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Stayed here for a special 40th celebration. On arrival, no one greeted us at reception and it could only be described as a cattle market. This exclusive paradise was a commercial trap. Those few staying in the hotel get access to the baths from 8am-10...More
One of the most beautiful hotels i have ever visited in the world. The views were idyllic, the rooms were beautiful and the baths were charming.
The Bagni Vecchio had a range of baths from a panoramic pool to steamy Roman baths. Unfortunately on Saturday...More
I spent one night in this lovely place and I have to say that it went straight up to the top of my list of favourite destinations.
The view from the spa is breathtaking. The spa itself is amazing especially when it is open for...More
We stayed here four nights in June and enjoyed every aspect of our stay. Authentic thermal baths and view were the reasons we came here in the first place, yet Bagni Vecchi offers much more. It's a small boutique hotel with old charm and modern...More
Having visited some beautiful places in the world, we spend a week here and can only say that our stay has been outstanding. We would like to express our sincerest gratitude and appreciation for the exceptional level of service, care and comfort we were met...More
Nearest international airport to Bormio is MXP so my answer applies not just to travelers arriving from the UK. You can take a train from Milan to Ttirano (around 2.5 hours from Milan central, longer from MXP) and... More
Nearest international airport to Bormio is MXP so my answer applies not just to travelers arriving from the UK. You can take a train from Milan to Ttirano (around 2.5 hours from Milan central, longer from MXP) and change there to either a bus (45-60 min) or taxi (33 min). We did just that last June. Bit long but I think Bagni Vecchi worth the trouble. Another option, longer but rewarding is flying to ZRH and taking the Bernina Express from Switzerland arriving again at Tirano.