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Le Meridien Art Tech Superior First Class Modern Hotel Torino, Italy

Via Nizza 230 Show map

Unexpected twists and turns make this caf? a charming place to enjoy a meal. Cherry wood paneling cascades from the ceiling to the floor - famed architect Renzo Piano succeeded in creating an elegant but always contemporary atmosphere. Children under the age of 4 years eat free at all buffets. A children's healthy menu is offered everywhere, except gourmet outlets. Bottles can be warmed up free of charge. . The 8 Gallery is the premiere shopping venue in the area, providing... Read more

Unexpected twists and turns make this caf? a charming place to enjoy a meal. Cherry wood paneling cascades from the ceiling to the floor - famed architect Renzo Piano succeeded in creating an elegant but always contemporary atmosphere. Children under the age of 4 years eat free at all buffets. A children's healthy menu is offered everywhere, except gourmet outlets. Bottles can be warmed up free of charge. . The 8 Gallery is the premiere shopping venue in the area, providing one kilometer of chic boutiques and intimate caf?s. Situated on the first floor of the Lingotto building, the enormous space also houses an elegant art gallery, a convention centre, and a beautiful concert hall ? it is indeed a ?city within a city". . Vibrant and uniquely chic guest rooms provide exquisite comfort and a stylish atmosphere. All rooms feature wall-mounted plasma screen televisions and High Speed Internet Access. Luxurious bathrooms boast powerful showers and graceful glass adornments. ?Lo Scrigno, ? the stunning and sophisticated three-bedroom Presidential Suite earns its name ? a Jacuzzi, power shower, immense walk-in wardrobe, spacious kitchenette and striking view of the mountains make it a truly luxurious place to spend your time in Turin. . The elegant former Fiat factory in the Lingotto building now boasts the 8 Gallery, which offers a stunning choice of top fashion designers, leather goods, and accessories. Younger visitors head to the trendy shops at Via Garibaldi, while antique collectors and connoisseurs prefer the streets surrounding the Mole Antonelliana ? one of the greatest landmarks in Turin ? which now houses the Museo Del Cinema. Colorful local markets enhance the already vibrant and bright atmosphere of the quaint and beautiful city. At the Piazza della Repubblica, stalls sell fruits, vegetables, flowers, and an abundance of other things, making the market the most extensive in all of Europe. The Gran Bal?n in Borgo Dora offers period magazines, toys, and rare pieces of furniture ? a favorite place of connoisseurs and collectors of precious items. First founded as a Roman fortress and camp in the 1st century BC, Turin boasts a proud and ancient history, and has beautifully preserved monuments as testaments to the past. Numerous palaces and old churches dot the luxuriant emerald countryside, as do stunning and successful vineyards. As the birthplace of solid chocolate, Turin holds a chocolate festival each year ? Piedmontese chocolate factories attend, as well as internationally recognized chocolatiers. . Le NH LINGOTTO TECH serves as a chic place to host a business conference or seminar ? the pulsing contemporary vibe of the hotel combines with the astonishing history of the Lingotto Fiat Factory to provide an atmosphere rich in balanced contrast, where old ideas and new come together and fuse beautifully ? inspiration for forward thinking visionaries in business. Directly connected to the famed Lingotto Conference and Exhibition Centre (the convention space near the 8 gallery), the hotel can accommodate a wide variety of events and groups. The main conference room seats up to 300 people, all rooms feature wireless internet access, ADSL/ISDN/LAN/WI-FI and air conditioning for the warmer seasons. . Contrasted with the classical atmosphere of Turin, NH LINGOTTO TECH blends the old and the new to render a vibe all its own. Designed by the celebrated architect Renzo Piano, the ultra-modern hotel integrates past and future by combining modern architecture with the newly refurbished Lingotto Fiat plant. Named for the Celtic tribe that founded the city more than 2, 000 years ago?the Taurini Gauls?Turin was the first capital of a unified Italy. Today, it retains the glorious architectural fame it achieved during the Baroque period in the 1700s. Guest rooms have been crafted by famed contemporary designers. Sunlight pours into spacious, high-ceilinged guest rooms furnished with plasma screen TVs and powerful multi-jet showers. Offering a taste of the future, the airy Art+Caf? serves the latest in modern cuisine. .

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