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StudiÒ Charles-Albert

Aosta - Piazza Chanoux

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2-floor apartment
for 6 guests

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StudiÒ Charles-Albert

The finely renovated 90sqm apartment, carefully finished in details and decorations, StudiÒ Charles-Albert is located on the second and third floors of a historic building situated within a courtyard next to the square of the same name, with a privileged view of the Roman amphitheater. The apartment on the first floor consists of a living area with a modern kitchen equipped with all comforts, a relaxing sitting area with a double sofa bed, and a finely furnished cozy bathroom. On the second floor, there are two bedrooms (one with a double bed and one with two single beds) and a bathroom.

The refined and elegant tone of the spaces, the bleached wooden parquet floors, the fine furnishings that blend with the pastel colors of the walls, combined with typically alpine objects, create a unique atmosphere that will accompany you during an exclusive stay.

From the master bedroom, there is a view of the Roman theater.

Inside, you will find an HD television, free Wi-Fi, and books for your relaxation.

The bathroom is furnished with fine ceramics and features a spacious shower, a hairdryer, and a shampoo and shower gel made with local natural and organic products.

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Who was Charles-Albert?


Turin, October 2, 1798 – Porto, July 28, 1849


Charles-Albert, also known as Carlo Alberto di Savoia due to his affiliation with the House of Savoy, was the King of Sardinia, titular King of Cyprus and Jerusalem, Duke of Savoy and Duke of Genoa, Prince of Piedmont, the seventh Prince of Carignano from 1800 to March 23, 1849, and Count of Barge from 1800 until the day of his death. His name is associated with the promulgation of the Fundamental Statute of the Kingdom of Sardinia on March 4, 1848, known as the Albertine Statute. This statute transformed the Kingdom of Sardinia and later Italy into a constitutional monarchy.

Carlo Alberto


to reach StudiÒ Charles-Albert

From Turin or from Milan

If you are coming from the direction of Turin or Milan, the most common option is to take the A5 highway, which directly connects Turin to Aosta. Once you enter the A5, follow the signs for Aosta. The road is well marked, and the route through the valley is charming and picturesque.

From other international locations

If you are coming from France or Switzerland, you need to cross the borders and follow the signs to Aosta. Check the traffic conditions in advance, as you may encounter international traffic.

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