Nestled between the dominating Apuan Alps and the glittering Mediterranean Sea, Forte Dei Marmi is one of the most enchanting towns in Versilia. Perfect for a spring and summer destination, this charming town is home to adoring visitors who use this picturesque corner of Italy to escape their worries for a quick holiday.
Hotel Principe Forte Dei Marmi is a modern building, separating itself from the classic southern Italian architecture of its neighbors. It features linear architecture with minimalistic influences to create a fusion of open space and natural light that contributes to its relaxing, yet sophisticated seaside ambience.
The hotel showcases six different types of rooms. Every room features large windows to incorporate the theme of natural light which is highlighted in most aspects of the hotel. The wine cellar offers a wide selection of the best wine labels available to the guests. The suites boast brilliant views from the balconies, which overlook the gardens, the sea, and the Alps. With marble finishing in each bathroom, the rooms exude elegance and sophistication.
Perfect for a relaxing holiday, the amenities provided for the guests are a must-see. First, the Wellness Program boasts an indoor heated swimming pool, two saunas, one hammam, and a tea corner. All available for the guests to use, this center has the art of relaxation and luxury down pat. The Dalmazia Beach Club is another amenity offered to the guests. During the warmer seasons, guests have access to an exclusive beach that allows them to relax with cabins and gazebos at their disposal.
A Michelin-Starred restaurant is not only highlight of the dining options here. Lux Lucis creates an immersive dining experience with its open layout that allows guests to watch chef Valentino Cassanelli prepare their food. Located on the rooftop, the large windows allow natural light to seep in and offers a stunning view of the scenery. The Sky Lounge Bar 67 provides a terrace for guests to lounge and enjoy complex cocktails with a gorgeous backdrop of the Alps on one side and the Mediterranean sea on the other.