Holiday Inn Turin City Centre4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Arrived mid afternoon greeted by a great guy very nice to chat with helpful but no recognition for spire elite.... Rooms are nice enough but dated Location excellent Breakfast is basic too. But hey its an ok hotel
the hotel need to be refurbished, the location is great, you must pay for the parking or you can get a traffic tickets. the staff is polite and the breakfast is average. Rate are in line with the market.
The location of this hotel is great... walking distance to pretty much anything in downtown Turin, including the bus link to the airport. However, rooms require some renovation with rattling bathtub piping, noisy (squeaky) room doors, elevator with doors that won’t open if you press on the “keep open” button, noisy AC and a shower head that won’t get you wet unless you wait for 15min as low flow and limestone residue reduce flow so much that there no way to shower. Personnel is quite nice and that’s unfortunate that this place is being left behind. Won’t be back there unless I have to.
This hotel is a dark, sketchy place which is old, not clean and way to expensive for the service given. As a Platinum Ambassador I stayed in many IHG places before, normally very pleasent and up to it's standards, but this hotel should be removed form the chain. - rooms are exhausted - parking garage almost impossible to enter without damaging your car - bed sheets dirty and missing pieces - room smells like a grandmother's carpet - Staff bored and has no recognition for members and no perks given as a free drink upon arrival. When we told staff about room issues they didn't seem to care, but told us to pay the full bill. Felt like staff was being immune about the situation. Way to expensive for what you get if you ask me. Avoid this hotel!
Staying in Turin for a few nights, decided to check in here, is only a short walk from the railway station and around €30 cab ride from the Airport. Lovely quiet hotel, old but good! Room clean and tidy although I could not seem to turn off the AC!! 2 bottles of sparkling water in the ridge and coffee making facilities. A lovely coffee shop across the road as well as a great restaurant 20 meters up the street La Couta :-) Always a member of staff on reception, vending machine in the lobby so bottles of water to buy too! I would recompensed and I would stay again Thanks :-)
As part of Business visit, stayed here for 5nights. Check in and check out is so smooth. Since it is exactly in city center, reaching here from Airport (by SEDAN bus) is very easy. From the bus last stop, its only a walk away. Also, porta nova station is also a very few feet away. All restaurants and public transport accessibility is more more convenient. Just get 10Euro pass which will be valid for 3 days unlimited time. Hotel: Breakfast is good, room is clean but bit old type.They claim Jacuzzi in our bathtub but it was not working. Gym in working condition. No guest laundary..(but just beside the railway station, an awesome Lav-suica self laundary system available. Staffs are good and friendly. Overall highly recommended
Having used IHG hotels for many years, I am an advocate of the brand hence it is always going to be my choice to stay in one of the many hotels they offer. However, I am - like those who've written before me - shocked to discover this even has the Holiday Inn logo on its door let alone anything else as it pretty much fails on every single aspect of what I've come to love about IHG. Firstly, the location is good - next to Porta Nuova train station which has direct trains across Italy including to Milan, Rome, Genoa and Naples amongst others. However, this really is where the positives stop... Upon arrival, albeit early, we were granted early check-in by a friendly receptionist, whilst his colleague hollered across the lobby if a king bedded room was suitable for us two guys! I let that one go but whilst check in was quick and efficient, no standards were followed, no membership acknowledged (I'm an Ambassador) nor was an offer of points or a drink voucher. We were issued keys to room 306 and got into the lift and headed to our room, or so we thought. We walked along the corridors and thought wow - the hotel is modern - albeit not from the outside nor the lobby. But this thought was momentary - as we scanned the key card - the door sprung open to find a room so dated I felt like I was in the local Palazzio Real in 1870! I half expected someone to jump out - and so the fact I then realized I wasn't the only one in the room didn't scare me as much as it would. Someone else's belongings were in the room and whilst I didn't see the other guest, I hurried out as shocked and mortified as I could have possibly been! I was given the keys to a room that was already occupied!!! I went downstairs to be met by an apologetic grumble and quickly given the keys to room 306 - with the explanation given as 'sorry but she is very busy today', in reference to the housekeeper who had obviously advised the reception the room was ready for occupation. We returned to the second room, again entering the lift which must be the first one ever installed in Turin. Dated and old, I was always pleased to find it reached the 3rd floor each time as it never ever felt like it would. We sat on the bed and realized the room was so hot so tried to then call to have guidance on how to operate the air conditioning. Needless to say, the phone didn't work. Another trip down to reception to find there was no air conditioning. Furthermore, a request for a fan to cool down in the 29 degree heat was also negative - they didn't have any. We stumbled back upstairs again to try to rest - but between door banging and telephones going off from staff in the corridor, that was senseless. I suppose in one sense a good thing was that their phone worked, as ours didn't! We left the hotel and spent the rest of the day in the centre, dreading our return. As night fell, we did give in and headed back to retire for the night. I wanted to shower to cool down - but it didn't work properly and also, I didn't want to mess around or spend much time in there trying to figure anything out as it also looked so unhygienic. Don't even ask if I tried to call down to have someone come fix it, remember the phone was there in the room but doesn't work! With the dreadful heat, hard bed, experience of the day (half expecting someone to come into the room!), leaving Turin on our next stop to Milan was the best thing about the hotel experience at least. Other than that the city is lovely. It would just help if the hotel you booked like this one allowed you to sleep in peace and harmony! It is after all supposed to be the place you come to rest after a trip out all day!
This hotel is very conveniently located close to Turin main station and bus stop for the airport shuttle. The hotel was clean and well administered. The staff were pleasant and cheerful. The only drawback was that the restaurant was not open and the Bar did not stay open until very late, so if one wanted a drink after 10:30, this was not possible. All said and done, due to its location I would recommend this hotel.
We stayed at this hotel for 3 Nights. First of all: The rooms are clean and quite nice. The hotel is located very central, Close to the Porta Nuova station. The staff was friendly, the breakfast (included) was ok and the beds were nice. The problem was the heat. We had no air condition in the room! There was a hatch that looked like air condition, but we had no control panel or switch for it. So we had to sleep with the window open. But the traffic noise from outside made it very difficult to sleep... :-(
The hotel is nicely placed near the Porta Nuova railway station. A bus is available from/to the airport which start/stops near here. The staff were friendly: the room was large and pleasant: the breakfast was very nice (purchased as part of package). The in room refreshments were supplemented by our own supplies, but it did have a kettle which some European hotels do not have. ( The milk powder needs to be dissolved in lukewarm water before adding to the hot drink.) Turin was a surprise. On our first day we could see the snowy alps peaking through the streets on our walk through the city. Subsequent days it was too misty! We really enjoyed supping beer in one of the squares and visiting the large park on the banks of the river Po.
- Walking distance to Galleria Civica d'Arte Moderna e Contemporanea
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- Business center
Located in Historic Centre within a short walk of Galleria Civica d'Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, Holiday Inn Turin City Centre is within a mile (2 km) of other popular sights such as Galleria Sabauda. This 57-room, 4-star hotel has conveniences like a restaurant, a bar/lounge, and free in-room WiFi. Located centrally in Turin, it's also close to Turin Royal Palace and Valentino Castle.
This hotel is home to a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Satisfy your hunger from the comfort of your room with room service. For your convenience, breakfast is available for a fee.
The 57 rooms are soundproofed and have an array of amenities, including minibars, coffee makers, and free newspapers. Flat-screen TVs come with satellite channels and pay movies, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Beds sport pillow menus and bathrooms offer hair dryers and bidets. Free local calls, safes, and desks are also available.
Holiday Inn Turin City Centre features free WiFi in public areas, a meeting room, and a business center. If you drive, self parking is EUR 18 per day, and there's also limo/town car service. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include a computer station, express check-in, and free newspapers.
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52% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 414 reviews