If you're a budget-conscious traveler, you may consider a stay at Star Hostel San Siro Fiera with room rates from 54£ or La Corte Del 26 where prices start at 36£. Hostel Colours is a beneficial alternative that is located 20 minutes' walk from Casa Museo Boschi di Stefano and offers table tennis, cycling and billiards. For a more budget-friendly option, try Hotel Malta in Niguarda district.
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Where to stay in Milan?
Best cheap hotels in Milan
Milan airports & Underground stations
For early morning flights, think over staying at First Hotel Malpensa, close to Malpensa airport, which boasts a sauna and a golf course. Palazzo Parigi Hotel & Grand Spa is only a 5-minute walk from Montenapoleone metro station and comes with a sauna, an indoor swimming pool and a Jacuzzi. Genius Hotel Downtown is a 3-star choice that is only a 10-minute walk from Milan Cadorna train station.
Convenience of staying in hotels in the city centre
The city center boasts 52 hotels, such as Mokinba Hotels King and Hotel Romana Residence. An option near the city center is Suite Milano Duomo next to Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. If you are interested in staying in Navigli district, Hotel La Madonnina is around 15 minutes away on foot from Palazzo Landriani.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Milan
In Sempione district you will find luxurious hotels like Holiday Inn Milan Garibaldi Station and Bianca Maria Palace. For travelers searching for a boutique hotel, choose Mokinba Hotels Montebianco in De Angeli district. If you prefer chain hotels, Four Seasons Milano in Stazione Centrale district has an indoor swimming pool, a golf course and a Jacuzzi and is 1.4 km from Porta Garibaldi.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
Apartment A.C.& G.O. Milan is an affordable apartment for families located next to Chiesa di San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore, with room rates from 95£. Think about staying at Milano Canal Apartments or Suitime, if you'd like to take advantage of staying at B&B. Italiana Hotels Milan Rho Fair is family-friendly accommodation located within walking distance to Museo Storico Alfa Romeo. For a relaxing vacation, book a resort hotel near Fontanile Visconti, such as Hotel Roma or Principe Di Savoia.
How to Find the Best Milan hotels with Hotelmix.co.uk
If you are looking for a top accommodation for your next travel, Milan is a truly unique tourist destination, known worldwide as the center of fashion, yet having over 26 centuries of fascinating history. Loose yourself shopping in a city known for worldly pleasures, take in a cathedral or two, and then enjoy a real taste of Italy in one of the fine restaurants, also you can stay at the best budget hotels in Milan. Whatever the reason for your visit to Milan, there’s no better way to book one of the many best places to stay in Milan than with Hotelmix.co.uk: the experts in travel.
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What's Milan like?
A wonderful blend of the old and the new, Milan is a must-visit location for anyone with a cultural thirst. Unlike Rome, which locals call “old Italy”, Milan is defiantly “new Italy” as the main industrial, commercial and financial center of Italy. Yet, Milan boasts dozens of some of the oldest churches in Italy, so seeing several during your visit is a must. We recommend finding a place to stay near the Duomo, Milan’s main cathedral, built in 1386. You can even climb up to the roof and enjoy the stunning views of the city. Be sure to visit Saint Mary of the Graces, home of Leonard Da Vinci’s “Last Supper” fresco. Love to shop? Milan is world famous for its shopping, and its fashion districts, so why not check out Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, the mother of all shopping malls, and treat yourself to something classy? And if you’re lucky enough to be visiting during the Spring or Autumn fashion fairs, you might even catch a glimpse of a supermodel being chased by international paparazzi. Football lovers rejoice, Milan is home to two of the best teams in the world: AC Milan and Inter Milan. Both teams share the San Siro stadium, so why not book one of the top Milan hotels close to the stadium, where you can enjoy a game or two? If you have some problem where to stay in Milan, we will help you make the best choice and choose the best cheap hotels in Milan.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Milan
The locals in Milan are a people with a love for life, but they do have a particular way of doing things. A little know-how will go a long way during your stay in one of the many inexpensive hotels in Milan. We have a few tips to help you enjoy your stay to the fullest. Although fashions come and go, one thing that has stayed strong in Milan is a proud traditional of great Italian home cooking. During your visit, your taste buds will go wild! To have breakfast like a true local, sit at the bar, and order a caffe espresso and a brioche. If you sit down, you will often be charged much more. And although not as famous for pizza as Naples, great pizzas can be found all over Milan, especially near Maghera Street. Although it’s very common here to eat the pizza with a knife and fork, you can use your hands if you want to. As far as tipping goes, the Italians don’t tend to leave restaurant tips anymore, so don’t feel obliged. With its humid subtropical climate, Milan tends to have hot sunny summers, so bring a hat and plenty of sunblock. If you’re visiting in the winter, it will likely be cool, so wrap up!