Piazza Vecchia Hotel allows you to go deep inside the medieval center of Bergamo city. Bergamo was founded in VI century b.C and it is the result of a very ancient history that characterizes the landscapes and the glimpses of the city, among the old walls and the buildings dating back to the Middle Age. You can find the ancient origins in the upper town, the original core and current exclusive old town center, made up of ancient, evocative and well-preserved buildings and estates. The hotel has thirteen stylish bedrooms located on three floors, that stand out tactfully for their timeless beauty in the old town center. Each corner of this place has its charme and atmosphere thanks to old fashioned furniture, ceilings with beams in view dating back to 1300 year, parquet floor, textiles and furnishings. For breakfast you can select a variety of croissant, handmade cakes, 0 km products like cheese coming from a local agritourism. More than owners’ kindness, what makes unique this hotel is the strategic position that allows customers to lodge in a comfortable place with elegant and refined flavour. Piazza Vecchia Hotel is an excellent starting point for visiting Bergamo town. Just a walk away from this hotel you can find some galleries, museums, events and historical monuments for unforgettable stay.
A great welcome to the refined Piazza Vecchia Hotel among our Treasures of Italy 2019.
Piazza Vecchia Hotel has been made out of an ancient estate dating back to XIV century. It was the estate of Bartolomeo Colleoni, a famous leader during the period of the Republic of Venice.
The restyling was made in 2006 by Architect Edoardo Milesi, one of the most famous expert of bio-architecture and Italian sustainable architecture. In this ancient estate just a walk away from the square, Piazza Vecchia, you can find a very special welcome: Vismara family, in hotel business for 40 years, wait for you sharing the joy of life in Bergamo. Some copies of great masterpieces by Van Gogh and Gauguin and some paintings by the owner Tiziana De Franceschi enrich the hall and the rooms.
Translated by Floriana Maci