One of the most exclusive boutique hotels in Versilia designed with sophisticated, contemporary interiors, light-filled rooms and suites, Michelin star restaurant, minimalist oasis spa, rooftop bar and a summer beach clubContact Mason Rose
Why Stay Here?
Opened in 2010, Hotel Principe Forte Dei Marmi is located in an exceptional spot along the Tuscan Riviera, close to the sea and cultural sites of the town, framed by the majestic Apuan Alps. The hotel’s contemporary style is portrayed in the linear architecture of the building, sophisticated interiors and the incredible sense of space, infused with natural light.
28 elegant rooms and suites, including an open-plan presidential suite affording stunning vistas, are spread across three floors and furnished by the most acclaimed Italian designers such as Citterio, Armani, B&B, Floss, Flexform and Maxalto. They feature floor-to-ceiling French windows, parquet flooring and glass-fronted marble bathrooms.
A superb choice of dining options offering traditional Italian and Tuscan cuisine, from the one Michelin-starred Lux Lucis where diners can observe Chef Valentino Cassanelli create his imaginative seasonal dishes in the open-kitchen, to the stylish Principe restaurant and pool bar which overlook the hotel gardens, and the beach club’s Dalmazia restaurant with its verandas opening out to an unparalleled view of the sea. The hotel’s rooftop 67 Sky Lounge Bar is one of the most exclusive terraces in the area with stunning panoramic sea and landscape views.
Guests will find a minimalist oasis of wellbeing in the 400 sq.m Egoista Spa, with its saunas, hammam, swimming pool and range of bespoke specialist skincare treatments and therapies.
A private yacht charter is available for guests to hire to discover more of the coastal sites and towns in luxurious style. There are also many sport activities available in and around Forte dei Marmi including an 18-hole golf course surrounded by woodland, with sand bunkers, wide fairways and water obstacles located nearby the hotel, as well as red clay tennis courts, trekking excursions and horse-riding in the Tuscan countryside.