Albergo Le Terme

Address: Piazza delle Sorgenti 13, Bagno Vignoni, Tuscany, 53027, Italy | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on Piazza delle Sorgenti 13, Bagno Vignoni, is near Centro Storico, Baptistry, Val d'Orcia, and Museo Diocesano.
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          Amenities

          Activities

          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge

          Features

          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Free parking
          • Pets allowed

          General

          • Suites

          Services

          • Continental Breakfast
          • Room service
          • Business Services
           

          TravelPod Member ReviewsAlbergo Le Terme Bagno Vignoni

          Reviewed by jpulvirenti1

          Time to soothe the aching muscles.

          Reviewed Aug 31, 2011
          by (26 reviews) Melbourne , Australia Flag of Australia

          Comfortable accommodation offering thermal water spas and beauty and massage services.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

          TripAdvisor Reviews Albergo Le Terme Bagno Vignoni

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
           

          Travel Blogs from Bagno Vignoni

          And they're off......

          A travel blog entry by domergio on Nov 09, 2015

          4 comments, 14 photos

          ... patron saint of iItaly. Not sure why her head is separate from her body, which is located in her old family home not far from where her head is. The whole thing is weird to me. I also do not understand why she does not have a church named after her in Siena. Ended the day in Siena by having my first taste of gelato which is Italy's version of ice cream, just not quite frozen. There are stores selling it every block and it is very popular. There are a gazillion flavors. It was ...

          Day 62 - Scenes in Siena

          A travel blog entry by hopptwo on Nov 02, 2015

          28 photos

          ... we have seen in Italy so far. We have a lot of shots today including some take by Jerry.

          We got the deluxe ticket which included walking around on the roof of the Duomo which afforded us the opportunity to take some really investing shots. We also saw the crypt, tiny library of books dating back to the 13th century, the baptistery and a meuseum of art no longer kept in the church. ...

          Bath Time!

          A travel blog entry by amyandlily on Sep 21, 2014

          19 photos

          ... bonus.

          I arrived at my overnight stop for about 3, and have to sat I was still feeling rather hot and sticky. It turns out its actually a very popular small town, which I had kind of guessed from the fact that the car park was pretty full. It used to be a popular stop along the via francignia for people en route from Northern Europe to the south of Italy. The town dates back to the roman times, when the thermal bath was in the centre of this small village, surrounded by ...

          Pienza to Bagno Vignoni

          A travel blog entry by nettybu on Aug 31, 2011

          1 comment, 7 photos

          ... into Bagno Vignoni in the Orcia river valley. Bagno Vignoni is an unusual place, a hot springs spa built around a steaming city "square". The hot springs at Bagno Vignoni have been known since the Roman times, and the arcaded St Catherine's Portico beside the central pool was built by the Medici, who have taken the sulfur cure for their arthritis and ...

          Siena and the Tuscan countryside

          A travel blog entry by hilary_todd on Aug 07, 2011

          1 comment, 61 photos

          ... and mostly quite picturesque. San Giovanni was tiny and had just a truffle museum and views out over a massive abbey. Montalcino and Montepulciano were both classic hill towns and famous for wine (we brought two bottles here for my birthday – they ended up being very expensive bottles of wine though as we got a parking ticket here!)

          But our favourite town in all of Tuscany was Pienza – it was tiny with narrow streets, filled with cheese shops and artists painting ...