Welcome to Le Petit Hotel, your Turin “home away from home.” Le Petit Hotel aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Turin, Le Petit Hotel is located a short distance from Cappella dei Banchieri e dei Mercanti (0.2 mi) and Piazza San Carlo (0.2 mi).
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and getting online is easy, with free internet access available.
Guests have access to a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and express check-in and check-out while staying at Le Petit Hotel. In addition, Le Petit Hotel offers free breakfast, which will help make your Turin trip additionally gratifying.
While in Turin be sure to experience local shrimp favorites at A6 Sciamadda, L'Ancora, or Magorabin.
Plus, during your trip, don't forget to check out a natural history museum, such as Museo di Storia Naturale Don Bosco.
Le Petit Hotel puts the best of Turin at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Contrary to what its name may suggest, Le Petit Hotel, located right in the heart of Turin, isn't actually that small. On the contrary, compared to a lot of Italian hotels I've stayed in my room was positively palatial! Located around 15-20 mins walk from Porta Nuova train station, the hotel finds itself bang in the middle of the main shopping streets with Piazza Castello almost on its doorstep. This means there are a wide variety of shops and even a solid selection of restaurants around it. I'll admit I took the hotel for my 2 night stay based on the price, which even for off-season was eye-catchingly cheap for a big city. Truth be told I expected the worst and was in almost every aspect pleasantly surprised. I arrived before my room was ready, and the lady who greeted me at the desk was polite and friendly and offered to take my bag if I wanted to go a wander while waiting. When I did return and on subsequent visits to the desk (you have to leave your key when departing) the other staff were polite but not quite as outgoing as she was, though no complaints. First impression was positive, very clean and lots of marble and wood surfaces but I've been suckered in by lobbies like this before. The lift was small (typical for Italy) but functional as I never did find stairs to my 2nd floor room. The room was the real pleasant surprise. The marble effect floor tiles carried on into here, a surprisingly spacious room for an Italian hotel, particularly one named the French word for 'Little'. Truth be told the wide floor area almost seemed wasted with my small single bed, accompanied by a wardrobe, fridge, and desk with a small wall-mounted TV. The bathroom was decently sized, albeit the shape of the toilet pan was bizarre - small and thin) but the only caveat I have to my pleasantly surprised status was the shower, a traditional tiny corner effort anyone over 5" might struggle in. Both we cleaned each day with no complaints from me about the quality. Toiletries were soap and shampoo/body wash, 2 sachets per day which were serviceable. I did fear for the room slightly on my first night I'll admit. It overlooked the street and at first seemed rather boisterous, however this died down not long after 10pm. Second fear game from some significantly loud plumbing noises around the same time, however this only happened once so I'll let it off. Breakfast, surprisingly included in the price I got the room for, was a basic continental effort. Slightly disappointing selection of fruit but rolls, meat, cheese, cakes, cereal and yoghurts all available. What was there was of a good enough standard and no real complaints, the fruit issue is likely due to season more than anything. Overall, my feeling upon leaving Le Petit Hotel was overall happy. Few niggly little things to stop it being perfect, but definitely wouldn't have any issue recommending it, and would visit again myself if in Turin.…
Enjoyed my stay here. The rooms are pretty basic and the plugs in the room don’t always take the standard plug fittings; however staff are very pleasant and the hotel is slap bang where you want to be based in Turin. The restaurant next door stays open late for a few after hours drinks too..
Le Petit is a very good hotel in the centre og Turin and close to the old part of town. Friendly staff and clean rooms are what would make me come back, but to get a five star review they need to do something about the breakfast. In Italy I don't expect anything hot, except the coffee, so there's no need to do it when you can't do it well. And please upgrade the thin white piece of cardboard that poses for toast to something of a better quality 🙂
Very nice hotel in the heart of Turin. Very close to the public transportation and to the city center. It offers nice and cozy rooms, breakfast, and there is also a restaurant nearby. The room was small but clean, with a TV, air conditioner, mini bar, telephone, wardrobe, and hair dryer. The staff was very friendly. I really recommend this hotel!
The hotel has a fantastic position to visit the Center. The structure and the furniture are old. But it is clean. Quite bad the breckfast and the staff is not particurarly welcoming. The price would be right if the furniture and the customer approach were modernized.