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Hotel Antiche Terme Ariston Molino has one of the most romantic stories you have ever heard. Many years ago, in fact, there used to be a mill on this land that was used as an inn, but was eventually knocked down in 1888 to make space for the spa. Between 1915-1918 the building was turned into a military hospital and then became the official typography of the Commander-in-chief.
This is where all the war bulletins were prepared along with the tricolour leaflets that D’Annunzio’s Serenissima Squadriglia chucked out of their planes when flying over Vienna.
In 1938 Ernesto Buja, grandfather of Giancarlo, the current owner, bought the activity and decided to turn it into a spa yet maintaining the historical atmosphere of the ages that had made its history.