Mita Milano Rooms&Apartment

Mita Milano Rooms&Apartment

Bed & Breakfast in the fiera milano city

Since 2009 MITA Milano has been offering you independent solutions in an attic in the City Life of Milan.

The rooms with exclusive terrace and private bathroom with window, have separate and direct accesses to the bedrooms

The green tiled building that houses our B&B is 50 meters away from the MM Buonarroti stop of the red underground line.

Upon your arrival you will find a welcome cabaret and a selection of drinks in the minibar.

Siate i Benvenuti!

Location and style
Our B&B is located at Milano art and culture location, in an area of great archaeological and architectural merit, quiet, for enjoying a stunning panorama, in the old city centre nearby Fiera Milano City. "Mita Milano Rooms&Apartment" is a prestigious home where the echoes of times past linger in sounds, scents and emotions.

Travellers staying with us will be able to stroll around the lights and colours of the shopping streets enjoy the scenery and experience local cuisine on various food and wine tours, take in countless cultural events and unique exhibitions, exploring museums and exhibition areas, wander amid the scents and sounds of the area's many gardens.
Nearby our guests will find examples of our heritage and various tourist attractions sports facilities and gyms for keeping in shape. Any football fans can catch their team playing at nearby stadium "Stadio Giuseppe Meazza di Milano (San Siro) ".

Our residence is the perfect location for families who like to travel and want to feel at home, for work and business trips, for a dream vacation in a discreet, romantic setting.

Accommodation features
our guests receive en-suite bathroom in every room, free Wi-Fi, heating rooms, come back at any time of day, car park, parking space, a landscaped garden, large terrace.

Our rooms
Our air-conditioned rooms include hair dryer, internet access, TV, dressing table, mini-bar.
We can accommodate up to 10 travellers in:

1 room "Studio" will accommodate 4 people
3 room "Camera Doppia" will accommodate 2 people

The hosts speak fluent Italian, English, French.
Getting around
The location makes our facility ideal for moving around the city with subway stations within walking distance (Metro Rossa - Buonarroti, Metro Rossa - De Angeli, Metro Rossa - Pagano, Metro Rossa - Amendola Fiera, Metro Rossa - Wagner, Metro Lilla - Tre Torri).

Free Wifi
Hair dryer
Air Conditioning
Historic house
Romantic Atmosphere

Photo gallery


All features

Various information

  • Parking
  • English speaker
  • French speaker

House features

  • Historic house

Services of the house

  • Garden
  • Terrace

Location and surroundings

  • City centre
  • Panoramic view
  • Archeologic area / near monuments
  • Near (within 10 mins) pubblic transports
  • Near (within 45 mins) train station / airport / port

Bathroom facilities

  • Bath tub
  • Monodose products

Room facilities

  • TV
  • Mirror or luggage case
  • Fridge


  • Sofa / armchairs


  • Guides / maps / books available
  • Presents

Holiday themes - house features

  • Family
  • Business
  • Romantic atmosphere

Our breakfast

Breakfast is at your disposal upon request and consists of tea and / or coffee, water, fruit juices, croissants, biscuits, sweets and jams. All products are packaged and sealed.

Our rooms

Camera Doppia

Camera Doppia

Maximum Guests: 2
Breakfast included
Ensuite bathroom


Maximum Guests: 4
Optional breakfast
Ensuite bathroom


Maximum Guests: 4
Optional breakfast
Ensuite bathroom

Blog, news and offers


Aug 18, 2020

10 Reviews

Mita Milano Rooms&Apartment - Overall Rating 8.4/10


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You will be hosted by Alessandro

My name is Alessandro Bianchi 51, I have been managing my B&B for more than ten years and I am here to offer the best solutions for you and for your mobility in Milan

Area Fiera Milano City

History The new exhibition centre in Rho-Pero opened in 2005, 85 years after the first Trade Fair in April 1920. The Fiera’s move outside Milan benefitted the city by eliminating traffic problems caused by big events and by freeing up a highly valuable area. An international tender for the redevelopment of the old Fiera area, seeking to create an unprecedented level of connectivity with the surrounding urban context, concluded in 2004. The CityLife project won the competition due to the high level of architectural and environmental quality it offered. The 20 exhibition halls, with a total volume of about 2, 500, 000 m3 (88, 000, 000 cu ft), were demolished and submit to remediation in 2007 and 2008. Painstaking efforts were made to protect and recover the area’s stock of trees, 120 of which were saved and relocated in the public parks over Milan. Since 2007 a Permanent Environmental Observatory has worked to protect the surrounding districts. Administered by local public authorities, it controls the noise, dust and environmental impact during all stages of construction, using among other things, sound-absorbing and dust protective. At the end of July 2014, Generali Group reached an agreement with Allianz to become sole owner of CityLife, through the acquisition of the remaining 33% of the company that manages CityLife. At the same time, Allianz will acquire Il Dritto and part of the residential district within the area. CityLife has also reached a binding agreement with the financial institutions financing the project to redefine some terms and conditions of the original deal. [1] Development project CityLife from above – Largo Domodossola (2007 rendering) General project and layout The project involves the construction of three skyscrapers, with dedicated areas for offices, stores, restaurants and services. The luxury residential area will cover about 164, 000 m2 (1, 770, 000 sq ft), with around 1, 300 apartments (housing about 4, 500 people). In addition, more than 50% of the available area, 170, 000 m2 (1, 800, 000 sq ft) are dedicated to green spaces. There will also be underground parking space for around 7, 000 vehicles. Further to the existing public transportation network, the CityLife area will be served by a new extension of the metro line 5, with a dedicated station at the centre of Piazza Tre Torri. Construction Timeline of completed works: 2009–13 Daniel Libeskind Residences; Zaha Hadid Residences 2010 Green parterres 2010–12 Underground line (work as pertaining to CityLife) 2012–15 Il Dritto ("The Straight One") – Allianz Tower 2013 Park (first portion of 25, 000 m2 (270, 000 sq ft)) 2013–15 Park (second portion of 33, 000 m2 (360, 000 sq ft)) 2013–18 Shopping district 2014–17 Lo Storto ("The Twisted One") – Generali Tower 2015–16 Park (later portion) Timeline of works under construction: 2016–20 Il Curvo ("The Curved One") Sustainability CityLife is equipped with some alternative energy systems. Its installations mainly use sources such as ground water, district heating, and photovoltaics. The Tre Torri offices have been awarded the GOLD level LEED™ pre-certification, but actual accreditation and post-occupancy performance is yet to be conducted and confirmed. Smart mobility CityLife is the largest car-free area in Milan and one of the biggest in Europe. Cars can reach garages and parking areas along an innovative underground road system. A cycle and pedestrian path crosses the area from east to west. Broad avenues lead from the residences to the centre of the district where to find shops, bars and restaurants overlooking the park.

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Mita Milano Rooms&Apartment

Via Michelangelo Buonarroti, 38 - Milano (MI) - Directions

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