As any cyclist knows, Italy is a stunning place to ride. Now we’ve pulled together our suggestions for some of the best Italy bike hotels that we’ve come across during our travels in the country.
They’re a mix of the hotels we’ve most enjoyed staying in or most wanted to stay in.
Hopefully, our pick of the best bike hotels Italy has to offer makes planning your own Italian cycling holiday a little bit easier!
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Italy bike hotels: Comparison table
|Garda Bike Hotel||Lake Garda (Lombardy)||£££||Click here|
|Il Perlo Panorama||Lake Como (Lombardy||££||Click here|
|Hotel Funivia||Bormio (Stelvio region)||££||Click here|
|Hotel La Perla||Corvara (Dolomites)||£££||Click here|
|Hotel Gran Fanes||Corvara (Dolomites||££||Click here|
|Belvedere Hotel||Riccione (Emilia-Romagna)||£££||Click here|
|Hotel Dory||Riccione (Emilia-Romagna)||££||Click here|
|Massa Vecchia||Near Grosseto (Tuscany)||££||Click here|
|Villa Giuliana||Lecce (Puglia)||££||Click here|
|Hotel Punta Nord Est||Near Palermo (Sicily)||£||Click here|
10 best Italy bike hotels
Bike hotels in Lake Como/Garda, Italian Lakes (Lombardy)
There are two very famous cycling hotels in the Italian Lakes, the Lake Garda Bike Hotel on Lake Garda and Il Perlo Panorama on Lake Como. More details below.
Lake Garda Bike Hotel
The Lake Garda Bike Hotel is the specialist name of the Enjoy Garda Hotel, a four-star resort that truly is one of the best cycling hotels Italy can offer to enthusiasts. It’s not the largest – with just 43 rooms and two suites – but rooms are beautifully appointed to help you relax.
The cycling amenities are extensive – a choice of daily rides for different difficulty levels, bike storage with workshop and mechanics, bike rental, transfers to other cycling destinations, ride support and dining options that work around rides, with packed lunches also available. No wonder the hotel is an annual base for world champion Peter Sagan and his Bora Hansgrohe team, and is one of the most popular for cycling holidays in Italy in general.
Il Perlo Panorama
Hotel Il Perlo Panorama is so named because it offers panoramic views of Lake Como. And they are simply stunning. It’s a two-star hotel though it’s very well appointed with modern, light rooms that often have their own lake view too.
Secure bike storage is available, or you can rent a bike instead. There’s a full service bike shop on the ground floor. The hotel has a cycling manager, Carlo, along with other professionals who offer guided cycling tours around the lake, or can advise you on the best routes for you to explore on your own.
Bike hotels in the Bormio/Stelvio region (Lombardy)
The best known Bormio cycling hotel is the Hotel Funivia.
Hotel Funivia, Bormio
Hotel Funivia is a picturesque three-star hotel a short distance from Bormio city centre and very close to the cable lift. Rooms are decorated in a cabin style with simple furnishings and wooden walls, giving you a calming place to relax after a day’s cycling.
And it’s another hotel that is a great choice for Italy cycling holidays, with guided tours, monitored bike storage, a bike wash and maintenance corner, overnight laundry services, and food options including packed lunches and a snack served late afternoon upon your return. There’s also an excellent wellness centre with a pool where you can unwind.
Read our in-depth guide to cycling the Stelvio region from Bormio. It includes some other ideas for cycling hotels in and around Bormio, including several four and five star options if you’re after something a little more luxurious than Hotel Funivia.
Bike hotels in the Dolomites/Alta Badia (Trentino)
Here’s our pick of the best bike hotels in the Dolomites.
Hotel La Perla, Corvara
Hotel La Perla is an absolutely stunning five-star hotel in Corvara, close to the Dolomiti Superski resort. Make use of the multiple dining venues, including one with a Michelin star, and a luxury wellness centre when you want to relax.
While the hotel is often associated with skiers, it also offers some great cycling amenities, including the Pinarello Lounge – a room lined with vintage bikes that you can rent. Guided tours are available in partnership with inGamba, while outdoor bike racks are available, or you can use the indoor garage at an extra cost.
Hotel Gran Fanes, Corvara
Hotel Gran Fanes is a charming and cosy three-star hotel set in Corvara, offering a great base for exploring the Dolomites. Rooms are simple but tasteful and there is some great dining and wellness spa options during your stay.
The hotel is very welcoming to cyclists, with a secure bike storage facility, or you can keep them in your room if you prefer. There are some simple maintenance tools, and a free laundry service too. Bike rental isn’t available at the hotel but there are several rental centres nearby.
Read our pick of the best Dolomites bike hotels and our in-depth guide to cycling the Dolomites.
Bike hotels in Riccione/Adriatic Coast (Emilia Romagna)
Riccione was one of the first places in the world to realise that cyclists want somewhere cycling focused to stay. As such there are some truly excellent Riccione bike hotels – as they’ve been honing their offering for the last 20 years or more! There are tons of excellent Riccione bike hotels, but the Belvedere hotel in Riccione is definitely one of the most popular. We’ve also stayed at Hotel Dory in Riccione which was excellent.
Belvedere hotel, Riccione
The Belvedere is a fantastic four-star cycling hotel. It’s really modern throughout, with some stunning bedrooms and facilities including a luxury spa, and it’s just 50 metres from the beach.
At the Belvedere Hotel Italy, cycling amenities include up to five daily guided tours (split by difficulty), secure bike storage, a small workshop (with help from a technician if you’re using a rental), free overnight laundry, a bike cleaning area and menus tailored to cyclists including high-energy breakfasts and packed lunches.
Hotel Dory, Riccione
Hotel Dory is a modern four-star bike hotel that has comfortable, contemporary rooms and mini flats, if you’d prefer to have your own kitchenette. It’s home to the largest Scott bike rental centre in Italy, with an in-house mechanic on-hand to help.
There’s also a bike storage room with a wash-down area, and a laundry service. You can request special meals including packed lunches, while there are plenty of route options available including guided tours. The hotel also has three minibuses available for emergency pickups.
Bike hotels in Tuscany
When planning your cycling holiday in Italy, Tuscany may lack some of the famous climbs, but the breathtaking countryside (and the incredible food) more than make up for it. It’s no wonder that the region is home to many famous cyclists – it’s a region just crying out to be explored on bike.
Massa Vecchia, nr Grosseto
Massa Vecchia is a friendly two-star hotel situated right in the heart of the Tuscany countryside. It’s a biking and leisure resort that’s aimed at all kinds of biking – unlike other road bike hotels, it also has a skills park and a pump track. It’s not a fancy hotel, but a comfortable base for exploration.
Specifically for road cycling, you can take a guided tour with one of three licensed professionals to explore the stunning surroundings, while there’s secure storage and a workshop with a mechanic available every morning. Rental is available too including the option for half-day rental, though priority is given to people renting for the whole day.
Bike hotels in Puglia
Puglia is a beautifully diverse region. Head to the coast and see dramatic cliffs around the cities of Lecce and Gallipoli, or turn inland to explore the rolling hills and vineyards. If you’re planning on cycling Italy, this region is wonderfully authentic.
Villa Giuliana, Lecce
Villa Giuliana is a picturesque three-star B&B in Arnesano, a short drive from Lecce. It’s a very relaxed bike friendly guest house with friendly owners who are attentive and can help with any issue or question you might have. They’re also passionate cyclists and can recommend many great rides around the area.
It’s a great base for exploring both the scenic Puglia coastline and the beautiful hills and vineyards of the countryside, with bike rental available. Packed lunches can be provided too, and at the end of the day you can relax and recover on the terrace by the pool.
Bike hotels in Sicily
For a cycling holiday, Italy is known for impressive climbs and stunning views. Sicily is the perfect embodiment – whether you take on the challenge of Mount Etna, which is often featured in the Giro d’Italia, or you just soak up the scenic coastline and countryside, it’s a great place to explore on a bike holiday.
Hotel Punta Nord Est, nr Palermo
Hotel Punta Nord-Est is a friendly and pleasant three-star hotel overlooking the sea. It’s family-friendly and offers many simple but clean facilities including a well-kept outdoor pool, multiple bars and a continental breakfast buffet. It’s a classic three-star resort hotel aimed more at families, but it does still have some good cycling amenities.
It has its own CCTV-protected garage for bike storage, or you can rent a bike from the hotel. There’s a small workshop and washing area, while laundry services are available nearby. Transfer services and sports massages can also be arranged.
Read our article on cycling Mount Etna and Sicily.
A final word…
I hope this has helped you find your perfect choice of Italy bike hotel.
Check out our cycling in Italy hub page for all our guides to cycling Italy. Some of our most popular articles are our pick of the best Italian cycling destinations, our guide to cycling the Dolomites and the best cycling hotels in the Dolomites. Plus our guide to cycling the Stelvio region!
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