This is a family run hotel close to the Porta Nuova station, which is a terminal station for regional trains for the city. Attention, this station is not the TGV station for the train from Lyon to Milan, which stops at the Porta Susa station, which is 1,5km away. THe staff are…
Old style decorated hotel but very clean and no carpets! The manager is very nice and accommodating. There is normally a parking but it was full and we could get another one close by. Breakfast is included and was ok. Nice staff. Clearly a very good option for lower budget.
We chose this family run hotel for it's proximity to the train station - couldn't get any closer - right across the street (which could be noisy at night). A real plus, is that we could check in at 10am, after our trans-Atlantic crossing and train to Turin. Room was clean and…
Stayed there for a couple of days in June. If you compare it with other 3 star hotels on the same price level around, this one is rather lower level. People are quite friendly and rooms are okay. Breakfast though is not really good. Ham and cheese from plastic packs etc.…
Ask for Paolo, tell him Daniel sent you. After a long ride from Paris on the bus, was able to check in at 4:30 am. Great breakfast, great hotel close to the train station. Genial owner, speak many languages. Worth the stay and great downtown location.
"We had a room with a balcony on the main road but it was not noisy at all, considering the train station was just across the road."
"Soundproofing is good in all rooms. My room (209) overlooking the courtyard was nice and quiet, and there is a lift to all floors."
"Try and get all on the one floor and corner rooms seemed a good option"
"Triple rooms, no A/C in Italy until certain times of year, no matter the temperature. Make sure to ask specifics about this."
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