Terme Di Saturnia Spa And Golf
A tranquil Tuscan spa retreat
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What it is
A spa-centric resort in the Tuscan hills
What it isn't
A lively, party-centric spot that's right in the thick of things
What we think
Terme di Saturnia Spa & Golf Resort is positioned right on the top of a 3,000 year old Tuscan thermal spring. Designed to blend seamlessly into the sun-drenched Tuscan hills; the resort emphasizes natural restoration and rejuvenation using its rainwater-fed thermal springs and its 54-treatment room, rare wood and blue light-filled spa. Amidst the unspoiled beauty of Tuscany, guests are invited to stay for customized week-long retreats in any of the 128 rooms and suites or simply stay for single day refreshers. Within the hotel, Michelin-starred All’Acquacotta fits into the clean, “pleasure of wellbeing” agenda of the resort. Dishes like the “duck foie gras torchon with green apple and rhubarb compote” are locally sourced and focus on health, but don’t sacrifice gastronomic interest nor enjoyment. While the focus on wellness highlights the spa side of things, the other prominent pull of the resort is the eco-friendly golf 18- and 9-hole courses. Between the Alps and Lake Garda, the mild climate allows golf to be played throughout the year in movie-quality landscapes.
You're here because
The only spa resort of its kind, you’re looking for an exclusive retreat that takes care of every aspect of your well-being.
Awash in the sound of waterfalls and gauzy light filtering through the steam, you lean your head back on the lip of the pool and feel your tension disappear into the spring-fed waters.
Restaraunts & Bars
Aqualuce Restaurant - Mediterranean cuisine
All'Aquacotta Restaurant - gourmet cuisine
The Lobby Bar
Swimming with the family, and visiting the wellness center.
In the medieval village of Saturnia, it's equidistant to Rome and Florence, right in the heart of Tuscan Maremma. It's just under 2 hours from Rome's international airport.