Grand Hotel Sitea

Location: Milan, Italian Lakes & Northern Italy | Italy

Built in the early 1900s, the refined Grand Hotel Sitea is housed in an Art Nouveau building set just behind the Piazza San Carlo, in the heart of Turin. Though sporting classical 19th century designs, there are welcome accents of modernity and contemporary elements that make this hotel a stylish and convenient bolthole for exploring the sophisticated region of Piedmont.
Perfect forThe traditional crowd looking for something familiar in the forward thinking and arty city.
In the knowMake sure you wake up for the delicious al fresco breakfast, taken in the small courtyard dotted with adorable turtles.

Recommended for...

  • Food & Wine
  • History & Heritage
  • Honeymoon
  • Luxury Hotel

Hotel Overview

Sense of place

Set on a quiet pedestrianised street, less than 10 minutes’ walk from the main train station, Turin’s best shopping areas and the expansive Piazza Castello.

Rooms at Grand Hotel Sitea

Recalling the period in which the hotel was built, the rooms and suites are warmly classical in style - the interior designer had a real love of red and orange – so you can expect bright walls, dark carpets, thick drapes and large beds. Upgrade to the Classic Suite for two bathrooms and a walk-in closet, complete with cabinets and a marble bench.

Food and facilities

The Empire-style Carignano Restaurant looks out onto a grassy courtyard and serves up both international cuisine, such as Octopus carpaccio with mint, dried tomatoes and raisin cous-cous, and a Piedmont tasting menu with courses made of seasonal produce straight from the farmer’s basket.

Activities at Grand Hotel Sitea

For culture-vultures visit the Pinacoteca Giovanni e Marella Agnelli, an old factory turned into a modern art gallery, and for oenophiles go on a wine tasting of Piedmont’s local vineyards.
Having explored the city, with its industrial and Baroque charms, and its surrounding attractions, rest your feet in the American Bar, a haven for cocktail lovers. Choose from the list of handcrafted long drinks or take part in the popular afternoon tea, with oriental blends accompanied by dainty patisseries and tasty finger food.

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