A pochi metri da corso Buenos Aires, una posizione ideale per muoversi a Milano.

Close to the shopping area of Corso Buenos Aires, a perfect location to stay in Milan

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A Different Morning in Milano

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    Where it is

    Located in a Sixties stye residential building with wide windows and balconies with plants overlooking viale Andrea Doria, Doria 44 is two minutes walking from Corso Buenos Aires, one of the busiest shopping roads in the world. Two metro lines (the red and the green ones) are available at Loreto station, just 50 meters far, as well as different buses and the taxi station in piazzale Loreto. The view from the balcony includes two important buildings of the famous milanese architect Gio Ponti: Montedoria building (1970) with its diamond cut green tiles and the Pirelli tower (1961), a landmark of modern architecture in Milan: definitely it is a tipical metropolitan milanese view that we put also in our logo made by the illustrator Michele Tranquillini.

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    What to reach easily

    The red line leads to piazza Duomo, piazza san Babila with top label fashion district, Sforzesco Castle, Cadorna train station (terminal of Malpensa Express) and either to the commercial fair in Rho or the one of Portello (inside the city limits). The green line passes through Central Station (terminal of the buses to and from Linate, Malpensa and Orio al Serio airports), Garibaldi Station with the ravish brand new towers of Porta Nuova district, and, again, Cadorna station.

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    The living room

    Doria 44 welcomes its guests with a spectacular full wall size black and white photo of Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, one of the icons of Milan, that is in the living room where the breakfast is served and it is possible to enjoy time for reading and for music. The furniture match italian design with handicraft works. Doria 44 is next to different bar and restaurants so that the area is lively and safe until late night, though not noisy and not affected by heavy traffic.


Doria 44 has four bedrooms, two with a double bed and two with a double bed plus a single bed. Each room has its own bathroom and wi-fi, tv, fridge, safe box, room cleaning and linen change every 3 days,(dayly on request) Breakfast is prepared and served by the two householders Giancarlo and Alessandro, both willing to share this first part of the day with you. In the library of the living room you can find art, design and photographs books. The corridor of the sleeping area is dominated by a computer art work of Carina Vanesa Aprile, dedicated to italian and international cities where our guests could come from.

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Each bedroom is nominated after the place of Milan that is represented in the black and white blow up image over the bed. The purpose is to create an effect of a window open to the city. You find water and coffee always available in the kitchen. Generally the check in is between 12 am and 6 pm, check out is within 10.30 am


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  • Secondary room

Starting from 90 per notte*

Stanza Guglie

A double bed and a bathroom in a room that overlooks a very quiet and bright courtyard. The photo in the room, shot by Marco Scarpa, is a view of different architectural styles (from middle age to the Fifties) from the roof of the cathedral among its statues. Bathroom is in grey.

*price for 1 person, 120€ for 2 persons

Fares will change in case of special events like the Salone del Mobile/Design week.

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  • Duomo120€-150€
  • Arco120€-150€
  • Guglie120€90€-
  • Naviglio120€90€-


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Tours available

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I musei e le principali mostre in corso a Milano

Cenacolo The Last supper

It is possible to visit the big fresco, the masterchief of Leonardo, every day only by



Teatro alla Scala

Until march 25th Verdi’s “I due Foscari”, still performances with Placido Domingo (until march 12th). From april 3rd to may 7th Umberto Giordano’s “La cena delle beffe”, stage director Mario Martone. About the ballet, until march 13th “The Nutcracker” music by Ciaikovskij, revisited by Nacho Duato. Until april 1rst “Don Chisciotte” with the famous coreography by Rudolph Nureyev.

The Simbolism. Arts in Europe from Belle Epoque to World War I

At Palazzo Reale 150 work (paintings, scultures and a precious selection of grafic art) to show a european movement based on myths and on the onirical relation between man and nature. Until june 5th



Alfons Mucha and the Art nouveau atmospheres

At Palazzo Reale the style of the cech artist Alfons Mucha, famous for his posters (expecially the ones of the diva Sarah Bernhard and decorative panels, but also for furniture and ceramics, peak of the production of Art Nouveau that represented the mood of Belle Epoque. Until march 12th



Umberto Boccioni: genius and memory

For the centennial of his death, Milan celebrates at Palazzo Reale with 250 works one of the main artists of the Futurism. Not only paintings and sculptures but also drawings, letters and other documents. From march 23rd to july 7th


Herb Ritts - In balance

Milan celebrates one of the most glamorous photographers of fashion world who nontheless managed to explore other worlds using his rigorous black and white. Always following the mistery and the seduction of  bodies. Until june 5th






Museo del Novecento

Italian XX century art from Futurismo up to Fontana who made a terrific neon light work located
in the main room of Arengario with a breathtaking view of Duomo. Open every day www.museodelnovecento.org


The house of design in Milan displays different exhibitions (some of them for free entrance) and a museum with an historical collection whose lay out changes once a year. See the program in www.triennale.it

Alfons Mucha e le atmosfere art nouveau

At Palazzo Reale, an hommage to the great cech illustrator, famous for his posters of Sarah Bernhardt, one of the superstars of the stage between XIX and XX century. Until march 20th





Henri Cartier-Bresson e gli altri- I grandi fotografi e l'Italia
How the great foreign photographers portrayed Italy along 80 years. Not only a social story of the country but also a grand tour of styles and techniques



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