Historical hotel with a romantic atmosphere located right in the town centre, just 5 minutes walking distance from the Mart Museum and 150 m from the railway station. The common areas and rooms are decorated with fine furnishings and paintings by famous italian artists. The rooms are soundproofed and decorated in style; Some rooms offer a beautiful view of the surrounding mountains, while others overlook the beautiful historic center.
One of the strong points of the hotel is the Ristorante Novecento: popular meeting point for locals and tourists where you can enjoy homemade pasta and regional and national specialties, as well as a very special Gourmet Pizza. All accompanied by the finest wines from Trentino.
Free WiFi, city bikes available for our customers. It has free parking, bike storage and garage.

Culture in Rovereto 

Visiting the MART Museum

The Mart’s collection, built up over the years thanks to a far-sighted policy of acquisitions, loans and donations, today comprises approximately 20,000 works. The new layout offers an art-historical itinerary set out chronologically with thematic diversions stressing the great continuity between trends, schools and the currents that have characterised the history of art since the end of the 19th century.

link to the Mart website

Visiting the MUSE

More than 500,000 visitors in the first year of life for the sensational Science Museum of Trento, the Muse.
Rovereto is located only 20 km from Trento and Rovereto is easily accessible by car and by train.
By train: the railway station is just 150 meters from the Hotel Rovereto and Trento trains depart about every 10-20 minutes. A 20-minute journey you reach the center of Trento. Call or write for more information.

link to the Muse website.

Visiting the Castle of Rovereto

Since its inauguration in 1921, the Italian War History Museum is one of the major Italian museums dedicated to the First World War.

Housed in Rovereto Castle, the museum offers two itineraries: the armies and the wars of the nineteenth and the Great War; the castle and the modern age weapons.
The complete tour takes about an hour and a half - two hours.

The exhibition dedicated to the First World War has been recently renovated. The course is dedicated to the way of fighting and the soldiers' equipment, but also to the extraordinary transformations that knew all this from the nineteenth century and the First World War. In the windows you can see a rich collection of objects and photographs, materials related to trench warfare, flyers, posters and testimonies of the experience of combatants and civilians.

A new path takes visitors to discover towers and tunnels, the embankment and the dozens of gunboats converted from the walls. In Marino tower it is exposed to the modern age weapons collection (XVI-XVIII centuries): a vast collection of armor, swords and fire, dueling and hunting. Malipiero in the tower, weapons and tools from prehistoric times to the Middle Ages.

link to the Museum website

Rovereto Outdoors

Ciclabile dell'Adige

Among vineyards and castles, 90 km bike path linking the North and South of the Trentino region. The bike path continues up to the Brenner Pass.

Another branch of the cycle connects Rovereto with the Lake Garda (19 km) through the beautiful biotope of Lake Loppio, a real "must do" experience.


Easy walks for families and more challenging ones for experts, in the green of the Trentino holiday region. Discover the Dinosaur tracks, mountain lakes, shelters, flowers a simply unique experience. For more information visit the website of the local tourism office Apt di Rovereto


Bike rides

Starting from Rovereto discover the climbs made famous by the Giro d'Italia, explore our mountains, both on road and off road. The possibilities are truly endless.

Rovereto and the First World War

Rovereto and its surroundings still retain many traces of the First World War, fought in this territory from May 1915 until the armistice of 1918.

The mountains and valleys are secondary with many fascinating excursions reached historic sites that trace what was the front line and who today make up the Peace Trail.

more informations on the site of  Museo della Guerra