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Torre Sant'Angelo Hotel

Via Quintilio Varo, 00019, Tivoli Italy
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Pool
Hot tub
Free breakfast
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Business Center with Internet Access
Banquet room
Free internet
Public wifi
Internet
Outdoor pool
Bar / lounge
Restaurant
Breakfast buffet
Meeting rooms
Concierge
Non-smoking hotel
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Non-smoking rooms
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Family rooms
Air conditioning
Room service
Minibar
Flatscreen TV
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Great View
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Full view
58Somewhat walkable
Grade: 58 out of 100
48Restaurantswithin 0.75 miles
15Attractionswithin 0.75 miles
242Reviews5Q+A10Room tips
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Stayed there 1 - 4 August. On Friday evening we went along to the dining room, only to be turned away because it was reserved for a private function. No apology. We had to take a taxi down to the town a mile away (10 euros each way); walking would have involved risking our lives along a busy highway with no sidealk. Restaurant once again closed to residents on Saturday evening g. Again no apology. Quite disgraceful service
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Relaxing hotel with an amazing view of Tivoli and beyond, perfect for exploring Tivoli while still having access to a pool and beautiful surroundings. A little bit loud with big groups of tourists coming and going in the mornings and not walking friendly to Tivoli due to heavy traffic, but other than that a great stay!
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A medieval castle that was originally built in 600 AD over the ruins of Catallus' villa. Being a Latin scholar from way back, this piqued my interest having translated numerous of his poems! The castle has since had several reincarnations. It is now a four-star luxury hotel, although to my mind, in the right hands, so much more could be made of it. It is ideally situated overlooking the old city of Tivoli, the Aniene River below, (which is a major tributary of the Tiber River), and its Grand Waterfall to the left-hand side. The hotel is set on acreage of beautiful trees with abundant bird life. We stayed here for one night in one of their huge suites before travelling to the outskirts of Rome, 30kms away, to drop off our hire car. From there, we were picked up and driven to Fiumicino Airport. Our suite was extremely spacious, having an enormous balcony overlooking the beautiful swimming pool, which unfortunately, due to the cold weather, we couldn't enjoy. We dined in the hotel restaurant and were surprised that it was not fully booked, because both the food and the service were superb. For our primi, we enjoyed saffron spaghetti marinara. We then had the sea bream with potatoes, olives and insalata with a side of asparagus, for our secondi. Our meal was accompanied by a bottle of 2018 Pecorino wine from Terre di Chieti, Abruzzo. Yes, Pecorino, like the sheep's milk cheese! While we had heard about this wine before, we hadn't seen it offered in any of the restaurants in which we had eaten. It is a white wine made of a rare and long-forgotten Abruzzo grape variety that is now being rediscovered. It is strong yet delicate with notes of flowers, citrus fruits and exotic fruit. We can highly recommend it and this restaurant, because we thoroughly enjoyed our meal. We also enjoyed the breakfast spread, which was eaten in the second hotel restaurant. The only thing that let the hotel down was the initial slight indifference and disinterest of the staff at Reception. However, as soon as they understood that we had a reservation, they were more welcoming. This could be improved.
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The hotel public spaces are lovely, but the rooms are a bit dated. Safe was broken. Nice big tub in bathroom though. The real issue was noise. This hotel is out of town (note you need a car), and so theoretically peaceful and quiet. I don’t know what was going on or who was above us on the second floor (owner’s unit?, staff needing to get up early?), but there were sounds of furniture being moved around above us from 4 am on, and extended vacuuming right above us starting at 7:00 am! We got no sleep. Whatever you do, do not stay in or near room 208.
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Nice view, but it's one of those places where the management forget that hotel guests need to actually sleep; they rent the place out for parties, and the loud music goes on until at least midnight. I'd give it a miss.
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Response from Oriana C, Responsabile reception at Torre Sant'Angelo Hotel
Responded Jun 17, 2019
siamo spiacenti se fino alle 24,00, come Lei asserisce, e' stato disturbato da altri Clienti.
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PRICE RANGE
$122 - $226 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ALSO KNOWN AS
torre sant angelo hotel
LOCATION
ItalyLazioProvince of RomeTivoli
NUMBER OF ROOMS
35
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