Looking for a place to stay in Tivoli? Then look no further than Victoria Terme Hotel, a quiet hotel that brings the best of Tivoli to your doorstep.
Guest rooms offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a minibar, and Victoria Terme Hotel makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and room service. In addition, guests can enjoy a pool and free breakfast during their visit. As an added convenience, there is paid private parking available on-site.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the nearby restaurants, including Big Mat Fish (0.2 mi), Pizzeria le Terme (0.0 mi), and Hibernian Pub di Marco Bonamoneta (0.3 mi), all of which are within walking distance from Victoria Terme Hotel.
Plus, during your trip, don’t forget to check out some of the popular historic sites, such as Villa d'Este, Villa Adriana, and Tempio della Sibilla.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Victoria Terme Hotel as you experience everything Tivoli has to offer.
Came here for a weekend getaway. Apparently the hotel is only 10 years old, but the orange bathrooms and dated decor make this place feel like a Las Vegas budget hotel. We paid 30 euro to do the acque albule day spa, but save your money it was even more dated. my gym is better equipped with a more modern feel. You’re better off spending 10 euro to use the terme pools outside. A bit disappointing.
So, having spent 14 (mostly) lovely days driving around and experiencing Umbria and tuscany, we needed a hotel with swimmingpool and a close distance to CIA Airport before departure. Hotel Victoria terme seemed like the perfect match with 45 minutes of morning traffic to the car rental drop-off. The hotel room itself was a typical air-conditioned, clean and economic minimal 4 star with a fridge. However keep in mind the swimming pool is a wellness center with access for all between 08 am and 6 pm (08:00 - 18:00) who pay 10 eur. This means several things. If you arrive in the weekend in this timeslot you will have a hard time getting a parking space! Also, you need to warn your kids that the water is a natural source with sulfur (smells of rotten eggs), with 10 cm visibility (mind the depth). And during the weekend, expect to sit in the sun and on a towel as the pool areas are severely oversold. Having survived the weekend fleeing the hotel to visit Tivoli (villa d`este etc) we looked forward to relax and have a nice sleep in the hotel Monday night and leave early for the return flight Tuesday morning. Our room apparently had an extremely bad location in the hotel, overlooking a square next to the hotel restaurant. The hotel is frequented by a rather large returning group of seniors, for whom the hotel throws a party that lasts until 11:15 pm (23:15) and it's extremely noisy with a speaker yapping on, while the music is playing. So our kid couldent sleep, neither could we the adults - there had been NO warnings from the staff, and they did nothing from their part to help, assist or remedy in any way (lower the volume, offer another room, compensate) even when confronted by this frustrating event on a hotel. Just to make everything really bad while staying at Victoria terme hotel, the pool area next door, set up a TV-series shooting using a large scaffolding framework of aluminum. This was the background for some noisy hours of filming from midnight to aroud 04 in the morning - there the team started to hammer and crack on the aluminum scaffolding to pack it down. This has to be the one of our all-time worst hotel experiences ever. (and we have traveled a lot!) Totally wasted and tired while driving to the airport, looking forward to erase the horrible memory of Victoria Terme Hotel in Tivoli Terme. …
Amazing place close the Terme where we had a nice time very clean with very friendly and gentle people working there.... food fantastic....I will be back for sure again once I will be in Rome.... recommend for sure
This is a good hotel. Rooms are of good size with fully functional ensuite bathroom.. Decent breakfast, large big pools, helpful staffs. are some of the good points. Some of us had an early morning flight. So the Front office staffs arranged breakfast box at 4 o'clock in the morning as well as a paid airport drop. The only problem that we found is that the hotel is very far from all the attractions in Rome.
We stayed here two nights on a driving trip through Italy. Getting any closer to Rome with a vehicle is insane, so this made a perfect base camp for our trip. The location is convenient and easy to reach from the highway and the lobby is barely 100 meters from the Bagni di Tivoli train station. Our rooms were simple but fairly roomy for Italy with decent bathrooms and shower stalls. The hotel does have a full spa and several pools but it was still the off season and the pools were empty. Breakfast had a good selection and the hotel does an excellent job of separating tour groups so the regular breakfast isn't completely mobbed. I would have given this hotel five stars but the water in the bathrooms is ridiculous. It takes a micrometer adjustment to go from boiling to freezing and the water changes seemingly at random during use. Sadly, this happened in both the family rooms so it wasn't a matter of a single quirky pipe. …