The apartment has been renovated in 2016 and is furnished with some design objects by Artemis, Bontempi and Calligaris.Particularly peaceful, since it overlooks the inner court, the apartment is equipped with air conditioning and electric shutters in all rooms and it features a lighting system with numerous spotlights.
The apartment opens onto a foyer leading to the living room, which includes a TV stand, a French sofa bed (143 cm), two ottomans and a table for six. A door separates the living area from the kitchen, fully fitted and equipped with microwave and dishwasher, and with access to a balcony. The living area includes a first bathroom with shower.
The sleeping area begins with a corridor that includes a wall storage unit with washing machine, a double bedroom with large closet with sliding doors and TV, and a bathroom with shower. The showers in both bathrooms are equipped with overhead cascade effect and device for water temperature regulation.The apartment is tiled with hardwood-effect tiles.
ADDITIONAL SERVICESInternet: There is a mobile router, with limited availability.
PUBLIC TRANSPORTThe apartment is located in a very well connected part of the city, not far from the main attractions. It is just a few steps from the metro stations of Porta Romana and Crocetta (line 3), from which you can reach the Central station in just 10 minutes and the centre in about 5 minutes.
AREAThe area of Crocetta/Porta Romana is particularly convenient thanks to its proximity to other places of interest.
For art lovers, not far from the apartment, there is the Prada Foundation, an institution dedicated to contemporary art and culture that annually presents two exhibitions conceived by contemporary artists of international importance, and Rotonda della Besana, a building hosting the church of San Michele ai Nuovi Sepolcri, now used for art exhibitions.From the apartment, strategically located in an area well served by public transport, you can also easily reach Piazza Duomo, Piazza della Scala (location of the famous Teatro alla Scala), the Palazzo Reale and Museo del Novecento, which houses temporary exhibitions and permanent collections.
For those who want to shopping, the Fashion District is at a stone’s throw (enclosed between Via Montenapoleone, Via Manzoni, Via della Spiga and Corso Venezia), with some of the most exclusive jewelleries, boutiques and designer showrooms.
The area is also renowned for the presence of restaurants, clubs and bars. We recommend:- Lacerba, original restaurant-wine bar known for its excellent cocktails and culinary experiments;- Giulio Pane e Ojo, typical Roman tavern, preferring strong flavours and food quality;- Am Pizza, for an authentic pizza of excellent quality;- Osteria dell'Acquabella, where you can taste the traditional local cuisine in a rustic-modern atmosphere;- GluFree Bakery, for those who needs gluten-free products, but still love great food;- Don Juan and El Carnicero, to enjoy the best Argentine cuisine;- Trattoria La Vecchia Guardia, where you can try the typical traditional dishes from Lombardy and Tuscany.
Noteworthy is also the proximity to several clubs, especially for those wanting to experience the nightlife in Milan. We particularly suggest the 'Plastic', historic nightclub in Milan, perfect for an alternative night, and Magazzini Generali, a disco located in a former industrial sites on two levels, as well as a concert hall.