Guests can jog on the famous testing track, located on the roof of the former car factory, and also benefit from the hotel's direct link to the Lingotto Convention Centre, one of the most exclusive meeting room facilities in the area, which seats up to 3500 people, with 50,000 square metres of floor space and the panoramic Bola with private helipad. Covered, barrier-controlled hotel parking is available for a fee. Scheduled shuttle service is not provided; however, service can be organised upon request. NH LINGOTTO is the ideal hotel for business travellers, providing a functional and spacious studio area in rooms, fully equipped technological meeting rooms and direct links with the Lingotto Conference and Exhibition Centre, just next door to the hotel.
Large in size the reception area is very welcoming completely furnished in wood and marble on the floor. A nice seating area is available with sofa, kilim rugs, large windows facing a green garden and Carrara marble on the floor.
Housed in the famous Lingotto, the ancient Fiat automobile factory, NH Torino Lingotto Congress is a rare example of grand restoration and signature comfort. The beautiful city of Turin features a rich heritage of castles, royal residences, and majestic churches. Discover Turin as you jog around the former Fiat car-testing track on the roof of the hotel, and explore the hotel’s top floor art gallery, Pinacoteca Giovanni e Marella Agnelli. Connected to the Congress Centre and the Lingotto Exhibition Centre, NH LINGOTTO offers exceptional meeting and event facilities. Guest rooms still preserve the original Fiat factory glass walls, letting natural light bathe the 20th century design furniture and warm tones of cherry wood. Overlooking the Garden of Wonders, the Torpedo restaurant offers traditional Italian regional and Mediterranean cuisine. Just a short distance from the 8 Gallery shopping mall, the Castle of Rivoli, and the Museum of Contemporary Arts, NH LINGOTTO allows guests to discover Italian history, art, and culture.
NH Torino Lingotto Congress - 240 loft style rooms, with floor to ceiling windows, elegant cherry wood panelling and contemporary unique piece of furniture chosen by Renzo Piano which create an atmosphere of warmth and taste. Mini Bar, Non-Smoking Room, International Direct Dialing, Data Port, Suites Available, Temperature Control, Air-Conditioned Room, Desk, 24-Hour Room Service, In-Room Movies, In-Room Safe, Wake-up Service, Bidet in Bathroom, Connecting Room, Handicap Accessible Room, Cable Channels.
Torpedo Restaurant - Looking onto the 'Garden of Wonders', you will have the opportunity to explore the tastes of the traditional Italian regional and Mediterranean dishes, prepared with a touch of fusion influences. In the summer, dine al fresco in the outdoor seating area for an unforgettable dining experience. Turtle Café - The perfect place to enjoy an evening drink or meal, overlooking the 'Garden of Wonders'.
The hotel is located within the new Lingotto Exhibition and Congress Centre, an ingenious renovation of the previous Fiat factory. It is designed and decorated with distinctive Italian flair by the famous architect Renzo Piano. A perfect synthesis of history, art and culture, each detail is dedicated to the future. The first floor of the Lingotto building is occupied by a one kilometre long, elegant and exclusive shopping mall "8 Gallery" containing numerous boutiques and cafes. Open seven days a week, the shopping gallery allows you to "take a stroll downtown" without actually leaving the hotel. Arcades, arcades and still more arcades front the shops of designer fashion, leather goods, accessories and Italian design that look onto Via Roma. Via Garibaldi teems with stylish shops for young people, while Via Po and the streets around the Mole Antonelliana satisfy lovers of antiques and antiquarian and second-hand books. Turin also has many markets and local markets to animate its streets and squares: among these the Gran Balôn in Borgo Dora, where you can find period magazines, toys, rare pieces of furniture and much more. Turin also has the biggest market in Europe - every morning Piazza della Repubblica overflows with thousands of stalls selling fruit, vegetables, flowers and a variety of other products. Turin's surrounding green countryside features an enviable heritage of castles, royal residences and churches, not to mention gastronomic delights and world-renowned Piemontese wines. The structure is about 1 km from the Lingotto fairgrounds.