Tucked within the flourishing cosmopolitan city of Turin, NH Ambasciatori offers guests a rare blend of practical sophistication. Just steps away from the Gallery of Contemporary Modern Art (GAM) and Law Court, the hotel sits at the juncture of culture and government. With two main railway stations nearby, NH Ambasciatori is the ideal location for guests who want to experience the rich history and stunning architecture the city has to offer. Explore baroque palaces and scenic courtyards or visit the numerous eclectic shops. From Mole Antonelliana and the National Museum of Cinema to the Museo Automobile and Valentino Park, patrons have a variety of recreational activities at their fingertips. The stylish ambience, modern décor and streaming light available in the hotel’s 199 guest rooms and conference center—along with the fresh, culinary offerings of Il Diplomatico—provide guests with an inviting atmosphere they won’t soon forget.

open: All year; single occupancy EUR 90, double EUR 110; breakfast from 7-10h; number of rooms: 199

  • Air conditioning
  • Bar with full range of alcoholic beverages
  • Guestrooms with television
  • Meals. Extensive menu available
  • Vegetarian meals on the menu
  • Extensive wine list
  • Reservation advisable

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