Hotel Torino3.0 out of 5.0
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Average hotel in great location. Staff are ok. Buffet breakfast limited.
I stayed at the guest room which was close by. Aside from being close to San Marco and shopping areas, I was disappointed with the hotel staff and the room. The room was not very clean and there was a huge crack on the celling that went along the whole room. the hotel staff told different prices for the breakfast; one said it would be EUR10 for all of us and the other said it would be EUR10 for only one person. At the end they asked me to pay for all of us which was frustrating. Another thing was they said they will arrange a free trip to Murano island but they left us there and then when we called the hotel to arrange for the return, the staff said we are supposed to come back by ourselves. It was on a rainy day and I was with my son which made things even more complicated. I am quite disappointed with this hotel.
I would not stay at this hotel ever again. The hotel elevator is super slow. I could take my luggage up the stairs faster. Carpet is obviously old and dirty. The room feels dirty. The springs on the bed can be felt. It was an awful experience and quite nearly ruined my experience in Venice. Avoid by all means. It is not worth it. The staff was nice, but still not worth it. Needs major updating and cleaning!
Room was clean and spacious, a bit dated. Carpets need to be changed! Location is great; bathroom has been renovated and it is quiet. Elevator is not always working well and the staff is not the friendliest, but ok for a short stay.
Close to St. Marks square and easy to get by water Taxi / Vaporetto (Euro 7.5 each ticket). Better to take faster number 2 Vaporetto that has fewer stops from Venice Santa Lucia train station. Older hotel, we had water leak from floor above onto one bed. Decent sized room for 3 people, decent breakfast too. Friendly staff / owner.
The hotels location is excellent and pretty good value for money. The staff are well mannered and helpful and I do recommend hotel Torino.
The location was great, near Piazza San Marco. The room was old but it's expected from Venice as it's an older/charming place. Didn't like the carpet as it felt dirty. The bed was not as comfortable and the nights were warm....they did have AC but we didn't know how to work it. The breakfast was ok, but the breakfast room was too small to handle many guests. The price was great because of the location. The hotel needs some remodeling or upgrading, but then again, you are in Venice to enjoy the breath-taking scene.
2 people stayed in the annex and it was a huge apartment with so many features including a full kitchen, 2 TVs and tons of space! Our stay was fantastic and well worth the value.
This is the only hotel out of the 5 I stayed at on my 14 day trip that I truly disliked and was very disappointed. I don't like writing bad reviews, however I would have appreciated hearing this before I booked because I wouldn't have. This hotel was not easy to find, no sign! It is in the corner of a building, with only lettering on the door, the only sign it had. They held my passport for a while! Our room was not at the hotel, it was a few blocks away, and no breakfast included, but expensive stay for a bad hotel. No elevator to the 3rd floor. Very old and dirty and many bugs!
We actually had a room in a different building that is not annexed to the main hotel. The room was small, but clean. The staff, especially the concierges are great.
The room was tiny and extremely small. The elevator was restrictly used so we had to get onto the stairs up to the third level. The frondesk receptionist was unfriendly. The breakfast was good and service acceptable.
I was on a trip to "introduce Europe" for my two grandsons. When we arrived at Hotel Torino in Venice, they had no record of my prepaid [...]) status for two rooms. This caused me, my wife and and my two grandsons great distress and expense. I really don't know who to blame[...]
There are only 2 positive about this hotel; their staff as they were very polite and helpful, and the location. That being said, my girlfriend and I were very disappointed with our room as the pictures they provide when booking are of the main hotel and not of the annex building, which was were we were taken, which felt like a total bait-and-switch to us. The annex building is located a 100 yards or so from the main hotel and you have to walk down a dark and slightly scary alley to get to the door. There's no elevator in the building and the room was not much of an upgrade from that of a hostel. It was a tiny room, with a worthless air conditioner, and a laughable 13" TV...at least it had an in-room bathroom with hot water. We were glad that we were only in Venice for 1 night.
close to everything, very friendly staff, small rooms but clean, comfortable bed
This hotel is a great price for the location. I looked at other reviews to get advice and it was helpful. The lower priced rooms are located just a short walk from the hotel. It's tricky to find the hotel entrance though. We took a water taxi (50euros for two people)from the airport to a random spot they dropped us off to and we happened to wander in the right direction. You can take the local ferry aliliguna which is cheaper, but lugging around your suitcases in the city is a huge trouble, especially if you have no clue where you are. The people there were very friendly and helped a lot. In the other part of the hotel where we stayed it is 4 floors with no elevator which was another downside, but they had a bell boy help up bring up our bags and take them down at the end of our stay. It is a work out though. Rooms are very small with no air conditioning. Ours was perfect though because there was a nice breeze coming in. I don't think it would be pleasant in the summer months. No internet is provided and no breakfast. The location is amazing though, it's right down the street from the plaza and you can still walk to rialto. It was just a pain to lug around our luggage through the city to get back to the airport.
Great City..be prepared to walk a lot. Hotel is very close to San Marco but also to Rialto and most attractions. Reasonably priced...rooms clean..air con. New Bathroom a plus. Hotel has no real guest areas outside of a small...very small breakfast area...Good Value.
Hotel uses a separate building called the ANNEX a few blocks from their location on the map. There was no elevator and all rooms are upstairs. Public areas had no A/C and the small window unit in rooms was inadequate. Very tiny bathrooms and rooms. Location was excellent. Very helpful staff. If you reserve, specify that you do not want the Annex building.
the staff was most courteous and helpful. the breakfast was fresh,clean and tastefully presented. my only dissappointment was the airport transfer(s); I assumed they were included...they're not.
Loved the location. Room was great but lacked the air conditioning, which made it not so comfortable at night. Bathroom was too small even for an average person, you could not bend over to pick up the soap in the shower, and it also leaked as the drainage was not adequate. As the bathroom floor is not completely sealed, I am not sure how long it will be before they get major mold problems...
We found the hotel with little effort but since the only things with the hotel name on them are the glass door that is opened and therefore not visible most of the time and a tile in front of the door that you're not likely to see, I understand how people walk up and down the street without finding it. The air conditioning did not work when you were outside of the room because you had to take your key with you. This meant that the room was hot when you got there and the airconditioning never quite got the room cool. I was also disappointed by the lack of technology (most of our hotels had free wi-fi but this hotel didn't have a protected server).
Located in San Marco, Hotel Torino is adjacent to Basilica of St Mary of Health and within a 10-minute walk of other popular attractions like St. Mark's Basilica. This 23-room, 3-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a bar/lounge, free in-room WiFi, and a 24-hour front desk. Rialto Bridge and St. Mark's Square are a short walk from the hotel, which is in the historical district.
Start your day off with breakfast, available for a fee. At the end of the day, unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge.
All 23 air-conditioned rooms provide minibars and safes. Guests can enjoy free WiFi and satellite TV. Bathrooms have hair dryers and bidets.
Guests of Hotel Torino enjoy features like free WiFi in public areas. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with luggage storage and tours/tickets.