Comfortable and trendy
Posted Aug 8, 2016
Initially the check-in was a bit annoying because we have a 5 year old and a 10 month old infant and the room was apparently only for "3", even though the baby sleeps in a bed with us. The hotel staff was apparently perplexed but "let it slide" and told us we have to be responsible for the baby (as if we wouldn't??) and allowed our family of 4 to stay. The room was great - a separate bedroom and my 5 year old slept in a "living room" area on a twin bed so it was great to have the separation for when the baby wakes in the night. The facilities are very modern and trendy. Upstairs on the roof is a very tiny pool and some oversized connect 4 and chess games. No shade up there, beware. But my son and husband still had a great time for a couple hours while the baby napped. Location wise we needed to take a taxi to get to the center, which the hotel staff called and it cost less then 10 euros to get there.
Breakfast is an additional 5 euros and was probably the best deal in Italy - the breakfast had everything you could want, including a juice maker where you can make fresh orange and carrot juice.
The air conditioning in the room didn't really work, so it was hot and stuffy. That's the only downfall, but an important one as it was over 90 in Torino that day.