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Grand Hotel Bagni Nuovi

Via Bagni Nuovi 7 Villa Bagni Di Bormio, 23038 Molina, Valdidentro Italy
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#2 of 2 hotels in Molina
The luxury hotel, founded in 1836, many times enlarged and restructured in the 19th century: the halls of the hotel were richly decorated with stuccos and frescos following the Art Nouveau style and the front of the hotel was festooned with decoration in Venetian style. After a period in which the hotel was closed for nearly 30 years a restoration and conservation project was made to restore the hotel to its former splendour.Settled inside Stelvio National Park, Grand Hotel Bagni Nuovi offers 74 bright and spacious rooms; almost all of the bathrooms are equipped with a Jacuzzi bath with thermal water and chromo therapy system. The Spa centre of the Hotel is easily accessible from each room and offers more than 70 different indoor and outdoor thermal facilities ( baths, pools, watrefalls, sauna, Turkish bath etc) open 12 months a year. The guests of the hotel may also visit the Spa Bagni Vecchi, situated in the park of the Resort, by foot or by hotel shuttle.The smart Salone dei Balli (ballroom) hosts an à la carte reastaurant, with typical and genuine proposals from Valtellina and mediterranean fine cuisine.Several kinds of massages and beauty treatments are available upon reservation.
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Via Bagni Nuovi 7 Villa Bagni Di Bormio, 23038 Molina, Valdidentro Italy
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Jimb067 wrote a review Sep 4
Wolverhampton, United Kingdom450 contributions135 helpful votes
Echoing previous reviews this once marvellous hotel is descending rapidly in all areas Food awful Facilities overcrowded It has gone from a must stay to a don’t stay It’s expensive and unpleasant No air conditioning Managers were called for none arrived Stay away is my verdict
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Traveled with family
Joshua Laurence wrote a review Sep 1
Birmingham, United Kingdom7 contributions4 helpful votes
This really was the most disappointing hotel experience I’ve ever had that wasn’t in a third world country! I found this awfully strange as I had visited twice before in previous years and love it. To begin with upon arrival we were shown to our rooms, which were the most basic option, these were not 5 star hotel rooms! There was nothing to hold the shower head in the bath. As we entered an appliance feel out of the wall and the member of staff apologised about the room. I shall also note to self that the sink is the perfect height for my future children when they are between 4 and 6 years old. Next came the lovely spa we had enjoyed previously… There were so many people there was no room to enjoy any of the endless different self treatments. The sad part about this was that we had found out the the type of foot wear of 95% of the people meant that they were people who were not staying at the hotel!! Me and my family just sat in the tiny pool where the wonderful mud bath used to be that they seemed to have got rid of. Then came drinks at the bar… I was served a lovely large G&T with my girlfriend and the rest of my family while we sat on the most uncomfortable sofas imaginable (you will hear more about uncomfortable seating later). There was also no table for any of the nibbles we received or our drinks. In that place the was a strange metal and glass stricture between us all that could only be described by my father as a “cat toaster” just an awful and useless item! Next came dinner in the restaurant… Just as we remembered the grand dining room was a beautiful sight and setting to behold!! Unfortunately it was filled with the same tiny desks, from our 2 star quality rooms, all in a line accompanied by tiny bamboo stools from the local vegan coffee shop, instead of the grand table and chair befitting the grand dining room! When we asked why our chairs were so uncomfortable and about replacing them they noted that they had better chairs in the other rooms, we just couldn’t have them… so we decided to get our own. At this point we had asked to see the manager twice and never saw him/ her at all Now having previously eaten in the restaurant I wasn’t expecting to be eating Michelin star food,though I liked it enough to go again for one of the two nights I was staying. Where to begin… the starter of Italian cold meats and cheeses we the same exact basic assortment given to me in the bar only 10 minutes before… the steak tartare was certainly minced beef I could get that much and it was also nicely presented, on the other hand I don’t think they have ever heard of salt/pepper/capers/onions/gherkins/parsley or any of the other ingredients I put in mine when I make it, making their dish viciously bland. I was at least excited for my primi pati that was labelled “mixed game ragu with fresh tagliolini” doesn’t that sound amazing? I might aswell have gone to frankies and bennies and asked for their bolognese but with now sauce! The beef wasn’t terrible just very chewy and not much else on the plate. We didn’t order dessert as we really couldn’t stomach anymore disappointment. The wine we had was a small saving grace as I do enjoy Italian red and I also knew I had the amazing breakfast to look forward to that I had had before to make it all feel better… Our morning breakfast… Before I’d left my (2 star) room to go and enjoy the fabulous breakfast I know this hotel puts on, I received a message from my father reading “breakfast equally as disappointing”. USUALLY there are enormous variety’s and quantities of different meats, cheeses and pastries. There were home made jams and fresh juices and on and on… this time nothing just a trap at your seat with a small selection of pastries, that in fairness were not so bad but it’s sad as I know it can be so much more! Even more upsetting was the bottomless lack of normal items. Starting with ketchup, I mean really. Most people also wish for orange juice at breakfast, they had orange juice…. For an extra €5 per serving!!!! In a 5 star hotel!! Finally when we asked a member of staff politely about all of these issues, he said in his limited English “sorry sir this is the direction”. Which I think meant that he knew that the hotel was going in the direction of all of these poor qualities… This is about all I can muster and I’m sure a lot of you were already board at this point and you already knew not to visit this place. Sadly this is now a must avoid for anyone looking to stay in Bormio and you should not consider it
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Traveled with family
Room Tip: Just don’t stay here unless you have a time machine
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Mainox wrote a review Apr 2021
Milan, Italy770 contributions109 helpful votes
If you feel like going back in time, even if you are not a hotel guest, book a table at the Grand Hotel Bagni Nuovi’s restaurant. A truly amazing rich ambience, all in 800’s Liberty style, as if you’d be going to a formal dining area of that era, with live classic piano music on site, and a huge fire place and a beautiful view, if you pick one of the few tables by the windows. The cuisine is quite ‘classic’ Italian, sticker price is up to par to the five star surroundings but not too expensive, the cantine and wine selection is quite good. If you want to impress, also a romantic place to go to, for sure.
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Date of stay: April 2021Trip type: Traveled with friends
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CharlieMotte wrote a review Sep 2020
Stuttgart, Germany50 contributions14 helpful votes
I really enjoyed staying here. The hotel is beautiful, the room nicely decorated, the bed (and pillows) is comfortable, the bathroom clean and the view was stunning! The spa was great and I really enjoyed it after a day of work. The breakfast was good and it was more than enough. But, for a 5-star hotel, I would have expected a bit more (like, there was no icing on the cake). When we arrived, there was no one to greet us at the entrance. We had to wait for a receptionist. She was really nice, friendly and helpful but we had to wait for her. There are free sweets and a coffee machine in the entrance which is enjoyable but I would expect someone to offer it to me. It is nothing I need everyday but, in a 5-star, I expect the best. What is above 5 stars? I have an additional remark: I paid 260€ for my room and my colleague 198€. We asked why there was such a difference. The answer was that I had a classic room for a single person and that my colleague had a single room. But, he had an extra dressing room and a bath tub and a shower in the bathroom. Whereas I had just a shower and no dressing room, just a small closet. So I still think, there was a mistake (also, when we arrived the day before, the other receptionist told my colleague he had been upgraded...). As, in the end, it is paid by my employer, I don’t care about the money but I expect more from a 5-star hotel. Still I would recommend it but small improvements would be highly appreciated.
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Traveled on business
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Gregory R wrote a review Jul 2019
New York City, New York8 contributions9 helpful votes
This place is simply past it's prime. I imagine a long time ago, this may have been the place to go. The staff really ruined an otherwise mediocre stay. Rude, inconsiderate and simply unprofessional staff holding on to yesteryear. The food was actually terrible. Coming from NYC, the group of us universally agreed this was some of the worst food we've ever been served. Search elsewhere.
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Date of stay: July 2019
ItalyLombardyProvince of SondrioValdidentroMolina
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Frequently Asked Questions about Grand Hotel Bagni Nuovi
Which popular attractions are close to Grand Hotel Bagni Nuovi?
Nearby attractions include Stelvio Pass (1.1 miles), Forte Venini di Oga - Valdisotto (1.6 miles), and Laghi di Cancano (2.9 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Grand Hotel Bagni Nuovi?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an indoor pool, free wifi, and free breakfast.
Which room amenities are available at Grand Hotel Bagni Nuovi?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at Grand Hotel Bagni Nuovi?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Grand Hotel Bagni Nuovi?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Grand Hotel Bagni Nuovi?
Conveniently located restaurants include Baita de l'All, Eredi Romani S.N.C. Di Martinelli Francesco & C., and Ristorante Hotel Genzianella.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Grand Hotel Bagni Nuovi?
Yes, guests have access to an indoor pool, a fitness center, and a sauna during their stay.
Is Grand Hotel Bagni Nuovi located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.3 miles away from the center of Molina.
Are any cleaning services offered at Grand Hotel Bagni Nuovi?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Are pets allowed at Grand Hotel Bagni Nuovi?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Does Grand Hotel Bagni Nuovi offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers a business center, meeting rooms, and a banquet room.