Caution - If you book a standard room, be prepared to accept a room in the older part of the hotel. No elevator, and the room smelled like disinfectant. After upgrading to a room on the sixth floor and getting the room we thought we had originally booked, we had a very pleasant stay at this hotel. Staff was very accommodating and friendly. Breakfast was included and very good. Dining on the open air balcony was lovely. We will definitely consider coming back to this hotel.
Breakfast was poor on our second stay, not much food left at 10 am. Staff were not forward on providing more availability.
Room service was not provided on second day, had to make bed and ask for clean towels.
A very pleasant 10 day stay helped by being awarded a free upgrade to a balcony side room overlooking the street. This proved a benefit in staying cooler as the temperature was higher than normal.
Having stayed at this hotel on several occasions in the past the food (Dinner) was better than my last visit two years ago. All the staff are friendly.
Hotel was fine for price, although think it was just a little bit too far away from the centre and train station for our needs. Otherwise no complaints. Especially liked the 2 bedrooms. Hotel staff were nice enough.
Traveller from Newcastle upon Tyne UK
A 1930s-style apart-hotel, located centrally on the Viareggio esplanade, 12 kilometres from the Torre del Lago …More
Me and my friends stayed at Hotel Liberty for a weeks holiday in August and loved every minute! We loved Viareggio and everyone we met there was really friendly.
We were a bit duboius about the hotel as we had read mixed reviews especially ones about how run down it was. However once we arrived we loved it straight away, the hotel lobby isnt run down at all and when we got to our room it was the same. Absolutely spotless and we had a sea view! - We had booked the family room and were situated at the front of the hotel so i dont know if the back is different but our room was lovely.
The hotel staff were also really nice - we often came back from a night out at 2am if not later and there was always someone there to let us in. Plus the breakfast was really good, we had seen a few reviews slating it but we found there was everything we needed, hot food, cold meat and cheese, toast, fruit, yogurt, cereal, and sweet pastries.
All in all we had a lovely stay, loved the hotel and the location.
Traveller from London
Terracotta seafront townhouse hotel set in the resort centre, 22 kilometres from the historic sights and landmarks of Pisa …More
Pretty hotel , not much in the way of facilities. Very crowded when the opera is on and very quiet when it's not . Food so so with little variation at breakfast and average at best . No taxi to get you around so cycle
This classic seaside resort on Tuscany’s Riviera della Versilia is still a fashionable watering hole with lively clubs and cafés. Viareggio enjoyed its heyday during the 1920s, when the ornate Liberty- style (Art Nouveau) villas sprang up along its palm-lined promenade and the grid of streets behind. Broad, dune-backed beaches, a harbour filled with fishing boats and luxury yachts, and its flamboyant Shrovetide carnival attract the crowds.