Expert reviews of cheap hotels in Milan
The best budget hotels in Milan... inspected and approved.
The family-run Hotel XXII Marzo (22 Marzo) Hotel offers cute and colorful accomodations and service with a smile.
The family-run Aurora Hotel is central and affordable, with great, large bathrooms, to boot.
With its modern style and family spirit, the three-star Hotel Garda is the true budget gem of its hotel-studded block.
The four-star Hotel Portello, a member of the Minihotel chain, offers 96 recently renovated rooms located between the Lotto and Fiera-Amendola Metro stops.
The two-star Best Hotel is a smart Milan pick with a convenient location, cheerful staff and charming garden.
The two-star Hotel Serena is a welcoming cutie just off of the vibrant Corso Buenos Aires.
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Milan can get pricey quickly, especially if you happen to be visiting during fashion shows or other expo dates. During the rest of the year, however, the city can be a welcoming place for Cheapos, especially given the number of small, family-run hotels and pensions in town.
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