Hotel Saturnia

Via Ruinaglia 4/6, Rome, Lazio, 00184, Italy | 2 star hotel
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Turin to Rome

A travel blog entry by supersazza

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Arrived in Rome on Sunday, after a 7 hour train journey from Turin. Even though I have been to Italy before, this is my first trip to Rome and absolutely loving it!! In summary, over the past four days days I have visited Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, Pantheon, St Peter's Square, Vatican Museum, Sistine Chapel, St Peter's Basilica, Basicila di …

Rome day 2

A travel blog entry by jwestman

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... even if at the end we all had bad necks.... Nadia then took us into the St Peters Basilica and explained the various tombs, popes and decoration found within.... I know we all found it amazing... We left Nadia (and the sun came out) and looked around St Peters square before heading off tote Piazza Navona with its fountains.... A short walk later we entered the Pantheon before heading to the Trevi fountain. ...

Heights, ruins, and 2 churches

A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee

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... without the rain, I doubt if I would have wanted to go to more than one museum a day. And I don’t ride the public transit, because I want to get the exercise from walking. The positive thing about the pass is that I was up and out early all three days, motivated to at least try to get my money’s worth—ha!

The latest weather forecast, for what it’s worth, predicts showers for the next 2 days and then 3 days of partly cloudy or even mostly sunny! I can ...

Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears....

A travel blog entry by abroadwith3boys

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... Chapel. Beautiful museum. Beautiful Paintings, Not so beautiful crowds and not so helpful employees. We have found that the people who work at the tourist sites in Rome are lacking in friendliness, helpfulness and organization. I guess they know that no matter their behaviour, the tourists will still visit and visit we did. We were shushed by guards in the Sistine chapel, Jim was chastised for taking a picture ...

Walking, Vatican

A travel blog entry by cherylash

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A really good night sleep helps the next day. We both felt great after Dubai, and the 6hr flight was good too. We both watched several movies.
Unfortunately our pre arranged transport didnt arrive so we managed a lift with another mob.
Hotel Centro is in a pretty good spot, and we are dong lots of walking exploring everything we ...

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Location

This 2 star hotel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore, Appian Line Tours Rome, Teatro dell'Opera, and Santa Pudenziana.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Saturnia Rome

    Stay Away People! It's Filthy, Dangerous & Inhospitable

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    Don't know where to start, this hotel is AWFUL. Small rooms, we can deal with, but not small, dirty, dangerous, unfinished, unsecure rooms that you can barely open the door to enter. We knew we had blundered when we were advised not to walk around the surrounding streets after dark by the agency taxi driver who brought us from the airport. Light sockets and plug points were hanging out of the walls, with an earth wire clearly visible. The television was broken, the lightshade consisted of two paper napkins on a bare bulb - fire hazard! and the glass shelf above the filthy sink was hanging out of the wall. The door barely opened enough for a person to enter, let alone a person with a suitcase, and was in a state of disrepair - see our attached pics! This was a third floor room. The first floor rooms seemed to be completely different, with new doors and more secure-looking locks. In fact, the first floor just looked cleaner in general - this is clearly where the pictures they use in brochures and web advertising come from.

    A surprisingly good 2 star in the heart of rome

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    While this hotel was not the most luxurious or decadent it's helpful and personable staff made up for that 10-fold! i stayed for three nights last week - everything was clean and safe. just what you would expect in a cheap but central hotel. being able to step out the door and stumble upon the colosseum, roman forum and termini station basically ensures you get to see all of rome very easily. i would most definitely recommend it!

    Nice hotel

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    Stayed here for 4 nights (november 5- 9). It is literally 4 blocks in from Termini station. We took a train from Venice and got off and it was so easy to find! The hotel is really very nice and the staff was wonderful to us. They helped us book Carrani Tours and we paid for them at check out. We had room 404 and they made up the king size bed into 2 twins for my sister and I. We had a deluxe room with new jacuzzi shower. I had to laugh at that thing. Breakfast downstairs was good (hard boiled eggs, pasteries, yogurt, breads, cakes, tarts, meat. cheese, all kinds of coffee/tea/juices.) Very good hotel overall..

    Can't recommend

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    The staff was outstanding and very accomodating and helpful. The breakfast was good for Italian hotels which consider slices of bread and jam the norm. However, the rooms, had serious mold and odor issues even in the renovated rooms. We had to change rooms three times in four days. We paid $848 (American) for four nights which was outrageous for what we received.

    Hot, stuffy and old Saturnia

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    Location is approximately 10mins from the train station - halfway between station and the Colloseum. Not a bad little neighbourhood - nice selection of restaurants and convenience stores.

    Basic but good location

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    Good location only 10 minutes to colosseum and Vittor Emmanuelle II monument. However compared to other budget hotels we have stayed in - it really is very basic. Reasonably clean but some mould in shower. Air conditioning was a floor unit which did not work at all well in 35 degree heat and also required the condensed water to be emptied periodically throughout the night. Didn't bother with TV (local channels) but minibar was useful as a refrigerator. Had pre-ordered a cot but this only arrived in the evening after much persuasion. One of our party stayed in the converted attic room which appeared complete and is very nice. The only down side is that you have to climb 4 floors and the upper floor a spiral staircase has no light fitting as yet! Staff friendly although some of the advice given eg taxi fares not quite accurate. Breakfast reasonable - cornflakes, croissant, rolls, ham, cheese, fruit and coffees.

    You get what you pay for.

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    This was about the cheapest hotel I could find in a cental location. If I wanted a better hotel then I should have paid more, but I was happy with what I got. It was old and in need of some repairs in places, but clean and comfortable. The continental breakfast was as good as in ANY priced hotel - cereals & milk, fruit juice, coffee, tea, croissants, bread rolls, meats etc.

    Nothing was too much trouble for the guy on the front desk. I doubt you will get better for the price and location.

    Avoid it like the plague!!!

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    We stayed at the Hotel Saturnia for three nights in july 2005, and it was horrible. Our first night were spent in a tiny room, the air condition and minifridge fortunately worked, but the tv was just static. The bathroom were also tiny, with a moldy and dirty shower. The previous guest had also forgotten to remove all his underweare from the drawer...

    Horrible!!

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    This hotel was worse than a South American Hostel where you would pay a fraction of the price.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Saturnia Rome

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent