Hotel Principi di Piemonte
Luxury abounds at the Art Deco Hotel Principi di Piemonte. Built in 1936 for Fiat founder and Italian industrialist Gianni Agnelli, this magnificent 12-storey building lies at the very heart of downtown Central, with phenomenal views of the ‘Alpine Arch’ and glittering Po River.
A former conferencing hotel for film directors in the 1930’s, Hotel Principi di Piemonte was restored to its former glory in 2006 and continues to attract a an equally diverse clientèle of businessmen and socialites. Less than two blocks from boutique-lined Via Roma, its a versatile embarkation point for exploring the nearby attractions, such as the Museo Egizio, Royal Palace of Turin and Parco Valentino.
With 99 lavish rooms and suites, the 5-star Hotel Principi di Piemonte is the epitome of class and style. Superior accommodations include presidential, diplomatic and junior suites, plus 30 deluxe, air-conditioned bedrooms with marbled wet-rooms and optional Wi-Fi.
A 24-hour reception desk and in-house currency exchange office can be found within the main lobby, just beside the American-themed Il Salotto dei Prinicipi Bar. With a 220-capacity salon, numerous large banqueting halls and a reputation for Michelin-standard cuisine, Hotel Principe di Piemonte is inherently popular as a wedding and business venue. That being said, you can still enjoy a sophisticated dining atmosphere within the Casa Savoia Restaurant – formal attire optional!