Hotel Chelsea

Via XX Settembre, 79/e, Turin, 10122, Italy
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White Christmas in Torino

by sc780913

My friend and I will be in Torino around x-mas. We are hoping to see the x-mas lights in the city, and maybe even ski for a day.

Where is a good place to stay? Most youth hostels have kitchens, and since it is x-mas(and maybe everything is closed? Is it?), we were planning to cook. A budget(I'm a student!) place with a communal kitchen would be good.

Thank you.

RE: White Christmas in Torino

by ant1606

Try this resource:
http://www.hostelz.com/hostel/7662-Ostello-di-Torino-Hostel

This one should be open by Xmas.

Well, not every Xmas the city is white....but it's charming enough even without snow!
Welcome to Torino!

Ciao
Ant

RE: RE: White Christmas in Torino

by Jetgirly

I've stayed in that hostel. Remember that it closes from December 20th to February 1st each year. It does NOT have a kitchen, cooking facilities or even a fridge to store your own food in. You are served a light breakfast and if you want dinner (about EUR 10) you can reserve in advance. This system isn't great, because if you reserve but nobody else does, they will cancel dinner service. If you're out and about in the city, you'll return to the hostel at dinner time (which is a thirty-minute UPHILL walk from the city center w/ bad transport connections), find out dinner is cancelled and then have to return to the city center to find food!

Unfortunately Torino is terrible for hostels. If you're looking for budget accomodation I highly recommend Hotel Bologna, right in the center (across from Porta Nuova train station). I think a double is about EUR 75 per night. No kitchen facilities. If you want something even cheaper, there is a hotel that I THINK is called Hotel Giulio Cesar (on Corso Giulio Cesar). It's a total dump (and not in the best neighbourhood- don't walk back alone at night!) but it's closer to the city center and much better connected by transport. I doubt it has kitchen facilities (but there are lots of kebab places nearby) .

RE: RE: White Christmas in Torino

by Jetgirly

It might be "Cesare".

RE: White Christmas in Torino

by silviab

how many days are you planning to stay?
I have a mansard that will be available from 29th of November, until 29 of January. I think it would be perfect for you because it is in the very center of the city, pretty, comfortable, with kitchen corner, bathroom with shower. Very small, with two beds, 10 min walk from the railway station (so you can go to mountain by train and ski...). the only problem is that I would like to rent it for the whole period (500 euros for the two months). let me know how many days you would like to stay....bye silvia, you can write to silviaberutti@libero.it

Travel Tips for Torino

Do some shopping. Italy is the...

by sheffwoz

Do some shopping. Italy is the best place when it comes to designer shopping. As all the top Italian makes are made in Italy the choice is bewildering. Turin is cheaper than Rome or Milan because it is not really a tourist place. One regret I did not get to the Armani emporio.

BEAUTIFUL MOUNTAINS

by Onedragon

THE MAJESTY OF THE MOUNTAINS THAT SURROUND TURIN/TORINO ARE A REASON TO ENJOY SPORTS WHETHER IT IS SUMMER OR WINTER OR EVEN SPRING OR FALL THAT WOULD BE ANYTHING FROM HIKING SHOES /BOOTS TO SKIING POLES AND SKIIS.
THERE IS FUN IN THEM THERE HILLS!!!!

"Le Baladin" - Microbrewery in Piozzo (CN)

by ant1606

Excellent beer produced in Piozzo, less than 1 hour drive south of Torino.
A surprising variety of microbrews makes Le Baladin an absolute must for beer lovers.
Served on draft but also available in bottles, my favorite is Nora.

Check website for opening hours.

Birrificio BALADIN Piazza V Luglio 15
12060 Piozzo (CN) Italy
Tel. +39. 0173.778013

Bicycles for Rent in Torino

by ant1606

The City of Torino operates public bike rental locations from April 1st through October 30th inside several city parks. Locations:

* Valentino - Ph. +39.333.6125878
* Carrara (Pellerina) - Ph. +39.335.369951
* Colletta - Ph. +39.335.369951
* Ruffini - Ph. +39.338.3378215
* Millefonti - Ph. +39.339.8283487
* Suor Michelotti - Ph. +39.393.9855598
* Colonnetti - Ph. +39.338.7359459

ID is requested and bicycles must always be returned to the pick-up location.
Bikes can be used outside of the park boundaries.

Operation hours:
Tue through Fri: 15:30 to 19:30
Sat, Sun and holidays: 10:00 to 20:00

Fares:
Duration Cost
1 hour euro 1,00
3 hours euro 2,10
6 hours euro 4,00
12 hours card euro 5,00
24 hours card euro 8,00
Weekend card euro 10,50
Weekly card euro 18,00
Monthly card euro 29,00

50% discount for Torino + Piemonte Card holders

Link herebelow to general information and map of cycling paths in Torino

Ristotram

by ant1606

"Tramway" wagons running on tracks have been a transportation icon in Torino since their introduction as a horse-drawn version. Later converted to electric traction, the public eco-friendly urban transportation is still widely use today. Historical wagons can be privately rented for special occasions.
A more affordable solution for a special ride is to reserve a dinner aboard the "Ristotram", that is an original vehicle that has been transformed into a moving restaurant.
The privilege to enjoy typical local food and wines while touring throughout the city is granted only to those who can make reservations well in advance, that is a good month or two, through the numbers listed herebelow. Typical Piedmontese cuisine and wines.

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 Hotel Chelsea

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Chelsea Hotel Turin

Address: Via XX Settembre, 79/e, Turin, 10122, Italy