Albergo Ristorante della Torre • • Visit Bergamo

Albergo Ristorante della Torre

Hotel

Description

For over one century travellers and tourists have found in Albergo della Torre the ideal place for a peaceful stay and a traditionally refined cuisine at the same time attentive to health.

The Hotel develops within and around a 14th century tower dominating the main square of Trescore, in ancient times the market town for all of the products which from Val Cavallina were destined for the city of Bergamo.

Our five-generation family style of reception features cheerful and efficient hospitality, inviting you to discover - among the many attractions of our land - the town where the great Lorenzo Lotto painted his most important cycle of frescoes: the Oratorio Suardi of Trescore Balneario. A Renaissance treasure within five minutes' walking distance from your Hotel.

Be it work or vacation, think of the Torre as your home away from home: remeber that you can reserve online, here and now, your stay, your lunch or dinner (while you're at it, have a look at this week's menus), or your meeting.
 


Continue

For over one century travellers and tourists have found in Albergo della Torre the ideal place for a peaceful stay and a traditionally refined cuisine at the same time attentive to health.

The Hotel develops within and around a 14th century tower dominating the main square of Trescore, in ancient times the market town for all of the products which from Val Cavallina were destined for the city of Bergamo.

Our five-generation family style of reception features cheerful and efficient hospitality, inviting you to discover - among the many attractions of our land - the town where the great Lorenzo Lotto painted his most important cycle of frescoes: the Oratorio Suardi of Trescore Balneario. A Renaissance treasure within five minutes' walking distance from your Hotel.

Be it work or vacation, think of the Torre as your home away from home: remeber that you can reserve online, here and now, your stay, your lunch or dinner (while you're at it, have a look at this week's menus), or your meeting.