Best hostel I've ever been to. Close to the Duomo and other main attractions of the city. Great staff and service. As they say it's closer to become your house than being simply a hostel. If you're looking to meet people while travelling, this is surely the best place in town to do that. Highly recommended to anyone visiting Milan.
Very nice place to stay at and very spaceaous. It was a little far from the city but that was not a problem because the tram line number two was just outside the partement and it leaves ever 7 minutes. The service was very good. The owners were very nice and helpfull with whatever you needed. We would definitely come back. We recomend this apartment! A&Z
Nice hotel with great views, particularly from breakfast / restaurant terrace. Large clean rooms but a little noisy on the road-facing side. Meals expensive but good quality. Excellent breakfast.
We had a really great stay, no complaints, very clean and quiet. The location is ok, the P.Venezia metro station is 5 min of walking from the hotel, and also the shopping is nearby. The hotel is located on a small street, so the view from the window was not very exciting, but the rest of it was great. Perhaps in other rooms the view will be better. Recommended.
P.zza S. M. del Suffragio, 3Awesome 87%
It was difficult to find despite directions given. There needed to be better signs! Otherwise, we were quite happy with the services provided. Excellent staff.
(ENG) The hotel is nice. Clean. It is located near the Centrale station,but not so close to the centre of the city. The tram number 33 leaves you at the door and you can catch this tram at Piazza Loreto (green underground line number 2). The price is correct. The shower on my floor only had lute warm water. The breakfat is an excellent buffet for 3'50 Euros extra p.p. The air conditioning is an extra of 7 Euros per day, too expensive considering that it gets very hot in Milan. It has internet service. It is close to the pizzeria "STOP" in Piazza Loreto, famous for its huge pizzas. (ESP) El hotel es bonito. Limpio. Esta cerca de la estacion Centrale pero más alejado del centro de la ciudad. El tranvia 33 te deja en la puerta y este se coge en la Piazza Loreto (linea verde de metro numero 2). El precio es adecuado. El desayuno es un excellente buffet por 3'50 Euros p.p. El aire acondicionado se cobra a parte y son 7 Euros por dia, exagerado considerando el calor que hace en Milan. Tiene cyber. Esta cerca de la pizzeria "STOP" (Piazza Loreto), famoso por sus enormes pizzas. La duche que usé no tenia agua caliente, solo templada.
Via Privata Chieti, 1Awesome 87%
Great location for the central station, only a 10min walk. Not bad for the central piazza / duomo area either; probs about a 15-20min walk. Next to a pleasant park and in a pretty cool area. We spent most our evenings in the Navigli canal district though, which is a fetch on the other side of town (if you head to that area, check out a bar called Luca & Andrea - awesome fun, very welcoming bar staff who love the english). Having said all that though, we didn't use public transport once in 3 days, just ambled about. Hotel is great for the price - cheap and cheerful. Rooms are good; basic but clean. Breakfast is pretty standard, but included in the price. The managers aren't the most helpful, and don't speak great english, but it shouldn't put you off. If you have a go in pigeon italian they warm to you! Overall, a decent base to explore the city from, on the cheap.
This hotel is ideally situated with excellent transport links and close to the centre. The hotel is very basic but if you need somewhere to use as a base and somewhere to sleep during your stay in Milan it is excellent value for money and kept clean. The staff are very friendly and helpful and it is on a lovely little strip of shops. If you want a drink or snacks during your stay try the koala cafe at the end of the row, the service and price is fab, or after hours the kebab shop serves food and has a bar. Remember that you get what you pay for and if you keep that in mind you will not be dissapointed.
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