Ibis Centro

Ibis Centro

A few steps from the centre and the railway station, 8 km from the airport, the Ibis Milano Centro hotel is the ideal starting point for visiting the Duomo and Scala de Milan. The international hotel offers a restaurant, OSTERIA LA VECCHIA LIRA, and a bar accessible 24/24. Ideal for seminars, the hotel offers you 11 meeting rooms and Wifi connection. 425 soundproof and air­conditioned rooms are available for booking, including 6 accessible to disabled guests.

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  • AddressVia Finocchiaro Aprile Camillo, 2
  • AreaStazione Centrale - Bicocca
Contact
  • Phone (+39) 0263151
  • Fax (+39) 026598026
  • E-mail prenotazioni.ibiscentro@accor-hotels.it
  • Website Ibis Centro

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