This studio is on the second floor (with elevator) and it is merely a few steps away from the popular Piazza del Duomo and one of the world's oldest shopping malls, the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. Moreover, it is minimalistic and luxurious, making it ideal for business trips.
This sleek apartment, of about 40sqm, has a combined living and evening area, a fully equipped kitchenette including a dishwasher, fridge, an induction hob, a 2-seater breakfast nook with matching stools, a comfortable double sofa bed strategically placed in alignment with the windows (outfitted with blinds) that face the pretty internal courtyard, a small table and a low cabinet, a nice living room cabinet with TV and shelf space; found between the two windows that complement the atmosphere and a designer evening lamp to complete the fine, modern space.The bathroom has a sliding door and is equipped with a washing machine, a glass shower, a toilet plus bidet and an antique pink marble washbasin with mirror. Furthermore, you have a spacious double closet comfortably accessible from the bathroom and is located in the small hallway, offering you adequate shelf space for your belongings.
The apartment features stunning parquet flooring throughout; aluminium soundproof double glazed windows, beautiful eco-friendly, ecru-coloured curtains with matching blinds and a security door that will give you peace of mind during your stay.
Mobile internet connection is available upon request and upon verification.
Additional services:- Weekly cleaning service- Shopping delivery service (surcharge)- Pick-up on request
Parking:The closest parking area is the Parking Borromeo Piazza Borromeo 9 and it is approx. 100 meters away from the apartment
Public Transport:The metro lines available are the:- the MM1 Duomo and Cordusio stop,- the MM3 Duomo and Missori stop.
Area: The apartment is located in an enviable position in the centre of Milan, about 600 meters from Piazza Duomo and very close to the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, the Royal Palace and the Teatro alla Scala.Situated just around the corner you will find both the Biblioteca Ambrosiana, founded by the Cardinal of Borromeo in 1609 that collects valuable incunabula and first works and the Picture Gallery, which houses the Atlantic Code of Leonardo and a rich collection of works by Italian (Botticelli, Titiano and Caravaggio), and Flemish paintings and artists. Also, merely a short distance away you will find the Church of St. Sepulchre, that stands where once was the site Foro Romano. Amongst the many attractions in the area, you have the luxurious gastronomy of Peck, the French pastries of Ladurée, a place to acquire rich 'macaroons', the high-end world renown Uptown Fish Shop with fresh seafood and restaurant, and in the end, the chic myriad of shops and luxury boutiques of Via Torino.