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Good location to the shops and sights, close to the station, public transport and airport bus drop off. Hotel is slightly dated but clean and comfortable. Quiet rooms. Nice breakfast although coffee served at breakfast leaves room for improvement - however, espresso and cappuccino available to order ...
The room was recently painted so smelled like glue, lacquer and had lots of dust. Should be fine after a few days. Felt like it was expensive cause the room was small and no much amenities. Bar was mostly empty and no body to even get some ice cubes. No ice machines in the floors. Not bad but not ...
Relatively easy to park when we drove up for a European hotel—although no place to stop and unload luggage. The staff was friendly and efficient. Check-in was fast. Rooms had been updated and were modern and clean. We paid a little extra to get the better rooms. Rooms were well equipped and clean ...
The staff greeting us were very pleasant and helpful. the room itself was large and spacious, the bathtub could fit two people comfortably (a great place to eat sushi) Best of all was the fantastic view! very close by to the castle, and royal place as well as the piazza Victorrio. Many fine restaurants ...
Turin is an elegant north Italian city with glorious baroque architecture, masses of cultural attractions and delicious Piedmont cuisine. There is a fantastic range of four-star hotels in Turin, offering luxurious, central bases which to explore this historic regional capital.
There is an extensive selection of four-star accommodation in Turin's historic city centre. Stay in plush hotels in former 19th-century palazzos or a design-led boutique hotel in the heart of the city centre. You’ll also find some four-star Turin hotels further south, around the Lingotto and Spezia metro stops. These are a good option if you’re attending an event at the Lingotto Fiere exhibition centre.
Turin’s cultural offering is superb, with a wide range of museums, art galleries covering everything from art to automobiles. The city is also home to some of the oldest learning institutions in Europe. One of its main attractions is the 15th-century Turin Cathedral, home of the legendary Turin Shroud, said to be Christ's burial cloth. While this famous relic rarely makes a public appearance, you can visit the Museum of the Holy Shroud to learn more about it and see a replica.
Head to Via Roma, Turin’s main drag, for Italy's best-known designer brands, including Prada, Moschino and Gucci. Or try Via Garibaldi, a bustling pedestrian street lined with independent shops, casual bars and pavement cafes. Refuel in one of the city's charming 19th century coffee shops with local speciality, bicerin - a thick, decadent mix of coffee, cream and hot chocolate.
After a day of sightseeing, head back to your four-star Turin hotel for a drink in the bar, or explore the local area's aperitivo scene. Turin takes the traditional cocktail hour very seriously, and most bars offer an extensive (and complimentary) buffet of antipasti for the price of a drink. There’s a particularly good bar scene in the buzzy Quadrilatero Romano, the ancient Roman quarter, which starts at Porta Palazzo and runs down to Via Milano.