Experience scuba diving at the world’s deepest pool in Hotel Terme Millepini, Italy

Bring the entire family to Hotel Terme Millepini in Montegrotto Terme, Italy, and take a dip at the world’s deepest pool.

If you are planning a trip to Italy with the entire family, you must include a visit to the Montegrotto Terme commune in the province of Padua, and stay at the Hotel Terme Millepini, which boasts of having the world’s deepest pool. Montegrotto Terme is located 7 miles from the city of Padua, and 28 miles from Venice. It is known as a resort town which has numerous attractions including a number of spas, century-old villas, restaurants, bars, specialty shops, the Butterfly Arc e Butterfly House and Fairies' Forest, and the Area Archeologica di Viale Stazione/Via degli Scavi.

Built in 1977 and renovated in 2013, Hotel Terme Millepini has 100 rooms ranging from the classic rooms, comfort rooms, and the elegance rooms. All the rooms are equipped with top-notch amenities including a private balcony and free wi-fi internet access. Facilities and services include a spa with thermal therapies, a restaurant, bar, fitness center, solarium, business center and a children’s playground. The hotel can organize outdoor activities upon request. Hotel Terme Millepini boasts of the deepest indoor pool in the world, duly recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records. The Y-40 pool, designed by by architect Emanuele Boaretto was opened in 2014. It is 138ft deep, contains 4.3 million liters of thermal water, with a temperature between 32 and 34 °C. It features platforms at various depths, underwater caves, and if you are a little afraid to take a plunge in the pool, you can enjoy the view from a suspended and transparent, underwater tunnel. Guests can also experience free diving and scuba diving in the pool.

Ready to take a plunge in the world’s deepest pool?  Consult your travel agent and book a room at Hotel Terme Millepini. 

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