Statuto Eco Art Hotel2.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Simple hotel close to subway and Porta Susa Railway Station. Clean and basic rooms, large enough to be comfortable. Kind reception, essential breakfast. Appealing price, very good arrangement for short stay downtown
We had to find a place to stay when we got stuck in Turin after missing our train. This was one of the first hotels we came across, and thankfully it had a vacancy! Nice little hotel. Woman on reception was very understanding of our situation, gave us a nice welcome and friendly advice. Room smelt a bit of cleaning product. It was a simple room but fitted our needs perfectly. Free, decent WiFi. Lift is very small, could barely fit two of us in there with our luggage. Eco hotel with a pleasant atmosphere.
We had a tiny room up in the roof! The window opened up to the rooftops. We had stayed in this hotel last year and found it to be satisfactory. This time, the staff were just indifferent. I had broken my foot and requested ice and my poor husband was sent on a wild goose chase down to a Farmacia that was closed! Finally they gave me a half melted plastic ice pack that was of no use. No offer of help, no show of concern.There was no air conditioning in our room. The breakfast was fine, help yourself and warm your own milk. Sorry, this is not a cheap hotel, be a bit more service minded!
if you are in milan, take the train to porta susa, the metro to the d'acaja stop, walk out and BOOM you are there. 50 mt down the street is the restaurant Papille. perfect. next day take the metro to the Marconi stop - get off and walk 5 minutes to Parco de Valentino. Spend the entire day there walking along the river and seeing the castle and what have you. no hassle whatsoever. I paid double the going rate because i went there for Terra Madre/Slow Food events, and they increase prices to reduce the demand as simply supple/demand economics tells us. it says you can get breakfast, but i saw no evidence of this whatsoever. the front desk has an espresso machine, but i saw no evidence of a bar. no wine bottles in sight. beer available in the vending machine. the garden outdoor area and art display room very beautiful. my room was comfortable. front desk people extremely nice and helpful. the gym facilites the hotel has access to were not available, which should be indicated on the website. this was 50% of the reason I chose the hotel. this is a dealbreaker that i found out about after i made the reservation. i would highly recommend it, but the rate i paid was a high 3 star, not a 2 star. recommendation: put coffee makers in the room. indicate something somewhere about breakfast. room service was indicated as a feature, yet i have no idea what anyone would be able to order. i would return. with my coffee maker.
Lovely helpful lady at the front desk, clean tidy rooms with air con, happy days, highly refined this place, free fast wifi and a great place all round We turned up late unannounced but the reception was great and found us a room and was very helpful with extra information on our travel requirements the next day out
The position is very good: 5 mins from Piazza Statuto, at the border of the historical city centre, right on the underground line. The personnel is nice and room is not small (for European standards). However the desk is not large enough to accomodate a laptop + a notebook. All in all I had a pleasant stay.
Very good hotel. 5 minutes walk from Torino main train station (Porta Susa). Very friendly & helpful staff. Also the room was spacious & very clean! It is also 10 minutes away from the Juventus Stadium by car/taxi.
I liked the place, it is totally worth the money, clean and has a nice and helpful personnel. The location is right by the metro station (Principe D'Acaja). Lots of buses to hop on from the Statuto Square
I stayed here with four friends recently, and only had positive thigns to say. It's close to the Metro station that links you with the city centre. It's cheap and the rooms were very clean. The decor was very modern and tastefully done. Rooms were cleaned and linen/towels changed daily. If I was to return to Turin, I'd 100% book here.
I say, "Just okay" because the rooms smelled like cigarette smoke and were sprayed with an overwhelming perfume to cover up the smoke. The smell was overwhelming. The breakfast room could use a more welcoming space. Including real juice rather than juice boxes. That said, the staff is wonderful and the location is 1/2 block from the Metro line and within walking distance of the City Center.
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77% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 244 reviews