J-Hotel open for bookings (2 Viewers)

Aug 13, 2013




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Juventus open J-Hotel to the public

In a statement published to their official website this morning, Juventus confirmed that they have opened the J-Hotel to the public, no longer available to just first team players and staff.

The statement reads:

"The Juventus champions have discovered it for a few weeks now, as they have taken possession of their rooms since the beginning of the summer preparation, but from today everyone will be able to enjoy, admire it and stay there. We are talking about the J | Hotel , the hotel adjacent to the Juventus Training Center which, after having done it with the First Team, now opens its doors to the public and becomes part of the Lindbergh Hotels group's offer.

A contemporary, welcoming and exclusive space, able to meet the expectations not only of football fans, but of all those looking for a cutting-edge structure in terms of comfort and functionality . A reference point for business travelers, for those who want to visit Turin and its wonders, just consider the proximity to the Royal Palace of Venaria Reale, and of course for those who want to discover the charm of Juventus and its history . The J | Hotel is in fact the first hotel structure built in Italy in collaboration with a football club , and was created to offer the possibility of experiencing sports events up close, but also to discover the cultural and gastronomic excellences of the territory."
The 11 200 square meters of area, all host the Congress Centre, the restaurant, the lounge bar, the wellness area, a large garden and 138 rooms - divided into five types: Comfort, Deluxe, Executive, J|Executive and Suite. Added to these are the rooms reserved for the Juventus team and the technical staff, who have a large area reserved for pre-match retreats.

The Conference Centre consists of five modular meeting rooms, all with natural light and innovative technology. Four of these have a capacity of 20 people and one can accommodate up to 90. The living area is the beating heart of the J|Hotel: The elegant Lobby lounges offer guests an ideal setting to relax, whether sipping a coffee or a cocktail, whilst they await the start of a meeting or a match. A strong point will be the restaurant that will offer a culinary experience with representational dishes of the great Italian regional cuisines in the dining room, with a capacity of 80 people.

The J|Hotel is part of the urban redevelopment project of the area carried out by the Club, which includes Allianz Stadium, the Juventus Training Center, J|Medical, WINS: World International School and the Club Headquarters. The J|Hotel is managed by the company B&W Nest S.r.l., with 60% owned by Lindbergh Hotels S.r.l. and 40% byJuventus Football Club S.p.A.
Nov 25, 2005
60% owned by Lindbergh Hotels S.r.l. and 40% byJuventus Football Club S.p.A.

why? what happened? club mugged by jj abrams and friends again.
Maybe because Juve is a football club and not a business holding. Makes sense.

Still, first ever FC to own a freaking hotel... pretty badass if you ask me... we're so gonna make this J brand work... trust ;)

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Senior Member
Sep 4, 2006
It is odd that we have gone into partnership with an established hotel chain when opening our hotel.
another bad deal by Paratootsie!!
Yeah it should have been 5+ stars hotel instead because Juventus fans are richest people of the world
true, @Lion and his Canadian peasant wage need to be able to afford a room.


Senior Member
Aug 27, 2010
this is great deal. We wont will bring few milions extra for the club, but also atract foreign fans to spend night near the hotel = spend more money on other Juve things, restaurants or museum.
If I wasnt broke as fuck this year I would probably stay there.

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