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Rooms 74 /Architecture Massimo Mastromatte, Alessandro Casciotti /Interior Design Andrea Fogli /The Original Augusto Orsini
In a verdant valley in Tuscany's Monte Argentario Peninsula, Augusto Orsini has created a masterpiece in contemporary design. Instead of a traditionally rustic Tuscan resort adorned in the typical terra-cotta and wrought iron, the Argentario Golf Resort & Spa offers an alternative vision—one that looks forward not only aesthetically and architecturally, but also ecologically. Its 18-hole golf course is BioAgriCert accredited for its minimal environmental impact; its two restaurants, Dama Dama and Club House, and its two bars specialize in locally inspired cuisine made from indigenous, regional ingredients; even the hotel's luxurious Espace Spa treatments are based largely on organic products. Just steps away from the beautiful sandy beaches of Feniglia and Giannella, this resort and golf haven breathe new life into Tuscan luxury service and recreation.
Rome, Pisa and Florence Airports
Food & Drink
Dama Dama and Club House restaurants: Mediterranean cuisine. 2 bars, terrace, shop
Spanning between 35 and 220 square meters, the 73 rooms and one villa at Argentario all play host to a private terrace. While many of the guestrooms offer either a king-size bed or twin beds, a bathtub, and a living space,the 60-square-meter Club Deluxe Suite features two private terraces, a sofa bed, and a double hot tub. The 70-square-meter Spa Loft Suite boasts a Turkish bath, an extra-large hot tub, and a small gym, while the 80-square-meter Penthouse plays host to a living room with a fireplace and two sofas, and a dining room with a small wine cellar. A short walk from the hotel’s main building, the three-bedroom Locker Cottage—spanning 220 square meters—boasts a hot tub and a Turkish bath.
As a young boy, Augusto Orsini took annual treks with his family from his native Rome to the tranquil Argentario Peninsula. A deep connection to the place, and a love of nature and golf, led Orsini to “show the region’s progressive side” with the five-star Argentario Resort Golf & Spa. Orsini accomplished this by sourcing materials that introduce an eco-conscious spirit in rustic Tuscany.
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