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The Pastel Home

Adorned with art, inspired by Paris

A modern build, the two-bedroom Pastel Home was renovated in 2014.
It has all the features you would want in a contemporary home with the bonus of some modernist design pieces.

Like the other homes, it’s filled with greenery and artwork, including pictures by artist Romina Ressia and origami pieces by Uros Mihic. The apartment comes with a wide range of amenities such as high-speed WiFi internet, air conditioning and top-range Sonos stero speakers. It sleeps up to five.

Airbnb super host

It’s hard to explain with the words, actually. The place itself, was one of the best places I have ever stayed so far; (regarding that it was my 4th airbnb travel only in Milan) extremely clean, perfect location (the place is on Corso Buenos Aires; the longest shopping street of Europe, and appartment’s entrance is inside a gallery, which is 2 mins walking by Loreto metro stop, just across the street), and the furnishing can be explained with only one word; unbelievable. On first sight, I’ve understood that even the tiniest parts of the place have been chosen too carefully. …
(Emrecan, Nov 2017)

Constanza is such an amazing host, a true Milanese that have a great taste for design, that reflects on all the details inside the apartment, it’s a perfect location that easily commute to everywhere and sits in a very stylish and classic neighborhood. She also provide very detail guide to have a true authentic Milan experience, and always give super quick response. Highly recommended.
(Yimeng, Oct 2017)

Location

The full address is Corso Buenos Aires 77a.
The entrance is inside Buenos Aires Gallery, on the right, in front of a cafeteria. Check on Google Maps below for the exact location.

Check in Google Maps

How to get there

You’ll be able to find the Pastel Home using GPS. Or feel free to give me a call on +39 393 5643501. I’m more than happy to explain how to find the place. There’s secure parking in a garage at via Andrea Doria 48. It usually costs €20/24hr but my guests get a reduced tariff of €15. You can also park along the street on the blue lines (€2/hr from 8am to 7pm, free at night and on public holidays). There’s a big parking lot between via Andrea Doria 52 and via Andrea Doria 56.

By foot: Take the exit on the left-hand side of the station. Take via Andrea Doria straight down towards Piazzale Loreto. Go into the Buenos Aires Gallery from via Andrea Doria 56 and inside you’ll find the building entrance, 77a, right in front of a cafeteria.
By taxi: 10 minutes depending on traffic. It costs about €10.
By subway: Take the green line for two stops, getting off at Loreto. The station has many exits but look for the Piazza Argentina exit. It’s then a 5-minute walk from there.

Linate 
By taxi: The taxi ride from Linate Airport takes 30 minutes depending on traffic, and costs about €20.
By bus: Take the 73 bus from the airport to San Babila metro station. It costs €1.5 and leaves every 10 minutes. From San Babila take the red line on the metro towards Sesto FS and get off at Loreto. The station has many exits but look for the Piazza Argentina exit. It’s a 5-minute walk from there.

Malpensa
By taxi: The flat price is €95. I can otherwise book a private driver for you at a discounted rate of €80. It’s about a 40-minute journey.
By train: The Malpensa Express comes every 30 minutes and will take you directly to Cadorna subway stop in half an hour. From there, take the red line on the metro towards Sesto FS and get off at Loreto. The station there has many exits but look for the Piazza Argentina exit. It’s then a 5-minute walk.

Orio Al Serio
By taxi: The taxi ride will cost about €100. I can otherwise book a private driver for you at a discounted rate of €85. It’s about a 40-minute journey depending on traffic.
By bus: Take the Orio shuttle bus from the airport to Milan Central train station. It costs €5 and leaves every 15 min. At the train station, you can take the taxi or the tram (see above for further directions from Milan Central train station)

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