Casa Cardinale Ildefonso Schuster: Description
Casa Cardinale Ildefonso Schuster is a 16th century building in the center of Milan a few steps from the Duomo.
The beauty and history of the Bramantesque cloisters commissioned by the Trivulzio family in the 16th century that were a convent, the headquarters of the National Guard after the Napoleonic suppression of 1798 and the seat of the Military Court, restored by architects such as Luca Beltrami, Cesare Nava and Antonio Cassi Ramelli, make this location unique for your events.
The hotel has 5 meeting rooms that can accommodate from 40 to 480 people and are suitable for corporate events, congresses, training courses and press conferences.
- Salone Pio XII: a magnificent 16th-century cloister, transformed into a hall by the illustrious architect Antonio Cassi Ramelli in the early 1950s, which can accommodate up to 480 people.
- Sala Armida Barelli and Sala Giuseppe Lazzati: both late 19th-century halls with beautiful coffered ceilings that can accommodate up to 70 people.
- Sala Piero Panighi: this is a barrel-vaulted room with a view of the cloister, which can accommodate 90 people.
- Sala Vittorio Bachelet: this hall is located on the first floor and has a maximum capacity of 40 people.
Due to its strategic location in the centre of Milan, Casa Cardinale Ildefonso Schuster can be reached in a few minutes from the Missori and San Babila metro stations.
The location is close to many attractions such as: the Duomo of Milan, Castello Sforzesco, Teatro alla Scala and Palazzo Reale.
People with disabilities
Barrier Free Path
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Halls for events of Casa Cardinale Ildefonso Schuster
Salone Pio XII
Aula 3 - Piero Panighi
Aula 1 - Armida Barelli
Aula 2 - Giuseppe Lazzati
Aula 4 - Vittorio Bachelet
- Video Projector
- Flip Chart
- Sound System
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Casa Cardinale Ildefonso Schuster is located at Via Sant'Antonio 5, 600 metres from Missori Metro Station.