Ratings based on 7 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.9 Room cleanliness
3.3 Service & staff
3.7 Room comfort
3.3 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Personal Eventby Nitin K. from Washington DC
Not for intl travellers...Posted Jan 2, 2014 on Hotels.com
This is a funky hotel, with rooms scattered over a building blended with separately owned flats. The main block has a lift, but my room, in an annex, had only stair access. Good location, 3 minutes walk from one end of Via Garibaldi, the main pedstrn zone. Room was OK, but cooking range did not work and shower did not drain. Brkfst felt cheap, as though matls were from a 7-11 type store. Biggest problem is really no one speaks english, which makes using local knowledge very difficult. TV is all italian channels. I needed local directions, etc and simply found it too frustrating so stayed only two nights.
for Familiesby Simong from Hinckley
No nonesense, does what it says on the tin!Posted Nov 5, 2013 on Hotels.com
My son & I stayed in this hotel for 2 nights and found it to be good value for money and well located too. The hotel staff weren't too fluent with English, but it was adequate enough to get by and they were friendly enough. The rooms were comfortable enough and although the hotel was slightly dated, renovation works were being carried out during the day. Close to local shops, train station & metro!
for Everyoneby Ann from Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands, UK
Don't judge a book by its coverPosted Aug 19, 2013
Pros: Big family room with fridge
Cons: Front could do with a bit off a face lift
Location: not far to main shopping area and plenty of places toeat.
We had a family room, which was very big as family rooms go. There was a double and two single beds and a fridge in the room and we did not feel cramped. The bathroom was large and the room had air-conditioning and our room was at the back, so quiet. There is a courtyard for parking behind the hotel. Our first impressions of the hotel were not great as the outside could do with a bit of tlc but inside the breakfast room etc was recently decorated and tidy. It's 10 minutes walk maximum to the Via Garibaldi (main shopping area) and plenty of places to eat within easy reach.
Recommendedby david from canada
better than advertisedPosted Aug 16, 2013 on Hotels.com
I stayed here 10 days for the World Masters Games. I found this hotel better than expected. The rooms are air conditoned. The staff friendly and flexible. Their English is not great but they try and you are in Italy. Biggest drawback was the breakfasts which were unsatisfactory for a long stay.
for Familiesby Dave from Canada
decent valuePosted Aug 10, 2013 on Hotels.com
The hotel was good for a 2 star hotel. We stayed 10 days during the World Masters Games. Breakfast definitely leaves something to be desired, particularly after the first couple of days.
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Recommendedby A verified traveler from London
Good location, but unhelpful staffPosted Oct 8, 2011 on Hotels.com
Hotel Antico Distretto is ideally located close to the centre of Turin and Porta Susa station. Room has a fridge.Breakfast is really poor,consist of sweet pastries,jam and juices. That's it.Not even a butter. We had to go to the bar and ask for a coffe which was inclusive,but they wouldnt offer it to us. Staff didnt speak english which was quite dificult because they didnt even have our reservation, so whole check in process took us 20min. Only one person in the morning who also made coffes for other guests annd answering phones while he was checking us in. The same when checking out.