Turin, the capital of Piedmont region, is the third largest economic centre in Italy. The city is home to motoring giants Fiat and Lancia, banking corporation Intesa Sanpaolo, coffee brand Lavazza and international liquor brand Martini & Rossi. The city attracts a mix of business and leisure visitors from across Europe and the world, many of whom come to attend international fairs, conferences and exhibitions hosted in Turin.
Business Hotels in Central Turin
Many of Turin's business hotels are situated near Porta Nuova station, which allows easy access to both the city's historic centre and corporate hub. The majority of business hotels in Turin offer facilities including free WiFi, parking and 24-hour room service, as well as airport transfers, fitness rooms, and access to business centres, conference and meeting rooms.
Stay near the Turin Exhibition Centre
Located in the former Fiat factory, the state-of-the-art Lignotto Fiera is Turin's main exhibition and conference centre. It has 70,000 square metres of indoor and outdoor exhibition space and hosts international events throughout the year. To be near the centre, choose a Turin business hotel in the Lingotto or Mirafiori neighbourhoods.
Dining out in Turin's Historic Centre
After a busy day of work, head back to your Turin business hotel for a relaxing drink in the bar, or entertain clients in one of the Turin's many trattorias and fine dining restaurants. Turin is the founding city of aperitivo, the Italian cocktail hour where bars offer a generous and complimentary buffet of antipasti for the price of a drink. For a business dinner, why not try some of the region's finest wines and local dishes at a traditional trattoria in Centro.
Getting Around Turin
Turin's historic centre is easy to explore on foot, but if you’re travelling on business you may need to reach other parts of town for meetings and client visit. Luckily Turin has an excellent public transport system, comprising trams, buses, railways and a subway. And since many of Turin’s business hotels are near Porta Nuova station, it’s also easy to organise a rail excursion into the wider Piedmont region if you have a free day.