Hotel Plaza Torino - 3 Generations

Hotel Plaza Torino - 3 Stars

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Meeting Room

Ideal for meetings, congress, and business woirkshops,you can book...
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Breakfast Room

For the breakfast we arrange a buffet with: milk, coffee, tea, cappuccino...
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City Guide

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The HOTEL PLAZA an elegant, modern and functional complex which has been constantly updated over the years, is strategically located between the centre of Turin and Lingotto, the recently developed trade fair, exhibition, conference and shopping centre. The hotel is just a few minutes from the city's "Porta Nuova" and "Lingotto" railway stations, as well as Parco del Valentino and "Torino Esposizioni", the city's other major exhibition centre. 3 Metro stops either from the Centre and from Lingotto.

With courtesy and helpfulness, the HOTEL PLAZA will satisfy the needs of those who come to Turin for either business or pleasure, perhaps wishing to discover the historical and artistic beauty of the old Savoyard capital, or the futuristic challenges presented by the forthcoming Winter Olympic Games.

The HOTEL PLAZA can sleep up to 128 people, with 65 rooms including singles, doubles, twins, a junior suite and a suite.

City Guide

Come to Turin and discover the treasures of the city, let yourselves be guided by its beauty and savour its delights as you walk in the matrix-like grid of its straight roads, and come across large squares full of light and lined with imposing, noble and public buildings from various historical periods, like Palazzo Carignano, home of the Risorgimento Museum. You can start from Piazza Castello, the heart of the cityoverlooked by Palazzo Reale (the "Royal Palace"), Palazzo Madama and the Cathedral with the Guarini Cupola, guardian of the Holy Shroud, and then stroll down Via Po, stopping to browse around the little shops under the arches. At the end of Via Po, you will come to Piazza Vittorio, dominated at the far end by the majestic Gran Madre Church, and here you can relax in some of the city's finest traditional caf├Ęs and sample some of the specialities of Turin, Italy's chocolate capital.
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