Ostello Bello, winner of the Best Italian Hostel Hoscar by Hostelworld, is located in the heart of Milan, in via Medici 4, within walking distance to the city’s main attractions: Piazza Duomo, the shopping district, the nightlife areas of Colonne di San Lorenzo and Navigli and some of the best vintage shops.

Via Medici is one of the few Medieval streets which survived the wars. Ancient Roman walls still run under the street surface. Thanks to its strategic position in the lively district of Porta Ticinese you’ll have a unique hosting experience, made even more special by a whole range of events held in the hostel: from the evening tradition of “aperitivo”, enjoyed by locals and travelers alike, to the brunch on weekends.*

*Some services offered by Ostello Bello are temporarily suspended due to law restrictions for public health protection – Covid-19



The Hostel

  • Reception and Bar open 24/7
  • Free WI-FI in every room and common area
  • Lift and key card access
  • USB plug near each bed (You don't need to bring your adapter with you!)
  • Pets are more than welcome in private rooms
  • 10% VAT included
  • 50 beds
  • 5 floors
  • All shared and private rooms with ensuite toilets and showers
  • Air Con in all rooms and common areas
  • Lockers in every shared room
  • Linen in every room

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All facilities are free!

supplies
  • Luggage storage
  • Earplugs
  • Shampoo and soap
  • Hairdryer
  • Safety deposit box at reception
  • Iron
  • Portable WI-FI Modem
  • Laptops and iPad
  • Power Banks
  • City maps
  • City guide
  • Travel guides
  • Free small guide for your next destination
  • Printing of your next boarding pass or tickets

taste
  • Free welcome drink (pint of beer, glass of wine, coffee, cappuccino, juices, softdrinks…)
  • Free flow coffee, tea and water 24/7
  • Guest kitchen available 24/7

enjoy
  • Terrace with hammocks, vegetable gardens and BBQ
  • Lounge with TVsat (with DVD, Wii, PS3)
  • Boardgames
  • Ping Pong table
  • Arcade games
  • Fussball
  • Book crossing
  • Free tours and Infos
  • Musical instruments (piano, 6/12 string guitars, violin, bass)
  • Free cultural activities organized all week (flea markets, live music, expositions, tastings, etc.)

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