Rated 2 out of 5 by Jdav9014 This Hotel Was a Disappointment
We rarely stay at an airport hotel when traveling; but had been told by a colleague that the Sheraton was great and we had an early flight with a car drop off, so we booked a room the night before our flight.
Many problems; 1. the airconditioning was inadequate, this was the major reason we left our hotel in Torino, the room and public access areas were hot, the windows not insulated. 2. no robes 3. low flow water in the sink 4. room layout had a wall against the side I hit my head in the middle of the night getting up, 5.bill service on tv not working, 6.no music radio stations; only local rubbish, 7.only 1 checkout line with long queue (so we left without checking our bill) 8. there was an odd buzzing from the electrical wires in the room 9. The main dining area was "cold and too large atmosphere"; wine prices outrageous, and a strange bonging noise all through dinner as if calling the waiters to the kitchen
We would not return to the Sheraton on our many trips to Milan; and probably not in the states either considering our experience
4. Juli 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by max27 room facilities were substandard
we were dismayed to find the showerhead damaged and repaired with stickytape such that water sprayed everywhere and nade showering near impossible.the carpet under he writing desk was stained/dirty.the toilet seat was cracked.we informed staff next morning znd they were apologetic/dismayed-it seemed like they had heard it all before
16. Juni 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by TRX934 The Weirdest, Most Awkward Hotel
The Weirdest, Most Awkward Hotel
Hotel was built in what used to be a parking garage and still feels like such. Although brand new, it seems like nothing works and everything is broken. First room they gave me had a completely cracked window. In the second one, blinds and towel rack were hanging by a thread.
Was there in January and they could not heat the place up. Needed coat and gloves to roam common areas or to walk from room to elevator (which felt like kilometres!). Front desk employees working with coats and hats jumping up and down to try to keep warm does not qualify as a “Warm Italian Welcome”! In-room heating stops when you remove your key and leave. Was away all day so room was freezing upon return and the night was not long enough to bring the temperature back to normal (14C is OK for camping but unacceptable for hotel room!).
Was unlucky enough to be there when the hotel was hosting a conference of some sort. All resources were dedicated to the convention. This meant no access to the only dining room as it was reserved for convention attendees, tables and chairs from other common areas were removed and used for the convention. Going to the bar for a drink meant sitting at the bar (if a stool was free) as all tables and chairs had vanished!
Check-in takes forever, while check-out is even longer. I could go on and on but in a nutshell I found this place to be the weirdest, most awkward Hotel ever!
22. Januar 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Gaz62 Watch the security deposit and rude, bored staff
One week after arriving at the overpriced Sheraton, I am still waiting for my security deposit to be released.
In 30 years of staying in hotels I have never experienced this - on phoning the hotel, they blamed my bank, who had previously said it was the hotel.
And when is free internet not free - when you stay at the Sheraton - charged 3 euros for free wi-fi daily!
25. Oktober 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Worldtraveller1970 Worst hotelexperience this year
From check in to check out Milan Malpensa airport hotel really under delivered. Extremely unorganized and to a point very unhelpful. Almost slow motion like check in that took forever, but check out was even worse. Don´t bother asking for coffee at breakfast, head straight to the counter and talk to the barista. I´m most certain I will never stay at this hotel again.
28. September 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by AllyKat Nice except for the couple screaming all night
My husband and I spent our last vacation night in this Sheraton due to its excellent location in the airport.
Around 3:00 a.m., we were wakened. We could hear a couple screaming. It wasn't loud, but a man was yelling as if the TV was on low. I called the desk multiple times to complain and asked that they find the source of the noise and stop it. They said they could not find anything, and after several of my calls, said they frankly did not believe me. Finally, after a couple hours, I put my ear to the window glass and that amplified the sound so I knew the yelling must be in a room above or below. I called the desk and told them. Finally around 5 a.m., we heard pounding on a door, then silence. The phone rang. "We found them. We told them to stop."
The next morning I told the guy at checkout I had a complaint about the noise, and he became arrogant and disbelieving. No, there is not a manager to talk to until 9 a.m. (when our flight boarded!)
Everything else was nice, but this was a terrible way to spend the last night of our European vacation.
4. August 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by WwW8000 Not friendly staff
Checking in at Sheraton Malpensa is totally different than any Sheraton
staffs are very unfriendly and giving me the very very far away room from the elevator since I refuse the porter to take my luggage (I have my own reason: since I bring photography equipment and need to bring it by myself)
2. Juli 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Matt34 Mr.
the air conditioning in the hotel and both of our rooms did not work, the rooms were old and tired. the temp in the work out facility was at least 100 degrees.. the having to leave the key in the door to operate the lights etc in the room is a terrible idea....awful..
25. Juni 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by SPGcustomer99 Stench in the room
When we arrived the hotel was in disarray due to end of a cake convention. It took us some searching to find our room. Convention workers move room signs on the floor and hotel management did not supervise and keep order in the floor.
When we got to our room, we felt an smell initially we disregard it as humidity; but in the morning the stench was stronger, we took the task of finding its origin. We determine that it was the base of the matress. At check out, we complain and did not received any compensation.
30. Mai 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Poldhu99 A poor hotel
Good Reception staff who were helpful when I needed an electrical adaptor.
Room was good.
'Club' facility was very poor. I arrived about 7pm and the snack area was ver untidy and no staff on duty. I cleared my table and found a small tablecloth and had some of the remains of the food.
Next morning I returned to the Club and it was being set out for breakfast by one member of staff. She then went off somewhere. I realised there was no butter and tried to find a member of staff. Someone I found outside appeared to be annoyed at my request and went off to find someone. After 5 minutes I gave up and went to the restaurant downstairs. I asked for coffee from the bar and this eventually arrived and was disgusting - like brown luke warm water. I asked another member of if I could please have a cup of good Italian coffee. This arrived and was in the 'ok' category still only warm. Service was generally resentful.
A disappointing visit with the general areas very untidy. Lifts being out of action it was it was quicker to use the stairs.
28. Mai 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Gabby Slowest check in history
There are a lot of people on the front desk area but not enough working to check people in.
Our room key was broken and it took 4 hrs and several calls to get it fixed.
17. April 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Debra0214 Worst Night in Italy!
I chose the Sheraton at the Malpensa Airport in Milan, thinking I would pamper myself on my last night in Italy. The opposite turned out to be true. It was the worst stay of my entire trip.
The thermostat in the room was broken- they sent maintenance, but the room was either way too hot or way too cold all night...so I didn't sleep very well.
The cordless phone didn't work.
My electrical adapter wouldn't work in the bathroom, where I needed it...though it worked fine in the bedroom area. Of course, I'm sure the one they supplied (for a steep fee) would have worked.
There were limited number of free TV channels - mostly news channels. Anything else you wanted to watch, you had to pay. They charge you for just about everything you might even think about using - I'm surprised I didn't have to pay for the toilet paper.
No iron or ironing board- so I ended up wearing wrinkled clothes.
Wifi in your room runs 3 euros an hour or 13 Euros a day. It's free in the lobby - woo!
In Summary: It was a lousy stay in an overpriced room - and I felt like they just wanted to gouge my pocketbook at every turn. For all the problems - it certainly wasn't worth my money. I stayed in B-n-B's...this was my only hotel - the B-n-B's out shined this place by a few miles!
7. März 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by dan1972 4th category hotel not 4stars
this option is great for location because you can just step in the terminal after check out.
But the Sheraton brand is jeopardized at this facility.
I got a room that was literally 300 meters from elevators
although apparently very comfortable, had several flaws that are usually unacceptable in any hotel.
- the toilet had evident signs of rust under the border, poor cleanness
- the bidet had broken plug handle, impossible to use
-water pressure was allowing only a tiny wire of water to flow
- absolutely no hot water
- I had an early flight so I asked for setting up wake up call, never got any
- asked to get a trolley for luggage at my room at 6am and nobody showed up
in conclusion, expected services from an upscale hotel were not met, basic services like cleanness and flowing water+hot water also missing.
Can't believe this is Sheraton in 2012
20. September 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Bill41 Poor customer servicw
Have been a spggold member for about 6 years. Treated me like they didn"t care at all.Complained to Starwood and they said there was nothing they could do about the rude service,Doesnt say much about their preferred program.
20. April 2012