Finding an ideal quaint hotel in Bormio does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hotel Quarto Pirovano, a nice option for travelers like you.
Hotel Quarto Pirovano features room service. In addition, as a valued Hotel Quarto Pirovano guest, you can enjoy a pool and free breakfast that are available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the nearby restaurants, including Rifugio Garibaldi (0.2 mi) and Hotel Genziana Ristorante (0.1 mi), all of which are within walking distance from Hotel Quarto Pirovano.
Hotel Quarto Pirovano looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Bormio.
We have been trapped in Stelvio Pass due to 4 days of non-stop snowing and roads not being cleared by fear of avalanches. We have been offered free lodging and good food for our whole stay at the Pirovano (3 people). We enjoyed the swimming pool and spa and the pre-halloween party with the very nice staff. Many thanks again for your warm hospitality! T. Nguyen
Pirovano is a combination of a spa hotel for people who cross the Stelvio and want to enjoy an evening and morning view at high altitudes. certainly not a top hotel, but with the exception of the exceptional setting, highly recommended.
Unless you need to stay at the top of the pass do not bother to stay here.It's clean and tidy but very unkempt and extremely tired looking. The restaurant is appalling with plastic chairs and paper table cloths, waited on by people who clearly do not like their jobs. When I informed the management it was shrugged off........ It's only saving grace was that we were able to put our motorcycles in a locked garage overnight.
hotel dont look very special, but staff were very helpful. room was not big, not small, but clean. hotel contains indoor pool. the most interesting thing is piece of nature around. stelvio is amazing place.
The location of this hotel is excellent - it is a first building next to the cable car and is just next to the "centre" of the Stelvio pass. It has a big parking and nice views to the mountain tops. The hotel, as most others in the area, was built in the 70s and this is quite obvious. What is suprising is how they manage to keep rooms and public spaces in such a good condition - everything is very clean and proper, while the hotel stays closed under the snow for 6 months a year. Rooms are spartan, style and decoration are from the 70s, yet everything is working properly. Wi-Fi worked well everywhere in the hotel. For convenience, the hotel has a bancomat and a small ski rental. I had a small room with two separate single beds, which had tiled floor, quite a big wardrobe (with a new safe) and a table. The room was nicely warm and quite spacious and the window had the views of the surrounding mountains. The bathroom was of a normal size, old-style, but clean and functioning (shower-tub with a curtain). The hairdryer was functioning normally (it was newer than from the 70s ;). Towels were white and clean, but "old style" too. Breakfast was quite varied, but average for my taste. Yet, it had quite a big choice - at least 4 sorts of cereals (all with sugar added), fruits, white and flavoured yoghurt, croissants, cheese, eggs, bread, cakes. I understand that dinners are very good though - unfortunately I had no chance to try one, but the hotel arranged for us cold plates full of excellent quality meat and cheese cuts. Everything local and very tasty. The hotel also has a swimming pool with the Turkish bath, sauna and whirlpool (a bit weak though). The floor is very slippery there, so be sure to bring rubber flip-flops. Finally, the staff. For all my stay everyone was very nice and helpful. Ready to answer any questions, give information, advice, smile, help. My friend got injured and the hotel staff could not be more accommodating to help us solve any issue, from the reception staff to the manager. Really, 10 points for staff and service! Hope to be back this year.…