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Augustus Hotel & Resort
Forte dei Marmi, ItalyEnter your email address and zip code for pricing and availability
Why Stay At Augustus Hotel & Resort
Tucked away into groomed grounds, a historic grand hotel with a pristine private beach at its doorstep.
Consisting of three stylishly distinctive buildings and a series of villas, Hotel Augustus is located in the most elegant part of what's considered to be Italy's flashy answer to the Hamptons. The grand hotel's private sandy beach is outfitted with scores of white tents, and sun loungers. Frolic around the beach club 'Bambaissa', the two heated pools or shed your stress at the on-site spa and a fitness room. Guests have a fleet of boats and bicycles for rent at their disposal. The hotel's Main Building harbors a gourmet restaurant and an American bar, while the newest wing, named La Nave (the ship) after its avant-garde outward design, provides a serene retreat. The regal Augustus Lido decorated with antique furnishings was holiday home to the well-heeled Agnelli family and sits closest to the sea. All rooms are designed to impress; many have private terraces with views of the park or forest and feature air conditioning, Wi-Fi Internet access and travertine bathrooms.
Decidedly child-friendly, experienced hotel staff supervises kids at play on the beach or around the pool. During summer months, you may schedule swimming lessons for your offspring.
Need to check your emails while digging your toes in the sand? Make use of complimentary Wi-Fi Internet access available seaside.
Arrive at Galileo Galilei Airport Pisa (PSA) which is approximately 28 miles from the hotel. Anticipate about 35 minutes of travel time.Viale Morin 169, Forte dei Marmi, Tuscany, Italy
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Beach Access
- Outdoor Pools
- Outdoor Jacuzzi
- Fitness Room
- Bike Rentals
- Boat Rentals
- Business Center
- Private Terrace (most)
- Complimentary Wi-Fi Internet
- Satellite TV
- Marble Bathrooms
- Mini Bars
- In-room Safes
- Two Restaurants
- Two Lounge Bars
- Terrace Dining
- Beach Club
- Max occupancy is 2 adults + 1 child (supplement of 50 euros per night applies)
- Breakfast buffet
- Gazebo on the beach
Why We Love Forte dei Marmi
Bordered by a golden-sanded beach on one side, and the majestic Apuan Alps on the other, the quaint town now an exclusive oceanside enclave, derives its name from the fortress guarding it and the marble that used to be loaded onto ships on its piers.
Enoteca Guilia, via Risorgimento 27-29, Forte dei Marmi.
Where to Drink: Stylishly glass-walled Fratellini's is strategically situated close to Forte dei Marmi's pier. During warm weather months gather under large bright green umbrellas on the wooden deck and order a refreshing Bellini made with fresh local peaches. Drinks for two &euro20.
Via Franceschi 2b I, Forte dei Marmi.
Where to Shop: Taking place on Wednesdays and Sundays near the town's marble fortress, the renowned Forte Street market lures visitors with more than 200 booths offering great deals on designer clothing and high-end fashion accessories.
Outdoor Excursion: An archeological gem, Grotta del Vento, is a 90-minute drive away. Formed some 20 million years ago, the cave holds an underground complex of caverns filled with stalactites and stalagmites. Choose among three hiking itineraries, each about an hour long or opt for all three if time allows.
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Why Go Now
March 8 - 10, 2014
Three-day festival showcasing fine regional wines and bites of gourmet food in the heart of Florence.
Various venues across Florence.
April 20, 2014
Scoppio del Carro
This annual Easter event includes fireworks along the Arno River, parades throughout the streets, and costume parties.
April 27, 2014
Celebrating the province's patron saint, Santa Zita with a flower festival held at Piazza Anfiteatro. The saint's preserved body can be seen at the church of San Frediano.