Hotel Settecento4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
The hotel itself is quite pleasant with tasteful décor and a work of art. We stayed mid-June for a few days. Paid for a double room and got a twin. On the first night, we were asked to book for the restaurant. However, there were only three tables of two (ours included) and a table of one while we were there and the service was hopelessly and painfully slow. My starter, "ravioli, mela and foi gras" was very cold and the pasta dry (not sure where the foi gras was). It looked like a left over from a previous session and not warmed up properly. Ravioli were stuck together and gathered at one side of the plate. Not a very pretty site. The quarter fillet of sea bass that followed was hot and OK. Needles to say that after this 'dinner' we drove to another restaurant in town for some decent Italian food! Breakfast was included, a good selection of food, but croissants were stale.
I don't think we could have afforded this hotel while booking a three-month tour - our one and only - but it came up with a special offer, and so we were able to enjoy staying in the lap of luxury for two nights. Very beautiful; the ivory and malachite-tiled bathroom was worthy of a poem, and the truly spacious bedroom had a curtained sitting area with full sized TV, large refrigerator, and ample cupboards. We enjoyed having drinks brought to us on the terrace, and also walking through the many varied rooms - each with a different decor. Modern sculptures and paintings were successfully blended with antique furniture in many of the dining rooms; an elegant small indoor bar, where you could 'dive' down steps through a cave entrance to find the gym and indoor swimming pool (there was a smaller one outside in the grounds. This place was heaven; we did not explore far, but made use of the facilities for a welcome rest. I would LOVE to go back.
This old nuns cloister has been transformed into a design hotel. Superb combination of 17th century building elements with 21st century design. Very friendly staff. Air conditioning, well suffed breakfast with plenty of choice, also for non-Italiens. Very clean rooms. Free Wifi, free parking. Inside and outside pool. Very good restaurant.
The hotel is amazing, it is a complete work of art, it has an amazing charm. Every room has works of art, both paintings & sculptures, even the garden has some stunning sculptures. The building has been renovated with great taste, preserving a lot of original detail, like wells etc. The food in the restaurant is really great giving the impression of a Michelin star restaurant, we had great food with excellent wine with great service. The staff at the hotel where really very friendly & helpfull
It's a quiet place, out of city. Need a car. The staff very available and very kind. The hotel is decorated with art objects and is nice to stay. Everything it's very clean. The breakfast it's good quality and big variety. I will go again
Four points for this hotel 1. The building is really beautiful and have a sense of art 2. The workers and the service are ready any time to help you 3. The surrounding area and the distance or the city is very convient 4. The rooms are not so big but are quiet and with good beds and facilities
I really like atmosphere of this place, people who works there, quality of food and drinks (i would suggest to try mini burgers once al least), swimming pool (indoor haven't tried but outdoor is clean and never too crowded). This place is one of my and my family's favorite one!
Great hotel. Both me and my daughter aged 7 enjoyed the facilities, outside pool, breakfast service and pool bar. Staff very attentive, special mention to Alesandra on reception who provided us with the warmest welcome and gave us heaps of information on where to go for restaurants and train times (station approx 12 minute walk , you have to get the train tickets in the bar opposite or in the newspaper stand next door and remember to validate your tickets in the little yellow box in the waiting room ). Trains go to lake como ( Lecco and then a beautiful boat trip to Mandello, where you can easily swim on the clear waters of the lake ) Bergamo and Milan. We also visited twice the citta Alta of Bergamo which was stunning. Everything is easily reachable without a car and really worth the visits. We loved the citta alta and the shops. There is a super market and restaurants nearby. The hotel restaurant was closed for holidays but the pool bar was good for snacks ice creams and drinks, Mathew the Waiter (****)! Really knows how to look after his guests and did a great job. All staff speak good english. So big thank you. I hope we return one day.
We were staying in this hotel for 4 nights with our 6 years old child. Landed at Bergamo airport and take a cab to Settecento (35eur). Check in was really quick and our room ( room for 3 persons) was very nice and clean, also I would say is had much space. It was well equipped and really comfortable. Hotel in general was very modern, it had a lot of art in it, and it was just nice to walk among the house and watch the artworks. Our 6 years enjoyed the most off course the pools – outside and also inside. Very quiet and I think I have never been in so quiet hotel before Breakfast was with good selection and really fresh, we really enjoyed it. Restaurant was a bit too expensive for us just to eat every night there so in evenings we went to pasta and pizza restaurant Black Horse ( ca 600m form hotel). It was really good place with reasonable prices ( pizza ca 7eur, salads edc 8eur, gelato 2,5eur) In generally I would say that our family really enjoined staying in this hotel thanks to the quietness and very helpful staff. Definitely would go there again.
Very quaint hotel close to Bergamo. We stayed for one week, due to a formidable price, and in driving proximity of many of the sights we wanted to go to. Hotel reception and rooms are very nice and tidy, clean. Staff is very nice and helpfull. However, I wonder how a restaurant can close for vacation, while guests can still stay at the hotel. Also, there is an indoor swimming pool, but it is closed during the summer. One wonders, why they don't offer the oppertunity to use the indoor pool. I for one, can not stand staying outside for 6-7 hours. However, the combination of poolside niceness and the possibility to go to Milan in the afternoon is very nice. Nice drives: Bergamo, Milan, Como, Bellagio. All within 1 hour by car.
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
- Outdoor pool and indoor pool
Located within 2 miles (3 km) of Oratory of Our Lady of Ghiaie, Hotel Settecento places you within a few miles (5 km) of Parco Faunistico Le Cornelle. This 52-room, 4-star hotel has a restaurant along with conveniences like an outdoor pool and an indoor pool. It's near the airport and also close to Papa Giovanni XXIII Hospital.
Enjoy a bite to eat at the hotel's restaurant, or relax with a drink at the bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the privacy of your room with room service, or get a pick-me-up at the coffee shop/café. Start each morning with breakfast, available for a fee.
All 52 soundproofed rooms feature minibars, free newspapers, and laptop-compatible safes. 19-inch LCD TVs come with digital channels and pay movies, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Memory foam beds grant a restful night's sleep, and bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Desks are also included.
Hotel Settecento features an indoor pool, an outdoor pool, and a children's pool. You can take advantage of free parking, along with an airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for EUR 33 per person one way. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include a spa tub, an outdoor tennis court, and free WiFi in public areas.
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89% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 370 reviews