Cozy Loft Style Apartment with 2 floors in Milan, Navigli-Tortona neighborhood (Fashion and Design district) in a
15 minutes from Milan City Center (Duomo), available for renti for short (min. 3 days) or long period 4/6 Weeks.
Are you visiting or working in Milan for the Salone del Mobile (International Design Week) ?
Are you in Milan for the Fashion Week ?
Are you simply looking for a cool place where to stay for few days or weeks ?
Are you visiting Milan for some shopping, great food, bars and fun ?
This is your place !
Cozy 2-floor loft in Milan, Navigli-Tortona (Fashion and Design district). 15 minutes from Milan City Center (Duomo)
The apartment is on the 1st floor (no elevator, like in the good old times) overlooking a very quite and wonderful inner court full of plants and flowers.
95 mq attic - on two floor - sleeps 2 in a comfy Queen Bed + in additional Sofa Bed.
- Fully equipped with kitchen, fridge, freezer, electric kettle, all pots and pans needed.
- Living room with huge sofa, TV 65" with italian cable tv
- One Bathroom (2nd floor) with enourmous shower and bathtub
- Onse smaller Bathroom (1st floor) with Washing machine (and Iron)
- Heating with Nest Thermostat (you can remotly control it with your Mobile)
- Air conditioning !
Available for renting for short or long period.
This is a perfect location for a single or a couple to enjoy Milan and the Zona Tortona (fashion and design district) and Navigli Districts. (Water Canals)
Close to Porta Genova (Subway), is ideally located for fairs and events in the Zona Tortona, or if you work for one of the many fashions, advertising or digital companies in the area.
The area is full of nice and cool bars, restaurants, shops.
The district is great for hang-out in the evening for real milanese "aperitivo" and for a nigh out with friends.
5 min. from Metro station Porta Genova or Sant'Agostino (Green Line N.2)
5 min. from Tram stop N. 9 (goes to P.ta Romana and Central Station)
5 min. from Tram stop N. 2 (goes to Duomo and City Center )
Interaction with guests
Let me know if you need any tips or recommendations on how to have fun in Milan, and I'll be happy to support