Our Facility


IThe B&B La Torre is located in Crema’s historical centre, at Palazzo Franceschini, next to the Santa Maria delle Grazie shrine and the gardens of Campo di Marte.

Our facility is the result of accurate restoration works on an ancient monastery from the second half of the 17th century, which original architectural structure, inner courtyard and fountain still last.

In 1797, after the abolition of religious orders and the confiscation of all the Church properties by Napoleon, this building was no longer considered a convent. The bronze bells were taken away and the building was converted into a private dwelling.

Currently, the rooms are still made of the same material of that age, with the same decorations, mixed with modern features.

Although the building is in the city centre, the facility is quiet and provides the guests with stylish and bright rooms, with all kind of amenities:

  • Trench heating and cooling, soundproofing and thermal insulation for the maximum comfort.
  • Flooring with natural material such as oak planks, marble bathrooms with Venetian plaster.
  • Wifi.


Public Living Area

The interior of the B&B La Torre in Crema.

From the entrance-reception with a Giovanni Segantini’s fresco – Ave Maria a trasbordo – you can access, also via elevator, a wide public living area where you can read, chat and have breakfast, which is always rich, and find a bit of relaxation in a fantastic ambience created by Giovanni Segantini’s frescoes Il ritorno dal bosco and Tre cime di Lavaredo .

You can also get on the top of the tower where it is possible to admire a wonderful view: the landscape of Crema with its Cathedral, its numerous churches and buildings which date back to the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.

The B&B La Torre is equipped with three reception areas, three rooms each with bathroom:

  • Primula rossa: double room and bathroom in 20th-century-art-deco style, in walnut root.
  • Stella alpina: double room and bathroom in fir painted in a modern Tyrolean style.
  • Genziana: a four-bed suite with gallery in Lombardy style from Mid-19th century in decorated poplar with private terrace.