This beautiful hotel situated in the center of the city near the beach gives you a genuine feeling of being part of a different era. Somewhat outdated however charming. The hotel offers beautiful views of the ocean and the mountains to the east. great walking distance and bicycles can be rented near by for a safe and pleasant ride along the shore line.
there were a few problems though. There was no one there to valet the car or pick up my luggage when I checked in.
Once we were given a room there was a smell that stayed and made sleeping unpleasant. I learned later that there was a freon gas leak from the air conditioning. It took two days for them to set us up in an alternate room which was our last day. well better than nothing. just sleeping with the window to the street open every night was annoying. the new room was great and the staff from that point was exceptional. Parking of 36.00 Euros a night was in my opinion extreme but they waived that fee because of the problem that I was having with the room.
Traveller from Montreal Canada
This seafront corner hotel was built in 1921 next to the promenade in the resort town of Viareggio, 20 kilometres from Pisa …More
Excellent choice, hotel at the nicer end of Viareggio beach. Staff very friendly and helpful. Room was quite a surprise as it consisted of two rooms, a bedroom plus a lounge area with another large TV and between the two rooms was a large wardrobe with safe etc. Very nice bathroom, looked recently decorated with power shower.
Breakfast had a good choice and was regularly re-stocked as items were used.
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay her and would definitely return.
Traveller from Essex
A 1930s-style apart-hotel, located centrally on the Viareggio esplanade, 12 kilometres from the Torre del Lago …More
Viareggio is great base to visit Florence, Lucca, Pisa, etc by train. Old Hotel struggling to meet current expectations & standards. Rooms clean, good choice of fresh food at breakfast. Staff always helpful. Good value for money.
We were here for a concert at Gran Teatro Puccini. Public transportation in Torre del Lago is scarce after 11PM so if you attend a concert, you should have a car or be prepared to walk. Our room was modest sized but adequate for our needs and very clean. Grounds of the hotel property were very nice. Only draw back was no AC in our room and so with the windows open, it was a bit noisy. All in all, I would stay here again. Staff was very pleasant and helpful.
The friendly Hotel Villa Rosy boasts a great location in Versilia, in the north of Tuscany , only 1,5 km/0.9 miles from the …More
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.
Very good location, lovely friendly staff. Fabulous breakfast on the roof terrace with views towards the sea which made the holiday for myself and my husband. Also a lovely shaded area out front to sit with a drink. Room and ensuite basic.
Traveller from S Wales, UK
The Mirage Hotel, built in 1979, is a stone’s throw from the sea and very close to the Promenade’s historical buildings in …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.