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In the area that includes the San Siro Hippodrome and the Palalido sports center, the 4 star Best Western Hotel Astoria is one of Milan's closer hotels to the San Siro stadium, easy to reach and from which you can quickly arrive at the exposition spaces of Fieramilanocity and Fiera Milano.

 

The public transit stops and the easy access to the highway network make the business Hotel Astoria the preferred destination for business travelers coming from international airports, as well as leisure travelers who want to move around with ease in the center of Milan.

 

The Best Western Hotel Astoria is easily reachable from the De Angeli (MM1) Metro station - with only 4 stops on tram number 16 - and from the MM1 Amendola/ Fiera Metro stop in 10 minutes on foot.

 

Milan is a fascinating city that offers its visitors the shopping in the Quadrilatero della Moda (Fashion District) which starts on Via Montenapoleone, the nightlife of Navigli and the trendy nightclubs on Corso Como, the restaurants of Brera, the performances at the La Scala Theater, the contemporary art exhibits of the Triennale and the masterpiece of Leonardo Da Vinci, 'The Last Supper’, which can be seen in the Dominican convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie.

 

Milano Convention Center

The 4 star Best Western Hotel Astoria is 2 km from the MCC (Milan Convention Center), the renowned center for conferences and events, a few minutes from the City Life and Porta Nuova areas, where important urban space redevelopment projects are concentrated, and with a view toward the future, the Universal Exposition (Expo) of 2015; new offices, residences and commercial activity will place Milan in a new phase of development which will give the city a Museum of Contemporary Art and a new public park.