Via Modane 17

Price rates

€ 22 average price per Dorm/bed (the price is per 1 night only)

Info & Description

Welcome to Hostel To Torino!

Book shared rooms with bunk bed (shared bathroom), or private rooms.

A located hostel in the hearth of Turin area. Perfect for all public transportation & walking distance to Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Polytechnic of Turin, Palaolimpico, exhibitions centre, etc. A clean, funky hostel with a warm and friendly atmosphere.

We are only few minutes away from buzzing public area, where you can find lots of different Italian restaurants, coffee shops, supermarkets and shopping centres. We are close to Pala Sport Olimpico “PalaIsozaki and minutes away from Ruffini Park, Lingotto Fiere (approximately 30 minutes by bus) and just 10 minutes by bus to reach Municipal Stadium and Piazza Castello.

Cosy, and original, historic listed building, friendly, fun place that is managed by Italians owners with an intimate family atmosphere.


  • Internet access
  • Internet access
  • Security boxes / Lockers
  • Security boxes / Lockers
  • Security boxes / Lockers
  • Heating


  • 4 bed/s mixed dorm shared Watercloset (bathroom)
  • 8 bed/s mixed dorm shared Watercloset (bathroom)
  • 4 bed/s mixed dorm with Watercloset (bathroom)
  • 2 bed/s mixed dorm with Watercloset (bathroom)
  • 8 bed/s mixed dorm with Watercloset (bathroom)
  • 4 bed/s male dorm with Watercloset (bathroom)
  • 4 bed/s female dorm shared Watercloset (bathroom)
  • 4 bed/s male dorm shared Watercloset (bathroom)
  • 8 bed/s male dorm shared Watercloset (bathroom)
  • 3 bed/s male dorm with Watercloset (bathroom)
  • 3 bed/s female dorm with Watercloset (bathroom)

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  1. Emanuele From Italy On November 9, 2014

    The staff is ok, location works only if you need to go to town really. Room was quite damp, there was a hole in the private bathroom that was connecting it to the shared bathroom in the corridor (we could hear people using it when we were in bed). the hostel needs some serious redecorating, there's holes in the walls pretty much everywhere.

  2. Tadeusz From Poland On August 20, 2013

    air condition is needed

  3. Muyldermans From Belgium On June 6, 2013

    Staff speaks only Italian, good bus connection but still far from city center if you want to go by foot. No kitchen or cooking possibilities.

  4. laurent From France On January 5, 2013

    Low-cost hostel, good price. Location is ok thanks to buses and tram. Staff is welcoming but no animation. Beds are ok, but bathroom terrible.

  5. Ruizhong From Switzerland On September 26, 2012

    Met some great people travelling there. A great ice cream store 5min from the hotel and little restaurants around. 15min walk from Politecnico. The staff only speak Italian and Spanish and don't try English so it is a bit difficult to communicate.

  6. Gustavo From Italy On April 10, 2012

    The hostel is ok. You have to remember that is a cheap hostel. The room was very clean, the bathroom less, but I was in a room with other 7 persons... so it is clear that you never find a very clean bathroom in this situation. The hostel is far from the city center, but you can reach easily using the public transport system. If you will stay few days in Turin, it is a cheap and clean hostel.

  7. Juan Matias From Argentina On March 3, 2012

    pas bon.

  8. Thomas From England On December 20, 2010

    Situated about 4 kl from the city but there are lots of bars & shops 1kl away on Corso Duca Degli Abruzzi. A pleasant place with friendly staff. Although -7C outside at night it was lovely and warm in the Dorms. Shows they care. Recommended

  9. Yvonne From Germany On September 26, 2010

    simple but ok, friendly staff

  10. Mariana From Portugal On July 21, 2010

    Hostel To was in a good location, close to public transportation and not so far from the city center. The bed linnen was impecable, and the bathrooms were also clean. However, there was not hot water which in my case didnt present a problem due to the very hot weather (don´t know about those who will go in cooler times..) The staff tried to be helpfull, but most of them couldn't even guide us or tell us about good places to go. No comon room, no kitchen and no fridge so there was no place to relax other then our rooms. I had a good time there though, and i recommend it if what you are looking for is nothing more than a cheap bed under a roof.

  11. Veerle From Belgium On July 10, 2010

    It is a very nice hostel with a nice owner who is very helpfull. There is a computer with internet downstairs (although a bit slow), and free wifi. Only issue is that this week there was no hot water, so shower was very cold!

  12. Vinzenz From Germany On May 17, 2010

    -key didn't work properly -bad opening time

  13. Rosario From Spain On April 3, 2010

    dirty bathroom comfortable beds far from the city centre

  14. helen From England On March 2, 2010

    It was perfect apart from an electric kettle to make a cop of tea

  15. Laura From England On September 15, 2009

    This place was good for travellers, its a bit out the way of the city, you have to get a bus but its straightforward. Good budget place to stay. Can do Turin in a day too.

  16. Valentina From Colombia On February 25, 2009

    Realy good hostel, for the price we paid, in a good location near the center, and very near to bus stops, clean, friendly!

  17. netanya From England On February 7, 2009

    I had a really great time here. Good place to stay if traveling with a friend, but not the type of place to meet people. Very clean and well kept. More of a hotel than a hostel. Great value for money. 15min bus to town centre.

  18. Ssantiago From Mexico On February 5, 2009

    a very nice hostel, i recomend it, the staff is very kind. Torino its not a big city so the ubication is great