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Le Terme di Roma, Tivoli
(2.4/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web)
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  • In mid-August, on a day during the week, I decided to give me a bit of relaxation healing to the thermal baths of Bagni di Tivoli, I found the properties of the water definitely excellent, not just as adequate cleanliness of cabins and lounge chairs. In particular, the cabin was full of papers, empty plastic bottles, even a cup of coffee, and of course dirty plastic dust on everything, looked like it hadn't been swept by several weeks. Sunbeds, since you provide customers with strips of adhesive paper States that the Lounger was occupied, provision should be made at the end of the day a proper clean to remove glue residue. I found finally the cost of entry is too high, given that cabin and lounge are charged separately, and that the toilets and shower area reserved for customers is definitely very small compared to the amount of customers during the day. This rating relates only to the outdoor Park, not having had the opportunity to try the Spa inside.
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  • Never had worse service. We are passionate about massage and spa and for this we visit a lot and do as many massages but a service so lousy there never happened to me. At the reception one girl massages he doesn't know. Let us go up to the floor "spa" (I'm ashamed to call it that) we ship alone to relax zone clothes and without offering even a nightcap make us sit on wet cushions. Music on after starting the massage seemed to Christmas music. The massage was more one spreads the oil than anything else. Finished the massage even a towel, you can play it tells me. I was like, but a shower? She responds: I'm sorry but we are not organized. The 110 euros worse spent in our lives. I hope to save someone from this obscenity
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  • the property is well maintained, clean, new. the wellness program is rather limited, with sauna and Turkish bath and sulphurous water pools, hot and cold. If you go there for health reasons, it's a good step. If you go to relax on holiday, you're almost in a hospital setting. It wasn't what I was looking for.
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  • I was traveling with 2 Italian friends and we thought we would try this Terme: mistake. Just don't go. The deal is here, that this used to be run by the city: and it was run in a better manner, but you know, with personale on payroll so to speak like many public institutions, if you know what I mean. Those personal remained when the Terme were given over to a private group to run. So they kinda have "who cares" attitude. We went in April: outside pools were not open: disappointment, we went anyway because we were there. It cost us euro 45 for the afternoon, we got about 3 hours of spa time in. There were nice turkish baths, sauna and a series of tubs of warm and cool water. Nice relax room, renovated about 10 years ago, my Italian friends complained endlessly about it, and since they have more experience than I, (American) I put their perspective on top of my experience. The locker rooms are not well designed: the lockers you can hit yourself in the head the way they are designed. There is no bench to sit on when you are changing, so you have to put your pile of towels and robe and such on the floor. The service woman gives you an overview of what is there super fast, don't ask her any questions, cause she does not want to hear them. Even the service at the desk was brusk and unfriendly. No benches to sit on to wait for friends in the huge empty modern reception room. No decent healthy food at the bar. So I did everything and it was a nice relax not withstanding everything. But like there was not even one of those centrifuge machines to dry out your bath suit. The outside walls are graffiti covered and the town itself is UGLY and sad. Low class spa: don't bother.
  • Bella piscina, solo molto cara
  • The place itself isn't bad but there are some stupid rules about where you can and cannot put some simple chairs that can make your stay quite uncomfortable in the face of the price paid. Also the guys who should safeguard the security in the water actually spend time to check where you placed the famous Chair and laughing among themselves by making jokes about customers. Spend 50 euros and over by then to have to sit on the ground and hear kids who laugh at you honestly isn't for me ... the baths have lost a customer and have found someone who will do bad publicity.
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  • Pretty quiet spa park where there are many pools with thermal water suitable for both adults and children. Large green spaces to spread out to sunbathe. Inside there is also a snack bar and a fully stocked bar. Priced accordingly (13 euros on weekdays and € 17 on holidays), but a little pricey though the cost of the cab (10 euros), which however is often dirty, and the cost of the sunbeds (5 euro) which have been recently renovated.
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  • compared to other spas I've been to know some older facility ... the imposing entrance is kinda in decay and should be looked after better. Also the internal structure of the spa (I only saw the spa & wellness and not part of medical treatment) is clearly from another time ... not to care and cleaning (great) but because of how it is structured. The tanks are children, I'd do a tub only bigger. There are 4 small saunas and one (nice but with just one tap) Turkish. The two aromatic showers "ok, two showers" sailboat "meh, maybe the nozzle is caked ... The restroom is ok but I would add in addition to the unique tea available some nuts and a second choice to drink. Despite everything I have written so far the best that I will surely come back is water! Clearly feels that is water "curative", with a little smell of sulphur and chlorine or other substances that in normal spa would be found. In short, taking care of the presentation of the place would be perfect.
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