Hotel Alessander is a modern 2-star hotel, located just south of Milan, near the Corvetto exit on the Tangenziale Est ring-road. The new Rho-Pero trade fair district is just 20 minutes from the hotel.
The hotel has been completely refurbished. Facilities for our clients include a TV room, breakfast room, bar service, and large, functional guest rooms, with all mod cons: private bathroom with shower, colour TV, mini-bar, air conditioning, direct phone line, alarm service, and free internet service.
Our hotel, open around the clock, is just 10 minutes from the centre of Milan, and the same distance from Linate airport and from the concert venue Forum di Assago (DatchForum). In addition, reaching other locations, including the Milan trade fair district (FieraMilanoCity), the Navigli district (the canals area, packed with nightlife venues, pubs and restaurants), the Istituto Europeo di Oncologia hospital and the F.S. Rogoredo railway station, is made quick and simple by the nearby underground MM3 Corvetto railway station and the 95 bus stop.
For guests arriving with their own car, we can provide, on demand, supervised car parking facilities.
The hotel is easy to reach when arriving by car, because it is located close to the principal traffic arteries approaching the city (the Tangenziale Est ring road, Corvetto exit). It can also be reached using public transport, and more specifically the MM3 underground railway (yellow line, Corvetto station), and the 95 bus stop, both of which are close to the hotel. The latter two facilities make it possible to reach all locations in Milan in just a few minutes, without having to venture into the chaotic city traffic. Some important locations include:
the Istituto Europeo di Oncologia hospital;
Forum di Assago (DatchForum), venue for important rock and pop concerts;
Via Montenapoleone, the most famous shopping street in Milan;
the Navigli canal district, and Porta Ticinese, popular night-life areas of Milan, with all sorts of venues, disco-pubs and picturesque street markets;
The latter two areas are in fact traditional residential districts, with houses featuring long communal balconies that have survived virtually unchanged over the centuries.
These districts were once working class areas, with a myriad of markets and shops. They have now become very fashionable, attracting artists, models, university students, and the rising stars of high society. But there is still a pleasant atmosphere, because a few crafts workshops have survived alongside the trendy nightlife venues.