What does it make your visit in a new city an unforgettable & pleasent experience to be remembered forever ? In my opinion where you choose to stay is very important to determinate your first impression: the hotel or b&b or farmhouse ,becomes your home away from home for some nights & days so it has to be lovely & suits you as a pair of shoes!
So ,for my first time in Turin I wanted a beautiful, central hotel , with a garage & with a triple room – not so easy to find! – close to the most important museums I was going to visit , so after a suggestion from a good piedmont friend of mine, I chose this one & it was perfect for me & my family.So thanks again Carlo for the great tip!
Walking distance to almost everything is interesting to see – lovely squares & historical cafes & chocolate makers – churches ,restaurants ,the royal palace & of course the shopping district 💃🏽 for me & my teenager daughter 😉 .
The room was spacious & the third bed was a REAL comfortable big bed 👍the bathroom with Italian marble with shower & thank , soft bathrobes , an elegant & classy hall , fire places in most of the common rooms ,old fornitures even in the corridors with old pottery collections & the breakfast buffet …it was full of Piedmont yummy specialities that , of course , I tried all😋 many different kind of fresh bread from an excellent bakery in the nearby – where I had been the day before – and the best croissant I have ever tried & the renowned savoiardi , typical Turin’s biscuits .
So I look forward to repeat this experience very soon for another visit in the so called “small Paris” as Turin it is named for its elegant & French style buildings façades, that I really loved not only for its museums & monuments but also for the kindness of its people & for a relaxing ,great stay in this hotel.
5 thoughts on “Where to stay in Turin with class: Grand Hotel Sitea ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️”
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Such a royal hotel ! You give sme envy to to Turino ( where I know another friend … 🙂 )
You know Piemont is close of France by the geography and the history ( see the battle for Italian unity in the years 1860’s )
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Yes ,very close to France in more than one way! hope you could visit it soon again 👍😉🍸