Bergamo Hotel: large spaces at the Executive Hotel, San Paolo d’Argon
Nov26

Bergamo Hotel: large spaces at the Executive Hotel, San Paolo d’Argon

The modern structure of the Executive Hotel is of great impact: height and mirror glass are the main features that make it recognizable. Even if it is set in a neighbouring place to Bergamo City, it is few minutes far both from Orio al Serio Airport and the city center, both easy reachable beacuse the hotel is close to the A4 motorway. The Executive hotel has 38 rooms, all thinly furnished, with double bed or separated ones. Suites, double room with double bed or queen size bed are equipped with TV LCD, Wi-fi with fee, air conditioning and elegant private bathroom with courtesy kit. Moreover smoking rooms and rooms for disables are available, as well as equipment to host even small children. A rich buffet breakfast is served every morning, whereas for lunch and dinner there are two adjacent restaurants: La Faraona Restaurant and Abbazia Pizzeria-Restaurant. 24H bar service. For those who come by car and by touristic coach, there is a wide parking. It also possible to book the shuttle service from and to the airport, besides to the agreed restaurants and the LaRouge SPA. Margherita room and Lorenzo room are available for meetings and business conventions. They can host 120 people and can be eqipped as required, also with technological supports and catering. Free Wi-fi into the lobby and the app SmarTrippin is distributed that is a mobile guide for smartphone and tablet which helps to discover Bergamo. Thanks to wide spaces, comfortable settings and staff’s willingness, this hotel is particularly suitable for tourist and business groups, for a very pleasant journey. For deatiled information, photogallery and reservation you can refer to the web site Executive Hotel. Bergamo Hotel: few minutes far from the city, the Executive Hotel offers its wide spaces inorder to best host its guests. Hotel Executive via Nazionale, 67 San Paolo d’Argon (Bergamo) Tel. +39 035 959696...

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