Location. The Hotel Quarto Piravano is located in Passo Stelvio, Italy, 20 kilometres from Bormio, 50 kilometres from Livigno, and 70 kilometres from St. Moritz.
Hotel Features. Set in the mountains and overlooking glaciers, the hotel is housed in a wooden, triangular shaped chalet. Spa services including a steam room and sauna are offered, and there is an indoor pool. Further amenities include supervised childrens activities, ski storage, and complimentary parking.
Hotel Quarto Pirovanos restaurant serves local specialities and offers a salad buffet. An extensive wine list is also available. The hotel also has a terrace, where barbecue dishes are served, and a wine bar with live music in the evenings. Guests receive complimentary breakfasts daily. The full board rate includes breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
The hotel offers conference and meeting rooms, and complimentary Internet connections are available in public areas.
The nearest ski lifts are located 50 metres from the hotel and form part of the Pirovano resort, in the Passo Stelvio ski domain. This resort features ski lessons for beginners.
Guestrooms. The 110 guestrooms are decorated simply, and most have mountain and glacier views. Amenities include direct dial phones, satellite television, and hair dryers. The hotel offers a full board rate.
160 - 241 EUR
Number Of Rooms: 1
Number Of Floors: 1
Albergo Quarto Pirovano
Località Passo dello Stelvio
Bormio, Italy 23032
From Bergamo Orio al Serio Airport (BGY):
Distance to Hotel Quarto Pirovano is 200 kilometres, approximately 3 hours and 30 minutes drive.
Getting there. Buses from the airport to Bergamos centre and train station cost €1.60 for a one way ticket, while shuttles to Milan cost approximately €8 for a single ticket. There is also a shuttle bus to the Dolomites and South Tirol, at 29 EUR for a round trip. Taxis are readily available at the airport, and the price for the 45 minute journey to Milan is about 60 EUR. Prices are all subject to change.
Getting around. Bergamo can be explored easily on foot, but the tram is recommended for scaling the steep hill to the upper city. The city also has a bus network.