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Reviewed 6 January 2017

When you enter the grounds of the hotel, your first reaction is Wow! That's nice. Even the reception are, although quaint and old-fashioned, has a lot of charme.
The story changes when you are up in the rooms. The bedding is old (the mattress probably had about fifteen years at least), the TV is small with Italian channels (I rarely saw a cathodic tube TV in hotels recently), the plugs were not the Schuco standards and an adapter was needed for Italian small plugs (have not seen that in ten years in Italy, where usually at least one EU standard Schuco plug is available). The sleep is good, despite the old bed, until the nearby bells start ringing (on the church).
Overall this would be a great hotel if an investment was made to renovate the rooms. Pitty for that.

Room tip: As far away from the church bell as possible
Date of stay: September 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled on business
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Thank globaleuro
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Reviewed 20 November 2015

The hotel was booked for me as a group attending a big exhibition at Fiera Milan.
Arrived Sunday night so no restaurant available but found one locally.
The hotel is family owned and run. It was reputedly the second home of Enzo Ferrari and Arcore is Berlusconi's home town. It is rustic but cosy. The rooms are adequate and comfortable and clean but a little noisy from about 6 a.m. The restaurant is excellent with a decent choice of really good proper Italian food. Breakfast is continental and well supplied. It is next stop up from Monza and reachable by train from Bergamo (R14), 2 stops to Rho Fiera (S8/S11) but only one good connection per hour so timing is everything! S8 goes directly into Garibaldi Station and Milan centre. The staff at the hotel are lovely. If you don't want swankyMilan this does the business at a very reasonable price. Thoroughly recommend it.

Room tip: Double room away from road at back
Date of stay: November 2015
  • Trip type: Travelled on business
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Thank johnhO6907JI
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Reviewed 1 October 2015 via mobile

What an unbelievable family owned and operated hotel and restaurant near Monza. It has a charming environment and is really a hidden gem that we will surely come back to in the future. Much history here as well as it was essentially the second home to Enzo Ferrari and his team when they came to Monza. The walls of the restaurant rich in racing history.

Date of stay: October 2015
Trip type: Travelled with family
Thank Timothy P
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Reviewed 8 September 2015

If you want a change from the usual bland 'chain' hotels, this has plenty of Italian character. That means it's a bit frayed round the edges - loose stair rods, old fashioned bedrooms - but that's part of the charm. This is backed up by clean rooms and really friendly and obliging staff and an excellent restaurant. If the weather is good - which it seems to be most of the time in the summer/early autumn - eating outside adds to the atmosphere and enjoyment of a limited but delicious menu. Parking is easy (although busy on Saturday night) and the location is perfect for the station or the Monza race track (15 minutes via the back entrance). The autostrada is about 15 mins in the other direction. The church bells right next door stop in the evening, which is very civilised and add to the pleasant small-town feeling. And it's not over-expensive and wifi is little hit and miss when busy but it's free. Really worth a visit - particularly if you enjoy motor racing and appreciate the posters and photos on the walls.

Date of stay: September 2015
  • Trip type: Travelled on business
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Thank mauriceh822
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Reviewed 25 June 2015

We stayed at this family-run hotel whilst racing at the Monza track. We arrived after the lunch service but the staff kindly arranged for a salad and glass of wine which was much appreciated. However good the service, food (outside eating was very pretty) and wine it cannot hide the fact that this is a very dated hotel. Our room was not good and we should have been moved but as we were at the circuit most of the day, we never really got time to sort it out. This hotel has some good photos of old racing drivers but not enough is made of its convenient position to the Monza Circuit. It should have been swamped with people wanting a hotel convenient to the circuit but the rooms were disappointing. The breakfast was good and the Breakfast Manager was excellent. Tables outside for breakfast would have been a good idea but seating outside was in the wrong place and not at all inviting. The front lawns would have been much better. Cleaners and evening waiter good. The owners should take a look at Hotel du France in Le Mans to see what can be done to exploit the motor racing scene.

Date of stay: June 2015
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank Tatticorum
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