Piedmont Hotels
20 Hotels Found
Sort by:
NH Torino Lingotto

NH Torino Lingotto Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This upscale hotel is within the iconic building that was the former Lingotto car factory. Renovated by renowned architect Renzo Piano in 1995, there are now 240 stylish and spacious guest rooms, and contemporary public spaces. It’s a fascinating property for anyone interested in design and architecture, and there are plenty of facilities to draw guests here too -- including a restaurant, bar, fitness center, sauna and steam room, excellent business facilities, and an attractive garden. It’s pricier than the Holiday Inn Turin Corso Francia, but is slightly closer to the city center, has lots more facilities, and added panache.
Hotel Victoria

Hotel Victoria Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Hotel Victoria Turin is an upscale property on a pretty cobblestone street in the heart of Turin, Italy. Tourists will probably like the walkable location with access to restaurants and art museums while business travelers can book the two meeting rooms. A major perk for all guests is free access to the gorgeous Iside Wellness Center, complete with an indoor swimming pool and hamman. Free Wi-Fi and bike rentals are nice perks, but there's a charge for parking in a garage located around the corner from the hotel. It may also be worth considering the more affordable nearby BEST WESTERN Hotel Genova, which also has an indoor swimming pool -- but not quite as much charm.
Hotel Principi di Piemonte

Hotel Principi di Piemonte Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Hotel Principi di Piemonte is a luxury, chain hotel (Atahotels) with 99 stylish guest rooms in the city center of Turin. The tall hotel is close to restaurants and shops, and is less than a five-minute walk to Porto Nuova train station, making it easy to reach Caselle Airport via public transportation. Rooms on higher floors have views of Turin. The hotel has a spa with a pool and a restaurant serving regional and international cuisine. There’s a fee for Wi-Fi. The NH Santo Stefano is a similarly priced hotel nearby -- it has free Wi-Fi but no free parking.
Grand Hotel Des Iles Borromees

Grand Hotel Des Iles Borromees Rating: 4.0 Pearls

With an excellent location on Lake Maggiore, the 179-room Grand Hotel Des Isles Borromees is an Art Nouveau, luxury property with spectacular lake views. Decor is ornate throughout the lobby and rooms, and the hotel grounds are gorgeous. The hotel has an outdoor pool with grassy sunbathing areas, a spa with an indoor pool, and a fitness center. The rooms are traditionally elegant, with patterned carpets, bedspreads, and drapes. Some guests find reception from the staff to be a bit on the cold side. Guests may also want to check out the Hotel La Luna Nel Porto, a charming boutique on the lake with a friendly staff.
Grand Hotel Sitea

Grand Hotel Sitea Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Grand Hotel Sitea is an upscale property built in 1925, and it's arguably the best hotel in this price category in Turin. The elegant hotel -- with 120 guest rooms and a convenient location in the center of Turin -- features a restaurant serving regional and international cuisine and a large, free breakfast buffet with scrambled eggs, bacon, local biscuits, and a variety of other options. There’s also an American bar where guests can get a drink or eat lunch. Guest rooms are a mix of modern furnishings and classic accents. There’s also a small fitness center with a treadmill and weights, and free Wi-Fi is available throughout the building.
Hotel Castello di Sinio

Hotel Castello di Sinio Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Hotel Castello Di Sinio in the Province of Cuneo, Piedmont is a one-of-a-kind property. It's over 800 years old, and much of the building is original, which gives guests the feeling of having stepped back in time. Despite the impressive size of the castle, only 18 rooms are available. That allows the American expat owner, who also does all the cooking, to get to know her guests. Rooms are about what one would expect from a castle hotel, and have stone walls, rich rugs, and wood-beam ceilings. It is a high-end property, but likely worth the price, especially for those who are art, history, and wine enthusiasts.
Holiday Inn Turin-Corso Francia

Holiday Inn Turin-Corso Francia Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Built in 2006, this three-and-a-half pearl, chain hotel has 130 rooms and is located outside of Turin's center. Geared towards business travelers, there’s a business center, conference room, and meeting rooms on-site. There’s also a modern bar and restaurant open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, serving regional dishes and local wines. This is a typical chain hotel, so rooms are a little bland and lacking any Italian charm, but they are clean, modern, and have all the expected amenities. Room rates are lower than hotels nearer the city center, so this offers decent value for those who don’t mind traveling into the heart of Turin -- and there’s a Metro station right across the street.


Oyster Pearl Rating

  • Award-Winning

What's Your Style?

  • Kid-Friendly
  • Luxury
  • Romantic
  • Boutique
  • Business
  • Historic
› See More...


  • Canelli
  • La Morra
  • Orta San Giulio
  • Serralunga d'Alba
  • Sinio
› See More...


  • Air Conditioner
  • Babysitting Services
  • Balcony
  • Basic Television
  • Business Center
› See More...
Loading Live Rates