What We Love
- A four-star spa hotel just outside Lazio's medieval town of Viterbo, with breakfast and moreSoaking in the steamy thermal waters of the hotel’s many outdoor pools
- The quiet location, away from Viterbo’s bustling medieval center
- The hotel’s clean lines and cool neo-classical design throughout
- Dining at the hands of Michelin-starred chef, Luca Maragliano
What To Know
- Classic rooms start at roughly 190-square-feet
- Check in starts at 3 p.m. and check-out is anytime before 11 a.m.
- WiFi works well
Founded by the Etruscans, then taken over by the Romans, the Italian town of Viterbo, at the gateway to Lazio’s rugged northern region, hosts a relatively undiscovered medieval core. Perfectly poised in a peaceful setting just outside of town sits Terme Salus, a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence winner. A cool, calm and contemporary retreat, it boasts expansive grounds that house an impressive thermal spa with indoor and outdoor pools, as well as a welcoming restaurant headed up by a Michelin-starred chef.
The rooms occupy a modern, streamlined building, overlooking manicured, statue-strewn gardens. Here, you’ll enjoy unfettered access to a selection of naturally heated outdoor thermal pools of varying temperatures – a welcome prospect during the cooler months. Enjoy a sauna with garden view, taking the plunge in the outdoor frigidarium, or relax to the max indoors, where you’ll find a number of other pools perfect for the cooler months. After a few hours of sublime spa relaxation an amazing night’s sleep is a given.
How to Get There
We loved everything about this hotel... the facilities of both the many pools and the spa treatments. The standard of the rooms are high and the staff are really helpful.
I would highly recommend this hotel.
Great experience, so far the best hotel I tried in the area (I occasionally come to Viterbo for business). The only things I would improve are the croissants.
The thermal pools and the wellness center are amazing.
The Spa is very good, only complaint would be that they have a huge outdoor pool without hot (or even warm) water. It doesn’t make any sense to me. The hotel though is a bit disappointing, I expected more from a 4* hotel. Average room, long empty aisles, average breakfast, and frankly speaking awful location. But if you don’t care and just want to chill out a couple of days at the spa, it’s a good place indeed.