The stylish city of Turin is blessed with baroque architecture, historic museums and art galleries, and a lively drinking and dining scene, all against the backdrop of the magnificent Italian Alps. Whether you’re a design aficionado or are just looking for intimate accommodation with plenty of character, a boutique hotel makes the perfect base from which to explore Turin.
Boutique Hotels in Turin
Turin offers a range of boutique hotels, each offering unique atmosphere and décor. Many properties are located close to the action in Centro or out in the surrounding districts. Select boutique properties are housed in former palazzos or quaint townhouses, and most offer a complimentary breakfast and WiFi, as well as minibars and room service as standard.
Stay near Turin's Cultural Attractions
To be near the best cultural attractions, book a boutique hotel in Turin’s Centro district. This is the city's historic quarter, and it puts you within a 10-minute walk of the Royal Palace, the 15th-century Turin Cathedral – home to the legendary Turin Shroud - and the famed Egyptian Museum, which houses the largest collection of Egyptian artefacts outside of Egypt. It's also a short tram ride to the Aurora district, and the Turin Eye, an anchored hot air balloon that offers fantastic views of the city and the snow-capped Alps.
Boutique Hotels near Turin's Dining & Bar Scene
After a busy day of sightseeing and exploring, head back to your Turin boutique hotel for a leisurely drink in the bar, or head out to the surrounding streets and sample the age-old tradition of aperitivo – Italian cocktail hour with complimentary antipasti.
Turin is a leading city in the Slow Food Movement and boasts a fabulous dining scene. You'll find excellent places to eat all across the city, ranging from fine dining restaurants to buzzy trattorias, all of which champion local Piedmontese produce.
Getting around Turin
While the city centre is easy to explore on foot, Turin is blessed with an extensive public transport system, including trams, buses, railways and a subway. So it’s simple to explore the outer districts and the Piedmont region from a boutique hotel in Turin city centre.