Rated 5 out of 5 by kexxxey The hotel has comfortable beds
Very cosy blanket and pillows, after hours and days of flights, when fighting a jet-lag there was nothing better than jump into a hotel bed and get a high quality sleep.
Breakfast healthy options are great as well.
February 21, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Amy25 nice but slow response
still waiting for statements of charges that i stayed on jan. 29' feb.2 feb 3 feb 4
February 15, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by HKLON Modern and comfortable
Spacious space inside the room and comfortable bed.
Good place to stay for business.
Breakfast is average but the staff is very helpful.
Downside is you might be given a room at the far end and it's a long walk from the lift to your room.
February 9, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by FaroFlyer Sheraton Malpensa
Hotel is very convenient for the airport and is only a short walk. Room service food was fine and reasonably priced. WiFi was weak but wired OK.
Big negative is noise. The hotel advertises rooms as "Fully soundproofed" which is mainly true against external noise, but totally untrue about internal noise from doors, trolleys, staff and guests.
This would definitely not be a suitable hotel for day use as noise starts before 07:00 and continues.
January 31, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by paulygurl Malpensa experience
Love the mountain view and supper short walk to airport.
January 27, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by lglobe Great way to finish a trip in Europe!
What a great way to end a trip in Europe!!!
This hotel is conveniently located next to the main terminal and you feel in a secluded area. This is not your common hotel. It is luxurious and the staff is amazingly responsive. If you ever have an early morning flight out of Malpensa airport, this is the place to stay.
January 24, 2014
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!
January 22, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by DCGuy2777 Best Airport Hotel
I've stayed in many hotels, this is one of the best airport properties. It is literally connected to the airport. There is a small Carrefour store in the terminal around the corner from the hotel.
I was able to check-in for my flight, go back to the hotel for breakfast, and not worry about missing my flight.
If you are flying out of Milan, I recommend this property.
December 16, 2013