x The average starting price for a place to stay in Turin is £62 per night.
Lungo Po Antonelli 45Outstanding 96%
monica_hin Our host was very accomodating. We felt very welcome and she went out of her way to help us however she could.
anita_shum So friendly, almost like staying at a friends house! A minus for the construction work outside (they are building the subway), very noisy.
annm.cairns The staff was very friendly and courteous, especially Paolo at Reception. He was very knowledgeable about what to do and see in Turin, as well as the best places to eat. I would recommend highly this hotel and would not hesitate to stay there again when next in Turin. The location was excellent and within easy walking distance of many major attractions.
hanley.sea Very comfortable, spacious room, with a nice view onto an indoor courtyard, and an en-suite bathroom. Room came with TV, both wireless and LAN access, and minibar. Very polite and helpful staff. Very good security, and a 24-hour reception. Nice building, with some unique features, in a very central location within walking distance of the centre of the city. Breakfast served each morning in a period-style room. The room was very peaceful, with zero noise either from the street or the other guests. Excellent value for money. I would recommend it to other visitors to Torino and I do intend to stay there again.
Via Valpellice 68/aGreat 83%
rgwalle1 We enjoyed our stay at Statuto very much. It is very handily situated at the entrance to Principi Metro station and a pleasant walk down Via Garibaldi to Piazza Reale. Our room was clean and well-serviced, and staff were very accommodating. Our deal did not include breakfast, and we found the air-conditioning arrangements very strange, and at times, non-existent. We would be very happy to re-visit Statuto should we return to Turin.
Via Cecchi Antonio 67Great 80%
Via Paolo Gaidano 113Great 80%
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