Turin’s Starhotels Majestic is an Art Nouveau-style hotel housed in a magnificent nineteenth-century building located along the impressive corso Vittorio Emanuele II, just steps away from the city’s main shopping streets and historical center.
Within a ten-minute walk of the Majestic hotel is piazza Castello, the city’s biggest square and home to Palazzo Reale, Teatro Regio and Palazzo Madama and from which all the shopping streets branch off: via Roma, via Lagrange, via Po and via Garibaldi.
Turin’s Egyptian Museum. This world-famous museum, with one of the world’s most extensive collections, is just a ten-minute walk from the Majestic.
Ancient Art Museum. It is housed in Palazzo Madama, just a ten-minute walk from the Majestic.
Gam Gallery. The Majestic Hotel is just a thirteen-minute walk from Turin’s Modern and Contemporary Art Gallery, which houses works by major twentieth-century Italian and foreign artists.
Castello and Valentino Park. The Majestic Hotel is just an eleven-minute walk from the Valentino river park. In the heart of the park stands the magnificent Valentino Castle, which is a Unesco World Heritage site.
However, the architectural symbol of Turin is the Mole Antonelliana. If a twenty-minute walk is too much, you can reach it by taking a bus (61 or 68) from the Porta Nuova train station, which is a five-minute walk from Starhotels Majestic.
The Mole houses a museum unique of its kind: the National Museum of Cinema.
The Majestic Hotel is just a ten-minute walk from Turin’s biggest theatre, Teatro Regio (piazza Castello, 215) which offers a rich season of concerts, opera and ballet performances till mid-July 2015.