Strategic central location near subway and train stations

Hotel Roma e Rocca Cavour offers an old-time hospitality in Turin city centre

All the comforts and the advantages of a historic building

Located in the heart of Turin

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Hotel Roma e Rocca Cavour

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Located in the heart of Turin, the Hotel, a historic building from the mid-nineteenth century, overlooking one of the most elegant piazzas in the city, the Piazza Carlo Felice, was built in 1861 and named after King Carlo Felice of Savoy.
A short walk from the Hotel is Via Roma, the vibrant centre of Turin shopping, and Corso Vittorio Emanuele, the main city thoroughfare which leads directly to the River Po and Valentino Park.
The hotel, run by the same family since 1854, offers old-fashioned hospitality, with all the comforts and advantages of a modern building, able to satisfy every need, whether for business or for pleasure.
Ideally positioned, the guests of the hotel are within easy reach of all parts of the city, either on foot or with public transport.
In the immediate vicinity there is the "Porta Nuova" train station, the metrounderground stations, the bus to Lingotto Fiere and to the Air terminal for Turin Caselle Airport.
Conveniently within walking distance from the Hotel are: the Egyptian Museum, the Cathedral (the Holy Shroud), the Mole Antonelliana (the Museum of Cinema), the most important historical buildings (Palazzo Reale, Palazzo Madama, Palazzo Carignano) as well as the city's main piazzas and streets.