Babila Hostel and Bistrot
Situated in an 1896 building that once housed a Catholic school, Babila opened in 2017. With an enviable location in the heart of Milan’s Fashion District, the lodging is the perfect base to explore the city’s sartorial legacy, including Piazza San Babila, a city square that dates back to Roman times. The rooms, which have an all-white aesthetic and feature Pop Art paintings, come with an en-suite bathroom. The hostel’s bar and bistro serves modern interpretations of traditional Italian fare and hosts art shows, concerts and more. The third-floor terrace comes with views of Milanese architecture and makes for the perfect place to share a drink and laughs.