Users' blogs about Turin (Italy)
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Far from city center but easy to reach, close to the tram and train stations. Clean rooms and helpful staff. No wifi in the rooms, only in lobby.
Absolutely fabulous hostel tucked away in a quaint little village. If you like walking this is perfect for you with a small village close by which offers a great place to wander around with cobbled streets and lovely food. Mountains aren't too far town is about hour and half by bus but easy to work out how to get to. Hostel is positioned in a beautiful location next to a park high up on a hill with nice views. It was clean and bathroom was nice. Breakfast was a little rubbish but hey you didn't mind. Would def go back.
The staff were the most unfriendly people I met during my 2 weeks travel in Italy. The computer was broken, so if you didn't bring your own laptop, which backpackers normally don't, then you could not use the internet. It is very far out in a part of town that I would have chosen not to see, if I knew that before. But it was clean and quiet, at least.
Very far from Torino. However it is clear from the primary information on the hostel. In other aspects no negative surprises. I rated only: cleanless, staff and position.
Try to make more of a community of the hotel/hostel. Then it will be terrific for backpackers! I was very satisfied though.
nice hotel in the center of the city, nice, helpful staff
Good bathroom and big lockers in the rooms, everything ok!
This was a decent hotel. We were only in Turin one night. Rooms were fairly good for a two star. Only complaint is some of the staff seemed unwilling to to try and understand our Italian. We aren't fluent by any means but when another staff member says the exact same thing you just said and they now understand it, can be frustrating.
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