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Hotels in Turin

The Italians call it Torino, and you'll call Turin a whirlwind of culture and Italian history. It was a key part of the country's ‘Risorgimento' (the resurgence, when Italy was unified). Turin gained further appeal with tourists when it hosted the Winter Olympics in 2006.

Exploring Turin

The continental feel of the city is created by the long boulevards lined with trees and the many pavement cafés.

Many of the piazzas, squares and gardens were built between the 16th and 18th centuries. The contrast between the modern facilities in Turin hotels and the view out of the window is an interesting one.

Arts and culture

The city has given its name to the Turin Shroud, given the world the Fiat car and is the home of world-class football team Juventus.

The Mole Antonelliana is a major landmark and symbol of Turin, and the 19th-century building houses the National Museum of Cinema. ‘Mole' means ‘monument', giving you a clue as to the building's very impressive size.

Turin is also where you'll learn a lot more about Egyptian history. At the Museo Egizio, you can discover the largest collection of antiques from Egypt outside of Cairo.

Knowledge and power

Turin is home to some of Italy's most respected universities and schools, and is where many notable Italian politicians were born. It acted as the country's first capital city in 1861.

The city claims a UNESCO World Heritage Site: the Royal Palace of Turin. Built in the 16th century and added to in the 17th century, it shows off Baroque architecture and a chapel created specifically to house the shroud.

The University of Turin is more than six centuries old. It's produced Nobel Prize winners, Italian Prime Ministers and notable writers and philosophers.

Italian cuisine

Locally sourced ingredients, such as hazelnuts and fresh eggs, are used by numerous restaurants in Turin. The wider Piedmont-Sardinia area in the northwest of Italy is known for its traditional take on food.

The Salone del Gusto food festival takes place in late October. There are mixology and cooking classes, as well as special events for kids.

It's said that the tradition of having an aperitif – a drink served before your meal – began in the city. The aperitivo is usually a sweet drink, such as Martini Rosso which also originated here.

Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Turin

What are the best hotels to stay in Turin?

According to our booking data, the most booked hotels in Turin are NH Santo Stefano, NH Collection Torino Piazza Carlina and NH Torino Lingotto Congress.

What are the most convenient hotel rates in Turin?

The lowest price for a double room in Turin is £42.

What hotels are in the central Turin neighborhood?

If you want to stay near the center of Turin, you can consider staying at NH Santo Stefano, Hotel Azalea and NH Collection Torino Piazza Carlina.

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