Crowne Plaza Milan - Linate

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Via K. Adenauer 3 San Donato San Donato Milanese 20097


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03/15/2024 – 11/30/2024


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Venue Highlights


Room features and guest services

  • Concierge services
  • Internet access
  • Laundry service
  • Luggage storage
  • Room service


  • Onsite catering
  • Onsite restaurant
  • Onsite security
  • Pet friendly
  • Wheelchair accessible

Business services

  • AV capabilities
  • Business center
  • Video conference

AV capabilities

  • AV equipment
  • High speed internet (300Mbps)

Venue accessibility

  • Airport shuttle
  • Bus
  • Subway
  • Taxi
  • Train


  • Piano
  • Staging area

Distance from airport

  • 4.35 mi. from venue


  • Complimentary parking
  • Paid parking€7.00 / day
  • Street parking
  • Bus parking

Crowne Plaza Milan - Linate Meeting Space

Total meeting space37,674 sq. ft.
Meeting rooms14
Largest room24,757 sq. ft.
Second largest room13,692 sq. ft.
Exhibit Space24,757 sq. ft.

Guest Rooms

Total guest rooms436
Double (2 beds)380

Local Attractions


12 km away
Discover all the stores that make Scalo Milano Outlet & More a unique destination for your shopping. You will find opening times, contacts, each store location and all the details not only about the boutiques of the most famous brands, from fashion to accessories, from cosmetics to sport, but also about restaurants, cafes and show rooms of the best furniture and design brands
Via Milano 5

Teatro alla Scala

12 km away
From the ashes of the Ducal Theatre arose the famous alla Scala Opera commissioned by the Empress Maria Theresa of Austria and inaugurated on 3 August 1778. Its name derives from the site on which the theatre was built, namely the Church of Santa Maria alla Scala, which stood here. Place of the Italian Opera, la Scala sees performing over the years masters and important artists: from Rossini to Donizetti, Bellini to Verdi. Rebuilt after the bombing of 1943, was inaugurated for the second time in 1946 with a concert conducted by Arturo Toscanini, formerly artistic director. Since 1951, by Victor De Sabata, artistic director at the time, the season of La Scala opens on 7 December, Saint Ambrose's day, the patron saint of Milan. Between January 2002 and December 2004 the ladder tackles the deeper historical building restoration, and modernization of the stage, since the end of World War II. On 7 December 2004 Riccardo Muti will inaugurate la Scala with Salieri's "Europa Riconosciuta" restored, the work that he had baptized in 1778.

Duomo di Milano

Historical landmark
8 km away
The Duomo of Milan is the largest and most complex Gothic building in Italy, made of white rosé marble. It has a length of 157 meters and covers an area of 11,700 square meters. The greater spire reaches a height of 108.5 meters and on the top of the latter is placed in October 1774 the golden statue of the Madonna. The construction of the Duomo of Milan begins in 1386 and was wanted by Gian Galeazzo Visconti, with a twofold intent: renew the sites of worship in the heart of Milan and celebrate the Lordship Viscontea and its ambitious expansionist policy. The interior has a Latin cross plant, deep choir and polygonal apse. The style is predominantly late-Gothic with the addition of classical elements dating back to the Counter-Reformation period, when the presbytery, the high altar, the pulpits and some side altars take shape. From the terraces, accessed by elevator or stairs, you can admire the whole city of Milan.

Cenacolo Vinciano

11 km away
The last supper of Leonardo da Vinci's most famous depiction of the last supper of Christ in the history of Western art. To make more immersive impersonation Leonardo focused on expressions and gestures of the Apostles. The scene of the last supper in the last supper of Leonardo da Vinci is set within an architectural space. The coffered ceiling is decorated with a chest of drawers. On the walls are hung with some wall hangings. On the back wall there are three Windows. On the table there are dishes and dishes with attention to detail. The big board behind which sat the Apostles and Christ occupies all the horizontal portion. Jesus is at the Center alone. His arms are put down on the table and the face is tilted. The Apostles are arranged in groups of three on his right and on his left. The Apostle Peter is fourth from the left. The episode depicted in the last supper of Leonardo da Vinci's the last supper.

Palazzo Reale

8 km away
The splendid building of Palazzo Reale was created as the seat of the commune and later became the Palace of the Lords of Milan. At present, its seat is used for the preparation of temporary exhibitions that find space in its halls rich in frescoes of great prestige. The Royal Palace houses the Cathedral Museum and the Museum of Contemporary Art. In the vicinity of the royal Palace stands the famous La Scala theatre. The origins of the royal Palace are very ancient: it was the seat of the city government since the Middle Ages. In the second half of the eighteenth century, under Austrian rule, the palace was covered with ornaments and decorations. Since then it was the palace of rulers, from Maria Teresa to Napoleon, from Ferdinando I to the Savoy King of Italy. In 1920 the Royal palace became the property of the Italian state and was open to citizens ' visits. The bombings of 1943 destroyed the building in part and only today, after the exhausting projects twenty years of recovery and restoration, we can see the complete restitution of the palace to the city of Milan.

Pinacoteca di Brera

12 km away
The Brera art gallery, located in the famous and picturesque district of Milan, occupies the first floor of the 17th century Palazzo Brera and collects 38 salt masterpieces of Italian artists from the 14th to the 19th century and some of the greatest artists. Among the most famous Piero della Francesca, Raffaello, Mantenga, Bramante, Caravaggio, Tintoretto, Bellini, Bronzino. In the courtyard entrance you can see the work of Canova that represents the effigy of Napoleon. Among the best known is the "dipini tracks here kept the marriage of the Virgin" by Raphael, Mantegna's dead Christ "", "Mercy" by Bellini. In the Centre of the courtyard is the bronze statue Napoleon I carved by Canova. From the courtyard you can also access some classrooms where the lessons of the Academy of fine arts. The Brera Gallery suffered extensive damage from the second world war and between 1946 and 1950 was almost completely rebuilt by the architect Piero Portaluppi: the architect of the great families of Milan. Brera art gallery was built by Maria Theresa of Austria in 1776: was supposed to be a collection of exemplary works for the training of students from the Academy of fine arts. Subsequently the collection, at the behest of Napoleon, was transformed into a museum that aimed to expose the most important paintings from the Italian territory.

Castello Sforzesco

Historical landmark
11 km away
Fortress defensive, residence, military barracks, seat of museums and cultural institutions: different and complex were the transformations that over the centuries have changed the Castello Sforzesco, among the most representative and popular monuments of Milan. Filippo Maria Visconti elected the Castello Sforzesco to residence, continuing in the activity of consolidation and construction of a real fortilizio. Later it was Francesco Sforza, who became lord of Milan in 1450, to give great impetus to the reconstruction of the badly damaged building between 1447 and 1450. Today Castello Sforzesco is home to the civic museums and since 1896 houses one of the largest artistic collections in the city. From 2015 in the halls of the old Spanish Hospital of the castle is the Museum of Pietà Rondanini: a museum entirely dedicated to Michelangelo's last masterpiece. Finally, inside the Castello Sforzesco there are some important archives and libraries, such as the Art Library, the historical archives, the Trivulziana Library, the archaeological and Numismatic Library, the collection of the "Achille Bertarelli" prints, the Civic Photographic Archive and the collection Vinciana

Navigli (Water canals)

10 km away
Navigli milanesi history begins in the second half of the 12th century with the building of the first fairway. Milan is a city covered by water, crisscrossed by rivers and canals regulated by ingenious engineering. The first Canal was opened in 1179 and with its 50 km length gave way to the construction of the Naviglio Grande. Great engineers started the project that today we can still admire thanks to the innovative system of sluices designed by Leonardo da Vinci in the late fifteenth century. Over the years the canals were neglected and in 1977 the State handed the management of the Martesana Canal to the region, which in 1980 started a project of rehabilitation of the area. The ships were very popular and were the haunt of small shops and markets. Currently the Navigli area is characterized by the presence of so many artists, models, musicians and students thanks to the presence of numerous clubs and restaurants that make this area of Milan a real pole of attraction. The atmosphere is very particular and Navigli surrounding landscape is really exciting to look at.


Ideal setting for meetings, events and for business travellers, Crowne Plaza Milan Linate is located 8 km from Milan city center and 7 km from Milan Linate Airport. Easy to reach thanks to the proximity to the highways and to Rogoredo Subway and Train Station (Frecciarossa and Italo stops). The hotel is provided with a wide attended parking. We offer 436 rooms, two restaurants to satisfy everyone’s tastes (the elegant à la carte “Il Giardino” and the large buffet "Il Buongustaio"), a fitness area with sauna, “La Galleria” bar where to spend the evening enjoying drinks and music and a Congress Center with 14 meeting rooms that can accommodate from 6 to 330 attendees. Essential and widely appreciated part of the hotel is the ExpoPlaza Conference & Exhibition Centre, a 2300 sqm multifunctional area where to organize every type of event, from a conference with 1500 guests theatre style to a cocktail reception up to 1500 persons. Using lights, colors and evocative settings and counting on the experience of our staff, every event at Crowne Plaza Milan Linate will be a great success!


High season
May 6 – Jul 7
Aug 30 – Nov 29
Shoulder season
Jan 19 – Feb 29
Nov 30 – Dec 20
Mar 1 – May 5
Low season
Dec 21 – Dec 31
Jul 8 – Aug 29
Jan 1 – Jan 18