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Principe Forte dei Marmi

Viale Ammiraglio Morin 67, 55042 Forte dei Marmi LU, Italy
Principe Forte dei Marmi Review
5 Star Rating
24 September 2014Principe Forte dei Marmi
Tags: Forte dei Marmi, Italy, Luxury reviewsThe Bill: £370 per night

Principe is a stunning hotel, located in Forte dei Marmi, Italy. Set within its own private grounds, this hotel boasts wonderful surroundings.

Upon arrival, we were greeted by efficient staff, who were only too happy to assist us during check-in. Principe Forte dei Marmi features some fascinating art, including dolphins spread across the lawns. The decor is contemporary, but is of excellent quality, and it is evident that no expense has been spared.

“Principe Forte dei Marmi certainly lived up to it’s glistening reputation.”

We were fortunate enough to be staying in a gorgeous suite, which featured a large terrace and circular sun sofa. The bed was a modern four-poster, which was very comfortable indeed. Overall, the room was everything you could ask for from a luxury hotel.

There’s plenty to do at the resort, but we would suggest that your first stop should be the 67 Sky Lounge Bar. From there you can really get a feel of your surroundings, whilst enjoying a refreshing drink.

If you’re so inclined, make sure to book into the spa during your stay. The Egoista Wellness Spa boasts a mud room, a heated pool, a jacuzzi, emotional showers, a Finnish sauna, a Turkish Steam Bath, and an ice cascade; as well as a gym. It really is a great spa; but you must be sure to book.

For those looking to indulge in some great cuisine, Principe Forte dei Marmi offers a couple of delightful dining options. Firstly, there is the Principe Restaurant, which is open all day, every day. Serving traditional Italian dishes, as well as international fare; this restaurant is perfect for lunch, or a light supper. Dining options include both the dining room itself, as well as the restaurant’s outside terrace, which looks over the garden and pool.

If you’re looking for a more formal restaurant - perhaps for a special occasion, or to make the most of your stay - then the Lux Lucis Restaurant is for you. Serving fine Tuscan cuisine, this is a beautiful restaurant, with a wonderfully light dining space.

Principe Forte dei Marmi certainly lived up to it’s glistening reputation, and was everything we’d hoped for. We would return again in an instant. We thoroughly recommend you add this hotel to your must visit list, and be sure to stop by if you’re ever in the area. It truly is a stunning location.

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