Albula Hotel

Address: Via Cecco Angiolieri 34, Tivoli, Lazio, 00011, Italy | 2 star hotel
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.


This 2 star hotel, located in the Parioli/Pinciano area of Tivoli, is near Hadrian's Villa (Villa Adriana), Abbazia di Santa Scolastica (Subiaco), Acquapiper, and Abbazia di San Benedetto.
Map this hotel

        TripAdvisor Reviews Albula Hotel Tivoli

        1.50 of 5 stars Poor

        Travel Blogs from Tivoli

        Hadrian's House

        A travel blog entry by fredwfussell on Oct 15, 2015

        11 photos

        ... least equals Diocletian's retirement home in Split.

        This is mostly ruins, sort of like what would happen to our buildings without maintenance for a couple of thousand years. Actually, ours would look far worse.

        Okay, this is our last day in Rome. We leave tomorrow for a brief stop in Naples before landing on the Amalfi Coast for four days. Actually we are ready to leave our apartment here. Of the ...

        You could search the world and never figure it out

        A travel blog entry by stephszymas on Oct 18, 2014

        18 photos

        ... From here we walked to Villa Borghese, which is a beautiful park in Rome and rented a paddle boat on a small pond. That was a lot of fun. I think more for Lauren while watching me try to row the boat and steer, than for me. haha. Tomorrow we are planning on going to the Vatican museums and seeing the Sistine Chapel, I am really looking forward to it. We are hoping to go to a restaurant called, American Home Baked after our visit. If the title did not give it away, they cook ...

        Villa d'Este

        A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Jul 06, 2014

        21 photos

        ... all by gravity feed.

        The project was begun in 1550, and still not fully completed by the time the cardinal died in 1572.
        Today, all but two of the fountains are still powered by gravity.

        Lunch with a view across the piazza to Chisea di S. Maria Maggiore, where the tomb of Ippolito d'Este is kept. On the other side is the fountain by polish sculptor Igor Mitoray. Whilst we had never heard of this ...

        From the Colosseum to Capitoline to St. Peter's!

        A travel blog entry by lwesolow on May 31, 2014

        12 photos

        ... hierarchy of seating the people (senators on the lower level) and women on the top level where they couldn't see anything. There was also a discussion about the gladiators and the type of life they led. We also learned about the significance of the cross towards the lower center of the seats. After Constantine endorsed Christianity, it was a tribute to those who had died in the games. We finished our Colosseum tour and walked towards the Roman Forum. The city ...

        Tivoli - Day 2

        A travel blog entry by fromcathyp on Apr 30, 2014

        6 comments, 44 photos

        ... was tired of working things out all the time by myself without anyone there to help me get from A to B! I literally had to push myself out of the station and down the road. If I had got back on the train, I would have felt that empty part inside that aches when you know instinctively you have failed yourself! Much later in the day it hit me (like a sledge hammer!) that I have spent some of my life walking away when the jewel was ...