Turin Palace Hotel

Turin Palace Hotel

Elegant and unfussy, with a great location in one of Italy’s most understated cities

  • Best For Families, Couples, Food & Wine
  • Rooms 127 Classic, Superior, Deluxe and Suites
  • Highlights There's a fully equipped wellness area plus a rooftop bar for apertifs

    Voted Italy's Best Hotel in 2017 by Tripadvisor, staff are wonderfully warm and the concierge will go above and beyond for you
  • Holiday Offers A 3-night stay starts from £ 395 per person sharing a superior room including breakfast and private airport transfers

Turin Palace Hotel

Bright, modern bedrooms, an attractive restaurant and a seriously inviting spa are the result of a recent refurbishment of the Turin Palace Hotel, housed in a grand building that dates back to 1850.

Conveniently placed for the airport bus stop and station, the hotel is just a short stroll from many of the attractions of one of Italy’s most attractive, but frequently overlooked, northern cities.

Expect a warm welcome from a team of friendly and professional staff who will go out of their way to help with local advice and recommendations.
  • Restaurant
  • Walking distance to restaurants
  • Wellness area with a hydromassage pool, sauna, Turkish bath.
  • Concierge service
  • Wi-Fi


Bedrooms are stylish and spacious, ranging in size from 24 to 38m², all with fabulous bathrooms. Triple and family rooms are available and some of the rooms on the upper floors have a large terrace. 

Rooms are stylishly furnished, with light wooden flooring, large draped windows and pastel-shaded fabrics. Flat screen TV’s, indulgent bathroom treats and a desk and armchair or sofa are standard.
Room Facilities
  • Wi-Fi
  • Complimentary soft drinks from the minibar
  • Kettle with coffee, tea and herbal teas
  • Bathrobes and slippers
  • Towels both 100% cotton and 100% linen
  • Hairdryer
  • Simmons Beautyrest Mattress with Pillow Top
  • Spacious wardrobe or walk-in closet
  • Comfortable armchair or sofa
  • Flat screen television
  • Digital safe

Hotel Restaurant

Les Petites Madeleines restaurant is one of the cornerstones of the city's dining scene, Chef Stefano Sforza proposes a creative menu of the best Piedmontes culinary tradition.

Agnolotti del Plin with roasted meat sauce, spaghetti with tomato sauce, lamb, cauliflower, cod, desserts of unusual combinations (hazelnuts and kiwis, chocolate and vermouth). The proposals may not be captivating or evocative but the palate follows the taste and in the end you will be very satisfied.

From fresh fruit, cereals, yoghurts, croissants, juices and a wide array of teas and coffees, plus hot dishes like eggs any style, pancakes and porridge the morning breakfast is everything you would expect from a 5 star hotel and the Turin Palace does not disappoint. 
Other Restaurant Nearby
Piedmontese cuisine is highly regarded and there's no shortage of fabulous eateries serving anything from a light snack to a Barolo Riserva heart-stopping wild boar stew

In the neighbourhood, we loved the historic Del Cambio in Piazza Carignano, 2 (since 1757 the preferred choice of the local aristocracy); while for a typical tasting menu, we recommend Bruschetteria Pautasso and Bicchierdivino Tavern in the Roman quadilater (homemade pasta, veal in tuna sauce, fresh veggies deeped in bagna cauda sauce and great wines).


Kick off your stay in Turin with a cappuccino at the glittery Caffè San Carlo, the perfect introduction to this elegant city of coffee houses and chocolate shops. Art nouveau cafés and tree-lined boulevards set the scene but dotted amongst them there are Roman monuments, baroque palaces and squares, the exquisite Palazzo Reale, the Museo Egizio and, the only example of Renaissance style architecture in the city, Turin’s cathedral.

Shops, art galleries, football and Fiat all play their part and Top Gear fans will undoubtedly want to stop by Museo Nazionale dell’Automobile.

The hotel is a short stroll from most of the city centre attractions and its proximity to Turin’s main station makes it easy to combine a stay in Turin with another city.


The art behind the wine…

The art behind the wine…

Throughout history, a lot of thought has been put into the artwork that is used to attract us to our favourite wines - after all, they do say we taste with our eyes first! – so we decided to take a look at our favourite two “stories behind sketches” that adorn and market some of Italy’s top wine products.
Piedmont Wine Region

Piedmont Wine Region

Right up in the North West of Italy, bordering France and Switzerland, is the charming and quaint region of Piedmont. Piedmont, literally meaning “at the foot of the mountain”, is situated in the shadow of the Alps, and is populated by endless hill top hamlets, boutique wineries and countless places to eat authentic Italian cuisine peculiar to the region.
Where to taste the best wines in Piedmont

Where to taste the best wines in Piedmont

Our pick of the best Piedmontese wineries includes well-known names and others less so, places where the finest and most appreciated wines in the world are produced.

In the ranking of the most famous Italian wineries those of Piedmont are numerous, starting with the wineries in the Langhe region that are among the most characteristic.