Hotel L' Andana

Hotel L' Andana

Tuscany, Italy

Tuscany represents everything we adore in life. Serene rolling landscapes ablaze with fruits and flowers, air fresh, crisp, and food and wine that demands an entire sector of world cuisine. Here is the place where art was born. Come and learn why. In the spring of 2004, Alain Ducasse developed his new luxury resort in the heart of the Tuscan Maremma. Inspired by the charms of the Mediterranean, L’Andana is a result of a joint effort between the Moretti family and Alain Ducasse, who himself assumes the dual position of chef and hotelier. An enchanting resort complete with luxury SPA, L'Andana takes its name from its own long driveway. Flanked by cypresses, maritime pines and enveloped in the atmosphere of a magical fairytale, you'll find the beauty of its natural setting is only matched by a fascinating history. The building that now houses L'Andana was once a Medici villa where Grand Duke Leopold II and his court resided during the summer season. Here, in this place he loved so much, the Grand Duke launched major reclamation work in the Maremma.

hotel Guide


  • 20 superior and deluxe rooms, 13 suites measuring 40 - 92sqm
  • All equipped with TV, safe, wifi, newspapers, magazines, air conditiong, DVD/CD player and bathroom amenities
  • Decorative fireplaces and whirlpool baths
  • World class Spa, gym, vitality pool, sauna turkish baths and a range of massages and treatments
  • Outdoor heated swimming pool with views of the ancient town

Our Favorite

  • Prestige Suites measure about 80m² in size and have a spacious living area two bathrooms, refined chaise-longues and a romantic stone fireplace. The spacious bedroom offers a unique vista of the romantic private chapel, the intense-green Mediterranean macchia, a patchwork of vineyards and olive groves and the bright blue Mediterranean sea

Wine & Dine

  • L'Andana's own gourmet Restaurant offers a menu from Michelin star chef and owner, Alain Ducasse. With its stone fireplace and cast iron ovens, La Villa takes its chef's from another nearby Alain Ducasse restaurant, Trattoria Toscana


  • Rich Italian linens


  • Double rooms from € 440 / day, wi-fi and breakfast for two included, additional € 2 tourist tax per person per day

Local Guide

Lovely Restaurants

  • Grantosco classican tuscan cuisine with friendly staff, who love to let you mix and match and customize your dishes, via solferino, 4 (+39 05 64 26027)
  • Locanda de' medici tucked away, underground in a stone cellar, the restaurant walls are lined with dusty bottles of wine piazza del popolo, 5 (+39 05 64 410744)
  • Hungry years open late and with a relaxed pub atmosphere, Hungry years serves Italian cuisine with a twist of British, via vinzaglio, 20 (+39 05 64 413351)

When to go

  • Spring and autumn are the perfect seasons for exploring the vast fields and vineyards. Pack suitable walking shoes and explore Grosseto without a map

Don't miss

  • The Tyrrhenian sea lies just a few kilometers from Casa Badiola and offers the ideal spot for a boat trip to discover a series of pretty little inlets and bays or the nearby islands, veritable paradises of nature steeped in history

How to get there

  • Rome-Fiumicino (FCO) and Pisa (PSA) are the nearest airports to Grosseto and both operate national and international flights. These are each linked by shuttle to either Pisa Centrale station or Rome-Termini, both of which will take you directly by train to the centre Grosseto. From there it's a short bus or taxi trip to the hotel

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October 2020

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