Abano Ritz Thermae & Wellness Hotel
What We Love
- A five-star stay in a relaxing wine region, with breakfast, a tasting, discounts and moreTaking the stress out of arrivals with transfers from Venice Airport
- Experiencing one of the hotel’s signature mud bath treatments
- Enjoying creative cuisine in a vintage setting at Il Brutto Anatroccolo
What To Know
- Located just 30 minutes from Venice (by train)
- The onsite restaurant has a great wine list
- Free WiFi and parking
Follow the wine road of Italy’s Euganean Hills to Abano Terme, Europe’s oldest spa town, and you’ll find an excellent base to detox before you retox. Sample the wine of the region’s many vineyards and retrace the steps of the likes of Byron, Shelley and Goethe. For a gourmet break you’ll want to write home about, look no further than the Abano Ritz Hotel.
Headed up by the Poletto family, this is a five-star hotel that combines the elegance of the past with the luxury of the present. When you’re not enjoying a classical music concert under the chandelier of the Hall of Mirrors, you can find ways to relax and unwind with a mud therapy in the spa or a round of golf at the splendid courses nearby. You’ll also find homemade pasta and lunchtime barbecues at White Gloves and Ill Brutto Anatroccolo restaurants.
Good to know
For access to all inclusions as part of this offer, a Luxury card must be purchased for €6 per person, per stay, directly at the hotel.
Please note that a city tax of €2 per person, per night is payable directly to the hotel.
How to Get There
Loved the service, food, entertainment programs, pool, garden, staff and so on... Very happy to see rabbits again
You can improve the quality of the Internet, constantly required a connection. And clean dust from hard to reach places.
going here for over 35 Years, the setting, the service and the old fashioned style of the Hotel keeps calling us back, might do a little upgrade in the rooms, the rest, fine food, afordable stay, we were family of 4 and had dinner bed and breakfast, nice lazy timings of breakfast and dinner time at the restaurant, supperb service, also for the children, the swimming pools are of such a good quality that one does not need to take time to adjust, perfect temperature and clean clean clean. massages and musbaths offered also perfect, this service has not changed over the years which is good. front desk has sme nice people, the only one unattendful is the planner of the hotel, the lady is obviously overworked, needs a holiday herself, for customer visitng your hotel for over 35 years and forgetting to get back to a request made 3 times, a shortly said sloppy.
My partner booked this hotel as he knew I wanted to visit Italy. The staff at this hotel are the rudest people I have ever encountered working in a hotel. There is no iron at this hotel instead they offer a laundry service of which they tried to charge us 130 euro to iron a few shirts and dresses. We asked for a kettle in the room but each day had to go down to the bar and request cups for it - the cleaner forgot to leave clean cups. She also left a dirty pizza box with rubbish in it in our room. We changed rooms three times as previous two rooms had no balcony. Room 514 did have a balcony however we shared this with the pigeons every day. If you are bed and breakfast do not expect to sit in the main breakfast room - instead you are made to feel like a peasant and sat in adjoining room. Three times I asked at breakfast for the jam to be replenished in the end gave up as was made to feel like I was an inconvenience and sat down - eventually the waiter came to our table with jam. The reception once put down the phone on us when we asked for cups to be brought to the room. The bar man slammed milk on the bar when we asked for some milk to have with our afternoon tea. In the pool you are made to wear a swimming cap and yet at other hotels this is not the case.
We asked to see the manager and explained our experience. We had had such a bad experience here at Abano Ritz that we spent the day at another hotel - hotel Presidente which is just up the road. She then offered us the option to change hotels which we have done and we were quite happy to pay the extra 150 euro a night to do so.
Italy is beautiful however this hotel is not a five star hotel it is a three star at best be careful when booking this establishment if you want a five star experience I suggest you look elsewhere. Hotel presidente however is fantastic- staff are so polite and helpful.