"Dedicated to those pursuing a dream in life, to harder, the obstinate, who falls and rises again, to those who try always and never gives up!"
Spa overlooking the water
Our new spa, which overlooks the water, was opened at the end of 2016, and represents the latest addition to the Continental Terme Hotel Spa. Designed as an architecturally elevated structure beside the pool area, it offers a beautiful view of the Euganean Hills and it represents the quintessence of the Continental Terme Hotel wellness concept. The rest is history. nowadays, the heirs of Marcello Bernardi still treasure his teaching and follow with the same enthusiasm the way he marked 32 years ago.
- 2010 - 2015
Spa Thalasso and Nettuno swimming pool
- 1996 - 2010
A new facing
After the creation of these rooms, the hotel had the greatest number of suites in the Euganean Basin. The Continental has undergone many innovations from its origins but the guests has always been showing their appreciation for them. In the last years two more pools, a fitness room and the Beauty farm has been built.
- 1985 -1995
The reconstruction started with the creation of the third swimming- pool, the renovation of the rooms, of the restaurant and of the Spa. the works were long and hard and the guests often complained for this building site that never closed. nevertheless, the Management absolutely had to go on and respect their engagement. In the 90s the building of a new wing with the suites type “Classic” was followed by the creation of a second one, which would host 35 suites type “Modern”.
The change of ownership
In 1985 Marcello Bernardi had already been Hotel manager for 20 years as he bought the Continental Hotel from Boaretto Family. The Hotel was built at the beginning of the 60s and soon distinguished itself for its elegance and refinement. Year after year renovation and modernization were needed, so the new management were forced to rebuilt the Hotel and its park.
The Continental Terme Hotel’s birthThe Hotel was built at the beginning of the 50s and soon distinguished itself for its elegance and refinement. Among its guests there were many Italian and foreign nobles.