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Corso Palermo 90/D, Torino, Turin, Italy

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202 Total Reviews
  • 85%Value For Money
  • 87%Security
  • 66%Location
  • 87%Staff
  • 86%Atmosphere
  • 95%Cleanliness
  • 88%Facilities

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Very kind and helpful staff.


Bit of a walk from train station but nice clean rooms and good kitchen.


Clean, nice and a great welcome and breakfast, really enjoined our stay !


Nice hostel, quiet and clean, easily reachable from the centre and train station. Staff was very helpful and the breakfast was great! Would definitely go back! :)


A very nice hostel, helpful staff with a good environment. Met nice people there as well.


The only thing to say is that the hostel is a bit far away from the center. But staff is really friend, facilities are great and though a little expensive for a hostel, it is worth it.


I felt very safe here, staff was very nice and it is very comfortable here. I recommend this hostel as it has all one needs, is not expensive and is only just a bit north of the center of the city.


Very nice environment. Would recommend. Don't expect much from breakfast though, they only give you bread loafs and other things to put on it. Very minimal. Otherwise, good place to stay.


This place was great but VERY hard to find...I would suggest outside sign sideways. Also suggest shelf over the sinks ....would definAtely return.. very well managed


This hostel is small but very clean in fact. Beds, sheets, towels, and breakfast were ok for a small hostel. Bathrooms were enough for people in the hostel. The people who came those days were young boys and ladies, most of them very nice and helpful to others. The only thing I odd not like was the neighborhood and the long distance from the city center, though there is a tram and buses that cover the rout to the hostel.


This was my first hostel of a three month European tour, and I found it to be the perfect testing grounds for hostel manners - the Guests, mostly student age, were very friendly, and though the location requires a bus ride or a ~25 minute walk into the old city, I felt safe walking in groups. The facilities are great - there's always seemed to be an available bathroom and the rooms were cheerfully color coded. Breakfast was okay - organic emphasis was clear, but the options are limited.

  • 10th Aug 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • USA
  • Female, 18-24
  • (1 review)


Once in the door it's another world to the neighbourhood. U need a to enter. for staff to checkin. Mopping the floor after a shower is a pain in the arse. Kitchen is small, good if on ur own. Rooms r ok, but no aircon. The problem is the area. Its scruffy, dirty and full of people on the street. To be polite, u wouldn't wear a rolex here. With a massage parlour nxt door too ;) I won't be this place.


Overall good hostel. Didn't like that the individual dorm rooms didn't lock but overall it was a good hostel, doing things in a more sustainable way.


Great little hostel. Beds were comfy, bathrooms clean, and the staff was nice. Really nice coming area, and easy to meet people. I really liked it here. The kabob resturant nearby is really cheap, and serves huge meals aswell, that surely was a plus. Only downside is that the neighborhood is a little sketchy.


There is no air con but the street is quiet at night so the breeze in summer was nice.


the best hostel with artistic skills by their owners I recommend it to every body going to turin


Great hostel in Torino, I will recomande it to every person who wants to go in Torino! Great breakfast, room and common room! I will probably come back in this place.


Superb stay in this hostel. I wish I had stayed longer. Alejandro was great (even left his number in case of emergency). You have free Wi-Fi, Internet and printer access. As an eco-bio hostel, breakfast was provided with fruits (also Nutella). Even though it is not in the centre, easily accessible with tram and bus. Definitely Recommend. Good pizza place nearby (christinas). Also the door has bamboo drawing on it- not very evident to find the door.


Only stayed one night because the other hostel was booked out. Initially I had the room to myself but was joined later in the night by two young ladies who moved rooms due to a man in their room being sleazy and smelling bad. The owner was very good in helping the ladies and dealing with the obnoxious drunk man. He also went out of his way to help me the next morning with a phone card issue. Thank you Alejandro. The room definitely need an air conditioner as it was really hot.


...i rated just 3/5 for location, staff and atmosphere for these reasons: -location: it's not the best place in turin, expecially at night (tip: take a taxi to go back to the hostel at night) -staff: as the reception is just open in the afternoon, i couldn't say "hey, the staff was so funny and cool!" -atmosphere: as before...i think this is more a hostel where people don't get too much in touch with other guests (maybe i might be wrong)

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