The property is located in Terni city of San Valentino and convenient starting point for visiting Umbria. The city is located in a central location, well connected and easily accessible from all parts of Italy and Rome, which is about 100 kilometers. The hotel is known for its friendly and welcoming atmosphere, popular with guests who can really feel at home
Convenient and comfortable rooms all have minibar, air conditioning, satellite TV, wired high speed internet, private facilities
24h reception, lift, restaurant, TV room, bar, conference room, parking, air conditioning, safe, Terrace
Small allowed prior notification at the time of booking. Expected a supplement of ? 10,00 per day to be paid locally
Check in: from 14.00 onwards
Check out: by 12.00
Surroundings of Terni
Terni has three thousand years of history and a common thread: the change. It 'a city that has Umbrian-Sabine pre-Roman origins (and jealously preserves the exhibits in the new archaeological museum of the former Siri-Chaos in via Campofregoso). Then it became the Roman town of Interamna Nahars, which are powerful signs in the walls and in the amphitheater next to the Duomo. In the early centuries of Christianity it refers to the figure of St. Valentine, bishop of Terni and protector of lovers throughout the world, whose remains are venerated in the Basilica on the hill just above the city center. Terni preserved medieval buildings, such as the sanctuary of St. Francis and St. Savior's Church, Renaissance and seventeenth century as the Cathedral and many of the palaces of the center storico.Ma a great new and extraordinary change and embroiled in the decades following the Unification of 'Italy, when the new state decided to amplify the Terni industrial vocation, determined by geographical location and above all the enormous power from the exploitation of the Nera and Velino. In a few years they were built the large steel mill, the Arms Factory and other imposing industrial complexes. The population quintupled. Terni then became the most important industrial city in central Italy and also its urban fabric changed radicalmente.Durante the Second World War the city was partially destroyed by Allied bombing. After the war leading architects and urban planners will again redrew the face. Today Terni continues to cultivate his vocation to change and modernity, hosting new cultural facilities also retrieved in old factories, contemporary sculptures in various locations, festivals and innovative research initiatives, a modern industrial district and a pole university.