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In a 15th-century mini-monastery (later home of the noble Pironi family) high in Cannobio's cobbled maze, Hotel Pironi is a charming choice...
Albergo Cantine Ascheri
Built around the Ascheri family’s 1880-established winery, incorporating wood, steel mesh and glass, this ultracontemporary hotel includes a mezzanine library, 27 sun-drenched rooms, and a vine-lined terrace overlooking the rooftops...
Hotel Villa Mon Toc
A cheerful, three-storey, orange residence, this is a comfortable spot just back from the railway. Rooms have a pleasingly old-fashioned air, with dark wooden furniture, big beds and throw rugs on the tile floors...
In the heart of the old town, this two-star hotel has a handful of apartments with their own kitchens (minimum seven-night stay; no breakfast). If you’re just passing through, its freshly spruced-up hotel rooms (with breakfast) are simple but spotless...
Enjoy hearty home cooking (and fresh-from-the-oven Nutella-filled croissants at breakfast) at this family-run hotel-restaurant in the new town’s centre...
This fine old building with its grand canopied entrance houses a surprisingly good value four-star hotel. The location is a short suitcase trundle from the main station and the rooms are large and comfortable with all the exec-style extras...
Albergo Ristorante San Giors
The city's second oldest hotel oozes atmosphere, but be prepared, this area of town is not for the faint hearted. The downstairs restaurant is generally full of happily chomping locals and the rooms are seductively old fashioned and simple...
Art Hotel Boston
The Boston's austere classical façade gives no inkling of the explosion of modern art inside...
Best Western Hotel Genio
This Best Western hotel is tucked beneath the arcades, a stone's throw from Stazione Porto Nuova...
Hotel Roma E Rocca Cavour
If you’ve stayed in too many cramped hotel rooms, you’ll love this 1854-established hotel opposite the Porta Nuova train station...
Grand Hotel Sitea
This top-notch oasis of calm and sophistication is apparently where the champion Juventus football team is put up when in town. It's handily situated for the Via Roma shopoholics, as well as for the train station and historic centre...
Ibis Styles Torino Porta Nuova
Very central, this place has a certain unpretentious charm. The only drawback is that, after swooning at the palatial public spaces, the dated rooms can be a let-down. That said, they are spick and span and spacious...
Prince Charles, among others, has stayed at the unique Albergo Dell’Agenzia, part of the same complex that houses the Università di Scienze Gastronomiche in Pollenzo...
Right across from Stazione Porta Nuova and just off Via Roma, this handily located two-star hotel is a good bet. Rooms come with extra-big showers, although those overlooking the neighbouring restaurant can be noisy.
A good bet in an area which is veering on the edgy but is not without a certain charm. Tastefully restored, Nizza boasts good-sized rooms which, although a little anonymous, are bright, comfortable and clean...
Hotel Des Artistes
A bright and pleasantly furnished hotel in a superb area for perusing Turin's nightlife. Hotel des Artistes offers particularly good-value accommodation. It also sports double glazing to escape the aforementioned nightlife when you fall into bed...
Prince and princess fantasies can be lived out at this 15th-century castle set in gazebo-dotted parklands. Take time out from the regal restaurant and the wellness centre to check out the original frescoes on the 2nd floor...
Le Petit Hotel
The hotel has improved from a pre-Olympics revamp. The lobby is positively swanky with acres of warm ochre marble, while the rooms are bright and modern if overly green; those on the 4th floor have superb city views...
Hotel Susa & Stazione
Handy all-round base for the area and located directly opposite Susa’s train station, this cycle-friendly hotel has 12 uniform rooms with private bathrooms and a restaurant (set menu €20). The staff gives out maps and itinerary proposals.
A businesslike three-star that will put you close to all of Alba’s amenities (culinary or otherwise), the Savona springs no surprises but hits the spot with clean comfortable rooms and knowledgeable English-speaking staff.
Best Western Hotel Piemontese
Brandishing three stars and a Best Western label, you can't go wrong at this chic stylish hotel which languishes inside a late-19th-century town house. Pricier rooms with jacuzzi and hydro-massage are available...
Artua' & Solferino
Artuá is one of two hotels run by the same family, just off the grand and leafy Corso Re Umberto I on a quiet residential street. Ride the fantastic old wooden lift with glass doors to the 4th floor...