I stayed in 6 beds room for women. There is s kitchen with everything you need for cooking. There are enough bathrooms. Its about 20 minutes on foot to the station. There were not blankets in the room and it was rather cold. The doors of the room are made of glass and it's difficult to sleep with the light in corridor. I recommend the hostel maximum for 1 night.
It has a very big room with everything a traveler need (towels, soap, good bed, wi-fi and a wardrobe). It has a good café downstairs to eat breakfast and a couple of restaurants, or you can cook in the kitchen. You can walk to centrale station to get a train or go to the airpoirt or you can get the subway downstairs that also goes to Centrale. This subway is the same line that goes to Duomo and other tourist atractions. But for us, the best of It was the great staff the hostel has. Thanks for everything! In B&B Milano we found the nicest people in the entire city :) The only downside is that the place is in a very busy street and has a lot of street noises. The earplugs made the work and there is a very thick door to the balcony that helps reduce the noise, so we slept ok.
Stayed hear with friends for one night to explore Milan. Friendly staff. Great location near Loreto on two metro lines, however the actual entrance was very difficult to locate with no signs & no info on which floor it was on. 15 mins from Duomo & 5 mins from Centrale. Our room was very basic with no thrills but it was relatively cheap & the view was excellent!We had to pay extra for the A/C which was pretty poor & would have been inadequate if any hotter. Facilities at the hostel were fine however only having two showers for everyone was a bit annoying.
Pros- Family owned, warm staff, and helpful. Great views from Balcony on top Piazzale Loreto (where Mussolini was hung) 8th floor! Nice kitchen to cook in Very clean! Not a party hostel Soda fridge for convience Excellent location! Fast and free wifi, but... Cons- Only 4 spacious and large bathrooms, which is good, but with the amount of people staying here, it can be difficult to get a bathroom. They nickle and dime you on everything. Washing machine use = 5 euros! Want a towel? 1 euro. ...but the wifi is only fast in certain areas and is prone to disconnect often. No breakfast. Difficult to find, no sign out front, in large building with extremely small elevator and felt dangerous to use. Conclusion: I recommend staying here on the fly as it was super cheap (only 17 USD per night, but during fashion week it was 100).…
In our booking information it clearly stated that we would receive an air conditioned room, however upon arrival this was not the case. After asking a staff member about this, he said that moving to an air conditioned room would incur a 5 euros per night charge. After deliberation we agreed, before finding out that a new customer had arrived and booked the room we were going to move to. It was very unclear about the breakfast situation, as little information was given upon arrival. Despite these problems, the room and bathrooms were very clean. Even though they were shared bathrooms, we never experienced all bathrooms being occupied. The train station is a 10 minute walk away and a metro station is situated right outside.
Location from Milano Centrale is 15/20 min.No one met me At the entrance to the hostel (if it where day time i wouldn't pay attention but the night time it is necessary )Also the doors must be closed with keys.
This place has a lot of "small letters" the busy person not necessary has time to read. I had to arrive late from the airport. No entry after as early as 6 (!) p.m. The fine is almost 100% room rate. The payment is firstly accepted, only then they contact to announce about "inconveniences" you may suffer resulting the late arrival. The inconveniences are not specified. The correspondence was handled in a very bad English so i could not understand anything. I had to cancel and I was fined almost 100% room rate. So try to be careful to get away from such places in this one in general.
As far as hostels go it was very clean, the bed was comfy and the we got towels provided for a shower. It was a great location but found it hard to find the actual entrance. From central station get green line to Loreto, on the corner you will see a supermarket, then a bank then 2 bars, the entrance is between the 2 bars through the gates. The hostel is on floor 8, there is a buzzer on the side to ring through. Everyone was up early and I had to wait to use the shower, which had no hot water left.
Located in the central of Milan, the hostel offers the necessary needs of travelers: room/ kitchen facilities and amenities; the ladies are friendly and helpful: provided the information of must see attractions; means of transportation... In general, I am happy with this hostel. Recommended
* Pros: - The host can speak English and she acted welcomingly and hospitably. However, I myself had a feeling that it is fake and she is kinda tired of or irritated about sth. - Rooms and bathrooms are clean in general. - Tea and coffee and biscuits are free to take. There is a coffee maker in the kitchen. Microwave and fridge are available to use but the fire is not. - Nice view from the dorm room - Great location: 50m away from M1 Loreto and about 300m away from M2 Loreto. Well connected to the new town and the city center. * Cons: - The dorm room has no window so it is stuffy and suffocating to sleep overnight with the door closed. - The bunk is unstable, shaking and creaking every time I moved. - I stayed one night and I cannot sleep at all because there is a girl in the room snored the whole night. It is not the hostel's fault and roommates are always the matter of luck. It negatively affected your mood, though. Anyways, you get what you pay for so aside from the matter of roommate, it is a nice hostel for around 20e/night. I personally recommend to pay a little bit more to get a private room for yourself.…