Victoria Terme Hotel4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
We stayed two days in this hotel, The day we arrived we enjoyed the sulphur pools. We had two children with us, so they absolutely loved them. The pools are crowded, but there are so many of them, that it is enjoyable. The next day we took the local bus to Villa d'Este and spent the day in that area, which was just wonderful. The bus stops right in front of the hotel, so it is very convenient. This is the same bus we took back to the train station to travel to Rome. Our room was very nice. Our disappointment came in the restaurant. It is very odd.....buffets served at every meal, but the service for beverages is spotty and rather frustrating. The food was good, but not great. There seems to be many elderly Italians that stay here, so it is a strange atmosphere.
We used this hotel to break up the journey from Lecce to Firenze. It all sounded quite alright on the website but in reality we were a little disappointed. A large hotel with no atmosphere or character. The enormous spa (treatment rooms, pools etc) were all closed. The area that is used as a restaurant only had long tables for large groups. Although it is probably quite handy for Rome, it was not so good for us. The room was hot and the airco did not function properly. In the end, we decided to open the balcony door instead of having the airco on.
My family and I stayed a night at the Terme hotel because it was a convenient stop for the night after arriving at the airport and before proceeding to the east coast of Italy. It is east to find and the parking is convenient. The hotel is also very pleasant and clean. The restaurant is very good for dinner, and the breakfast is good too. You will probably end up eating here for dinner because there is not much else nearby, besides a couple of pizza places of uncertain quality. The hotel is rather interesting because of its connection to the mineral baths next-door. Many of the guests stay at the hotel to visit to partake of the mineral baths and related therapies. So, at dinner and breakfast you will see many visitors who have been availing themselves of the therapies available there, which gives the hotel a distinctive character. Most of the guests seemed to be older Italians when we were there, but foreign families like ours were certainly welcome.
We stayed for 2 nights! July 9-11 2016 We love the location of this place because it's near ROME! We had to take train and metro to Rome which is very convenient. I think a day in Rome is fine since it's very crowded and I checked the hotels in central Rome is quite pricey. Just Check the timing of the train from Tivoli coz there is only 2 times goin and 2 coming back.. We took 10:30 going then the 4:30 coming back! Just on your way back ask for Bagna de Tivoli. Coz on our way back we ask the platform for Tivoli and we end up to Tivoli which is the central.. But from there it's just 3 stops back to Bagna de Tivoli. The room is good.. The ac was great! My husband and my son went to the pool he said it was nice but the water is cold I wonder they close at 6pm. Nice and refreshing for a hot day.. The dinner buffet is nice too! €28 Per person. The beverage is extra charge.The baked salmon is great! The service is good too! The breakfast is just okay maybe more varieties would be better.. For advice: people who is sensitive for surfur smell because of the natural pool should not stay here.. The smell is really overpowering! Just don't open the windows. I can smell it even the window is closed. But all in all it's great!! I just notice a lot of elderly people stay here because of the spa.. How I wish I tried the pool but we don't have time.. It was great location! Good service!
We choosed this hotel because we didn't want to sleep in Rome, this time we wanted to explore around (Tivoli, Ostia,...), This hotel was the perfect solution. It is at 2 minutes walking from Bagni di Tivoli train station, so if you want to go to Rome you can get to Colosseum in 40 minutes by train and metro.
Victoria Terme is a beautiful modern hotel with clean contemporary design rooms, excellent bedding, good breakfast and an OK staff. The only disappointment was that after a hot day visiting Villa D'Este and Villa Adriana it would have been nice to cool off but the terme pools are a separate business that closes at 18h00 and for which you must pay extra. But as we found out later most pools in Italy close at 18h00 or 19h00 and in July are around 90 degrees - so much for cooling off, but with a small breeze it helps.
The rooms were clean and the shower had good water pressure. It is located very close (~300 meters) from the train station into Rome. If you are planning to go into Rome and sightsee get a BRIG pass from the tabacchi just across the street from the hotel. It allows you to take the train into and back from Rome and the metros in Rome all for €8 per person. Ask the front desk for a train schedule, the receptionist was kind enough to print out all the info we needed. Yes, there is a sulfur smell but what else can you expect from a hotel right on a hot spring? It wasn't as bad as some reviews made it out to be. After a few minutes I didn't even notice it anymore. Parking is €3 per night, but you can take your car in and out of the garage as many times as you want by pressing the information button and giving your room number the the receptionist that answers. The breakfast was by far the worst part of the visit. Stale pastries, canned fruit with flies on them, etc. So just go to to the Carrefour or another market to get yourself some breakfast items.
We spend two nights at this hotel last week. Decent value, close to the Tivoli attractions and nice rooms. Our mistake - we didn't realize this is a spa hotel and that the pool(s) is actually a facility open to the public, and that the water is from springs, so it's distinctly sulfurous! The pool complex is open from 9.30 AM to 6.00 PM, so you can forget the idea of a quick dip before dinner. The hotel provided us with wrist bands, so access didn't cost anything for our brief visit to the pools. The traffic on the main road past the hotel that leads up to Tivoli is pretty bad. The Baigne di Tivoli station is only a couple of hundred meters from the hotel, so it could serve as a base for a carless trip into Rome. The staff were friendly, and the hotel was largely deserted after the tour buses left in the morning. We ate dinner in the hotel restaurant (it was raining so we didn't want to venture out), a simple uninspiring menu of decent hotel food. Two people, two courses a bottle of wine = E80.
This hotel is very clean and comfortable. The bed is so soft and makes you want to stay in bed all day. The hot breakfast is very good. Last bud not least the staff is very friendly and very helpful. Thank you days in its been awsome!!!!!!!!
We had a stopover here on our way to Rome. The Hotel is nice, no major drawbacks as in the rooms were clean, the staff was polite and helpful, etc. Breakfast was regular continental fare. However, the hotel did not have free wifi for the guests which was a let down for me. Other than that no major complaints!
- Free buffet breakfast
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
Located in Bagni di Tivoli, Victoria Terme Hotel is adjacent to Terme di Roma and within a few miles (5 km) of Hadrian's Villa. This 158-room, 4-star hotel has free breakfast along with conveniences like a full-service spa and an indoor pool. It's in central Tivoli and also within a 15-minute drive of Marco Simone Golf Club.
Free buffet breakfast is included with your stay and awaits you each morning. Enjoy a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or have a drink at the bar/lounge. You can sip a beverage at the coffee shop/café.
All of Victoria Terme Hotel's 158 soundproofed rooms provide minibars, free newspapers, and safes. Guests can expect free WiFi and plasma TVs with digital channels and pay movies. Memory foam beds sport Frette Italian sheets and bathrooms offer jetted tubs, hair dryers, and bidets. Phones and desks are other standard amenities.
At Victoria Terme Hotel, guests enjoy a full-service spa, an indoor pool, and a health club. If you drive, self parking is EUR 3 per day, and there's also an area shuttle for a fee. Multilingual staff at the front desk are standing by 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this spa hotel include a sauna, a rooftop terrace, and free WiFi in public areas.
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73% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 625 reviews