Built in the '20s and set in the heart of a green and ancient pine forest, this historical hotel rises a few steps from the sea and the lively center of Milano Marittima. The imposing work of restructuring it will extoll its beauty and uniqueness, utilizing modern design and comfort while reconfirming the historic significance of the property. The Resort consists of two separate structures: the "Casa Madre" (Mother House), the historical 5-star building, and "Villa Regina", a separate 4-star superior building of more recent construction. Undisputed reference point for prestigious and refined clientele, the hotel is finding its ancient splendor back again, thus becoming a fully-fledged member of the excellences not only in the Adriact Coast but in the entire country.
MarePineta is a undisputed reference point for prestigious and refined clientele, who love the art of the fine Italian lifestyle, including excellence in service, fine dining and unparalleled comfort. Its private beach has an elegant lounge area, a beach bar, and restaurant. It is a place where design and nature are integrated ensuring maximum privacy in a refined and classy atmosphere. The resort has two different hotels: Mother House 5 stars hotel, the main historic building dating back to 1927 and repeatedly renovated and expanded, and Villa Regina 4 stars superior hotel, a building which is of more recent construction.
There is also a clubhouse with 10 red clay tennis courts, where important tournaments will be organized, with ample room and facilities for participants and spectators.
The impressive restyling project has already returned the splendor to the resort, a unique style for an ambitious project, directed by the prestigious architectural firm Studio Lissoni of Milan, that has brilliantly captured “l’esprit” of the resort, a contemporary reinterpretation of the concept of living daily life in classic luxury. Between 2015 and 2016 the complete renovation of all rooms will be completed, including the "Casa Madre", (“The Mother House” or principle structure), which will be aligned with the style and concept of those already refurbished in the spectacular "Ala Nuova".