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The room was very small and the bathroom dirty.
We kindly ask if we could sit in the hall for a little while before our departure, as outside was raining heavily, and she asked money for that!!!
The awful rude woman (owner or receptionist) did...More
Me and my friends stayed there 4 nights and we really enjoyed it. The inside has been renovated lately so it looks very nice, the bathrooms are clean and new.
We were 3 people and we had a 5 people room but we were alone...More
All in all it's a pretty horrible place.
The people staying here are mostly middle aged men that live and work in Milan. It wasn't possible to sleep before 1-2am as they were in and out, with the lights on, and noisy.
Also you will...More
I wonder where this hostel gets its name from. Everything about it is decidely "un-screamly". That isn't a negative. It's just that the hostel's name can be a misnomer if you read too much into it.
As always, full marks for location and access. Located...More
First thing I did when I arrived was to have an argument with owner's daughter. They were both smoking in the reception which is the corridor of that flat that they made a "hostel". When I said they can't smoke there she got upset and...More
Although Bicocca is a peripheral district, many visitors will find it appealing. The district is enveloped by the immense Parco Nord (North Park), one of the largest parks in Europe. Inside is the theater Arcimboldi, one of the most important contemporary theaters where concerts and shows are organized. In the same area, there is the University of Milan Bicocca, whose distinct architecture rivals a movie
set. Coffee shops, a multiplex and a shopping center are in the campus, along with the Fondazione Hangar Bicocca, one of the most famous museums of Contemporary Art.