The Maremma is the unexplored part of Tuscany. It alternates the typical vineyards and olive groves on its rolling hills with the exotic beaches and tropical vegetation along its coast. The contrast presents itself not only along the natural landscape, but also on the man-built one.
We have already seen some examples of this in our past blog posts, such as futurist art and buildings, the esoteric tarot garden, the modern winery of Le Mortelle.
We have also seen that Departures, the exclusive luxury and lifestyle magazine by American Express, included Maremma’s contemporary-style Argentario Resort Golf & Spa in its list of “Design-forward golf retreats”. This resort embodies perfectly the harmonious mix of rustic and modern, of design and eco-friendliness. Let’s peek at its suites!
The Argentario Resortfeatures seven luxurious design suites, each with a unique style that varies from modern-contemporary style, to classic, to a more eclectic spirit mixing Oriental traditions and vintage furnishings.
Home Suite: This apartment features light woods, vintage furnishings and snow-white couches.
Penthouse Suite: Designed as an attic area, it is fitted with precious woods and leathers.
Spa Loft Suite: Designed with wellness in mind, this open-plan suite includes an extra large hot tub, a Turkish bath and Technogym KINESIS equipment.
Master Suite: Featuring an interconnecting bathroom and a bathtub with leather skirting, this eclectic apartment combines a West Coast style with an Oriental touch.
Club Deluxe Suite: Warm and precious furnishings define the glamorous style of the suite, which includes a double hot tub overlooking the bed behind a glass wall.
Gallery Suite: This whitewashed suite is reminiscent of a Soho art gallery and features large colour photographs and minimalist furnishings.
Business Suite: Featuring a contemporary style spirit, this suite is decorated with dark wood furnishings, warm colours and modern photos.
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