Turin

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8 reviews
This top-notch oasis of calm and sophistication is apparently where the champion Juventus football team is put up when in town. — Lonely Planet
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5 reviews
This modern hotel in the Palazzo del Lingotto provides a good example of the successful restoration of an industrial building. — Michelin Guide
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5 reviews
Small Milan-founded hotel chain whose classy interior is best described with adjectives such as ‘chic’, ‘elegant’, ‘boutique’ and ‘suite’. — Lonely Planet
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4 reviews
Step through the doors of this somewhat plain-looking building between the Via Roma and the river, and you'll think you're in an English country house. — Frommer's
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4 reviews
Hotel Principi di Piemonte is a luxury, chain hotel (Atahotels) with 99 stylish guest rooms in the city center of Turin. — Oyster
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3 reviews
A stylish and central apartment stay at a boutique design hotel next to Parco del Valentino, in northern Italy's refined Turin - spa access included. — Jetsetter
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3 reviews
When Palazzo Toro (the present location of this hotel) was built after the Second World War, the building was cited for its design and structure in some of the best books on architecture. — Michelin Guide
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3 reviews
The Best Western Hotel Genova is a mid-sized chain hotel within walking distance of Turin's tourist-friendly restaurants, piazzas and shops -- along with the Porta Nuova Train Station. — Oyster
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5 reviews
Stay in luxury in the old Fiat factory with a few unusual perks thrown in – the 1km running track on the roof is Fiat’s former testing track. — Lonely Planet
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Centro
3 reviews
Set in a beautiful early 20th-century building, this contemporary hotel offers rooms decorated in pink, blue and cream. — The Telegraph
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3 reviews
Ideally located for transport, in a period building offering 45 recently remodelled rooms. Amenities include fridges, satellite TV and parking. — Rough Guide
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3 reviews
A stunning “art hotel”, celebrating Turin as Italy's burgeoning capital of contemporary art. — Rough Guide
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2 reviews
This tastefully decorated B&B in the heart of Turin offers three cosy rooms featuring family antiques and Japanese prints. — The Telegraph
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2 reviews
Unassuming from the front, the Petit Hotel has had a brush-up inside and offers very simple bedrooms with spotless, functional bathrooms. — Frommer's
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Crocetta
2 reviews
Occupying an 1850 building, the four-pearl Turin Palace Hotel is an elegantly decorated property with a convenient location a three-minute walk from the Porta Nuova station — Oyster
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1 review
This ecofriendly hostel in the happening San Salvario area is one of the few central places that caters to budget travellers. — Lonely Planet
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2 reviews
This is a modern hotel 2 blocks east of the train station, with comfortable beds and modern units. — Frommer's
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2 reviews
Once a pasta factory, this early 20th century building in the Lingotto area is now an up-to-date hotel that offers ideal comfort and completely modern facilities. — Michelin Guide
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1 review
This stylish b&b with a sleek, minimalist design is located in the heart of Turin’s historical centre. — The Telegraph
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1 review
This early-17th-century villa is set in its own 20-hectare (49-acre) park east of town near the Basilica di Superga. — Frommer's
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