Hotel Caesius Thermae & Spa Resort, Lake Garda
Outstanding Value18% discount for stays of 3 nights or more completed between 01 - 14 Jun 13.
14% discount for stays of 3 nights or more completed between 15 - 31 May 13.
9% discount for stays of 3 nights or more completed betweem 01 - 14 May 13.
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About Hotel Caesius Thermae & Spa ResortLocated just outside the resort of Bardolino, Hotel Caesius Thermae & Spa Resort is set within beautiful landscaped gardens, just across the road from the shores of Lake Garda. There are five swimming pools within the garden complex, two of which are for children's exclusive use. The olive garden is an ideal place for those seeking tranquillity and a peaceful spot for total relaxation. The resort boasts a wellness spa and beauty centre, with a wide range of facilities including thermal baths, sauna, Turkish bath and an Ayurvedico Centre, where personalised treatment programmes are available. Outside the hotel, a 15-minute stroll along the lakefront will take you to the nearby town of Bardolino. Many great family attractions such as Gardaland and Aqua Paradise park can be found only a short drive away.
AccommodationMain Building Rooms with Balcony measure 19-25m² and feature air conditioning, satellite TV, telephone, wifi, minibar, tea & coffee making facilities and a safe. The bathroom has a bathtub or shower, bathrobes, slippers and a hairdryer. Rooms have a balcony or terrace.
Main Building Rooms with Balcony and Pool View are as above but include a view of the pool.
Augustus Building Suites with Balcony or Terrace measure 45-50m² and are located in one of the Augustus buildings, separated from the main building. The Suites feature a double bedroom with satellite TV and telephone, and a living room with a double sofa bed and table and chairs. The bathroom has a bathtub and separate shower. The suites have a large balcony or terrace.
Dining GuideBenacus Restaurant
Benacus is the hotel's main restaurant open for breakfast and dinner. A wide selection of foods is available for breakfast from the buffet, whilst in the evening you will be served a four-course meal. Salads and desserts can be chosen from the buffet. Guests on half board eat here and have a choice of dinner from the half board or the à la carte menu.
Le Vele Restaurant
Open during the summer, Le Vele is situated in the garden in front of the main swimming pool. This is the ideal place to enjoy an open-air breakfast or for dining in the evening.
Augustus Terrace Restaurant
Open during peak periods in the summer, the Augustus serves breakfast and dinner (dinner is on a request) exclusively for guests staying in the Augustus building (Family Suites).
The Gazebo Bar
Is located next to the main outdoor swimming pool and is open during the summer months while the pool is in use. Serving light lunches, drinks and snacks.
- 3 Restaurants (1 Main Restaurant)
- 2 Bars
- 3 Swimming Pools
- 2 Children's Pools
- Indoor pool
- Olive Garden
- Caesius Wellness Spa
- Thermal Centre
- Caesius Beauty Centre
- Ayurvedic Centre
- Children's playroom
- Bicycle hire
InformationThe hotel has 185 air-conditioned rooms.
Transfer time from Verona airport: 1 hour.
Child prices apply to ages 2-12 years.
Minimum stay 3 nights.
Official Rating 4 Star.
About Lake Garda
The largest of the Italian Lakes, Lake Garda stretches between the Alps and the Dolomites, embracing a diverse scenery, ranging from low-lying countryside on its southern borders and rising to the north with perpendicular cliffs...
The largest of the Italian Lakes, Lake Garda stretches between the Alps and the Dolomites, embracing a diverse scenery, ranging from low-lying countryside on its southern borders and rising to the north with perpendicular cliffs draped in pine forests. Sheltered in a natural suntrap, the area around Lake Garda enjoys a warm climate in which olive groves and lemon orchards flourish.
From the southern banks of Lake Garda lies the charming town of Desenzano, gazing out over to the Alps. A network of piazze, al fresco cafés and boutiques contrast beautifully with its three large beaches.
Once a fishing village, Garda has become a colourful holiday resort, much favoured by Italian holidaymakers and opera fans due to its proximity to Verona, as well as being greatly appreciated by wine connoisseurs who make frequent trips to neighbouring vineyards in Bardolino.
From its lush gardens a path snakes through densely wooded arbours of the Acquapazza valley. Gardone Riviera's lakeside promenade is lined with intellectual cafés and artistic trattorias offering the gracious charms of a bygone era.
Set on the western shore of Lake Garda, Gargnano has been favoured by the rich and famous for many years and today this can be seen in the fine villas, palaces and beautiful gardens which still remain. The old town of Gargnano on the lake shore is dominated by a main square and a pretty small port.
Limone, as its name suggests, alludes to the first lemon orchards planted in Europe. It is a magical place with old fishermens houses, narrow winding streets and lemon groves dominating the shores.
Malcesine, one of the most charming towns on Garda's eastern shore, nestled by olive groves and sage coloured hills. A funicular climbs up Monte Baldo where scenic walks can be enjoyed in summer on its famous ski slopes.
Riva, sheltered by Monte Rochetta and exuding a gentle and unhurried atmosphere, characterised by a medieval old town with one foot in a picturesque fishing harbour and the other raised to the 14th century castle.
Salò is a much sought after resort amongst informed cognoscenti offering an exciting choice of bars, cafés and inventive restaurants, specialising in regional dishes.
Set on a narrow promontory on the southern shore of Lake Garda, Sirmione is prized for its strategic location and gentle enchantments since ancient Roman times. At the entrance to the little town, which time seems to have passed by, rise the impressive fortifications of Rocca Scaligera.
Torbole enjoys a privileged location between the north-west slopes of Monte Baldo and the mouth of the Sarca river. The area is favoured by windsurf enthusiasts and walkers who meet for cheerful refreshment at its quaint harbourside.
A lovely, unspoiled village Tremosine is sheltered from mass tourism by harmonious landscapes, cascading waterfalls, thick oak woods and ancient olive and chestnut groves.