The Youth Hostel Piero Rotta in Milan, is part of the Hostelling International association of Hostels in Italy and it is an excellent base to discover the secrets of the Duomo, the masterpieces of the Pinacoteca di Brera, the Castello Sforzesco and the famous 'Last Supper' of Leonardo Da Vinci.
We are the Biggest hostel in Milan (330 Beds) so if you don't find any availability please do not hesitate to contact us.
Milan: is certainly a city to admire, understand, and enjoy. The 'capital' of Lombardy will never cease to surprise you. Milan is the capital of Italian fashion and design, and, if you want to amuse yourself in the evening: typical restaurants, bars and pubs where it is possible to have fun and meet people.
The rooms, spacious and well-lit, have 6 beds.Prices starting from 20,50 euro.!!!!
Private rooms with 2-3 or 4 beds are also available now with private bath in a new area of the hostel!
Membership card needed to stay in our hostel.
With this card you can stay in other 120 hostels in italy and more than 4,000 in the world. Go for it!!!!!!
People from abroad: 2.00 euro
Italians : 2,00 euro
***IMPORTANT NOTICE: MAXIMUM STAY 14 NIGHTS***
PLEASE NOTE ROOMS ARE CLOSED FROM 10,00 AM TILL 2 PM FOR CLEANING.
Membership card NEEDED TO STAY in our hostel. 2,00 extra euro if you still don't have one.
Tourist Tax: 2€ per night
HOSTEL CONDITIONS and CANCELLATION POLICY
- Cancellations and modifications accepted within 24 hours prior arrival without any penalty fees. in case of late cancellation we will charge the amount of the first night fee.
This is a Trusted Review. Why?
Rooms were OK, very hot and a lot of mosquitos. Bins were not emptied for 5 days in the room and the hostel is miles away. Most of the staff were reasonable enough except for one older Italian woman who made many mistakes, never apologised for the inconvenience and was horrible!
This is a Trusted Review. Why?
I really enjoyed my stay at the Piero Rotta Hostel in Milan! The staff was friendly (for example: they allowed me and my friend to leave our bags behind the reception desk on our last day) and the hostel is very close to a metro station (QT8)! However, there were two things that were a bit annoying. In the morning the hostel is very clean, but if you arrive later at night the toilets and sinks can be a bit messy. Another negative point is the fact that the doors in the hostel are very noisy, so you will always hear the people who arrive during the night. But overall, a nice hostel with a good location and friendly people.
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