Terme di Saturnia Spa & Golf Resort
What We Love
- Jetsetter 2015 Best of the Best Winner: Best for Wellness
- Daily buffet breakfast is included in the Jetsetter rate
- The four warm water swimming pools and Jacuzzis are replenished with pure mineral-rich water from the local hot springs. On Friday and Saturday nights in August you can bathe by candlelight and live music until 1 a.m.
- The 53-room spa offers brightening gold facials, and anti-aging treatments using ingredients extracted from Antarctic ice
- The hotel’s 18-hole championship golf course is just 300 feet away
What To Know
- Despite its countless awards and Michelin-starred restaurant, the hotel has a refreshingly unpretentious, relaxed atmosphere
- Pet-friendly rooms available upon request
- Because the hot springs are rich in sulphur, the pool has an unusual odor, but this disappears as soon as you settle into the blissful, warm waters
- A city tax of approximately $3 per person, per night, will be collected by the hotel at checkout
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
In southern Tuscany’s Maremma region, Terme di Saturnia Spa & Golf Resort is a holistic hideaway surrounded by rolling hills and ancient hilltop towns. Despite its glitzy clientele, this hotel isn’t about obvious glamour, it’s about understated sophistication. Once you’ve made it past the parking lot lined with gleaming Ferraris, you’ll find interiors that use local stone and natural wood, a soothing thermal swimming pool fed by a sulphur-rich spring, a world-class spa and a Michelin-starred restaurant that serves classic Tuscan dishes. It’s a magnet for well-heeled weekenders looking to unwind and indulge.
Bed and Bath
The room categories range from entry level Comfort Rooms to elaborate Grand Suites, which have a kingsize bed, two bathrooms and a spacious lounge. All rooms have been designed with a “habitat philosophy” — natural palettes and subtle lighting — and overlook the rolling Tuscan hills or the steamy swimming pool. The enormous marble-clad bathrooms are stocked with the hotel’s house brand products, which are made from thermal plankton. All rooms come with a pool kit: fluffy robes, slippers and towels.
There are two superb restaurants: Aqualuce, for candlelit Mediterranean dining overlooking the steaming waters, and All’Acquacotta, a Michelin-starred restaurant that serves classic Tuscan dishes made with organic, locally grown ingredients. The daily selection of seared local fish and the decadent nougat crème brûlée are particular highlights, and the wine list is a corker, naturally. As well as fine dining, this hotel packs a punch when it comes to pampering. Its spa offers an array of medical and fitness programs, as well as an extensive treatment menu inspired by the healing local waters: think plankton-based creams and clay body wraps. The famous 24K gold facial is sure to leave you glowing.
In the Area
Borrow one of the hotel’s bicycles and ride to the medieval town of Saturnia. The steep 20-minute ride offers views of olive groves and rustic farmhouses at every turn — not to mention the stone castle that crowns the hill. The nearby town of Montemerano dates back to the Middle Ages; clamber up its winding streets to the stunning Piazza del Castello. Rome and Siena are each about two hours away.
How to Get There
We stayed for one night. Very relaxing hotel but very high in price . Service of the staff was outstanding. We booked a Deluxe room which was very nice but nothing more to add about it.... you may expect something more for approximately Euro 500.00 per night !!! Pool with the thermal water was very pleasant after getting used to the sulfur odor ( H2SO4).
We dined outside so nothing about the restaurants. Checkout time is 11:00 AM ( too early) but guests can continue enjoying the pool for the rest of the day.
Hotel surrounds the source of volcanic water and the structure is immersed in the silent Maremma
Breakfast : good
High-level SPA services (massages and facials)
Restaurant : good
Pool services and bar: good
The strong point remains in any case the thaumaturgical power of the waters that instills an immediate sense of well-being and body mind harmony
I'll be back as soon as possible
Great place to relax, enjoying the impeccable hospitality of the Terme di Saturnia staff and the top notch hotel and spa. Great food in the area, 4-5 top wine and food experience in few km radius. Vineyards to visit and lots more. A week there and you don’t get the time to try all of this.
Two top attractions, in my opinion, the spa pool is built just on top of the thermal source, the water is warm and chilling out in the pool is fantastic.
And If you are a golfer, you have 18 holes within the complex, very nice course. Give it a try with the pro Giuseppe who’s incredibly good and encouraging and don’t forget to get a byte at the club house....superb traditional cuisine.
Expensive but worth it.
The hotel is very nice. Situated just under the old town of Saturnia and a 2 kilometers from the famous "Cascata del Mulino". It was renovated and expanded, from an ancient petit hotel. The principal pool stands just over the thermal spring. The water is very clear and has some algae floating. Very natural. It has dry sauna and Hammam. The environment is wide and has many armchairs. Very good facilities. Beside I dont play golf, it has a nice court.
In general terms the staff is excellent; at the front desk, the cleaners, at the restaurant and at the bars.
The Restaurant is expensive and medium quality. Has a bad ratio quality/price. And sometimes the maitre puts pressure on you, with impatience, to decide what are you going to order.
The only thing that is not homogeneous are the masseurs. Some are very good and others do not do their best in the massages. Try to find out very well who is doing your massage and how good is she.
Such a let-down was hard to imagine when we arrived recently. We had booked for the Thermal Baths which are part of this hotel and we therefore drove up the gated hotel entrance. I buzzed and explained, the person who responded said something which could not be heard as the sound quality was dreadful. When I questioned their response they opened the gate and slammed the phone down. Nice. We then asked a hotel car park man and he directed us, we needed another road as the baths have a different road. So we followed his directions and with alot of difficulty we found the right place. NO signposts. We parked in the alloted car park and then it took us 15 minutes to find the right door!!!!
Having debated leaving we stuck with it and phoned reception for help, she came out and showed us the way. Well luckily the pool was FANTASTIC and an amazing experience but the structure seems to be falling apart and really needs alot of repair as well as some new and trained staff.
Despite the water I vowed never to return. Shame.