Conte Biancamano

Moderately priced hotel in Torino, Italy

Costing a bit more than its neighbors (€95 to €125 for a double)—but with oodles more class—is the fading glory of the Conte Biancamano. Admittedly, most of that class is limited to the grand public rooms—all frescoed ceilings and fancy stuccowork. The guest rooms are rather plain, suffering from a kind of mod furniture that must have looked oh-so-stylish in 1984—though on the plus side, they now have WiFi. Rooms on the back courtyard are considerably quieter than those on the front, which overlook one of the busiest boulevards in Turin.

» book

Tips & links


Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 73
tel. +39-011-5623281

» book
Lodging links & resources
The price ranges

The price categories for hotels on this site are as follows:

Under €100
€€ €100–€200
€€€ Over €200

This reflects the lowest cost for a standard double room in low season.

Yes, that does leave a whole lot of wiggle room. Rates will be rather higher for, say, a "superior deluxe" room with a spectacular view at the height of high season. Still, we have to be able to compare somewhere—and using this metric does at least give you a relative sense of how the hotels compare to one another on price.

Since price ranges (€€–€€€) only muddy the issue, I will usually stick to a single designation for each hotel. The only time you will see a range is if a property offers more than one distinct category of lodging—not different types of rooms (many do that), but say a property that offiers, say, both private hotel rooms as well as hostel-like beds in a shared dormitory.

Useful Italian for lodging
Other useful links

Share this page

Intrepid Travel 25% off



Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 73
tel. +39-011-5623281

» book

Train tix

Shortcuts to popular planning sections:

Airfares, Cars, Trains, Tours, Packages, Cruises, Lodging, Itineraries, Info, Packing, Prep, Comm

Follow ReidsItaly
Follow ReidsItaly on Twitter  Join the ReidsItaly fan page  Follow Reids Italy Adventures blog