The charm of Cuneo or Coni, city of art and history, a tradition of hospitality and excellence, the art of the Italian lifestyle. Welcome to Stefania and Giorgio Chiesa's hotel.
"The hotel is like a theatre: we ensure the continuity of service, while the guests are like actors on a stage."
Stefania and Giorgio invite you to enjoy a timeless Italian lifestyle in the heart of Cuneo (Coni), a city of art and history in Piedmont, northern Italy. They run The Originals Boutique, Hotel Palazzo Lovera, a historic 16th-century building combining conviviality and elegance: "We enjoy treating our guests to perfect service and listening to them throughout their stay," says the couple. Their 4-star hotel in Piedmont and its restaurant succeed in subtly combining classicism, refinement and authenticity. Hospitality is a virtue that Stefania and Giorgio have always possessed. Behind the stately façade are 47 spacious, comfortable and pleasant guestrooms and suites. And human passion in all its simplicity.
The hotel boasts 40 guestrooms and 7 junior suites with Jacuzzis. The style is classic, refined and cosy. Elegance and sobriety characterise these living spaces, which are perfectly suitable for couples, friends or families seeking peace and quiet on a pedestrian street in the heart of Cuneo.
- Non smoking room
- Air-conditioned room
The four-star The Originals Boutique, Hotel Palazzo Lovera has its own restaurant, the "Ristorante Lovera depuis 1939", where you can enjoy typical Piedmontese food noon and night. To start the day on the right note, Stefania and Giorgio offer a buffet or continental breakfast served on the restaurant's terrace or in your room.
Ideally located in a pedestrian zone of Coni with the lovely Piedmontese city's landmarks at your doorstep, the hotel beckons you to explore this beautiful part of northern Italy.
WALKING IN CUNEORinged by Alpine peaks, Cuneo is a charming Piedmontese city that was long the seat of the House of Savoy. It is shaped like a triangle at the confluence of the Stura di Demonte River and the Gesso Torrent. At the tip of the triangle, the street plan is a checkerboard grid stretching out on either side of a median street dating back to the Middle Ages (via Roma). Visit the town by strolling through quaint little streets from Piazza Galimberti to the cathedral, old church of San Francesco and Civic Museum.
RACCONIGI CASTLEThe royal castle of Racconigi, a grandiose building of many styles, was the fortress of the marquises of Saluzzo. In the 17th century it became the property of the Savoy-Carignano family, which turned it into a summer residence. The façade on the park side was designed by Guarino Guarini, the one on the entrance side by Giovanni Battista Borra (1755). The interiors feature remarkable,lavishly furnished rooms, including the Hercules and Diana Rooms, the Chinese rooms, the Etruscan cabinet and the kitchens. The Margaria (1852), a model farmhouse in the neo-Gothic style, is located in the vast park.
NEAR CONINear Coni, Savigliano is a small town dotted with medieval palaces, most of which have been restored. The municipal tower and the Arch of Triumph that the Dukes of Savoy once passed through overlook Piazza Santarosa, which is lined by medieval arcades. Vicoforte is a small village famous for the Regina Montis Regalis shrine and the Fair of the Madonna, which draws over a million visitors every year. Built in 1596, the shrine rose up around a sacred pillar after, according to legend, an icon of the Virgin on it started bleeding when it was hit by a hunter.
What our customers say
"in the heart of Cuneo"
Great to be in five minutes in the heart of Cuneo, with parking and check in!
"very good stay"
nice stay, nice people good place in the center of the old city of Cuneo
"A couple of constructive critisisms"
Nice room, hotel in good location. We could not get WiFi to work in the room, reported this to the man on reception but he just said he has had no other complaints. WiFi in the lobby was fine. Air con in the room was poor and only one bath towel was provided. Shower hose pointed at the wall, not our body! No amount of adjustment would rectify this! We did not complain and are only mentioning this now because we have been asked to do so.