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Corso Venezia, 11, Turin, Italy

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210 Total Reviews
  • 71%Value For Money
  • 80%Security
  • 46%Location
  • 81%Staff
  • 67%Atmosphere
  • 85%Cleanliness
  • 68%Facilities

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The location was not so good. The facilities were ok, it felt a bit like a hospital ward.


İnternet is only can be used in lobby I cant use it in my room thats not good !!


Hostel is amazing but is unfortunately in the middle of nowhere. Walked 2.5 km from Porta Susa with bags as English isn't very commonly spoken around that station, to discover that the hostel is around a poorer area of the city. Great rooms and beds, good wifi, great staff, not so many people, close to a shopping complex but half the shops were closed. Redeemed by some cheap and cheerful restaurants nearby (La Coccinella specifically).


Nice enough place but not really a hostel athmosphere. Didnt see any backpackers just middle aged men. Nice and helpfull staff!


Clean, modern, a good place to stay.


The only downfall of the hostel is that it is in a sketchy location so you don't want to go by yourself there if you are a girl. Other than that, it was great. Huge room, very clean, nice stuff.


Sadly, the location is not in the best area of the city, and with construction it was difficult to find. The building felt like an old hospital and not as personal or cozy as many other hostels I stayed at. The front desk staff were helpful, but not as engaging or overly helpful as other places I have stayed. It was close to the main train station.

  • 27th Oct 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Canada
  • Female, 31-40
  • (1 review)


- The staff was very pleasent and communicative. - The neighbourhood seems like Ramalah, but ut was to be expected given the price. -The breakfast was awful -The beds were extremly narrow.

  • 30th Sep 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Macedonia
  • Male, 31-40
  • (1 review)


The hostel has very friendly and patient staff. But the location is quite a bit outside of the city center. It is however next to the train station going to the airport. It depends on what you want, if you want to view the city by day, you can take a short bus to the center, if you wan't to go out at night, this place is too far away (we tried the one bar that was open, called the piper, which was a lot of fun but not really some place for party).


Clean and quiet rooms. Wifi is not free even if 1 euro per day is very acceptable.


Worst place I've stayed on my travels. I walked to the receptionist and he looked at me like I was Michael Moore trying to get into a Wall Street bank! The doors in the rooms were broken as a roommate got locked in the bathroom at 3am and the receptionist just told us not to lock the door with no apology or reason for the distruption!


About 4km for the train station in a nondescript area where a woman would probably not feel secure alone at night. The place is clean, although it could use some renovation.

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