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The benefits of Hotel Due Torri ***** - Abano Terme

All reservations include:

  • Entry to the park and 3 spa pools
  • Hydromassages in spa water
  • Kneipp circuit
  • Aqua gym from Monday to Saturday
  • Robe, towel and lounger
  • Gym
  • Access to the steam room
  • Cycle hire
  • Wi-Fi
  • Multi-lingual concierge service
  • Today’s magazine with news in your language, at breakfast every morning

Live entertainment & music from a weekly programme

Phone +39 049 8632100
Book online

The benefits of Hotel Due Torri ***** - Abano Terme

All reservations include:

  • Entry to the park and 3 spa pools
  • Hydromassages in spa water
  • Kneipp circuit
  • Aqua gym from Monday to Saturday
  • Robe, towel and lounger
  • Gym
  • Access to the steam room
  • Cycle hire
  • Wi-Fi
  • Multi-lingual concierge service
  • Today’s magazine with news in your language, at breakfast every morning

Live entertainment & music from a weekly programme

Phone +39 049 8632100

PARK

MONTIRONE PARK

If you are seeking a romantic holiday in Abano Terme, perhaps for your honeymoon or even just a weekend away with your loved one, look no further than the Hotel Due Torri.

The park of the Due Torri Hotel embraces the facility and its three spa swimming pools. It offers a grassy area where you can take a morning stroll and sip a coffee to wake yourself up gently, or hide amongst the palm trees in the early afternoon for a quiet “siesta”.

Beside the garden of the hotel you will find the ancient Montirone park*, which was the very first setting for the beautiful spa centre now located in Abano Terme. A quiet walk in the nearby park will allow you to breathe in the history of the thermal baths of Abano.

The origins of thermal treatments date from the eighth century BC, when the ancient inhabitants of the area went to the nearby sacred lake to perform rites related to the recovery of health.

Since the first century AD, archaeological finds on the hill of Montirone in Abano testify to the presence of a temple dedicated to Apollo, and a nearby pottery emporium probably used to supply visitors with the containers they needed to drink the therapeutic water. There is evidence that people used the spas for the purposes of wellness as early as the beginning of the 5th century AD.

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