The hotel was built around 1910, and was originally called “Hotel de la Gare”. It was built by my great-grandfather, Mr. Guzzi Lorenzo (1847-1927).
After his death, it passed into my grandfather's hands, Mr.
Guzzi Arturo (1885-1946).
.It was sold on December 21, 1946 to Sassigrossi SA for seventy thousand Swiss Francs and the hotel’s name was changed to “Albergo Monteforno”.
During the 1950s, it was expanded with a new extension that was used
as a cinematographic hall called “Cinema Fax”. After the advent of television, the hall was restored and dedicated to parties and fabulous carnival balls.
A further renovation of the hall took place during the 1990s, when it was transformed into a disco and multi-purpose room.
On December 19, 1997, it was again in the hands of the Guzzi family when it was purchased by my father, Mr. Guzzi Alberto (1919-2008), and it reverted to its original name, but this time in Italian: “Albergo Stazione”.
Find more Albergo Stazione’s old photos in our photo gallery.
The restaurant, with air-conditioned dining room, is at the guests' disposal.
The hotel has 30 rooms (single and double) with bathtub or shower, WC, TV, and internet connection. (Wi-Fi)
We have a large multi-purpose room suitable for banquets, parties, conventions, meetings, concerts, celebrations, business dinners and events that require a large space reserved for about 200 people.