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Milan is a city of luxury, high fashion and elegance, and as such, it has state of the art hotels with all kinds of facilities and services. But all that comes at a high price. So, if you are looking for a cheaper option, there are also quite a few hostels in Milan, so you don’t have to go far to find one. They are suitable if you are travelling on a budget, plus the price includes free WI-FI, parking and in some cases breakfast.
Hostels in Milan – New Generation Hostel
According to people who have stayed at New Generation Hostel, this is definitely a place to spend a few days at. The furniture is new, the private bathrooms renovated and as other hostels it has a shared kitchen that is quite spacious. Wi-Fi is free and there is a mini-market and a games room at the hostel. A bed in a 6-bed room is around 15 euro.
New Moon Resort Hostel in Milan
Is another such higher-class hostel with prices per room starting from 40 euro. The staff speak English and Romanian, the rooms are clean and air-conditioned as well as accessible for disabled people. There is satellite TV and Wi-Fi in each room and the hostel is close to a tram station.
As the name itself says, features 12 colorful rooms. They have private bathrooms equipped with a hairdryer and there’s also a games room with table tennis and video games. The metro station is just 5 minutes away. Prices start from 25 euro.
A bit cheaper is Milano Hostel, but it nonetheless has everything you need. The rooms include a TV, air-conditioning and wireless internet. Breakfast is complementary, while at only 200 meters from the hostel is the Loreto station.
Although the Monastery Hostel is set in a former convent, it is nothing like one. The recognizable black and white pattern gives the hostel a unique look. There’s a free laundry room, and the kitchen is available 24 hours a day. Prices vary from 15-40 euro, depending on the room.
Central Hostel Milano
Central Hostel Milano has a great location in the city’s shopping district and is near several restaurants where guests can eat at a discount. The red and white rooms are quite modern and come at an average price of 50 euro per twin room.
Just 5 minutes away from Corso Buenos Aires is the Koala Hostel, a 50-room hostel, with a 24-hour open front desk. There’s also a lounge and the kitchen is shared.
The first impression you get when you enter Zebra Hostel is that it looks like a playground. However, it is a decent hostel, with clean rooms, shared bathrooms and lockers in every room. The average price per bed is 20 euro.
Is a simple one, but has a beautiful little garden. Rooms have a balcony and its location is pretty good as well, near San Siro. For just above 15 euro you can get a bed in one of the dormitories.
Ostello Burigozzo 11
Offers comfortable accommodation in a quiet area. Rooms have bathrooms and the kitchen is available at all times. Rooms accommodate 6-16 people, with prices starting from 23 euro per person.