The good thing is, it is located near Milano Centrale (the main railway station of Milan, Italy, and one of the main railway stations in Europe), so you can easily get to wherever you want by train, metro or bus. The bad thing is that if you want Wi-Fi, you will have to pay 9 EUR for 24-hour access. And of course, also relevant, a lot of hidden expenses appeared when we paid the bill. And be careful in the bathroom if you are not used to two-level foors as i almost fell there. Twice.
Valerio was friendly, he called us to make sure we could find the hostel and he waited at the train station when we arrived. The cappuccino he made every morning was excellent, but croissants every morning? Though I guess he would offer us something else if we had complained. There was no hair drier, the inetrnet was poor and the boiler in the bathroom was a little bit old and scary.