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Theia Etruscan Thermal Pools

1 Night with access to the Etruscan Thermal Pools

Theia Etruscan Thermal Pools
Starting from
99,00 €
per Person
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Offer Rates
1 Night2 Nights3 Nights
Price per person€ 99€ 149€ 199

The offer includes:

- Accommodation in Classic room with Jacuzzi shower;
Or accommodation in Superior room with Jacuzzi tub with a supplement of € 10 per person per night
Or accommodation in Junior Suite room with both Jacuzzi shower and tub with a supplement of € 40 per person per night

- Half board in our restaurant "Zafferano": four courses menu, beverages not included

- half day entrance ticket to the new Thermal pools “Theia” (please note that the pools are closed on TUESDAY),  in case of bad weather our Hotel does not guarantee the opening of the thermal pools Theia.

- 1 Coupon  with a 10% discount on the entrance fees of the “Terme Sensoriali” in Chianciano Terme (SI)


• Double single use room € 25 per night  

3° and 4° beds:

• 0-3 years: FREE OF CHARGE if they sleep in parent’s bed . Baby Cot has a supplement of 10€ per day;
• 3-8 years old:

in Classic room € 40,00 per night per person, in half board;
in Superior room € 45,00 per night per person, in half board;
in Junior Suite € 60,00 per night per person, in half board;

• 8-18 years:

in Junior Suite € 80,00 per night per person, in half board

• from 18 years old and adults:     
– 20% of the price of the third person in Junior Suite


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Overall a good choice
" Considering the very reasonable fare, we found this Hotel satisfying. The pool is very nice, the breakfast, while not sumptuous, provides you all you may need. The Spa area is very good and included in the price. Last, it stays a bit on the hill side and while steps away from the center of the new town, is in a quite location. One thing that frankly disturbed me and did not quite understand was the fact that our room shared its small balcony with an other room. Since this is not a Motel, I was not really expecting to see people 1 ft from my window looking inside. I tried to understand if this is a standard design, or an exception for the rooms designed for families. I did not understand. Should you stay at this hotel, ask for a room with some more privacy. Stayed June 2013, traveled as a couple "
Salt Lake City, Utah