MEININGER Milano Lambrate is located in a former office building opposite the train station sharing the same name and is perfectly connected with public transport options for short and long distance travel. Zona 3 offers a lot of places for creativity with the districts of Lambrate, including the new Design District Lambrate Casoretto and Città Studi. It is the perfect starting point for all travelers who are looking for a central and reasonably priced alternative to a hostel.
Daily from 6.30 to 10.30 a.m.
includes a filled bread roll/sandwich, muesli/chocolate bar, fruit and one drink.
until 02.00 pm (private rooms only)
per day/pet (private rooms only)
throughout the hotel
The excellent service at MEININGER makes a stay in Milan even better. We offer free WiFi throughout the whole property, a generous breakfast buffet and delicious packed lunches to take with you on day trips or onwards travel. Tired guests get a few more hours of sleep with late check-out.
Arrival & departure
The multiple bedroom with up to 6 beds is a private room. Depending on the number of guests there are single and bunk beds in the room.
For our group travellers the multi bedded rooms are equipped with up to 6 beds and private bathroom. For more information on the rooms, please contact our experts in group sales.
The family room has no more than 6 beds in it. Depending on the number of persons, this includes single and bunk beds. A cot can be added on request.
What is a dormitory?
You book a bed in the small mixed dormitory, which has no more than 4 beds. The dormitory is up to 6 beds. You share the room with other guests. From 18 years!
You book a room in the women's dormitory, which has no more than 6 beds. You share the room with other female guests. Women from 18 years!
Please note: for bookings of several beds in dorms, we do not guarantee accommodation in the same room.
The staff is very friendly. The public areas are beautiful and warmful. My room was super clean all the time and there was absolutely no noise. The building is out of the center but very well linked
The MEININGER hotel was an awesome new hostel style hotel. It was very modern, clean and tidy, and the staff were really nice and welcoming. Definitely recommend staying here when in Milan!
Good attentive staff. Good overall service.
I stayed at the Lambrate hostel for 7 nights as a solo female and I highly enjoyed my stay at this hostel. Rooms were exceptionally clean, and the reception staff were friendly and even helped me
Everything was perfect and clean
Very good location- clean room and very good personal. Missing a small mini fridge in the room since there is no restaurant. Overall very good
Very good lovely and clean staff very friendly and good English rooms nice
What would the Italians be without their beloved scooters? Scooters zipping around with their quintessential noise is a symbol of Italian lifestyle and it is impossible to imagine the cityscape of Milan without them. Of course, there are countless Lambrettas. The cult status scooter was developed here in the forties in the then working-class area of Lambrate.
The MEININGER Lambrate is totally dedicated to "Dolche Vita on two wheels": the interior design pays an affectionate tribute to the Lambrette so that the most famous creation of the district has a stylish monument.
From art and culture through to business and expos and on to fashion and parties: the Lombard metropolis attracts all kinds of different travelers. Inter-rail travelers and backpackers, school classes and tour groups, families with children and business people - they all want to experience Milan and stay in accommodation that is not only comfortable, but also reasonably priced. At the MEININGER Milano Lambrate every guest receives exactly the right kind of room at a fair price as well as the very special MEININGER charm.
The large flea market at East Market Milano and the university district Città Studi with its many bars attract backpackers from all around the world. Thanks to the 24-hour reception at MEININGER young travelers can go out as long as they like before coming home to their reasonably priced dormitory.
Business travelers on a business trip only need 25 minutes from the Linste Airport to arrive at their modernly equipped single room in the MEININGER. This leaves enough time for a drink in the bar before heading off to the next appointment.
Milan has lots to offer families, such as the farmers market garden Cascina Cuccagna located in the middle of the city or the picturesque Parco Lambro. The guest kitchen and family suites at the MEININGER ensure that family holidays are a success in every way.
Using the excellent motorway connection students on a class trip travelling by coach can quickly reach the MEININGER hotel. From here, they catch the tram for a just a quarter of an hour longer to reach tourist attractions such as the Milan Cathedral or the Teatro alla Scala.
MEININGER Milano Lambrate is located in the neighborhood of Lambrate which is part of the Zone 3 administrative division of the city of Milan. Perhaps the most notable part of this neighborhood is the fact that it contains one of the largest stations in north-eastern Milan, the Stazione di Milano Lambrate station. Therefore, any guest is extremely well connected to the entire city when staying with us.
However, you do not even need to leave the neighborhood to get off to a good start on your trip! You can pop down to one the local green spaces and get a walk or run in. Cimitero di Lambrate, memorial park and Parco Lambro are just a short distance from us.
You also have a few options if you want to grab a bite to eat but don`t want to leave the neighborhood with Italian restaurants and other cuisines close by. In terms of the wider area, Lambrate is close to Idroscalo Park and Garden which has a small lake: it is located south-east of our hotel and a great place to visit. If you want to go into central Milan then it is a fairly easy commute, around 20 minutes by public transport. It is certainly worth it with so much to see and do. One such landmark is Basilica di Sant'Ambrogio church which dates back to the 12th century and holds the remains of St Ambrose.