ARGENTARIO RESORT GOLF & SPA
Via Acquedotto Leopoldino Snc
Porto Ercole, Tuscany
74 rooms including 7 suites and 1 independent villa
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In a verdant valley in Tuscany’s Monte Argentario Peninsula, Augusto Orsini has created a masterpiece in contemporary design unlike any the region has seen. Instead of a traditionally rustic Tuscan resort adorned in the typical terracotta and wrought iron, the Argentario Resort Golf & Spa, offers an alternative vision – one that not only looks forward aesthetically and architecturally, but also ecologically. Its Dama Dama Restaurant and The Bar specialise in locally inspired cuisine made from indigenous, regional ingredients; the hotel’s luxurious Espace Spa treatments are largely based around organic products; even its 18-hole golf course is BioAgriCert accredited for its minimal environmental impact.
Its location on the exclusive Silver Coast in Maremma Tuscany ensures mild climes throughout the year, crystal clear waters, wild nature and great connections to Rome, Pisa, Florence and Siena. Just steps a way from the beautiful sandy beaches of Feniglia and Giannella, this eco-conscious resort and golf haven breathe new life, Tuscan luxury service and recreation.
Argentario Resort Golf & Spa has 73 guestrooms and suites throughout its dragonfly-shaped structure with its flaxen limestone façade. Its 7 suites are all different, offering guests the option of a new experience with every stay. The 55 junior suites and 11 superior rooms all have terraces overlooking the beautiful, eco-conscious golf course. For those avid golfers and spa aficionados familiar with Tuscany, as well as for those visiting the region for the first time, Argentario presents a new, distinctive luxury experience to this classical hotbed.
The Argentario Resort Golf & Spa in Porto Ercole (Costa d’Argento – The Silver Coast) is located in the Maremma Region near cities such as Siena (110 km), Rome (140 km), Florence (180 km), Pisa (200 km), Montalcino (90 km) and Chiantishire (120km).