Le Terme di Roma, Tivoli

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  • August 18, 2017
    The hotel has 4 pools of sulphur water, in a beautiful green setting (meadow and palm trees everywhere). Price in line with other spas, with the advantages of having so much space (some of the largest spa/pools around) and especially to be located a few km from the ring road. Suitable for families with children.
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  • August 17, 2017
    I disagree with many negative reviews, I think this is one of the most aesthetically beautiful pools I have ever seen, with regard to the relaxation I think it's relatively quiet. The price is a bit overblown, but when you consider that the thermal water can be fine.
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  • August 12, 2017
    I'm really from time to time, I returned today after about two years he missed me. The price for the weekend is 17 euros per person, while on weekdays 14 euros. The price in my opinion is high and should give the possibility to enter in the early afternoon at reduced rates. The cot costs 5 euros. Are at the disposal of plastic chairs. The pools are large and many much bigger than various spas I've visited ... Today was great because there were few people, perhaps because of the close August that has depopulated Rome, perhaps because the time was drawing the ugly. Every now and then I go back, the water should do good for your skin. Close at 18. The time around Tivoli I must say is always more rainy than in other places
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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.
  • Good place to spend a summer day. Sulphurous waters cleanse the skin and the respiratory tract. Multiple pools and several people. The shadow is not plentiful. I was wrong for having paid 14 euros to discover that the main pool is not yet in operation.
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  • The service is great, offer snacks and have a comfortable rest room inside the Spa. What unfortunately lowers the rating was the spa itself, recently refreshed and renewed, little variety. I tried the spa of Virgin Active (gym in Rome) and was higher, something inconceivable since it's Spa.
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  • Beautiful place to spend days are hot, though admission to the pools is a little over priced especially if you go with the whole family
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  • Spa technician for various needs for health care. You go from a mud bath at mineral water treatments, including therapeutic baths and much more. With several outdoor pools, even for children, located in a huge green area kept that sees inside the beautiful palm trees, in addition to kiosks to quench their thirst from time to time. Worth noting is the very well connected to the city of Rome, using public transport. The staff is also prepared and very professional.
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Tivoli is so close to Rome that you can easily explore it from one of the capital city's comfortable budget hotels. If you wish to stay in Tivoli itself, consider booking your room at a family-run inn, an affordable alternative to the area's more expensive big-chain hotels. Most of the city's hotels are located outside the historical town center, so if you want quick access to Tivoli's tourist sites, try to stay near a public bus or train station, or consider renting a car for the duration of your trip.
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