The Hostel in Biella is an accommodation available to guests for a limited period, which respects its fundamental value in mutual respect. The regulation that allows management and functionality allows customers to understand their vocation and the service that is right for them. Opened on 1st July 2008, it is an exclusive and very impressive structure, because it was built within the former seventeenth-century penitentiary of the ancient village of Piazzo, which was abandoned in the eighties and completely restored. It is the property of the Municipality of Biella and is managed by the Social Cooperative ANTEO. The Hostel of Biella has 36 beds, divided into single, double rooms (including two for disabled guests) and multi-room suites, a common kitchen equipped for preparing meals autonomously, two dining rooms, an internal courtyard With bicycle and motorbike storage facilities, a recreation and reading room, and a conference room for at least thirty seats. Free internet access is available in all of the guest rooms and in the rooms. A public, covered, free public car park is located in the immediate vicinity.