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Terme di Saturnia Spa & Golf Resort
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Reviewed 22 November 2006

Hotel Terme di Saturnia was the last of three stops (Villa Zuccari and Fonte di Medici) on a three week holiday to Italy in September, 2006. Since my husband has MS and is very dependent on a wheelchair, accessibility was an important factor in planning our trip. Having stayed at Hotel Terme di Saturnia previously in 2003 when my husband had greater mobility, we were familiar with the facility and felt confident that it would be wheelchair-friendly. We were not disappointed.
We had a junior suite which had a handicapped bathroom with a wheel in shower and sink and grab bars, as well as a regular bathroom with a tub and separate shower stall. The room was large enough to comfortably maneuver a wheelchair. The dining rooms, bar, lounge areas, gift shops and many of the spa treatment rooms are on the first floor and easily accessible by wheelchair. Prior to our arrival when I contacted the spa to schedule treatments, I explained my husband's physical limitations. They were very helpful in suggesting the appropriate treatments for him and for arranging treatments in ground level rooms. Access to the pool was a bit of a challenge. However, the pool attendants were very attentive and were always available to assist in whatever way they could.
Hotel Terme di Saturnia initially can be a bit intimidating to first time English-speaking only visitors, in as much as it is an European spa and a large number of guests are not speaking English. However, many of the staff, particularly those in key positions, speak English quite well and are extremely courteous and helpful. The exception is the spa where many of those providing treatments have limited English-speaking skills. That really is not a problem, since gestures and a few words can easily facilitate communication.
During this visit and our previous visit at no time did we feel that, as Americans, we were treated any differently than the European guests. In fact, we sensed that there was a genuine interest in attracting more U.S. visitors. A new golf course is in the works.
One changed we noticed since our last visit was that upon arrival guests were given an orientation of the facility. Our orientation was given by Marcella who almost daily inquired as to whether we had questions or any special needs. Another new feature was a singles table in the dining room for any guests who were alone and wished to meet others. Almost every night there was a staff member at the table to assist the guests. It appeared to be quite successful. With regard to the dining room, we were more than pleased with the variety and quality of food at both breakfast and dinner. Desserts were works of art! Overall the service was excellent and dining poolside was a real treat.
Hotel Terme di Saturnia is expensive, however we felt that all things considered, it was worth what we paid for our seven nights stay. We would highly recommend Hotel Terme di Saturnia to anyone who wants a truely relaxing Italian country side experience in a first class setting.

  • Stayed: September 2006, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 10 September 2006

Hotel Terme di Saturnia is a lovely, yet expensive, spa/resort in the south of Tuscany. It's hard to find as there are no signs to the property as there are for the majority of hotels, B&Bs, etc in Italy.

TIP: Call the hotel and get directions as the roads are slow and winding, travel times are much longer than anticipated. Hotel Terme di Saturnia's main entrance is a gated area with a marble waterfall. The word SATURNIA is behind the water and is very difficult to see in daylight nad impossible to see at night. Arrive during the day.

The majority of the guests at this spa are Italians and are over 50. Don't expect to find a young crowd here. The spa services are good, food is nice and the thermal pools, although sulfur smelling, are quite relaxing.

Our major complaint, other than the very high price, was that the hotel seems to be slightly intolerant of English speaking people, and especially Americans. TIP: Learn plenty of Italian and you will have a better experiance.

The rooms are spacious and comfortable. The beds are much harder than in most luxury hotels. You will find marble everywhere! It's very much what one would expect in Italy.

It this the Fountain of Youth? Based on the age of the clientele, perhaps. But if you are looking for a luxury spa, this is the place. Once you complete your visit here, make sure you visit Pitligiano. It's beautiful.

  • Stayed: September 2006, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 18 August 2006

I went to the Spa with my Mum, we had a wonderful 4 Days of girly relaxation, treatments and good food. The rooms were very large and comfortable, there were treatments, pools, showers and relaxation area's for every taste, the staff were very pleasant although spa staff spoke little english. It is a long drive from the airport but it was worth the distance, I would go again either as a girls break or just with my mum, also I would like to return with my husband as next year they open the Golf course and this will make it the perfect short trip. Excellent all round.

  • Stayed: June 2006, travelled with family
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Reviewed 14 May 2006

I love this place, although I do know other people who aren't keen on the all-pervading sulphur smell.

It's not cheap, but the staff are charming and the rooms fine - not five star but perfectly comfortable and clean. The basket of goodies in the room was a nice touch, and we were charmed by the fact that even the children were given fluffy white bathrobes to wear.

We enjoyed the food which was fairly light, lots of fresh local produce and well cooked and presented.

The actual spa is extraordinary. Warm, sulferous water in ever permutation imaginable. I can't personally recommend drinking it although many people do. We enjoyed swimming, lolling, standing under the various theraputic fountains. There was a great mix of people there, some older but also plenty of younger couples and enough families with children that we didn't feel out of place.

I haven't been to spas in the US, I imagine it's probably not as luxurious as some but we found it fun and very relaxing.

  • Stayed: August 2004
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Reviewed 11 April 2006

This is one of the most unique places in the world and the management knows it. If you are looking for value, forget it. A stay here should be clasified as an extravagant splurge in your budget. The rooms, staff and spa are true old world european. As such expect to pay. pay and pay. Worth a trip once in your life.

On the down side, the restaurant is mediocre. The club is quaint and the staff incredibly compliant.

  • Stayed: September 2005
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