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DIRECT BOOKING BENEFITS

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We pay the tourist tax for you!
The tourist tax of € 1.60, which applies to all persons over 14 years, is easily taken over by the Parkhotel Laurin.

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Call worldwide for free. No matter how many times, how long or where you are calling. All telephone costs are covered by the Parkhotel Laurin.

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We take art nouveau literally

The Restaurant Laurin in Bolzano goes fifty-fifty

The Restaurant Laurin belongs to the hotel, but is popular with townspeople too. The interior is original art nouveau, but chef Manuel Astuto is still in his thirties. So don’t be surprised to find Mediterranean flair and Alpine fare side-by-side on your plate – or the trees from the Laurin Park hanging on the walls. At your table, we’re always at your service one hundred percent.

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Open today:

12 am – 2.30 pm ⁄ 7 pm – 10 pm

A bag for your bottle

Why not finish it off later?
We are so proud of our wine menu, we’d hate you to waste a single drop. Whatever you make of Baudelaire’s poem, this bag will see your wine gets home safely so you can enjoy it at your leisure.

Which tree would you like to sit under?

Mother Nature wears pastels at the Laurin Restaurant
The thirteen tree paintings were created specially for the salon of Restaurant Laurin by Rome-based artist Marilù Eustachio. On closer inspection, the seemingly abstract pictures are real trees from the Laurin Park, painted from memory by Marilú.

A special menu for your special event

Our chefs are always perfectly prepared
Choosing the right location for your business or private function can make all the difference between so-so and spectacular. However large or small your event, just tell us which room you’re in at the Laurin and we’ll cook anything you ask for.
 

Every year in May

In summer, the Park Restaurant hoists its sails

As soon as the weather permits, we hoist the large sun sails and move the restaurant outdoors. In the Park, we serve delicate dishes that often smell of the sea; you can tell chef Manuel Astuto is half Sicilian, half South Tyrolean. The air is cooler under centuries-old trees than in the narrow city streets. And who knows? Perhaps the rose that scales the mighty cedar tree (higher than anywhere else in the Alps) will be in bloom.

Open from June to September

 

In search of perfection

What chef Manuel Astuto leaves on his plate

Manuel Astuto is a restless man, possibly because he moves between two worlds. His father is Sicilian, his mother from South Tyrol. In 2010, at the age of 26, he became head chef at the Laurin after cooking for Ferrari in Formula 1. Manuel describes himself as ‘unbearable’ until the moment he lights the gas and starts to cook. Instantly, he slows down … and it takes four hours for the tomato sauce to reach perfection. Today, he compares it to an opera. But when he began watching cooking shows on TV, he was too young to know what an opera was.
 

Hollywood orders risotto from Manuel

Fair Cooking is the foremost principle at the Laurin

In 2015, a German guest from Hollywood was so taken by Manuel’s truffle risotto that he asked Manuel to cook it at his daughter’s wedding in Milwaukee, USA. Since then, Manuel has become the go-to risotto chef for the stars. He was invited to the Locanda Portofino in Santa Monica, and has visited Berlin on several occasions. Risotto is on the menu every day at the Laurin – sometimes with truffles, sometimes with mountain pine or as a carbonara. It fits well on a menu that is known for the way it combines Alpine aromas with Mediterranean finesse. “We cook for guests with and without allergies, sensitivities and preferences so everyone can eat from the same menu,“ says the chef. Fair Cooking reflects this philosophy. Manuel Astuto likes to buy his ingredients from fair trade suppliers. Or at the farmers’ market around the corner, when he’s not cooking risotto elsewhere on the planet.
"Great location just by the train station. Beautiful lounge and lift (with seats!) with a wonderful garden and small pool. Lovely rooms with wonderful art. Good buffet breakfast with range of options. Recommended."
London, UK

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Opening hours

Breakfast
7 am – 10.30 am
Restaurant
12 am– 2 pm ⁄ 7 pm – 10.30 pm
Sunday: 7 pm – 10.30 pm
Park Restaurant
12 am – 2 pm / 7 pm – 10.30 pm
Sundays: 7 pm – 10.30 pm
Reception
Open 24 / 7. Check in from 3 pm, check out by 12 pm

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