Set in Milan's rich Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II shopping arcade, Town House Galleria offers top of the line configuration rooms with a gallery and progressed innovative offices. It highlights 2 gourmet eateries, limousine administration, and free Wi-Fi. Ignoring the shopping arcade or patio, the rich, aerated and cooled rooms and suites at Town House Galleria incorporate satellite level screen TV with pay-per-see stations, wooden floors and a minibar. The private restroom has delicate shower robes in addition to shoes. The property has 2 eateries. Highlighting all encompassing perspectives of the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, the Ottagono Lounge and Oyster Bar offers light dinners and mixed drinks. The Michelin featured Pavarotti Milano Restaurant Museum offers haute food dishes. The acclaimed display on Leonardo da Vinci is facilitated in the accomplice Hotel Seven Stars Galleria. The Hotel is situated on the floors over the Seven Stars Galleria and Piazza del Duomo is only a couple steps shape the Hotel. Duomo Metro stop offers connections to Expo 2015 Exhibition Center, while Via Montenapoleone is reachable by walking in 10 minutes. Milan City Center is an extraordinary decision for explorers intrigued by sustenance, extravagance mark shopping and shopping. This is our visitors' most loved some portion of Milan, as indicated by free surveys. This territory is likewise incredible for shopping, with mainstream marks adjacent: H&M, Zara, Nike, Cartier, Gucci.
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No more than two children permitted per double room. Only children under the age of 13 may share their parents' bed.
Great location near lots of shopping.
Great, decently friendly service.
"Food is all right"
Food is all right.
Average hotel building.
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