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We stayed in Torino for only three days. We planned a day trip to visit a few villages north of Torino so we didn’t visit to many attractions. We toured the Egyptian museum(Egizion) and walked around piazza San Giovanni by the Royal palace of Turin and the surrounding areas.There is a lot to like ...
Hotel dei Pittori£87Hotel dei Pittori£87
Very nice 4-star hotel, close to the center but also close to the southern part of Torino. Large room, great bathroom, good breakfast, friendly staff. Internet connection could have been better (was disconnecting randomly).
Art Hotel Boston£94Art Hotel Boston£94
Great hotel, well located to explore the lovely city of Torino. My son and I had three very enjoyable days staying at TownHouse 70. The rooms and general ambience of the hotel were excellent. The breakfast while looking average at first glance is excellent and when we left very early on our last ...
TownHouse 70£126TownHouse 70£126
Once regarded as Italy's industrial powerhouse, the elegant city of Turin is also famous for its baroque architecture and grand museums. However, there is also modern, urban edge to the city. Named as the World Design Capital in 2008, the city boasts a burgeoning contemporary arts and design scene and a long history of innovative car manufacturing. It’s also a pioneering city in the Slow Food Movement.
You’ll find a wide range of stylish accommodation and design-led hotels in Turin. In areas such as Centro, Aurora and the urban Lingotto district, many design hotels offer chic bars and restaurants, spa services and complimentary breakfast, while WiFi, room service and parking usually come as standard.
Book a room in a design hotel in Turin’s historic centre and you'll have easy access to several cultural attractions. Head to the ornate Mole Antonelliana – once the highest stone building in Europe – to explore the National Cinema Museum. Or visit the Sandretto Foundation, a sprawling contemporary art gallery in a former hangar in the San Paolo district. Instead of guided tours it offers 'art mediation', which encourages dialogue and personal interpretation.
The urban Lingotto district was home to Fiat's original car factory, famous for its rooftop race track. The factory closed down in 1982 and was transformed into Lingotto Fiera, a buzzing mixed-use development featuring hotels, a shopping mall and art galleries. Don’t miss the contemporary Pinacoteca Agnelli gallery, set in the Fiat factory's former assembly line.
Car fans will enjoy roaming around the modern National Car Museum, home to a wide range of stylish modern and vintage vehicles. For fine food connoisseurs there’s Eataly, a sprawling Italian food emporium where you can sample and purchase some of Piedmont's finest produce.
Whether you’re a serious design aficionado or just want a stylish place to stay, a design hotel makes a perfect base. Use Expedia’s search tools to find your ideal design hotel in Turin.