Property Location Located in Forte dei Marmi, Logos Hotel is near the beach, within a 5-minute walk of Ugo Guidi Museum and Forte
Property Location Located in Forte dei Marmi, Logos Hotel is near the beach, within a 5-minute walk of Ugo Guidi Museum and Forte dei Marmi Beach. This 4-star hotel is 1.1 mi (1.8 km) from AeroClub Marina di Massa and 1.4 mi (2.2 km) from Forte dei Marmi Fortress.
Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 38 air-conditioned rooms featuring minibars and flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with showers feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include safes and desks, and housekeeping is provided daily.
Amenities Enjoy recreational amenities such as an outdoor pool and bicycles to rent. Additional amenities at this hotel include complimentary wireless Internet access and concierge services.
Dining Satisfy your appetite for dinner at the hotel's restaurant, or stay in and take advantage of the room service (during limited hours). Unwind at the end of the day with a drink at the bar/lounge or the poolside bar. Breakfast is available for a fee.
Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include wired Internet access (surcharge), a computer station, and complimentary newspapers in the lobby. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
Check in/out Hotel Check-in Time is 3 PM, Check-out Time is 11 AM.
Cancellation Policy Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type. Please check the Fare policy associated with your room.
Extra Bed The inclusion of extra bed with a booking is facilitated with a folding cot or a mattress as an extra bed.
Payment Mode You can pay now or you can pay at the hotel if your selected room type has this option.
User rating & reviews
Read about experiences of fellow travellers who have stayed at this hotel.
EXCELLENT 99 reviews
VERY GOOD 84 reviews
AVERAGE 30 reviews
POOR 12 reviews
TERRIBLE 5 reviews
29 Oct 2017
One should not fall asleep on ....
Mixed bag. Nice place, slightly on the side of Forte dei Marmi. Very strange smell in the hall upon arrival, but it was gone the next morning. Rooms not in line with what we booked, but the person at the reception found a way to satisfy our needs. Room very basic for a 4* hotel. Bed made of stone. Bed in the other room much better. Very limited breakfast, but what was available ended up being good. Most equipment already closed for winter, but the hotel ended up lending us good bicycles. All in all not bad as such, but it is sad to have to write a "but" for each point mentioned in a hotel review. Hence my ranking
09 Oct 2017
Disappointed and expensive
We stayed for two weeks arriving on 9 September. The hotel is quite small (only 38 rooms) in a nice peaceful location only a short walk from the beach and about 30 minutes walk from the town centre.
The hotel is exceptionally clean, beds changed every 3 days and towels daily.
On the downside there was no "holiday atmosphere" at all in this hotel. We had turndown service during the first week but this stopped in the second week. The rooms are adequate but for what we paid for our holiday not really value for money.
We had a half board package which included dinner and again were disappointed. The menu had approx. 3 or 4 choices for each course but for the whole of our stay each night we were presented with the same menu. Other guests were on the same package and like us dined out on several occasions not what you expect from a 4 star hotel. On at least two we were the only two guests in the restaurant. The Restaurant was not at all welcoming, there were plenty of tables but only about 6 laid for dinner. Sometimes the lights at one end of the room were switched off and again like the hotel in general no atmosphere.
During our second week a group of German tourists arrived and had a set menu. This is the only time were we offered a different menu and it was sold to us as the "hotel are trying out new dishes and would we like to choose something from the menu". Personally, I think the chef couldn't be bothered to cook us separate meals.
However, the staff in the restaurant are excellent.
Overall, we felt like we were staying in the last chance saloon with the hotel winding down for the season. The beaches were all closed as were many of the restaurants.
Forte dei Marmi is a very overrated and expensive resort as was the hotel. The only plus it was quiet, but sadly we will not return.
27 Sep 2017
We spent two weeks at the Logos recently and were disappointed with the experience overall. Our room was on the second floor, spotlessly clean with a handy balcony. This provided adequate shelter from the rain ! Towels changed daily. Housekeeping excellent.The pool area clean and attractive as was the hotel in general. We hired bikes from the hotel (which were good value), three times and travelled the promenade easily. Our main concern was both reception and the restaurant. There was no atmosphere in either. The TV wasn't on at all in the two weeks (not that we came for that - and no UK channel on the room TV either), and the piano remained unplayed for the same length of time. I realise this was September and close to end of season but we felt the hotel was running down to seasonal closure almost on purpose. The restaurant and menu has a serious problem however. This also provides no atmosphere, the decoration such as it is is cold and uninviting and could do with a visit from Alex Polizzi to be honest. Had it not been for a party of German holidaymakers arrive during our stay then the menu each evening would have been exactly the same for the entire two weeks. There were choices admittedly but the menu never changed once. The arrival of the coach party prompted a slight change to the monotonous menu by our being offered on occasion (when it suited I think) something different, but surely even at end of season this isn't the way forward is it ? We actually ate out three times even though we were half board.. It seems the hotel are trying to do away with half board and rely solely on B and B basis for the future. I have to say that the restaurant staff were superb, especially Sebastiano, Yisse and Eliza. 10 out of 10 to them from us.
Restaurants outside the hotel are expensive, as is almost everything else in Forte. Great if you love fish I guess but Italian pasta dishes well off most menus for some odd reason.
Taxi fares to Viarreggio, local station etc grossly expensive. Better to go by bike if you can !!. Pietrasanta a much better resort with reasonably priced bars and restaurants. We had two cocktails there for 5 euros each. 12 euros upwards on average everywhere else.
I admit the weather we had didn't help but I can honestly say this is a fair and unbiased review. The Logos must do something about the meals in the evening and decor in the restaurant. It is a lovely hotel, small and very quiet which is excellent. Limited cupboard space in the Classic Double room but that's just a minor point really.
Have seen and done the Tuscan coast now. Would be over generous to recommend.
11 Sep 2017
housekeeping does room in the morning and evening - perfect
restaurant local kitchen and funny service
reception - very helpful eg finding casa Pucini in Viareggio
the beach thing in Italy and her in Forte I do not like - but that is not a problem of the hotel. heave would be to have this house on the beach.
to the whole staff - keep going
09 Sep 2017
We booked our stay with Citalia, back in the UK, and everything went smoothly. I will gloss over the fact that our flight was cancelled on our return as it was no fault of the holiday company and didn't sully our holiday experience.
The hotel is welcoming and friendly with the staff attending to our needs but not over zealous (which is what we like.) Once you are settled it feels very much like a home from home. Nice and relaxed. We travelled as a family with my stepdaughter (aged 22) in her own single 'french' room and our daughter (aged 8) accommodated with myself and my husband. Our room was compact but perfectly lovely for our needs. The housekeeping was second to none with fresh towels and bedding a plenty (always a fantastic bonus.) The air-conditioning worked perfectly and could be adjusted easily within the room. We were on holiday for full R&R and we had the pool almost to ourselves. I was lead to believe that the end of August is very much the end of their season. We were surprised at how quiet it seemed. Poolside is superb and the pool perfect for children with only one area being over 1m55 deep. My daughter, who is 4ft3 and not the best swimmer in the world, managed very well and thoroughly enjoyed herself. We felt content that she was safe and happy. The pool area is not huge and I don't know how busy it can get but, as I say, we had the place to ourselves on many occasions. We ordered food and drinks whilst poolside too. Our waitress, for the week, was a delight. Daytime temperatures were in the high 20's but felt manageable. The breakfast was simple but very adequate with options of scrambled eggs and bacon/beans and a full continental. The coffee is delicious. We did not eat at the hotel restaurant during our stay so I cannot comment on the quality of the evening meals. Our first meal out took us just over the road to the Pizzeria on the corner of the street. One word. Fabulous. It is one of those places that doesn't look much but they really deliver. The place was heaving by 9pm and the pizza dishes were reasonably priced and yummy. The house wine was seriously good too. We visited the restaurant Gilda, on the beach, which is only a 5 minute walk away. This was lovely but the service was a bit grim and the desserts were not up to much. Fairly expensive too but the location is very pleasant indeed. We didn't revisit choosing instead to either walk into Forte Dei Marmi (it takes 25 minutes at a steady pace) or hire bikes from the hotel and ride along the bike lanes along the beach road. This takes around 10 minutes and is complete and utter fun. You have to be careful, there are many cyclists but everywhere is completely flat. Most streets run in a parallel pattern so it is virtually impossible to get lost. Forte Dei Marmi is super chic with many designer shops (Gucci, Dolce and Gabanna, Prada) and cool but welcoming restaurants. You can choose the price you want to pay. We meandered around window shopping and had a whale of a time. During our stay the locals were celebrating a patron saint so we witnessed a bonfire, a huge street market (the designer shops closed on that night) and an impressive firework display. Finally the beach. It is a weird place. The beach is a huge expanse of sand covered, and I mean covered, with beach clubs with their own gazebos and sunbeds which all come at a fairly high price. We paid 70 Euro, for the day, to have 2 sunbeds, 2 deck chairs and 2 other chairs plus a beach hut and a lockable box (which housed 6 rather large towels.) It was convenient and the food was very fresh and nice. The seashore was busy and had a smattering of inflatables etc but nothing to cheesy or excessive. I didn't like the look of the sea, I have to admit it looked a bit murky, certainly not aqua blue and inviting. I have to say I was a little disappointed but it didn't stop the girls having a splash about. If you are really into your' full on beach holidays I don't know whether this would really do it for you. I would suggest checking out more photos to see if you could, or would want to, cope with this busy set up. That is my honest opinion. All in all a great holiday which ticked many boxes for all of us. The transfer time, from Pisa airport, is approx 40 minutes and no hassle at all.