ST. PETER’S SPA
An oasis of wellbeing in the heart of Rome
Welcome to the St. Peter’s Spa, a 900 m2 wellness centre located within the Crowne Plaza Rome – St. Peter’s hotel.
Surrounded by greenery and set in a quiet residential area, the wellness centre is located in the Aurelio-Vaticano area, minutes from Villa Pamphili and just 5 km from the Vatican City.
The St. Peter’s Spa includes:
Roman Baths with a heated indoor pool, hydromassage pool, sauna, Turkish bath, a relaxation area with sun-loungers and a herbal tea corner, open daily from 9 am to 9 pm.
The gym is open 24 hours a day with a weights room equipped with Technogym machines and a dedicated room for fitness courses and lessons with a personal trainer.
The centre provides changing rooms with lockers and ample free parking facilities.
The Spa (indoor pool, whirlpool, sauna, Turkish bath, showers) will be closed for maintainance works: From 7 to 15 of January 2020
WHERE WE ARE
Would you like further information or clarification? Have a look at your Frequently Asked Questions section or contact us at 06.6642740
The St. Peter’s Spa is open from 9 am to 9 pm daily.
- We ask our guests to wear a swimming costume, flip flops and a swimming cap.
The St. Peter’s Spa provides two changing rooms equipped with lockers and showers for guest use.
To ensure our guests a calm and peaceful experience, children under 16 years of age are not admitted to the Spa
The St. Peter’s Spa offers its guests use of a large car par, free of charge.
Appointments may be cancelled free of charge up to 24 hours beforehand. Cancellations received between 24 and 12 hours beforehand will be subject to a charge of 50% of the total cost of the appointment value. In the event of cancellations received less than 12 hours before the appointment time, or in the even of a no-show, the entire cost of the treatment will be charged.
You can contact us at 06 6642740 and we will do our best to accommodate you.
There is no time limit on the length of your stay within the centre for those who purchase admission to the Roman Baths.