The Family Hotel Primavera, located in Levico Terme, Italy, caters to guests traveling with children. Rooms feature beautiful Mediterranean tile, satellite televisions, private bathrooms, and in-room safes. Family rooms come complete with bunk beds, and two additional beds, or cribs, can be requested at no additional charge. The hotel has an onsite buffet-style restaurant that serves three meals a day. A seasonal outdoor swimming pool is surrounded by meticulously landscaped gardens. Kids can spend the day at the kid’s club with the hotel’s talented animation staff. There are several lakes, hiking trails, and bike paths near the hotel.
Our Editor Loves
- The kid's club
- Indoor activities for rainy days
- The outdoor swimming pool
- Water Sports
- Children Programs
- Family Room 5+
- Free Wi-Fi
- Game Room
- Onsite Dining
We went to this hotel with our two girls, ages 2 and 6. The owners are lovely and extremely helpful. The rooms are nice and cozy. There is a lot to do for the whole family, specially for the kids, with a nice playground and a swimming pool. The nannies are wonderful, very good at entertaining the kids and also very helpful with parents. We loved all the activities, such as visiting farms and hiking. The food was also really nice and freshly made every day. We had a memorable week and we hope to go back soon! Thank you Roberta, Nicola and Michele for the amazing job. You made us feel home. See you next year!
I have visited several hotels and structures but I haven't yet seen yet a so kids-friendly hotel as Family Hotel Primavera is. The whole structure and the whole organization works around kids and all efforts are made to make their stay (and parents' stay) happy and enjoyable.
Baby-sitting services, swimming pool, playground, food, evening entartainment, pic-nics, all is made to please kids.
I am going to spend one week this summer with my 2 daughters, for the second year in a row.
Only negative comment: no wi-fi, just one shared computer in the reception hall, this makes very hard to get in touch with the rest of the world...