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Le Petit Hotel

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

very central Piazza Solferini, restaurant near the entrance, a 5 minutes walk to Piazza Castello, this is city center, rooms are smaller but nice, they have only 3 parking space outside, otherwise you will park somewhere in Piazza Solferini or in the outside park nearby. recomended if you want to explore the city.

A good middle range hotel breakfast could better as fresh fruit onlyapples poor quality and satsuma cold scrambled egg Room good and some staff excellent but not all . We would have loved area and offer machine inroom for a hot drink8in the morning on the whole we got a good deal but with just some changes could be excellent

The hotel is very well located in the city center, just 5 mins walk from Piazaa Castello and Via Garibaldi.The standard double room is very spacious and very clean.The decor is a bit outdated, kind of 80's style, however considering the price i think it was a fair deal. Breakfast is quite basic so don't expect much (especially in terms of variety). There is free Wi-Fi and there is a minibar in the room (no coffee making facilities).

Very close to the city centre and Via Garibaldi. Supermarket just around the corner. No noise from traffic, but as very thin isolation between the rooms, you might hear when your neighbours are having a shower or going to the toilet. Rooms not too big, but clean and neat. Beds a bit too hard for my taste. Breakfast ok, but nothing fancy. Would be great if some hotels had proper juice in the morning instead sweet lemonade with the taste of orange and pineapple...Wifi free, but not too fast. Irritating that the bottles of water in the fridge are not for free - to my knowledge, this was not written anywhere, but you find out at checkout....receptionist a bit cocky at check-in- I put my passport on the desk, and he asked me what I wanted? Well, what do you think, mate?! :) Apart from this, a good place.

Family group of 8 aged from 18 to 72 both genders - stayed 4 nights - 4 rooms. Pros Close to major attractions - a flat, easy 10 minute walk. Great breakfast - highly recommended. Fresh ham, sliced cheese, fresh fruit, bread rolls, bread for toast, jams, honey, coffee machine, tea, milk, juice, yoghurt, muesli, cornflakes, freshly baked fruit tarts, apple cake, freshly baked frittata, boiled eggs, fresh ricotta, no orders taken for cooked eggs, but who cares after all that. Restaurant downstairs - good pasta dishes €10, especially spaghetti carbonara and large pizzas €7-€10. Rooms opening onto inner courtyards were quieter and very pleasant view. Cons Black soot/dust covering everying in our room daily, not sure if it was from air con or open balcony door. Other Rooms facing the inner courtyard are quietest. One large bed only when requested twin beds. Tiny toilets in some rooms. One key per room to hand back to Reception when going out for the day. We think this is how Reception knows no one is in the room and has access to turn off lights. A couple of times on returning to hotel after day out had to ring Reception to advise no lights and miraculously lights worked. There is a charge for water bottles in mini bar.

Stayed one night in a single room. + Very affordable price in low-season for Torino - August (less than 35 EUR for a single room) - + Location is very good. 15 min walking to the central station. Very close to the Egyptian museum. Neighbourhood is good and very quiet. + Bathroom is small but it was recently renewed + Breakfast (included in price) is more than reasonable for a 3 star hotel - No A/C in basic single room. Fortunately it was a chilly night in August, otherwise it must be a nightmare - Located above a pizzeria that opens all night. It must be the only pizzeria in Torino opening all night long and it is below your room. - Staff is not particularly friendly or happy to be there.

Stayed here in June for 3 nights The reception staff were friendly and helpful and check in was easy .The reception area is quite spacious and there is an adjacent lounge area. Our room on the second floor was light ,bright and airy on the corner of the hotel with large opening windows onto a small veranda which overlooked the square at the top of the street .The bed was comfortable and there was sufficient wardrobe space and drawer space for two.The bathroom .was a little on the small side with the shower being a little tight for 6 feet one and 14 stones the toilet however was the most uncomfortable ever experienced being very narrow and high.Toiletries were adequate and the towels were reasonable.Breakfasts were taken in the basement and whilst good were somewhat higgledy piggledy there being no sign of cohesion in how things were arranged although there was adequate to both eat and drink.the room itself was somewhat austere. The hotel is very well placed for the sights and the shops being about 10 minutes from the Castello and the Royal palace and cathedral and about a 15 minute walk from Santa Suza station ther are also restaurants and bars nearby.In all I would stay here again if I were to visit Turin

Very nce hotel, extremely well located in the hearth of Turin. Staff was freindly, breakfast good, and room comfy and clean. Be aware that some room face an internal patio, which may not be everyone's preference. I would definetely go back.

I spent 6 nights at the Petit Hotel and enjoyed the location, close to many attractions and not too far from Porta Nuova station, the main hub. My room was small but comfortable and clean. There's a very good restaurant right next door. The negative part was the cold and aloof reception I received as soon as I walked into the hotel. I was asked brusquely to pay for my entire stay before going up to my room. The receptionist looked at my US passport and added that that's what they do in New York. To make a long story short, I paid the night before I left, as I always do. I'd consider going back to Turin, a nice city, but not to this hotel.

This is a well located and pleasant hotel. It had everything I needed and I would happily stay there again. The staff (especially the lady looking after the breakfast room) were friendly and accommodating. My room was large, clean, and comfortable.

Via San Francesco D'assisi 21 Turin TO

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Galleria Sabauda and Turin Royal Palace
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • Concierge services

Located in Circoscrizione 1, Le Petit Hotel is a leisurely stroll from popular sights such as Piazza San Carlo and Turin Royal Theatre. This 79-room, 3-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a restaurant, free in-room WiFi, and concierge services. In the historical district, it's also near Mole Antonelliana and Piazza Castello.


For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 7 AM to 10 AM. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service, or grab a bite to eat at the onsite restaurant.


All 79 soundproofed rooms feature minibars, phones, and desks. Guests can expect free WiFi and flat-screen TVs with satellite channels. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries.

Property features

Le Petit Hotel features free WiFi in public areas, a meeting room, and express check-in. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include express check-out and laundry facilities.

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

65.0% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 695 reviews