Hotels in Turin, Italy

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Where to Stay in Turin, Italy?



  • Bed & Breakfast Casa Romar
  • Hotel Nizza Turin
  • Hotel Conte Biancamano
  • Hotel Bologna: located across the street from Porta Nuova station. Single rooms are EUR 50 per night and very helpful staff.
  • Doria: Single rooms are EUR 30, doubles EUR 40. TVs and bathrooms in the room, friendly staff. Address - Via Academia Albertina, 42 (near Porta Nuova Train Station, Center) +39 011 889300.


  • Hotel Artua'& Solferino: Rooms for 1-4 people. Internet access and parking available.Address - via Brofferio, via (Piazza Solferino).
  • Hotel Interporto: Easily accessible from the Caselle international airport, this is a three-star hotel. Address - Sesta Strada Interporto Sud Sito, 10040, Tel. +39 011.3981600 | Fax. +39 011.3981750.
  • Hotel Savoy Sestriere: The Savoy Sestriere is three star hotel located in the city centre, a comfortable location from which the ski slopes and lifts and the swimming centre are accessible. All rooms include internet access and private baths. Address - Via Fralteve 7 - Cap: 10058, Sestriere, Italy. [33]. Telephone +39 0122 77040 , Fax +39 0122 76326. 


  • NH Santo Stefano: Located in the heart of the historical Torino, this hotel boasts of a beautiful spa and is a stone’s throw away from the nightlife of Quadrilatero Romano.
  • The Grand Hotel Sitea Via Carlo Alberto 35: walking distance of the Piazza San Carlo, this hotel has a decent restaurant, excellent and collaborative staff with great room service.
  • Golden Palace: A 5-star luxury hotel with charming, tastefully decorated rooms and impressive halls. Close to Via Roma and Piazza Castello.
  • AC10: Located next to Eataly and Lingotto center, this 5-star offersdecent prices for a quality accommodation.
  • Boston Art Hotel Exclusive: A 4-star design hotel located near the train station, in the historical centre of Turin.
  • Principi di Piemonte: Yet another luxurious 5-star hotel in the historical district, very close to the shopping hub and pedestrian street Via Lagrange.


The cuisine of Turin is its own entity and the city has often been regarded as the heart of gastronomy in the Piedmont region, drawing food lovers to it with its rich range of indulgences. The aperitif is a ritual here, and a love of chocolate can be traced back to the royal Savoy family’s feasts. Delicious coffees are a signature excellence and other specialties include agnolotti stuffed pasta, the bagna caoda dip, boiled meats, cheese, truffle: all of which can be topped off by great red wines from the Piemonte region such as Barolo, Barbaresco, Nebbiolo, Dolcetto and Barbera or the equally impressive white wines from Spumante to Arneis, from Moscato (Muscat) to the precious Passiti (raisin wines).

Here are some of the top restaurants:

  • Casa del quartiere di San Salvario
  • Mar Rosso
  • Charlie Bird
  • Funkiglia
  • Astoria
  • L’arcadia
  • Il Covo della Taranta
  • Bazura
  • Blah Blah
  • Caffe Rossini

Hotels Near Attractions in Turin