Azalea Hotel

Address: Via Mercanti, 16, Turin, Piedmont, 10100 , Italy | Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAzalea Hotel Turin

Reviewed by adamwilson4

Great location, Great host, Great stay, Great city

Reviewed Aug 6, 2013
by (18 reviews) Bournemouth , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

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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TripAdvisor Reviews Azalea Hotel Turin

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Turin


A travel blog entry by annecastiglione on Aug 10, 2015

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Taking care of loose ends. Went for lunch at another friend of Annalia's, Rosanna. Stopped at the post office to mail important papers. Only took 45 minutes to process. Words cannot describe Rosanna's apartment. She is a collector of all sorts knickknacks. In every room. I'm sorry I wasn't able to take photos of the different rooms. The living room had floor to ...


A travel blog entry by annecastiglione on Aug 09, 2015

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... to the cemetery to visit her parent's grave site. I know this sounds crazy but it was really quite something. I've never seen such elaborate crypts. One interesting site is a memorial to those from Torino who died in concentration camps in WWII. Ashes of those gassed are in a commemorative box. A very moving moment. Also visited the Jewish section of the cemetery where writer Primo Levi is ...


A travel blog entry by annecastiglione on Aug 06, 2015

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Busy day today. Lunch at a friend's house in Asti and dinner with the son of Annalia's mother's best friend. Complicated I know. Taking a train to Asti. I don't know the exact temperature but Dante's Inferno could be an accurate description. If this isn't global warming what is it. You can see the fields of corn dying from lack of water. Nice lunch and visit and back on the train. Dinner with ...


A travel blog entry by annecastiglione on Aug 04, 2015

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Annalia has visitors with a car staying with us. They have offered to drive us to the bus stop this morning. This is heaven. I will not have to walk down the drive and the road to the bus stop. We spent the morning at the Egyptian Museum. It has an unbelievable collection of Egyptian artifacts. It has the second largest collection ...


A travel blog entry by annecastiglione on Aug 02, 2015

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"Per noi italiani mangiare deve essere un piacere come amare e vivere......" Translation: for Italians to eat must be a pleasure like loving and living. The meaning is close enough. And so that's what we did. We were invited to a picnic by parent of children who have been seen by ophthalmologists at Beaumont hospital in Michigan. The wives brought all sorts of focaccia, salads and ...