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The Hotel Turner occupies a 19th century baroque-style property, and offers the ideal location for exploring the ancient city of Rome. Situated in the heart of the Italian capital, the hotel is within walking distance of many historic sites including the Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain and the Via Veneto. The Hotel Turner is located close to the main Termini station giving you easy access to the Colosseum, Roman Forum, Piazza Navona and fine stores of Via Condotti.
The four star Hotel Turner Rome overlooks one of the city’s ancient gateways, the Porta Pia, and offers 68 comfortable guest rooms. All rooms are well-equipped and feature adjustable air conditioning and heating, satellite TV, minibar, safe and a private bathroom.
The Hotel Turner also offers free Wi-Fi access and a hotel bar for your convenience. In addition, guests can make use of the roof garden bar during the summer months.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Rooms Number: 43
- Non-Smoking throughout the hotel
- Lift to all Floors
- Air Conditioned Public Areas
- Air Conditioning
- Mini bar
- Room Service Not 24hr: Yes
- In Room Safe
- Non Smoking Rooms
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Cable/Satellite TV channels
- Baby Sitting
- Interconnecting Rooms
Bar and Restaurant
Breakfast served from
- Saturday/Sunday: 07:00
- Monday to Friday: 07:00
Breakfast served to
- Saturday/Sunday: 10:00
- Monday to Friday: 10:00
- Bar in Hotel
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 870 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Lovely romantic budget hotel in a nice quiet part of the city
Stay Date: 10/2016, LucyCW007 wrote this review.
A lovely hotel in a quiet part of Rome but within easy reach of the rest of the city, about 5 minutes walk from the metro. Lovely Italian restaurants just round the corner. Classic romantic bedrooms which were warm and comfortable. My only niggles wo… See more
A lovely hotel in a quiet part of Rome but within easy reach of the rest of the city, about 5 minutes walk from the metro. Lovely Italian restaurants just round the corner. Classic romantic bedrooms which were warm and comfortable. My only niggles would be the bathroom which was a little quirky - only just managed to squeeze in and out of the shower cubicle (room 404) and we are not large people, and the soap dish had seen better days. I got woken each morning by the guests flushing the toilet in the room above but it wouldn't stop me booking to stay here again (I might just ask for a different room). Friendly staff on reception and lovely breakfast. I would definitely recommend this charming hotel. Thank you Hotel Turner for a wonderful first stay in Rome! Collapse
Stay Date: 10/2016, aly15star wrote this review.
We stayed at the Turner Hotel from 7th-10th oct. The hotel itself is beautiful full of Italian charm.. the staff were welcoming & very helpful:) our room was of good size with a very comfortable big bed, the bathroom was fine but could of been done w… See more
We stayed at the Turner Hotel from 7th-10th oct. The hotel itself is beautiful full of Italian charm.. the staff were welcoming & very helpful:) our room was of good size with a very comfortable big bed, the bathroom was fine but could of been done with updating but nothing majorly bad. The breakfast was really good with plenty variety for all tastes. The hotel was about a 10min walk from the nearest hop on hop off bus. Lovely little restaurants & bars down side streets beside the hotel. Only downside was that there was no bar in the hotel itself, the roof terrace was closed but i heard it was only temporary. We really enjoyed our stay here & would definitely go back again. Collapse
Stay Date: 10/2016, dodgeon wrote this review.
We have just returned from a 3 night break at Hotel Turner although the reception rooms are well kept the bedrooms corridors lifts leave a lot to be desired. We booked with Broadway travel and they told us this hotel was 4 star I don't believe that.… See more
We have just returned from a 3 night break at Hotel Turner although the reception rooms are well kept the bedrooms corridors lifts leave a lot to be desired. We booked with Broadway travel and they told us this hotel was 4 star I don't believe that. The hotel was tired and run down the bathrooms very dated although plenty of hot water.in the showers. I would not return here and will be contacting Broadway travel we paid nearly £800 pounds for 2 rooms think we were ripped off. Collapse
Stay Date: 09/2016, carolinestradling wrote this review.
This is a great little hotel on the outskirts of Rome. The hotel is located in a great location near to Porta Pia, on a main bus route. On arrival at the hotel, I have to admit, it wasnt the friendliest of greetings, but it was adequate. We were on t… See more
This is a great little hotel on the outskirts of Rome. The hotel is located in a great location near to Porta Pia, on a main bus route. On arrival at the hotel, I have to admit, it wasnt the friendliest of greetings, but it was adequate. We were on the fifth floor and our room was perfect..clean, quiet and the bathroom was of a good standard. The shower was great and never ran out of hot water. The only down side was that there was no tea or coffee making facilities in the room. Breakfast was more than adequate, with ample to eat and very friendly waiters. Within in a couple of minutes walk, there are numerous cafes, restaurants and bars. Try the pizza from just down the street - it was amazing! Travelling around was easy, but quite busy. The No. 62 bus takes you all the way to Venezia Square. There is a ticket machine straight outside the hotel. I think it was 12 Euros for 48 hours unlimited travel. However, if you walk, it would only take about 20minutes into town. We bought all of our tickets for The Vatican Museum and the Colosseum prior to going to Rome and I'm relieved that we did. We bypassed most of the queues, but beware of all of the ticket touts etc... they can be quite overwhelming. The Palentine Hills and Forum are well worth a visit and the ticket for the colosseum covers both. We went into the Palentine first and then the Colosseum and seemed to miss many of the long queues. The Vatican museum was well worth a visit, but it was exceptionally visit and very hot. I would say that it is best to go first thing in the morning. The Bascilia of St Peters was truly awesome and perhaps more inspiring for us than the Sistine Chapel. Remember that in both of these places your bags will be checked and x-rayed, but its quite orderly and doesnt cause too much queuing. Also remember that in the Sistine Chapel and Bascilia's you are expected to cover shoulders and knees. Guards will stop you from entering certain places if you are respectful. We did all of the tourist trail, but some of the places worth going to see are; Trevvi Fountain, Venezia Square, Colosseum, Spanish Steps, Piazza Navona, Pantheon, Palentine Hill, Forum and the Vittario Emmanuel Monument. Everywhere you turn there are cafes and restuarants and I was pleased that on the whole, most places had decent toilets. Eating out in the centre was expensive, but not anymore so than any other city really. Piazza Navona was beautiful but very expensive but I guess you pay for all the good things!! All in all, we would definitely come back to this hotel. The location was perfect. I think the only thing I would change would be to have tea and coffee in the room and a bar that is open upstairs! Collapse
Definitely not a 4 Start hotel
Stay Date: 09/2016, Will B wrote this review.
We booked to stay 3 nights at the Hotel Turner for our trip to Rome. We received a warm welcome in the beautifully ornate reception, we were escorted by a very lovely chap who took our bags and directed us to the lift, so far so good. We got out of t… See more
We booked to stay 3 nights at the Hotel Turner for our trip to Rome. We received a warm welcome in the beautifully ornate reception, we were escorted by a very lovely chap who took our bags and directed us to the lift, so far so good. We got out of the lift and into another lift, this one was very small and fairly tacky. The lift door opened into a dirty corridor with light switches hanging off the wall and a mirror resting again the wall. Our room was 3 foot away from the lift it was room 402. He opened the door and we were greeted with a dark, drab room. Hardly any natural light what so ever, and the view was of the hotel external wall, with the constant 'bing' of the lift. The decor was old and tired, off frantic wall coverings, and a door missing from the cupboard. The website stated each room had a minibar, it was just a fridge with 2 bottles of water in. No Tea or Coffee facilities in the room at all. The bathroom was cramped and you could just about get in the shower but moving around in the shower was near impossible. We asked reception if we could change rooms as the bell from the lift was incredibly annoying as was the scraping of the lift going up and down the lift shaft. Reception informed us that the hotel was fully booked, which seemed odd as there wasn't anyone else in sight. They told us to try again in the morning, so with that in mind we headed out for a wander. We took a walk down to the Trevi fountain which was about a 20 minute walk, had a walk around got some an early dinner in a lovely restaurant that did gluten free pizza and pasta. Such a friendly place. After dinner we went back to the hotel to find that it was in total darkness.... the staff behind reception were doing things by torchlight, we were taken a different route to our room which was up 4 massive flights of stairs, there was no emergency lighting on our floor at all or in our room, and no windows for any natural light. The power was out for 6 hours I think it came back on around 11pm. The following morning we got up to take a shower and there was no hot water. Reception's answer to this was they have engineers working on it. We had to wait for the following day before we could take a shower. The Air Conditioning also did not work. Some of the staff were rude and dismissive but others were so friendly. The hotel doesn't have a restaurant and only serves breakfast which isn't that great, dried eggs, ham and cheese, and some pastries (no good for me as I am gluten free!) You won't be able to get tea or coffee after breakfast, and the advertised Roof top bar on the website doesn't exist. It looks like the hotel is having a refurb, as the main part of the hotel looks beautiful and the corridors and rooms look lovely. Our floor and room however wasn't and it looked dirty and cluttered. The bus stop is a 30 second walk from the hotel, you get tickets from the Tobacco shop, you must validate your ticket when you get on the bus!! we weren't told this and got a €54,70 fine each. The ticket inspector wasn't interested that we were tourists. Further research would of been sensible as there are other much nicer hotels for a few euros more located to this hotel. The Zoo is a 20min walk from the hotel. Town is 30min walk or a 15 minute bus ride on bus 62. Collapse
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