Hotel Terme

Address: Piazza Bartolomeo della Queva, 6, Tivoli, Lazio, 00011, Italy | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Parioli/Pinciano area of Tivoli, is near Hadrian's Villa (Villa Adriana), Acquapiper, Abbazia di Santa Scolastica (Subiaco), and Abbazia di San Benedetto.
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      Travel Blogs from Tivoli

      Fountaintastic

      A travel blog entry by corrica on Oct 23, 2014

      10 photos

      ... the buildings reflect a mix of Greek and traditional Roman with a street system of underground walkways.

      The wall of the main courtyard complex still stands and was the largest we had seen. As ever, a large amount of space had been devoted to leisure with bath houses, theatres, gardens, ponds and grottos. Sadly the Maritime Theatre (used to stage mock sea battles) was closed, but you could peak through and get a glimpse of ...

      Roaming Out of Town to Tivoli!

      A travel blog entry by fromcathyp on Apr 29, 2014

      6 comments, 37 photos

      ... through! It gives you a clear sense of the power of water!

      I just loved this garden and snapped happily with the camera at every turn of the paths. After the work in 1835, there was a gradual decline in upkeep of the park and as recently as 2005 it was upgraded. There are numerous benches with people's names on them, probably because they donated money and I silently thanked each and every one of them when the need to sit down and ...

      Day 46: Hadrian was a pimp

      A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber on Dec 02, 2013

      1 comment, 17 photos

      ... the water in every direction were ruins or parts of ruins. We saw the "building of 100 rooms", thermal rooms that must have had 30 foot dome ceilings, and various temples scattered among the hospital, library and other ruins that must have buildings.

      It is hard to describe exactly what we saw. Everything just screamed lavish and over the top. The walls of each building were about two feet thick and the tile mosaic work on the floors was so ...

      Emperors and Endings!

      A travel blog entry by runelight_vlc on Aug 14, 2013

      19 photos

      ... in the 2nd century AD it is unique in that it covers a variety of Mediterranean themes, taking influences from Greece, Rome and unusually, Egypt. It was so etching of an Egyptian theme park, if you will. The villa was actually owned by Hadrian's wife Vibia Sabina, a dour old girl by all accounts. Possibly with good reason. You see Hadrian was obsessed, in love even, with a young chap called Antinous, and made many statues and bronzes of the young man. Now some sources suggest ...

      Villa d'este

      A travel blog entry by purplefish on Jul 07, 2013

      8 photos

      ... cover charge. Of course you don't know his until the end of the meal and we were not the only patrons who were upset by this practice. So we spent an additional $30 US just to have the privilege of sitting in that restaurant. Since then, we've been careful to read the menu description about service charges and cover charges. It's not that the food was bad -- it was good food. Just leaves a sour taste after your meal when you realize that you've been taken to the ...