Book a stay in these cheap hotels in Milan and wake up a few steps away from the best attractions in town without leaving your bank account in the red.
Sure, there are many expensive places to stay in this city, but it’s still possible to find cheap hotels in Milan that won’t ruin the bank (and hopefully leave a little room in your budget to visit the city’s great shops, restaurants and bars).
Cheap accommodation tends to cluster around the Milano Centrale train station, which means easy access to the city’s main attractions, but there are also some in unexpected places, such as near the Duomo and at Navigli.All the places on this list offer excellent value for money, along with other features that make them memorable, from comfortable rooms to a lovely breakfast to modern and fresh décor.
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Top 10 cheap hotels in Milan
1.Hotel Cavour ⭐⭐⭐
Not quite “cheap”, but very valuable, the Cavour is well located, a couple of blocks from Milan’s extensive public garden, near the Turati metro stop. Inside you’ll find modern and comfortable common areas, spacious soundproofed rooms, a wellness area with a Turkish bath, a gym, a charming bar and a solid restaurant that stays open until midnight.From here, it’s a 10 minute walk to the most luxurious shops in Milan, along Via Montenapoleone, and not far from the Duomo.
2.Hotel Regina ⭐⭐⭐
On the more expensive side of the cheap spectrum, the charming Regina Hotel offers spacious rooms, an excellent location and attractive common spaces.Situated near the famous Roman columns outside the Basilica of San Lorenzo Maggiore and close to the San Agostino metro station, the hotel is a 10 minute walk from the Duomo in the city centre. With a beautiful open-air courtyard, a small but comfortable lobby, an above-average breakfast and an hour-long aperitif, the hotel offers a relaxing atmosphere despite its proximity to the city.The rooms are spacious and clean, and while there are no suites, adjacent rooms can be combined to accommodate up to five.
3.Hotel Milano Navigli ⭐⭐⭐
Cheerful décor, decent sized rooms, excellent location and low rates make the Navigli a solid value.Located south of the Duomo at Porta Ticinese, this small hotel (22 rooms and a single suite) is a stone’s throw from its namesake, the Navigli district, one of the liveliest areas of Milan and the centre of the city’s aperitif nightlife.(Fortunately, the rooms are soundproofed.) The proximity to trams, taxis, buses and the Porta Genova metro station makes transportation easy. Amenities include a breakfast room with terrace and free wifi for guests.
The clean and modern Biocity hotel is located in a quiet street around the corner from Centrale station, a few steps from the tram service.the environmentally friendly cleaning practices and products are used exclusively, there is a wellness room with sauna, small garden and free wi-fi.Some rooms are available with jacuzzi and/or balcony, with a nominal fee (10 euros) attached. breakfast is served daily in a space with large windows and wooded shelves with organic ingredients that the kitchen staff uses to prepare the food.
It is difficult to find reasonably priced accommodation near the Duomo, but the Eurohotel is only a 10 minute walk away.located in the trendy area of Porta Venezia, there are many restaurants, shops and nightlife options just outside.the simple rooms are spare, but clean and functional, and quite spacious for a mid-range European hotel.or splurge on one of the suites with beautiful terrace views.There are wellness and sauna areas, a small gym and lobby with comfortable leather chairs and a charming wood-paneled bar.breakfast is included in the price.
6.B&B Hotel Milano Sant’Ambrogio ⭐⭐⭐
An excellent affordable option for travelers who want to see the Last Supper.The location puts you only 7 or 8 minutes walk from the famous painting of Santa Maria della Grazie.The hotel has the feel of a hostel, but has private rooms with private bathrooms, buffet breakfast (for a small charge), reading / music room and free wi-fi connection.Please note that the reception is only staffed between 7 am and 11 pm, so make arrangements with the hotel (they offer an automated service outside office hours) if you arrive late.
7.Hotel Pavone ⭐⭐⭐
The Pavone will not leave you without socks with a stylish decor, but it is well located, clean and quiet.Located on the east side of Milan, near the beautiful area of Porta Monaforte and close to local transport, the hotel is reasonably close to tourist centres such as the Duomo and the Public Garden.
8.Hotel Bogart ⭐ ⭐
The Bogart Hotel, family owned, is a low cost, but clean and efficient option for budget travelers, offering a lot of value in a small space.Located in a converted villa near the beautiful Cimitero Monumentale, Bogart is at the western end of the bustling and modern district of Isola, only a short tram ride from the metro line to the Duomo.They offer a 24-hour concierge service and a daily prepared Italian breakfast, as well as free wi-fi and even parking for guests traveling to the city (check with them for availability prior to arrival).
Ostello Bello Hostel is an excellent budget option for young and sociable travelers.The common areas are usually full of people with a drink, and there is live music and other entertainment almost every night of the week (open to the public). The place has a fun and artistic atmosphere, and an incredibly friendly staff ready with tips and suggestions for your stay in Milan. Located in the center of everything, the Ostello offers free wi-fi, 24 hour reception and lockers for storing valuables. Private rooms are available, as well as shared rooms with bunk beds and common bathrooms.
A clean and affordable option, the Babila Hostel is located in a luxury neighborhood full of small parks, music conservatories and beautiful architecture.The family room with private bathroom sleeps 4. There is also a gym, games room, rooftop terrace, shared kitchen and free breakfast. Babila is only a 10 minute walk from the nearest metro stop, one metro stop from the Duomo (or, in the opposite direction, from Milan’s beautiful public garden, Giardini Pubblici Indro Montanelli).