Whether it is for a weekend mini-break or a longer holiday, choose the ideal hotel for your needs in Piedmont with B&B Hotels. All our 3-star hotels are at your service, and they are also ideal for business trips, with accommodation options that are perfectly suited to your needs. For a high-quality, budget-friendly stay, book your hotel in Piedmont from our website.
Hello, or “Cerea neh!”, as the locals say. B&B Hotels will provide the best welcome upon your arrival in Piedmont and ensure you have a stylish and comfortable stay. Piedmont has not forgotten its history as the “capital” of Italy. Both a cultural and industrial centre, it is as lively as ever. From ancient history to the present day, Piedmont is home to a rich heritage or art and entertainment. It boasts the cosmopolitan city of Turin, towns, castles and fortresses with fairytale charm and a culinary tradition that is more than capable of holding its own with the other regions in Italy.
The staff at our hotel in Turin will be happy to help you by providing information on the best tours and travel itineraries to visit Piedmont, as well as a schedule of events taking place during your stay (e.g. Christmas markets, the most on-trend restaurants, guided tours of the gardens and royal residences, etc.) so that you can make the most of your holiday. Then, after an action-packed day of sightseeing, you can return to the hotel and relax in your spacious, elegantly furnished room, which contains all the modern comforts and amenities you would expect, including an en-suite bathroom with a large shower.
From our hotel in Turin, guests can easily reach the most important tourist attractions and places of interest in the city, including the historic city centre, the main monuments and natural parks. Our hotel offers all the services and facilities you will need for a budget-friendly stay with total comfort and relaxation. Our spacious rooms include an en-suite bathroom, an LCD TV and Wi-Fi connection.
For a unique weekend in Piedmont, why not visit the Residences of the Royal House of Savoy, built by the Savoy dynasty to add to the prestige of the king, princes and dukes of Italy and to host noble foreign visitors, which are located around Turin. The elegant Royal Palace, Palazzo Madama, Castle of Valentino (an amazing reconstruction of a medieval castle and village that offers visitors an exceptional journey through time), Palazzo Chiablese and the Villa della Regina, without forgetting the Palazzina di Caccia di Stupinigi and the ancient Castle of Rivoli, with its Manica Lunga garden. Turin is arguably one of the most interesting areas to visit in Piedmont.
Close to the capital city of the region is the Venaria Reale, today home to important and interesting exhibitions of various kinds, with its splendid gardens and La Mandria Park, and the Ducal Castle of Agliè, a beautiful summer palace that is definitely worth a visit. Less than an hour by train from Turin, visitors will find Masino Castle and Govone Castle, which is transformed into Santa’s Village at Christmastime, much to the delight of the local and visiting children. Lake Viverone, the lakes of Avigliana and the Serra di Ivrea moraine await nature-loving visitors. For those interested in exploring some of the regions national parks, slightly further afield, the natural beauty of the Gran Paradiso National Park is within easy reach, as are the smaller towns and villages of the Canavese area, which is full of history and gastronomic delights.
A holiday in Piedmont also means learning how to have fun, with the cutting-edge Museum of Cinema, the recently renovated Egyptian Museum, the Zoom Biopark, the Automobile Museum and the Savigliano Railway Museum. Plus, it is a fantastic opportunity to discover new flavours and fine wines, in the picturesque hills of Barolo, the Langhe and Roero regions and the area around Alba.
Lastly, Piedmont has much to offer those who are interested in majestic religious architecture: the Basilica of Superga, the Church of Santa Maria al Monte and the Sacra di San Michele (Saint Michael’s Abbey) are just waiting to be explored by both devout pilgrims and art and architecture enthusiasts alike, with wonderful masterpieces to be admired within their walls, and spectacular panoramas of the surrounding countryside to be enjoyed from their lofty positions.