In Italy hotels are classified, as in most countries of the world, with a number of stars which stands for a general overview that comprehends room service, polite and multi-language staff, food quality and many other features.
However, due to the fact that a real worldwide standard classification doesn’t exist, your experience might vary a lot even while booking the same star – category hotels.
In Italy hotels do not have a wide range of offered services; most of them, for example, just consider room & board as the only service to be given to their guests. It has been just a little since some lower star scale hotels had begun considering something new to be suggested as SPA, fitness centre, vegan restaurants or other features usually found in luxurious ones.
The first thing you will have to choose while booking an hotel in Italy will be deciding between full room & board, half one or just bed and breakfast. A good compromise would be considering a half room and board offer, since it will give you little freedom about one of your meals while not having to rush for booking every night a restaurant.
Last thing, and this might seem obvious, is to book an hotel near to your holiday goals. Sometimes looking for the best offer we forget to consider the distance between our hotel and what we would like to visit, finding once we arrive that half of our trip will have to be spent on public transport.
Forte dei Marmi, where our hotel is located, is a small city that will provide you everything you might need.
Near us you will find many tennis courts, a 18holes golf course, riding stables, well equipped gyms and beaches where to exercise windsurfing or snorkelling. If you instead prefer relaxing and clubbing, the Versilian seabord is full of pubs, discotheques and whatever you’ll need to liven up your nights.