The Hotel "Antico Borgo La Muratella" is a sixteen century residence of Conti Medolago, located within an ancient medieval village, just 10 kilometers from Bergamo and only 8 kilometers from the International Airport Milano-Orio Al Serio.
In the centre of the village, the Conti Medolago rose the former construction of a beautiful farm-house residence. In recent times has been revived, respectful of its origins, to be converted into an enchanted 4 star Hotel and Restaurant. It has become a centre of encounters, offering a comfortable stay and fine food.
During the renovation, special care has been given to the preservation of the characteristics and historical aspects, combining them to the most modern technological comforts.
The combination of history and modern technologies makes the "Antico Borgo La Muratella" an exclusive Hotel and a precious historical heritage.
“Antico Borgo La Muratella” is a dynamic and modern business hotel, thanks to its congress rooms with free wi-fi, but at the same time tied to traditions and family spirit.
B&B is a Begnini Group company specialized in catering and hotel facilities and is able to offer, through its highly qualified staff, all types of services such as ceremonies, business meetings, catering, gala dinners, cocktail parties, buffets.
A wellness centre is available but only on request with a reservation being made some days before the arrival. It is closed during the month of August.
There is also a small gym equipped with tapis roulant and cyclettes.
We have a restaurant in the house that serves great food. The restaurant is open only for dinner from Tuesdays to Saturdays, and only for lunch on Sunday, while on Monday it is closed. Menus for special diets are available on request.
Our property holds all the characteristics of a modern B&B with a warm, friendly spirit and wide choice of rooms available to our guests. Our building’s great prestige, charm and history is emulated by our distinguished and accurate service, including the provision of kitchen facilities on the premises that will ensure the absolute freshness of each meal.
The Hotel originally had 32 rooms, with 21 located in the main building of the old farm-house residence and 11 in the old horse's stable which is now called "Scuderie" and is located at a separate branch of the old residence. At the end of 2006 the building behind the main one was redecorated, obtaining in the process 36 more rooms to increase our total available to 68.
Combined with the old epoch's furniture, the rooms are fitted with all the most modern comforts such as an electric lock, satellite (Sky) TV, free Wi-Fi, mini-bar, digital safe, air conditioning, bathroom with shower or bath, hairdryer and a courtesy set.
La Muratella Antico Borgo Hotel is just outside the motorway A4 and 8 kilometers from Milan-Orio Al Serio Airport. The best way to arrive is by car:
Take the Milano – Venezia A4 motorway to the Bergamo exit; follow the directions to Treviglio and then to Cologno al Serio; the hotel is located just outside of town. Once you pass Cologno al Serio village, you will be driving on Strada Francesca (SP122), the Hotel will be indicated (as well as the locality) on your left hand side, as Localita' La Muratella, just before crossing the small river "Fiume Serio".
By plane : the local airport is Milan/Bergamo - Orio Al Serio International Airport. A taxi transfer should be around 15-20 Euros.
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
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