Check-In and Check Out: The average check-in time is from 15:00 (3pm), while the Check Out time is before 11:00 (11am). Hostels usually offer luggage storage in case you arrive earlier or leave later. Make sure you check if luggage storage is free or if there is an extra cost.
Party Hostels in Turin: Sorry folks, Turin isn’t exactly what you’d call a party destination! Your best bet is to check in at Combo Torino and enjoy their on-site bar before heading into town.
Hold up, hotel?! Never fear, dear reader, for this is in fact a hostel. And a ruddy good one at that.
Tomato Backpackers Hotel specialises in eco-friendly efforts (such as no plastic use at breakfast), and an informal atmosphere with fresh, crisp and bright spaces.
Sit by the bar and chat with other guests, or grab a guitar and challenge your friends to a game of ping pong.
These guys consciously chose not to include a television. Brilliant!
Instead, take advantage of the backyard and grab a book from the well-stocked shelf.
Tip: the covered backyard area is the ideal workspace for digital nomads.
We almost forgot to mention the cafe-bar! This is where you can sip a very good coffee and feel super Italian as you order a refreshing aperol spritz.
And why not treat yourself to a homemade cake or two, you deserve it!
How about the rooms? Choose from:
Single, twin & double rooms
4-bed mixed dorm
All 19 rooms come with a private bathroom.
Find recycling bins on every floor, plus free soap/shampoo dispenser and free water to avoid using those pesky plastic bottles.
Location: Situated in San Salvario area, surrounded by great ethnic restaurants and nightlife. It’s in the city centre just a few minutes walk to Torino Porta Nuova train station and the bus stop for the airport.
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Also keep a close eye on the ratings, especially the “extreme ratings”. Meaning, the best and worst. These ratings can give great insight on what to expect.
Best Hostels in Turin for Solo Travellers?
What is seriously the best hostel in Turin for solo-travellers?
Well, we’d have to go with our #1 and #2 hostels in this guide.
Combo Torino is especially good for female solo travellers because of the female dorms. They offer great security, comfort and social opportunities for ladies that would like to meet new people.
Tomato Backpackers Hotel offers a relaxed and slow-paced vibe great for solo travellers looking to wind down. The huge common areas provide the perfect base for reading, chatting and enjoying a coffee in the backyard.
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