It is not very easy to find affordable accommodation in Milan. Nor is finding accommodation overnight, so-called walk-ins, especially during fairs. Therefore, you are advised to book well in advance, for instance using Milano Hotels Central Booking.
If you are travelling with your pet, you may stay at Hotel Virgilio on via P.L. da Palestrina 30), business-class Michelangelo (via Scarlatti 33), or Nuovo Biscione (via Santa Maria Flucorina 15).
Should you be more into family-run hotels, make a reservation at Antica Locanda dei Mercanti (via San Tomaso 6), where you will not find a TV, and breakfast is announced by a tolling bell.
A similar atmosphere is to be experienced at Vittoria (via Pietro Calvi 32), located only a 10-minute walk away from the cathedral.
Hotel Principe di Savoia (Piazza della Repubblica 17) is intended for customers that value luxury. At your disposal is a rooftop fitness club with a pool and a magnificent view of the city, as well as a presidential suite.
The most luxurious hotel in town, Four Seasons Milan, is located in the commercial district of Quadrilatero on via Gesu 8. Cloister cells have been repurposed to suit the needs of the guests. Reservations should be made several months ahead.
Right next to La Scala, you will find Park Hayatt (via Tommaso Grossi 1). The rooms are adorned with Venice glass chandeliers, while walls are laid with travertine, also known as Egyptian alabaster.