The property is set amid an archaeological site, and the modern architectural elements succeed in both complementing the site’s history while leveraging sleek lines on rustic foundations.
Relais San Lorenzo offers 30 spacious rooms across several room categories, from Superior to the San Lorenzo Suite. Each room is furnished with sophisticated simplicity, with fine Italian craftsmanship evident throughout; from the precious wood essences to the armchairs and leather sofas, to the lamps and basins. The ensuite shower feature with large shower heads for an incredibly intense rain effect and the pleasure of chromotherapy. Some ensuite rooms also have a whirlpool Jacuzzi. In-room amenities include Molton Brown aesthetic products, satin bed linens are made by Rivolta Carmignani, and handmade carpets.
The wellness area at Relais San Lorenzo is set to provide a unique experience, and satisfies the guests’s need for respite and rejuvenation. The complete experience includes a new J-500 Jacuzzi with a panoramic terrace fit for 6-7 people, Finnish sauna, Turkish hammam (steam bath), salt room, hot & cold rain showers. Treatments for singles and couples may be booked directly at the hotel spa.
The gourmet restaurant led by Antonio Cuomo is set within a Roman and medieval archeological site where guests enjoy fine Italian cuisine made using locally sourced ingredients, while history rest before you at your feet. For a more casual setting, the terrace and lounge bar serve refreshments, snacks and light lunches. The foundations of the wine cellar on premises dates back more than two thousand years, and houses more than 250 labels, enough to pair with the authentic flavours from Bergamo and the surrounding region.
The hotel is a recognised 'Tesla Destination Charging Partner' and eco-friendly travellers will appreciate three charging points for electric cars, available exclusively to hotel guests and visitors at the restaurant. And if you'd like to discover the region, you'll be happy to know that the hotel is just a short walk from the 16th century iconic defense Venetian Walls, one of the city's key landmarks and recently inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritaeg site.