Victoria Terme Hotel ****
The Victoria Terme Hotel is located in the heart of antiquity, amongst the memories left over by our ancestors and the places where those who created immortal verses and guided the biggest of all empires once immersed themselves in thermal waters. Architecturally speaking, the hotel itself fits in perfectly in the thermae park, and it offers guests modern technology and timeless well-being. The facilities at the health farm and spa are combined with a professional congress centre, with two conference rooms and cutting edge technology, a wholesome and healthy menu at the restaurant, great attention paid to guests, the possibility to bring small pets into the hotel, which makes the welcoming even warmer, a fitness area, four swimming pools and professional personnel who make the stay relaxing and all about comfort and well-being.
The water from the Acque Albule spring is sulphurous and has natural anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties which flow out of the two lakes Regina and Colonnelle and it maintains a temperature of 23°C. In fact, the activities at the Roman Thermae, which are dedicated to health, well-being and beauty, are based on the recognised benefits that these very lightly coloured water sources have, the colour of which is caused by the gases that are given off on the surface. The property has four outdoor swimming pools, two of which are good for children since they have waterfalls and are good for swimming, and, here, medical treatments are also carried out, including inhalation, balneotherapy and mud-balneotherapy treatments, along with well-being and aesthetic programmes. The aesthetic centre has rooms dedicated to chromotherapy, music therapy and aromatherapy and guests can choose from a large range of massages and face and body treatments that are inspired by Oriental disciplines. The health farm "Le Vie del benessere" (closed on Tuesday) has a sauna, Turkish bath, ascending back and neck hydromassage, Kneipp baths, a vascular circuit, aromatised shower, heated thermal swimming pool, herbal tea services and a relaxation area. Due to the particularity of the thermal waters, children from 14 to 16 can only access it accompanied by their parents and with a medical certificate, which can also be requested at the hotel at a cost of € 15.
The hotel has 158 rooms available for its guests, all of which have sound-proof windows and doors, hydromassage baths and showers, television, a mini bar, air conditioning and Internet Wi-Fi free. The superior rooms also offer a king size bed, private terraces and a spa set.
The hotel’s restaurant focuses on the traditions of the best Italian cuisine and specialities of Lazio, offering characteristic products and tasty dishes. It is managed by an internationally experienced, wise and professional chef who offers guests traditional yet creative dishes, paying tribute to the regional as well as the national cuisine. Personalised diets and special requests can also be fulfilled, and the cuisine is based around health, balance and wholesomeness.
Some of the hotel’s services and facilities:
Tivoli is famous for more than just its thermal waters and their therapeutic abilities: it has always been a famous tourist destination because of the beauty of the villas that are located here and which are immersed in a natural and charming landscape, and because of its particularly mild climate. These characteristics, combined with the proximity to the capital city, made Tivoli and its surroundings a holiday resort for emperors and Roman aristocrats . This is where Emperor Hadrian made impressive buildings like Hadrian’s Villa, adorned with artificial lakes, grottos, gardens and decorations in various styles, and, despite the damage that this property has undergone in the past, the remains can still be seen today. The Villa d’Este is in even better condition and this was built by Cardinal Ippolito d'Este in the mid 1500s and it is famous for the paintings it houses, works by Livio Agresti and for the enormous garden in which there are almost 500 fountains which were thought up by Bernini and which feature scenic waterfalls. Villa Gregoriana is also worth a visit thanks to its beautiful natural park and homonymous waterfalls. Tivoli is about 30km from Rome therefore a spa stay in this town must definitely involve a thorough trip to the Eternal City. However, the surroundings of Tivoli also have a lot to offer including the ancient town of Subiaco, which has many points of artistic and cultural interest and famous monasteries.
Local tax € 3 per night, over 10 years.
Near railway station
Close to the motorway
Number of rooms accessible for persons with disabilities : 4
Wireless internet access
Restaurants in the vicinity
SPA pool in the hotel
SPA in the hotel
Indoor swimming pool
Pay and display parking
Garage for a fee