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TravelPod Member ReviewsAzalea Hotel Turin
This was a nice cute hotel in the city centre. Was really close to all the key sites as well as the train station. The owner was really nice and helpful. Our room were nice and clean with a nice bathroom. Was a very nice stay. The only annoying thing was when we stayed there the wifi wasn't working. She said it had packed up a few days before. Just bad luck. I would stay here again though
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