How to reach us

How to reach Hotel San Lorenzo in the centre of Bormio.

A short guide on how to get to our hotel by car, train, plane and taxi.

Please contact us for any further information you may require.
Our hotel is in Via San Lorenzo, 2 in Bormio
Call us on +39 0342 904604 or send us an email to

By car:

  • from Milan on the main road Statale 36 (Milan – Lecco – Colico), continuing on to Bormio on the S.S. 38
  • from Valle Camonica over the Aprica Pass
  • from Switzerland, Alto Adige, Austria or Germany passing through Livigno towards Tirano
  • from the Gavia Pass (ONLY IN SUMMERTIME)
  • from Alto Adige over the Stelvio Pass (ONLY IN SUMMERTIME)

By public transport:

  • by train from Milan, on the Milan – Lecco – Colico – Tirano line, proceeding by bus to Bormio
  • from Switzerland on the Little Red Bernina Train from the terminus in Tirano


Elma Viaggi

The Hotel San Lorenzo works with ElmaViaggi: organise your transfer to our hotel, and let them know you will be staying with us.

Why choose Hotel San Lorenzo for your holiday in Bormio.

  • Quality and attention to detail
  • Private car park and garage
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Rich buffet or a la carte breakfast
  • Best price guaranteed
  • So many exclusive offers that you can only find here!
  • Full board or half board available
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scopri Loved San Lorenzo!

Super cozy hotel! I went with my boyfriend, while cruising Italy by motorcycle. The staff is very friendly. Perfect location near restaurants and stores. Spacious rooms. Confortable beds. Our room had a small balcony with a stunning view of the mountains. Bormio is beautiful and this hotel is a gem!

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