An historic and charming deluxe establishment in the centre of Bormio, Hotel San Lorenzo has been recently renovated in traditional mountain style. Originally a church dating back to the twelfth century, in 1924 it was transformed into a modern hotel, and since 1969 has been managed by the Dei Cas family.
Full of character thanks to the warmth of the wood furnished rooms, this deluxe 3 star hotel offers a very welcoming atmosphere. Its restaurant will spoil you with its refined cuisine – energy filled breakfast buffet, and five course lunch and dinner menus. Free access to the hotel small but well maintained fitness centre with Finnish sauna, hydromassage pool with aromatherapy, kneipp treatment, relaxation area and gym equipment will keep you fit and relaxed.
Free WiFi wireless internet access throughout the hotel, heated ski room with closed circuit TV system and controlled access, private parking and garaging (fee), ski bus service outside the hotel complete the offer.
The finely furnished bedrooms feature hydro-massage bath tub or hydromassage shower, LCD satellite TV, phone, safe, hairdryer, thermostat to regulate the temperature in the room, mini bar (excluding Classic rooms). Suites and Junior Suites also provide bathrobes and slippers.
Room Types (all no smoking)
Classic: double bedroom many with balcony and designed with lively and sunny colours.
Superior: double bedroom all with balcony.
The Family Suites: Designed especially for families, the bedroom has a cosy wooden barrelled ceiling, while the living room can be easily transformed into a bedroom for the children.
The Junior Suites: double bedroom with a gracious entrance, reading corner with armchairs or a couch and a modern bathroom with a large shower . Facing south, these rooms have balconies from which you can admire the marvellous scenery of our mountains.
The Suites: spreading on two levels on the top floors of the hotel with spacious living room, double bedroom and luxury bathroom, not to mention the magnificent view of the mountains and over the roofs of the town.