I stayed in Hotel Genova e Stazione for 5 nights and found not a single thing wrong with it, the room I was given not only was big and spacious it also had a stained glass set of French doors and a balcony looking over the bus station, even theough I say that it was a nice view. The man that was behind the desk was very polite, he spoke good English (my Italian lacked at asking for a taxi) and would go out of his way to make sure every thing went right for you. Even the cleaners would give you a Boungiorno as you headed down to the breakfast room. The food was fresh healthy and light and there was a big range to choose from.There are also conference rooms and on street parking spaces. I thoughrougly enjoyed my stay at the Hotel and will one day return.
P.S Hotel Genova e Stazione is now also a Best Western
Unique Quality: There are balconies, stained galss windows and doors, the front is covered with porticoes and inside the decor is grand a palacial. The hotel used to be a Palazzo and what it has been turned into is just amazing.
Directions: Middle of Via Sacchi, opposite the Bus and Train station
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Address: Via Sacchi 14 / b, Turin, Piedmont, 10128, Italy