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The Monastery Hostel Milan Reviews

via Renzo Bertoni, 3, Milan, Italy

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596 Total Reviews
  • 79%Value For Money
  • 83%Security
  • 85%Location
  • 75%Staff
  • 71%Atmosphere
  • 81%Cleanliness
  • 74%Facilities

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20 euro deposit(refundable)(PER PERSON) are needed for bed sheets, pillow cases and blankets. You will need to make your bed despite staying in private ensuite. Breakfast was just merely a croissant per person but there are selection of drinks in the 1st floor. Kitchen is provided but 3 euros is needed if you want to purchase a set of kitchen cutlery(spoon, fork, knife). Not even a cutting knife and board was found. And the window shades in my toilet room cannot be closed. Imagine that!


Rooms are very modern and comfortable, great hostel!


The hostel was awesome! At least for two people travelling. The door to the bath couldn’t be looked so alone I would have felt a little insecure about that. And who cares about a deposit of 20 € if you’re getting it back in the end? The breakfast isn’t much but other hostels might even let you pay money for a single croissant and a hot drink. We were very happy to have chosen this hostel.


It's a really comfortable and modern place to stay at. It's also clean, the beds are placed in a way that you don't see other guests and they don't see you, so you get some extra privacy there. It's not too close to anything, but you can still get to the metro station on foot. The kitchen's not well equipped really, and breakfast's not great, so you'll probably end up preferring to have meals somewhere else. It's altogether ok, but I remember being charged for almost everything, even printing.

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