Hotel Victoria

Via Nino Costa 4, Turin, Piedmont, 10123, Italy | 3 star hotel
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Victoria Turin

    Beware the Pool, unfriendly Turin Hotel

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    Stayed here recently with husband and 5 year old. Room was large and clean, breakfast was more than adequate. Free internet was a plus. My negative feelings towards the hotel stem from them not telling us of a parking fee (18Euros/night about 5 blocks from the hotel) even after I asked and from the pool issue. All over the hotel and in emails to me they tell you to use the pool. When we brought our daughter to the pool (which was very beautiful) I am then told there is a 20Euro per adult cost. No where is anything they sent me or I read in the room was this mentioned. I was forced to use the pool at that point as to not disappoint my daughter for a cost of 40 euro. I complained at check out along with another unsuspecting couple and eventually the manager dropped the charge. The front desk staff was very unfriendly and not helpful at all. They made me feel like a criminal because I complained.

    It left a bad feeling in me about Turin. So if you want just a hotel with no hospitality this is your place.

    What a charming place to stay

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    Nice rooms, lovely decorated. Big bathroom, recently renovated. Very clean. Excellent breakfast in a romantic patio. Everything in walking distance. Very good value for the price.

    Great Hotel good value and a very helpful Staff

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    A very good balance between price and value. A very good room on the main floor to relax and chat with friends. The staff speaks english and I found them to be extremely helpful in book events and assistance outside the hotel. We stayed for ten days.

    Nice Place to stay

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    I stayed for one night at Hotel Victoria during November 2005.

    The hotel is quite big and has a bit tired european style but it has a very good location and a good service.

    I stayd in the Junior Suite with an Jacuzzi two places Bathtab with was quite complicated to use (instuction was not enough probably) after read it few times I choose the big shower.

    The Room was very big and well decorated with bright color and a romantic bed with courtains all over around, pillows very thin and hard.

    I would say about this hotel that it has a good relation between price and standard.

    I recommand this well located place.

    Very Nice, Very European

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    Stayed 3 nights and really enjoyed my stay. The hotel is right downtown, close to shopping (Roma), landmarks (palace, churches), restaurants, train station, and the river. European charm with an outstanding complimentary breakfast. Note the European part - very small room, noise carries, and limited room ammenities (very small tv, no in-room coffee, no clock). Staff was helpful, friendly, and spoke excellent English. Don't go to Turin and stay in a chain - you will like the Hotel Victoria.

    A charming hotel in Turin

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    We stayed in the Victoria Hotel for 4 nights in June, 2005. The staff was friendly and helpful, yet I would caution against taking their dining recommendations -- we were quite disappointed with the Badessa Restaurant they reommended to us for dinner. The food was mediocre and overpriced, and the service was terrible.

    The breakfast at the hotel was ample, yet not of consistent quality. On two of the mornings, the fruit was fresh and appetizing, on the two other mornings, there were moldy oranges in the mix, which effectively dulled my appetite. The breakfast room is quite difficult to navigate when it is crowded, making it somewhat uncomfortable.

    The housekeeping staff is outstanding -- pleasant and efficient with every request. The rooms were impeccably clean. And the reception staff was also quite helpful -- they even printed a document that we needed.

    It is also quite nice that there is free wireless Internet access from almost every room. And if you cannot access the Internet from your room there is an Internet hotspot in a small room on the Lobby level.

    All in all a charming hotel in a rather worn at the edges city.

    Still the best place in Turin

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    I love the Victoria hotel. It is small, quirky and although it hasn't got many stars, it looks like it deserves more. Each room is individually furnished and there is one with leopard prink furnishings, very gauche! The breakfasts are among the best I've ever had in an Italian hotel (baked apple with pine nuts and raisins among other interesting curious). It's being done up a bit when I was there last week April 05 (I think they are putting more rooms on)...let's hope its back street charm stays put...

    A wonderful hotel and great for English speakers!

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    We just returned from a July 2004 trip. staying at Hotel Victoria. It is a lovely small hotel, and the very helpful staff was able to speak to us in English, point out special events in the city and assist us with our questions. The morning breakfast in the hotel's garden room is extensive and tasty, and the room was comfortable and cozy. There's also TV with English-language CNBC and CNN, a computer to check e-mail and wireless capability. There's more --it's within easy walking distance to Pizza San Carlo, Piazza Castello and The Atrium, the Olympic preview center.

    Perfect!

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    My husband and I stayed at this hotel 2 years ago - we had a wonderful time - the hotel was excellent!

    Four Seasons Standard

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    This Hotel is excellent ! It is equal to any Four Seasons Hotel, we have stayed at.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Victoria Turin

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Turin

    Something old, something new

    A travel blog entry by michaelcourt on Aug 22, 2014

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    ... cheese. It was divine, as usual, but still not quite enough to topple the beautiful pizza from Eataly. 8.5/10. I also indulged in the leftovers of Marina’s pasta dish, a Cioccolata Fondente, and a gelato affogato and Limoncello after returning home.
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    Modena/ Verona/ Lago di Garda road trip 2/2

    A travel blog entry by michaelcourt on Aug 20, 2014

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    ... got great views of the Scaliger castle and the Grottoes of Catullus (ancient Roman ruins). Afterwards we walked through the Sirmione township for a closer look at the castle, and also the gelateria.

    After it was all said & done, we jumped back in the car and drove the 250+ km to Turin, where we were treated to some homemade Saffron Risotto, chicken and some more gelato to top it all off.
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    Parco del Valentino & Eataly

    A travel blog entry by michaelcourt on Aug 18, 2014

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    Nothing was planned for the morning so we decided to take a walk around the local neighbourhood. We checked out the daily markets and also wandered around a small supermarket checking out the different products available.

    After another beautiful home-cooked lunch we went to Parco del Valentino, a massive historical public park stretching around 10km along the River Po. We strolled through part of the parklands, ...

    Turin & surrounds

    A travel blog entry by michaelcourt on Aug 17, 2014

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    ... district. There are a myriad of small villages on the hilltops and some in the valleys, all of which are entirely surrounded by vineyards. We stopped and walked around the villages of Barbaresco, Neive, Verduno & Roddino to take in the sights. If you ignore the cars, the quaint villages seemed to be trapped in time, and many of the castles and churches date back to the 15th & 16th centuries.

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    Dinner ...

    Turin

    A travel blog entry by kerrilyn on Jul 20, 2014

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    ... it works out cheaper.The little lady was quite nice – she spoke a bit of English and showed us around the rooms. It was quite a large place, for an apartment.

    Once settled, we set out to alleviate our growling stomachs. There were two things we wanted to try in Italy – pasta and pizza! There didn’t seem to be a whole lot going in the area we walked around. I guess it was Sunday so a lot of places would be closed. We found a ...