December 16, 2000
The price was right for us, $80 for two single beds, a private bath, and breakfast buffet. We were pleased to find an extremely friendly staff, a spotless hotel and nice size room which overlooked the street. The room provided a television (cable with CNNi), hairdryer and toiletries.
For visiting tourist sights, this locations is not as ideal as the Gran Duca di York. Nevertheless, we enjoyed the change of scenery because it gave us the opportunity to see a different side of Milan. We walked south towards the Teatro Della Scala by way of the fashion distric along the Via Manzioni and Via Spiga.
After ten days in France and Italy I was getting used to, but a little tired of, croissants, bread, butter and coffee. What a surprise and delight it is was to discover the breakfast spread the next morning at the Baviera. Cold cereal, yogurt, cheese, fruit, pastries and meats where in abundance. We ate well and took a taxi to the train station for our three hour trip to Zurich.
From journal Milan - Food, Accomodations & General Information