"In a five-star hotel in Turin, the reception hall is very luxurious. At the front desk, you need to pay a deposit of 50-100 euros or the bank card number in the name of the check-in person, so friends who need to check in remember to prepare cash (no credit card deposit required) or credit card.
The hotel has two floors, and there is a connecting corridor on the first floor in Italy (the second floor in China) by elevator. In the prominent position of the elevator and the corridor, there will be guidance signs in English, Arabic, Chinese, and Chinese. Be sure to check the building where the room number is on the card when you check in, and the front desk will guide you when you deliver the card.
The room is similar to China Hotel, with free slippers, mini bar, paid snacks, kettle and so on. All the facilities marked with text in the room are English, Chinese and Chinese, so don't worry about the language. Here are two points to note: First, because the room is equipped with cotton wool facilities such as carpets, the entire room can see obvious high-density flying hair in the presence of light; second, there is a large amount of flocculent deposits in the kettle This may be due to the quality of the tap water in Italy. Friends with requirements in this regard suggest that they be used with caution.
All in all, this is one of the few high-end hotels in Turin and worth recommending!"
"This hotel is also a very famous hotel in Turin! In order to watch the game of Juventus, I watched the Raiders of other fans and chose this hotel. Very Chinese Friendly, everything is labeled in three languages Italian English Chinese. To get to the stadium, go to the nearby station and take route 72. Xinmen Railway Station is about a 10-minute walk from the door. It is very convenient to take a car! The only thing to note is that the normal check-in time is 4 pm. We arrived early and waited until about 1:30 to go directly to the stadium. It is generally estimated that you can check in early, and you don't have to wait until 4 o'clock."
"Just an incredible hotel! Unusual design, well-equipped rooms, although Turin is very central, but very quiet.
Valet parking is 25 euros per day. Fast wireless network. Great breakfast, tasting cheese and sausage. Thank you for probably the best accommodation in town for the price!"