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.
We rarely post but here it is better to be safe than sorry. To flee ! A cold welcome, a rustic hotel in poor condition. The hotel is only looking for profitability but absolutely not for customer satisfaction. - The rooms are bathrooms, the carpet does not make you want to walk on it. When it comes to showers, the shower head shoots anywhere, with no ability to adjust it. - For the breakfast part, the choice is limited, industrial juices and nothing is returned once finished. - For people who love noise, don't hesitate, this is the place. The walls are as thin as paper. To add, during the two nights we spent here, work just above our room started at 8am, impossible to sleep with so many hammer blows! We had warned of this before the first night (the hotel being fully aware of this work as it is on their premises) and the hotel did not offer us a room change. The same thing happened the second night. When we ask for a gesture for these unbearable noises, the manager absolutely refused to make any gesture. Usual in hotels, we rarely post reviews but these two days were a disaster from start to finish, so we wanted to be alerted, other hotels in Turin deserve better attention!…
You believe the guff that restaurants and hotel et al put out re enticing pictures and descriptions. I reserved a comfort double room, following picture 1 of 15 on website - balacony and door in such a room - not so a basic room in a dirty town - I dont know how people are writing good things here I didnt like my scaffold system errected outisde my bedroom window - not much to view walking through my imaginary french door to the balcony as picure evidence shows. Why advertise what you refuse to deliver? Why do they expect customers to book a reservation and then tolerate being let down? It’s your money, it’s difficult to research these things from home especially when you are enticed by glamour photos that hold no water – you go if you wish but just maybe if we all walked and revenues are hit, then such establishments and platform providers who clearly do not inspect the properties listed; s may well take heed or hopefully go out of business. It’s a big world with plenty choice, why waste your money on those which disrespect the customer…
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.