Hotel Saturnia & International Venezia Hotel Saturnia & International Venezia Hotel Saturnia & International Venezia
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Hungerian-born Zoe Lustig (her family had arrived form Hungary at the end of the 19th century) and Ugo Serandrei (a native of Pisa, he had moved to Venice at the beginning of the next century) were married in 1905. 3 years later, putting to use her experience in administrative work (she had also worked in Naples, where she was employed by Alfredo Campione, one of the founding members of Ciga, today part of the Starwood group) and his stint as a maitre d’hotel at the Hotel Luna, today Luna Baglioni Hotel, they leased a small 8 rooms lodging inn called internazionale. At the end of the great war, they decided to buy the hotel from the original owner, who was returning to his native Germany, and, with the help of their son Renzo, expanded and refurbished it. at the same time the name was changed and the word Saturnia, the ancient virgilian name of Italy, was added to avoid confusion with the Nazionale, another hotel in Venice not far from the train station.
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