If you’re looking for a quiet hotel in Turin, look no further than Hotel Roma e Rocca Cavour.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Turin, Hotel Roma e Rocca Cavour is located a short distance from Piazza San Carlo (0.3 mi) and Piazza Castello (0.6 mi).
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer air conditioning and a minibar, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and room service while staying at Hotel Roma e Rocca Cavour. In addition, Hotel Roma e Rocca Cavour offers a lounge, which will help make your Turin trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is paid private parking available on-site.
While in Turin be sure to experience local crab favorites at Simini or Il Giglio.
Plus, during your trip, don’t forget to check out some of the popular government buildings, such as Palazzo Turinetti, Palazzo dal Pozzo della Cisterna, and Prefettura Ufficio Territoriale del Governo.
The staff at Hotel Roma e Rocca Cavour looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
The hotel is in a great location and despite being on the main road you have no noise in the rooms from traffic. The rooms have lovely high ceilings and are quite tastefully decorated, if a bit outdated. The staff are friendly and helpful, and there is a parking arrangement not far away which is convenient and not too costly.
The Roma e Rocco is a surprisingly large hotel, much bigger than I had anticipated and very well positioned immediately opposite Turin’s main railway station. The reception area and hallways give the impression of an establishment from a different age which is not a criticism. My room was less old fashioned. It was on the small side but bigger than others I have had and a very high ceiling and a balcony with park view made it seem more spacious than it was. The bed was like an elongated double – not excessively wide but longer than usual and reasonably comfortable. There was also a small desk, armchair and a shelving unit and hanging space screened with a curtain. There was a good size fridge but no kettle. The room had many power outlets including several conveniently located for the desk. The very clean bathroom was small but adequate with a shower but no tub. The only odd thing was loud turquoise colour tiles on the floor that seemed to have no relationship to the rest of the room’s decoration. I struggled a bit with the wifi with a non-password protected login that didn’t work well at all. When I complained the receptionist helped connect me to a password protected version that worked fine. Then, just before check-out, I discovered a small piece of paper in the key envelope that included login credentials and a password. The person who checked me in had not mentioned that it was included with the key. The hotel was very quiet, in fact I never saw or heard another guest. It was also very well priced which may have been due to a lack of guests because of the coronavirus pandemic. Overall, the Roma e Rocco worked well for me and I would be happy to return.…
Hotel is a bit outdated, but on the best location in Turin. Next to the station and at the beginning of the shopping streets leading to the historical center. Breakfast was decent, rooms were clean and staff was friendly.
Returned from skiing in France via Turin and spent a night here in very early February. The hotel has a friendly, efficient front desk, large, quiet rooms and serves a good breakfast. There were three of us and we all got inward-facing, courtyard rooms at a very fair price. Of course, it was very out of season but the price was still good. One of the rooms was large and the other two were enormous. Overall, I found this hotel rather charming and would return. We asked for a dinner recommendation and were advised to go to La Pergola Rosa which was very good (see separate review).
PRO - The location is great: right in front of PortaNuova train station; metro, bus stops, and city center are just a few steps away. The staff was always present and ready to answer any questions and issue. There is a nice, luminous breakfast room with an always ready and varied buffet. It was great to find natural yogurt and jams not only in prepackaged single-use wrappings! There are two modern lifts avaliable to reach the floors. I also appreciated the festive Christmas decorations and the vintage furnitures in the foyer. CONS - The wardrobe in my room was old and creaky: I didn't use it for fear it would break. An height adjustable shower head would be more practical then the very high fixed one. It would be great if the management could switch to a more environmental-friendly policy: no single-use products (mini shampoo, paper slippers, tootbrush, mini toothpaste, sugar sachets, etc), no change of towels unless requested, and so on.…