Hotels to remember: Piedmont and Valle d'Aosta

Hotel Simplon

Baveno (Lago Maggiore)

Borgo Ramezzana

Trino

From € 140.00

Relais San Maurizio

S. Stefano Belbo

From € 429.00

Hotel Splendid

Baveno (Lago Maggiore)

From € 114.00

Locanda del Sant'Uffizio

Cioccaro di Penango

From € 165.00

Relais di Tenuta Santa Caterina

Grazzano Badoglio

From € 144.00

Locanda La Brenva

Courmayeur

Villa Crespi

Orta San Giulio

From € 299.00

Grand Hotel Sitea

Torino

From € 106.00

VitaminaM

Torino

From € 80.00

Villa Soleil

Colleretto Giacosa

Casa Isabella

Vaglio Serra

From € 180.00

Chalet Il Capricorno

Sauze d'Oulx

Chalet du Lys

Gressoney La Trinitè

Chalet Eden

La Thulie

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Piedmont and Valle d'Aosta: suggestions from the insiders

Richard Noble

(Insider)

Richard Noble

Four of Le Langhe's Most Charming Villages (Le Langhe Village Life) →

Silvia Vitali

(Titolare)

Cascina San Vito

Countryside Residences

Silvia Vitali

For its city center with many historical palaces, its Museums, the Reggia, the Nature of the Parco del Valentino and the Parco della RImembranza on the nearby green hills, for all kinds of events, the Juventus Stadium and So much more... (Cascina San Vito) →

Antonio Montista

(Receptionist)

Chalet du Lys

4 Star Hotels

Piedmont and Valle d'Aosta at a glance

Piedmont and Valle d'Aosta Hotel

Piedmont tells a tale of snow capped mountains and powerful wines, industrial cities and cultivated countryside, of the Savoy, the Unification of Italy, and the mysteries of Turin, its capital city.

Ancient dominion of the Savoys, and home to important Italian cites like Turin, Novara and Asti, the region of Piedmont shares borders with France and Switzerland and is surrounded, on three sides, by magnificent mountains.
Piedmont is also home to the marvellously romantic Lake Maggiore and Lake Orta, and the Po river which, with its tributaries, creates fascinating configurations across the land. Then there is the enchanting countryside of the Langhe: land of castles, truffles and vineyards, where some of Italy's finest wines are produced.

Valle d'Aosta is a region of immense mountains: the Monte Bianco, Monte Cervino, Monte Rosa and the Gran Paradiso. A land of snow capped peaks, silent valleys, which bewitches both winter sports enthusiasts and nature lovers alike, and picturesque towns and Alpine villages, such as Courmeyer, Breuil, Grassoney, Cogne and Sestriere.