Turin Hotels

Turin has a great range of hotels to suit every pocket and taste. There are plenty of decent options in the city centre, near the train station and in Lingotto, close to the conference centre.

The Turin hotels below have been hand-picked by our guide author and are grouped into three different pricing categories:
Luxury (over €140)
Moderate (€95 to €140)
Cheap (under €95)

These prices are based on the starting prices for a standard double room and include tax and breakfast, unless otherwise specified.

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Grand Hotel Sitea

+39 11 517 0171.

This 4-star hotel in the centre of the city has been around since 1925. It has plush, soundproofed rooms and regularly plays host to visiting film and sporting stars. The Carignano Restaurant serves a Piedmont tasting menu, so guests can familiarise themselves with the local specialities.

Via Carlo Alberto 35, 10123, Turin, Italy

NH Torino Lingotto Tech

+39 11 664 2000.

This 4-star hotel in the enormous former Fiat factory is situated next to the conference centre and 8Gallery, Turin’s main shopping mall. All rooms have vast windows and high ceilings and are furnished with sleek modern furniture.

Via Nizza 230, 10126, Turin, Italy

Victoria Hotel

+39 11 561 1909.

Nab yourself a top floor room of this elegant, centrally positioned hotel as most come with stylish roof terraces that afford distant views of the Alps. This welcoming 4-star stay comes with the added bonus of a peaceful spa complete with swimming pool, sauna and Jacuzzi. Breakfast is an exquisite spread and afternoon tea is also worth your time.

Via Nino Costa 4, 10123, Turin, Italy

Best Western Hotel Piemontese

+39 11 669 8101.

In the heart of hipster San Salvario, this smart 3-star hotel is a short suitcase drag from Porta Nuova train station. Situated in an art nouveau building with an old wooden elevator, the hotel was refurbished in 2010. Some rooms have Jacuzzi baths, while others are designed to fit families.

Via Berthollet 21, 10125, Turin, Italy

Art Hotel Boston

+39 11 500 359.

Just behind the Porta Nuova station, this 4-star hotel has helpful staff, a restaurant, and funky contemporary décor with artworks by acclaimed artists in its public areas. It also has Wi-Fi and air-conditioning throughout. The bar overlooks a quiet garden, perfect for a summer cocktail or aperitif.

Via Massena 70, 10128, Turin, Italy

Townhouse 70

+39 11 1970 0003.

In the heart of the historic centre, just behind the Piazza Castello, this boutique hotel occupies a renovated historic building and has 48 comfortable rooms. It also has tea and coffee making facilities in the rooms (a rarity in Italy) alongside free Wi-Fi and upmarket toiletries.

Via XX Settembre 70, 10122, Turin, Italy

Gianduja B&B

+39 345 417 6248.

This friendly bed and breakfast has clean, bright rooms and is furnished with contemporary fabrics and modern bathrooms - some with spa baths. Book a room with a balcony to enjoy views of Turin’s street life and the mountains beyond. There is a bus and tram stop just outside the hotel for onward travel across the city.

Corso Duca degli Abruzzi, 48, 10125, Turin, Italy

Pensione Orizzonte

+39 11 817 1360.

Situated alongside the antique booksellers and record dealers of Via Po, staying at this classic pensione (guest house) is like stepping back in time. Rooms are simple, but clean, with elegant parquet floors. Wi-Fi and breakfast are included in the hotel’s very reasonable room rates.

Via Po, 38, 10123, Turin, Italy

Ai Savoia

+39 339 125 7711.

Close to the trendy Roman quarter, this charming bed and breakfast is spread over four historical buildings in the city centre. Its elegant rooms are named after Savoy monarchs and all have gilded period furniture, striking chandeliers and historic prints on the walls. You can choose from rooms with a private bathroom or an apartment.

Via del Carmine 1B, 10122, Turin, Italy

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