History

In the 1700s, the hotel was the country manor of the Doge of Venice, and the name “Due Torri” (two towers) is reminder of the fact that originally the building was fortified. Today, the spirit of a historic noble residence is clearly perceivable in the park surrounding the hotel: you can easily imagine noblewomen and noblemen of the Baroque era strolling under the shade of the trees, chatting on the benches, and enjoying beverages and delicacies in the open air. Today, that same experience is available to the guests of our hotel.

The spirit of a noble manor of the past can be found inside the hotel, too, where antique furniture and old paintings that depict the life of the Venetian nobility of the 1700s will charm you everywhere. They were men and women who, even back then, traveled to Abano when looking for a healthy countryside stay and treatments in thermal water.

History continues well beyond the hotel. In fact, the hotel is adjacent to the Montirone park, which in the past was a Roman settlement but today is a wonderful place for a stroll through natural surroundings in the center of Abano Terme.

When staying at Hotel Terme Due Torri, you can savor the pleasure of living in a building that is a part of the history of the Abano Terme’s nobility.