The Hotel Principe di Savoia is centrally located in the business centre of Milan, close to many museums and elegant shopping districts, and is easily accessed from all parts of the city.
Milan has two airports, both used by domestic and international traffic. Malpensa is the main airport and is 50 kilometres north-east of the city (50 minutes from the hotel). There are connections via bus and trains to the Stazione Centrale and by the new FNME train, the Malpensa Express (www.malpensaexpress.it). If you are travelling on the Milano Ferrovie Nord, the early morning and late evening services are replaced by a bus from Via Leopardi, just to the left of the station.
Milan's other airport, Linate, is just seven kilometres from the city centre (20 minutes from the hotel). There are special airport buses at the air terminal on Piazza Luigi di Savoia, on the east side of Stazione Centrale. ATM urban transport buses also run every ten minutes from 5:30 am until around midnight between Linate and Piazza San Babila in the city centre. There is also a twice-daily connecting bus service between Linate and Malpensa, a 75-minute journey.
Most international and domestic trains arrive at the main Stazione Centrale (five minutes from the hotel), north-east of the city centre on Piazza Duca d'Aosta, at the hub of the metro network on lines MM2 and MM3. Quite a few trains, especially those from stations in the Milan region - Bergamo, Pavia, Como and the other western lakes - terminate at Garibaldi, Lambrate, Porta Genova and Nord, all on MM2 (the metro stop for Milan Nord is Cadorna), although these often also stop at Centrale.
The city is encircled by a multi-laned toll road, the Tangenziale, from which there are links onto the motorways for Venice and Turin (A-4), Genoa (A-7), and the Autostrada del Sole (A-1) for Bologna, Florence, Rome and the south. The hotel is 15 minutes from the highway.