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Very impressive from the outside, clean inside plenty of umbrellas and chairs, the spas vary in temperture from quite hot to cooler.
One thing is the smell of sulfur its reasonably strong but if it didnt smell that way you know ot wasnt real!
Noone speaks English there (OK, we can take it, we are in Italy). We were required to see a doctor before going for a massage (I guess good practice). However, the doctor did not speak any English. They found a translator who asked one question:...More
This thermal bath is a soothing treat to your aching and tired body after all those walking and site seeing. It's in a close distance to Siena,( 25 min.drive). Pools are not too hot to be uncomfortable even under August hot sun. There are lockers...More
Not the first time that I have paid a visit to Terma Aquatica. Back because I enjoyed the nice, calm and relaxing environment on my visit over one year ago. Here, you can just emerce yourself in the warms waters, letting them work their magic...More
Spent half a day (during the week) relaxing in hot thermal baths. Gradual temperature changes among the different pools. Spacious with lots of umbrellas and chaise lounge chairs (with visors) most on a wide expanse of lawns and under olive trees. The water does have,...More
My wife and daughter scheduled spa treatments and I read by the hot springs pools. When they were done we all swam in the pools. It was a unique experience for us and it was a much needed down time day on our recent tour...More
Very crowded inside and outside pools on the weekend, I am positive that it is much more pleasant on week days. Limited chaise long indoors during the cold seasons.
The face massage was great, body massage very light and superficial.
If you are looking for a 5 star SPA extravaganza, this is not the place for you. What you'll find here are old fashioned Italian "Stabilimento Termale" where you will be able to enjoy natural hot springs in a traditional Italian style. You pay very...More
The waters are great and it's an interesting term to visit in contrast to others in the area. The august season was very busy with local Italians. I went daily by foot and felt that I was the only American there, which I actually enjoyed....More
Decided to take a morning and venture to one of the thermal spas. Terme Antica Querciolaia offered just what we wanted and rate was reasonable ----EUR 13 for use of the thermal pools. We found the facility to be clean. Locker rooms are basic and...More