Abano Grand Hotel
  • The Abano Grand Hotel in the Italian town of Padua, just 45 minutes from Venice, was made famous in a recent episode of ABC's The Bachelorette. Fans who want to recreate the TV experience can book the hotel's Bachelorette Romance package, complete with couples massage, romantic dinner and a bottle of Prosecco.
    Abano Grand Hotel
  • Set on six acres and surrounded by a large garden of olive trees, palms and tropical plants, the classic European spa hotel includes 189 guest rooms and features elegant design adorned with unique art and antiques from the eighteenth century.
    Abano Grand Hotel
  • For guests looking for a spectacular suite, the hotel's Imperial Suite -- priced at $2,377 per night offers the ultimate in luxury. The suite has two rooms designed in Louis XV style plus a furnished balcony overlooking the town. The living room (pictured) offers a desk and business area.
    Abano Grand Hotel
  • Pictured here is the Imperial Suite master bedroom. Bedrooms feature either king bed or twin singles. It includes a walk-in closet, turn-down service and special amenities.
    Abano Grand Hotel
  • Pictured here is the entryway to suite's second bedroom.
    Abano Grand Hotel
  • The bedroom is connected to a marble bathroom with large tub and shower.
    Abano Grand Hotel
  • Pictured here, the Imperial Suite dining room.
    Abano Grand Hotel
  • The hotel's stand-out amenity is the world-class Anti-Aging Thermal Spa complete with medically-sanctioned spa mud farm, fitness center, beauty salon and three thermal pools with natural water from underground springs. All beauty products used onsite are Italian-made by The Borile Group. Venezia Spa, pictured here, opened in April 2014 after a $2 million renovation.
    Abano Grand Hotel
  • The pool at Abano Grand Hotel.
    Abano Grand Hotel
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