend in October (we were 6 girls)
The flat is exactly as described in the photos : central (easy and quick access from the central train station), clean, spacious, comfortable and fully equipped (although a hairdryer and/or iron would have come in handy :-) ).
Plenty of beds for everyone and having 2 bathrooms and many mirrors was a plus.
Check in/out were pretty much flexible, although we would have highly appreciated a check out for 11-12 am on Sunday, instead of 10 am (other guests were arriving and the flat needed to be cleaned).
Overall it was a good experience and would recommend Bruno's flat for medium groups of 6-8.
Corso Buenos Aires is perfect for a relaxing shopping walk, while the area next to Porta Venezia is rich in history and charm, it carries the signs of one of the most important trends of the Milan in the early twentieth century : the Liberty .
The art nouveau is in fact still the protagonist in many buildings in the neighborhood , in some cases , also with real paintings on the facades .
Places of interest
Porta Venezia Corso Venezia, 63
Until 1860 East Gate, the current port was built between 1827 and 1828 and designed by Rodolfo Vantini to replace the pre-existing set of Giuseppe Piermarini.
Connects Porta Venezia to Piazza San Babila, you can see some examples of Art Nouveau architecture.
Basilica of San Babila Corso Monforte, 1
Romanesque church of the eleventh century, was baptized Alessandro Manzoni.
Museum of Natural History Corso Venezia, 55 Tel. (+39) 02 88463337
times: But. - Dom .. 09: 00-17: 30; closed Monday, December 25, January 1, May 1
The Natural History Museum is located in the public gardens "Indro Montanelli" and is the oldest museum in Milan, today the center of the activities of the GARDEN OF SCIENCES, which includes two large workshops, Paleolab and Biolab, and the CIVIC PLANETARY Pearson Education. At the end of the visit you can have a drink on the terrace.
Villa Belgiojoso Bonaparte Museum nineteenth Via Palestro, 16 Tel. (+39) 02 76340809
Hours: Ma.- Sun 09: 00-13: 00/14: 00-17: 30
The Villa, which the Milanese call simply "Villa Reale", was designed by Leopoldo Pollack at the end of '700 and the English garden of the Villa is one of the reasons of admiration for the visitors.
Home to the historic Modern Art Gallery, today the Museum of the nineteenth century.
Pac Via Palestro, 14 Tel. (+39) 02 76009085
Hours: Ma. - Sun 09: 30-19: 30; Thursday until 22:30; Monday, 14: 30-19: 30
The PAC, Pavilion of Contemporary Art, as well as being an exhibition space for contemporary art hosts events and educational activities open to children, teens and individual visitors.
Oberdan Viale Vittorio Veneto, 2 Tel. (+39) 02 77406300
It 'a multipurpose cultural center, opened in 1999, designed and managed by the Province of Milan which has entrusted the renovation to the architects Gae Aulenti and Carlo Lamperti. It hosts exhibitions of contemporary art and photography, a movie theater, which is run by the Italian Film Library.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly *||Event|
My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
|Notes: Rates are based on 6 guests; add A$36 per night, per additional guest|
|linen and towel rental||A$87.48|
|Refundable Damage Deposit||A$437.42|
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.
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.