The Halls

The "Galleria delle bibite"

In the Galleria delle bibite, seven ceramic panels represent the stages of life: Childhood, Adolescence, Maturity, Old Age, alternated with Beauty, the Spring and Strength, works by Basilio Cascella (1927), one after the other as in a film.
The sequence of panels follows the route of the thermal water drink and expresses the desire to recreate a natural setting indoors, to express in an even stronger way the sacredness of water and its metamorphosis into life.

The park and the therapeutic function of nature

Thermal parks are regarded as essential contributing factors of the therapeutic effect, together with the treatment, because of the influence nature can activate in our psyche.
Based on the Anglo-French model and designed for the enjoyment of the senses and eyesight, the park of the Tettuccio thermal baths has a varied structure, from flowerbeds with flowers and evergreen plants, from groups of trees to the garden: this is all in line with the architecture of the Thermal Baths and with traditional Italian Renaissance and Baroque models.
Precisely to increase the therapeutic effect of your holiday at the thermal baths, inside the park there are fitness programmes and outdoor activities taking place when the area is open to the general public.

The rooms

All rooms in the Tettuccio thermal baths can be rented separately,

Sala Regina - Art Nouveau in the historic Regina room standing on a small hill inside the century- old Tettuccio park. 230 sq m of history and class. There is a large arcade running around the structure. A secret garden at the back and all the excitement of immersing yourself in a unique setting in terms of elegance, charm and tradition. Moving on from Regina room in the park there is the round temple built in 1937 on the thermal water spring itself.
Precisely because of its elegance, this room is particularly suitable for private receptions and ceremonies.
Technical notes: the room does not have any heating or air conditioning; the skylight ceiling means the room cannot be fully darkened.

Sala Portoghesi - Designed by contemporary Roman architect, the 400 sq m room has 12 wooden pillars with the appearance of a tree and a large stained glass skylight. At the top is a wide gallery. This an ideal setting for presentations, dinners, fashion shows and exhibitions. An example of Art Nouveau reinterpreted in the early 2000s, with clear reminiscences of the soaring design towards the sky typical of the great Gothic cathedrals.
Technical notes: the room does not have any heating or air conditioning; the skylight ceiling means the room cannot be fully darkened.

Sala Nencini - Lounge designed by the eponymous architect. a 90 sq m multipurpose area, ideal for exhibitions.
Technical notes: the room does not have any heating or air conditioning; the glass walls mean the room cannot be fully darkened.

Sala di Scrittura - Extremely refined 150 sq m room frescoed with a series of decorations inspired by the themes of youth, joy, communication and progress. The original interiors, chandeliers and furniture are a guarantee of style and elegance.
Technical notes: the room does not have any heating or air conditioning.

Caffè Storico Tettuccio - Still open and running, it retains the old Art Nouveau interiors. On the walls are important paintings depicting local landscapes, which add a picturesque charming and original touch. 700 sq m of space for cocktails, business lunches, coffee breaks and special dinners. It has a main building with large porticoes and outdoor areas.
Technical notes: the café does not have any heating or air conditioning.

All the areas of Montecatini Thermal Baths are available rental for photo shoots, film shoots and events.
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Events at the Tettuccio thermal baths

The Tettuccio establishment is certainly the symbol of Montecatini's Thermal Baths and its most prestigious location, where the town's official events and celebrations take place.
With its grandeur and sumptuous decorations, the Tettuccio thermal baths are the ideal place for anyone looking for historic and new locations for memorable events.
Inside the thermal complex are a number of extremely beautiful indoor and outdoor areas with an extraordinary ambiance available as a location for events.
(The various areas and rooms can be rented separately).

Ideal and picturesque location for weddings

Weddings with a civil ceremony can be celebrated inside the thermal complex surrounded by the park's delightful natural setting. (Regional Committee Resolution No. 201 dated 18 May 2011, which establishes the separate Civil Registry Office at Terme Tettuccio).

Historical and architectural notes

The "rito delle acque" (Italian for water ceremony) is held in the thermal temples and Tettuccio is the thermal temple par excellence.
Rebuilt by architect Ugo Giovannozzi between 1923 and 1927, this complex draws on the architectural models of old thermal baths.
The complex of bright white stone was the pride and joy of Italy's thermal sector, which with this building want back to the origins of Thermae, for which Romans had a special worship Indeed the structure of the complex draws on the architectural models of the Roman Empire: colonnades, rotundas, gables, friezes, scrolls, thermal windows and decorations blend into the architecture of the thermal baths, of the Renaissance-Baroque gardens with fountains, pools and caves.
The Tettuccio thermal baths were intended as the model of “citadel of water, amusements and culture”, which was popular during the period when thermal baths were in vogue in Italy. Indeed, inside the structure there is a café, the writing room, the bookshop, the Gallery of ships and a monumental park.

Also the picturesque nature of the the word contributes to defining the atmosphere: “balsamo che tolto vien di sotterra e s’apre al chiaro giorno“("balm that comes from below the ground and opens to the clear day", a line from an ode by Giuseppe Parini) in the architrave of the semicircular colonnade, and “il suon che di dolcezza i sensi lega” ("the sound that binds the senses with sweetness", a line from a sonnet by Petrarca) in the frieze of the music pavilion: they emphasize the many functions and evocative power of this complex.