Located in the heart of Turin, Hotel Roma e Rocca Cavour, a historic building dating back to the mid-19th century, overlooks one of the city's most elegant squares, Piazza Carlo Felice, built in 1861 and named after Carlo Felice di Savoia.
A stone's throw from the hotel is Via Roma, Turin's shopping centre, and Corso Vittorio Emanuele, the city's main thoroughfare, which leads directly to the Po River and Valentino Park.
The hotel, which has been run by the same family since 1854, offers the hospitality of times gone by, with all the comforts and advantages of a modern structure, suitable for satisfying every type of need, whether it is a tourist stay or a business stay.
Thanks to its strategic position, the hotel's guests can easily reach every corner of the city on foot or by public transport.
In the immediate vicinity are the "Porta Nuova" Railway Station, the Metro stops, the bus to Lingotto Fiere and the Air terminal for Turin Caselle Airport.
Easily reachable on foot from the Hotel: the Egyptian Museum, the Duomo (Holy Shroud), the Mole Antonelliana (Museum of Cinema), the most important historical buildings (Palazzo Reale, Palazzo Madama, Palazzo Carignano), the main squares and streets of the city.