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The best Airbnbs in Milan

Looking for a place to stay in Italy’s fashion capital? Check our list of the best Airbnbs in Milan

Written by
Time Out contributors
Alex Floyd-Douglass
Camila Karalyte

Milan is world-famous as the fashion centre of Italy and is considered one of the main art cities in the country, too. An enchanting mixture of old and new: a place where chic fashion houses, stylish boutiques and chi-chi restaurants sit next to churches, museums and other historical attractions. It really is a gorgeous city with some stunning architecture and culture. If you're looking at taking a trip to Milan, you'll want accommodation to match the vibes of the city. And luckily, Airbnb has a ton on offer. We’ve done lots of searching and scrolling for you, and have put together this list of Milan’s best Airbnbs. Take a look below and start exploring a city with a whole host of things to do.

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Best Milan Airbnbs

The design loft in Navigli
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1. The design loft in Navigli

A truly lovely choice for those who like to stay in places with a bit of clutter and a lived-in personality. This one-bed loft is another property based on the Navigli, this time near the Porta Ticinese, in an area rich in nightlife. The host mentions he’s an art historian – so make sure you get in touch ahead of your stay for cultural recommendations. Sleeping up to four guests, grab your closest pals and head for a trip to the city. 

Rooms? One. Sleeps four guests.
Mood? Contemporary meets eclectic.
Location perks? Just moments from the vibey nightlife of Navigli – and a whole lotta peace and quiet within.
Budget range? Very affordable.

The sunny apartment in Lombardia
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2. The sunny apartment in Lombardia

This cute Airbnb close to the centre of Milan is full of personality and cosy vibes. Featuring not one but two balconies, you'll have gorgeous views of the neighbourhood, the perfect backdrop for enjoying a glass of vino or an Aperol Sprintz. Lush. The Airbnb sleeps two guests in a double bed, so consider this a great place for a trip away as a couple, or a solo traveler wanting to explore the city. The apartment has everything you'll need for a comfortable stay, including a fully-equipped kitchen, dining area, a laundry area, and the bedroom has a desk if you need to reply to some work emails real quick. The neighbourhood has a beautiful park to walk through and the area is full of restaurants, bars, and a communal market. 

Rooms? One. Sleeps four guests.
Mood? Wholesome getaway.
Location perks? In the heart of NoLo – a super chic area of Milan – and walking distance from a stunning park nearby.
Budget range? Well-priced with all you need.

The romantic studio in Turro
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3. The romantic studio in Turro

Romantic and chic, you’ll find this Airbnb just 200 meters from the central station and you can get to Duomo in only 10 minutes and Navigli in 20. This apartment is big enough to host 3 guests, featuring 1 double bed, 1 single sofa bed and a bathroom. Not only is the location perfect, but this apartment has a lovely balcony overlooking the Milan skyline and a fully equipped kitchen to make you feel right at home. 

Rooms? One. Sleeps three guests.
Mood? Minimalist vibes.
Location perks? Walking distance from Central Station and a local supermarket just 50m away to top up on wine and cheese with ease.
Budget range? Cheap and equally cheerful.

The chic apartment in central
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4. The chic apartment in central

This chic apartment is located in a very desired location right in the centre of Milan, and just a two-minute walk from Milan Central station. Enjoy this modern and refined space with a beautiful balcony you can eat your Italian breakfast on. As well as complimentary coffee and a fully equipped kitchen. This gorgeous apartment may not be the cheapest on the list but if you're travelling with someone else it can become much more easily affordable.

Rooms? One. Sleeps two guests.
Mood? No frills but comfy.
Location perks? 100m from Central Station and located inside a stunning liberty-style building.
Budget range? Extremely affordable.

The all-white apartment by the canal
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5. The all-white apartment by the canal

Wow! This apartment, in a 200-year-old building, is so brilliantly white that you might want to put some shades on. It’s also located by a naviglio, one of the canals built in Renaissance-era Milan that’s every bit as sweet as you imagine (make sure you check out the host’s pics, they’re terrific!).

Rooms? One. Sleeps three guests.
Mood? Squeaky clean aesthetic.
Location perks? The metro's nearby if needed, but the local area is also great to explore.
Budget range? Very well-priced for what's on offer.

The terraced studio in Brera
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6. The terraced studio in Brera

This Airbnb is definitely one to consider if you want to soak up the Italian sunshine during your stay in Milan. Crisp and calming, the understated decor is fantastic if you’re in need of some rejuvenation. This one-bed studio has a large terrace that overlooks its leafy neighbourhood of Brera: an area known for its chic fashion, shopping and al fresco dining.

Rooms? One. Sleeps two guests.
Mood? Ideal for work and play.
Location perks? Super close to restaurants, boutiques and cafes – while La Duomo is an easy 15-minute walk away.
Budget range? Affordable but a five-night minimum to consider.

The group-friendly apartment near the canal
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7. The group-friendly apartment near the canal

This bright, cheerful-looking two-bed apartment is a great choice for families – or a group of friends – visiting Milan. While it’s near the Navigli, and not far from the buzz of canalside bars and restaurants, it’s also away from car traffic and so pretty tranquil as a whole. Bellissimo!

Rooms? Two. Sleeps five guests.
Mood? Open-plan with cool lighting.
Location perks? Easy access to restaurants, bars and public transport all nearby.
Budget range? On the pricier end but worth it.

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