Our hotel in Promontogno
The "belle epoche" sends its regards. The late classicist complex with tower and angled side wings was built by Giovanni Sottovia in 1876/77. The comfort is also in keeping with the period. The rooms are not heated and only some of them have been equipped with shower carpets. The toilet and bathroom are in the corridor.
The Hotel Bregaglia and the Pizzo Badile
The hotel shines in the bright midday sun. Here we are coming back from singing in St Martin's Church in Bondo.
The classicist fašade
The core of the hotel is this octagonal atrium with a glass roof.
In the atrium is this beautiful call system -
unfortunately out of service.
The stairs keep you fit.
The dining room can be heated.
This small room can be set for up to 22 people
The piece of furniture in this room is a radio!
What else belongs to the hotel? The chandelier in the foyer
and the ducks. They were part of it for years. What a pity they no longer exist!
The Hotel Bregaglia in September 2009.
... and a few more pictures from August 2016
In August 2017, the debris and mud avalanche from the Pizzo Cengalo landslide came so close to the hotel that over 200 guests cancelled their bookings at the hotel. "People are afraid to arrive," says hotel owner Adriano Previtali, who decided without further ado to close the hotel immediately for 2017.