Turner Hotel Rome

turner hotel rome
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We have 63 rooms here at the Hotel Turner Rome and they come in various sizes to accommodate any kind of party. Our superior rooms, junior suites and luxury suites also have spacious marble bathrooms with Jacuzzis and Turkish Baths. All rooms contain antique furniture and high quality fabrics, ensuring every detail is accounted for in the creation of our 19th century ambiance. Family friendly, our reception is attended 24 hours a day ensuring your absolute security and peace of mind and we’re also able to accommodate disabled guests. Small pets are welcome with advance notice, though they won’t be entitled to the complimentary buffet breakfast. To book at the Hotel Turner, visit our online booking page, where availability will be confirmed within minutes.
The luxury 4 star hotel Turner Rome has been fully restored from top to bottom to create the ambiance of this stunning building’s early years - the grandeur of the age of the enlightenment and the early years of the newly formed Italian Republic. However, you’ll still find modern services and facilities here at our superior Rome 4 star hotel. Taking advantage of our wake up service, guests can arise from comfy beds and quality linens and descend for the complimentary buffet breakfast of Italian cold meats, cheeses, croissants and other delicacies, picking up a complimentary newspaper from around the

turner hotel rome
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