See why so many travelers make Byron Hotel their hotel of choice when visiting Forte Dei Marmi. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer air conditioning, a minibar, and a desk, and you can stay connected during your stay as Byron Hotel offers guests free wifi.
The hotel features a 24 hour front desk, room service, and a concierge. Plus, Byron Hotel offers a pool and free breakfast, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
Nearby landmarks such as Parrocchia di Sant'Eremete (1.4 mi) and Parrocchia di Santa Maria Assunta e S. Francesco (1.7 mi) make Byron Hotel a great place to stay when visiting Forte Dei Marmi.
Forte Dei Marmi has plenty of Mediterranean restaurants. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Ristorante Lorenzo, Pesce Baracca, and Osteria del Mare, which are serving up some great dishes.
Plus, during your trip, don't forget to check out an art museum, such as Museo della Satira e della Caricatura.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Byron Hotel as you experience all of the things Forte Dei Marmi has to offer.
Perfect service and a great location do you make you feel at home. Small boutique hotel with almost 1 to 1 ratio of staff against guests. Ultimate spot on the seaside to explore Forte dei Marmi area. There are sufficient hotel bikes available. A peaceful environment just 5 minutes biking away from the lively city center. Very tasteful decorated rooms and spaces. Absolutely a place to come back.
Here are the negatives of this supposed four star hotel: 1- horrible WiFi - simply does not work; 2- bathrooms so small that you can’t place any toiletries in the bathroom and designed so poorly that when you close the bathroom door it opens up a shower to the room so that if you use the bathroom in the middle of the night you either can’t shot the door or can’t turn on the light or it will wake up anyone sleeping; 3- the pool is located next to the hotel restaurant and is closed whenever the restaurant is open; 4- there is no gym; 5-there is no business center. I am sure I can come up with other reasons this is not a hotel to stay for any reason. The positives are that the people working here are nice and friendly.
This hotel was one of the most expensive in the area. The breakfast wasn’t great. The service wasn’t great. The staff were flippant and unresponsive. Most importantly the hotel does not allow the rooms below 23 degrees Celsius or about 75 degrees Fahrenheit. This wouldn’t be an issue if they had disclosed that. However, we wouldn’t have stayed at this property due to medical conditions that make warmer temperatures very uncomfortable. When we disclosed this to the hotel they didn’t care and didn’t offer any solutions. The hotel is more updated than others in the area but the AC was the worst of several lower quality and less expensive hotels we stayed in on this trip. Overall it’s overpriced in my opinion for what you get.
We just stayed at the Byron for the first time and we had a great experience. Very welcoming staff , super service , modern and functional rooms, unbeatable location , relaxing pool and great breakfast . Truly enjoyed it and totally worth the spend
We’ve just spent three glorious nights at the Hotel Byron with three generations The rooms are exquisite the service is first class and the food is delicious They organised a dinner for us for my fathers’ 80th which was superb David the Maitre D although-young knows his stuff and treated us to a wonderful evening My only advise is to shop around for deals at the beach although they were pretty empty second week of September done weren’t budging from the crazy prices for height of the Summer Thank you to the front of house who kindly gave us a really late checkout GRACI !!!! All in all a wonderful few days can’t wait to comeback
We love Forte dei Marmi and we try to come every year for some days at the end of the summer. I love hôtels and, despite not staying there, we wanted to try the Byron for a drink. I had been there some years ago...The gardens are immaculate as well as the entrance, the bike park...the lobby has recently been refurbished and it’s bright and modern. Personally I don’t like it at all as it is too goldish and doesn’t reflect the style of the villa and in ten years it will be outdated but that’s a question of tastes. The bar lounges are so charming with their old armchairs...hope they will not change them. We sat on the terrace for an Aperitivo and we were alone: the place only for us. Wow. We were almost ready to leave after finishing the delicious spritz and the Barman arrived with a selection of appetizers directly from their Michelin starred kitchens...what a treat! We felt really special and for sure next year we will go back for dinner!…
The room smells of off gassing the bedding is made of some kind of awful foam, there was no air conditioning available so the room was hot which was further complicated by heavy linen bedding. Their solution was to open our patio doors but the traffic noise from the street was terrible so they gave us a fan that had zero effect on the noise or the hot air. They somehow decided since it gets cold at night now to shut off the AC and go to heat. The problem is it’s been hot and sunny during the day the room cannot cool off quickly enough without AC. The hotel allegedly is a 4.5 star or 5 star hotel but I’m not sure who or what has done the rating. In my experience I would give it a 2 stars. The rooms are small and cramped the bedding second rate as are the towels, most everything in the room is modern with plastic or vinyl the room smells of cleaning product and there is no room service. The bed is a torture chamber as far as back support (my chiropractor will be happy) I could go on. If this is a 4.5-5 star hotel the world needs a better rating system. Our alleged terrace with “water view” is really a Main Street view with partial view of water in the distance and a lot of traffic noise. If your in this area to go to Pisa or Lucca stay somewhere else and make a longer drive you’ll be happier. We also ended up here in mid October which is after the main season. It’s very difficult to find restaurants or stores open and the area has a creepy feeling like a ghost town. The breakfast area “opens” at 7:30am but you can’t order anything until 8am when the kitchen really opens. …
We recently spent 4 nights at this property and frankly it was probably 3 nights too many. The room (112) was very small, but nicely appointed, it's too bad that it wasn't larger as it might have helped a little with our perception of the property. The front desk staff were helpful, knowledgeable and professional. However, the Michelin star restaurant was VERY disappointing. The food was mediocre and the service was beyond terrible. It appeared that the servers were desperately in need of training and supervision. The breakfast had very meager offerings of poor quality and again the servers showed the same inexperience that we encountered throughout our stay. Unfortunately we tried hard to like this property but at the end of 4 nights we were delighted to be leaving.
I feel like we didn't spend enough time here to really get a good feel for the place....but what we did experience, we liked a lot. We arrived late in the afternoon and were greeted by the receptionist who explained the features of the hotel while we sipped on a glass of prosecco in the outdoors area. My husband and I then spent a couple of hours sitting by the pool (small yet lovely) sipping on some drinks from the bar. The service was pretty slow to be honest - we kept having to chase the barman down around the hotel, but it was a lazy afternoon so that was okay. The hotel is classic yet modern and super clean. I literally slept for 12 hours straight in what I think is the comfiest bed I've ever experienced. Unfortunately, we didn't get to experience the restaurant as we were exhausted when we arrived at the hotel and couldn't keep our eyes open until 8pm when the restaurant opens. We did order two serves of the clam linguine to the room though and it was exceptionally good. I'd love to come back and stay for longer here...maybe next year!…
Boutique hotel well situated facing the beach. Room that we had was tiny and bathroom even smaller. Pool and outside restaurant were very pleasant. Front desk service was excellent but general staff were just fair. No attempt to be personal or familiar. Free bikes for riding to shops were very convenient. The hotel was recently renovated and i would suggest seeing actual room before you settle in. I would not consider this a five star hotel but position by beach would certainly be a redeeming feature.