This was a very nice hotel in walking distance to everything including the metro. The room was very nice and the nonalcoholic minibar in the room was gratis (that means free for those of you in Rio Linda). Breakfast was included with our room and was also very nice, with a nice selection.
Traveller from South Carolina
Within an 1872 palace, and after 3 years of renovation has re-opened completely renovated the Turin Palace hotel. All rooms …More
The hotel is refreshingly different than any other hotels that I have stayed in (and I travel frequently).
The word "art" in the name is indicative of what you will find here. There is art throughout, and the rooms (at least the room I had) art featured prominently. And the room was very spacious.
The hotel staff were over-the-top friendly and made the stay that much better.
The surrounding area of Residence Sacchi gives one the impression of the hotel being located in a very "dead" part of town. However, once in our upgraded apartment, we were quite comfortable and quickly forgot about the surrounding area. There are some very nice restaurants within about 3 to 10 minutes walking distance from the hotel. There is also a mini super market very close by. The hotel was not all that helpful, when it came to going sightseeing. The staff, kept telling us to go and check things out on the internet. They did not even know where to go to get on the Hop-on, Hop-off bus!! Having said that, they were all very friendly and tried their best! The apartment we stayed in was very spacious, and had great cooking facilities. Great place to stay!!
A good location near the main railway station yet it is very quiet and peaceful. The hotel does not have a restaurant as there are excellent restaurants nearby and a map plus listing are provided. We found this very useful. The rooms are modern, spacious and well presented. The breakfast buffet is also very good. The staff are helpful and informative.
I can recommend this hotel as an ideal one in Turin.
Traveller from London
The hotel Executive is located in Turin, near the Porta Nuova railway station, a short distance from the Portici , 19th …More
I was new to Turin and this hotel was easy to find. it is across from the train station. it is centrally located, clean and comfortable. the staff was great in helping me find my way around. Breakfast good too.
Traveller from NYC
The Best Western Genio Hotel is situated in Turin, the vibrant city where the historical sights combine with modern …More
Turin's main train station is the Porta Nuova Station, built in the 1860s. Designed by Alessandro Mazzucchetti it was modelled on King’s Cross in London and consisted of an arrivals hall and a departures hall separated by a hall with a semicircular roof. The early 20th century saw many changes to the station and the interior has since been completely restructured, although the façade remains.