This hotel is in the centre of Turin, and about 10 to 20 minutes' walk (depending on how quick one walks) from the Porta Susa rail station.
The Mole Antonelliana, Egyptian Museum and other attractions of the city (including the magnificent river Po, Italy's longest river) are within walking distance.
The same can be said about some of the best restaurants and snack places in Turin, also virtually round the corner.
The hotel has a very clean and pristine appearance, it is very well kept.
The staff at the reception is polite and professional and the breakfast is fresh and abundant.
The room was spacious (I had a single room) and whilst the bathroom, probably due to space reasons, was on the small side, it was not so small as to be uncomfortable.
The bed was comfortable and, if I had to find one tiny flaw, as my room window faced the road over a restaurant with lots of "al fresco" tables, there was some noise from the street, but was not so loud as to disturb my sleep.
The price was very convenient and, all in all, I think I may well return to Le Petit Hotel.