We stayed here rather than in the more expensive Turin city, and there was a moment when we thought it had been a mistake. Arriving in the late afternoon on a Sunday we went downstairs to ask about dinner. The staff member told us their restaurant was shut (fair enough), so we asked for a recommmendation in the town. 'Nowhere is open on a Sunday. You'll have to drive to Turin.' We assumed this was nonsense and drown into the town square, and we were right. There was plenty of places open for food, some sit down, some take away.
Otherwise the room was spacious and clean. The breakfast was a decent size buffet, and the road traffic wasn't too loud. Good for a business traveller or a road-trip around Italy.More