Professionally run hotel with attentive staff. All the basics done very well. The restaurant offers an excellent option for an evening meal, as an alternative to walking into town, as well as providing a good breakfast either in the restaurant or on the terrace.
Whilst we were there the hotel held an informal party on the roof, for both locals and guests, on the evening of a local firework festival. Worth paying for a sea view.
We were upgraded to a suite with sea view. Delightful hotel, close to the beach, big swimming pool but gymnasium too small with very little equipment for a hotel of this calibre. Otherwise no complaints. It was clean and very comfortable. However we had one meal, a buffet by the pool, and the food was not particularly good and far too expensive.
Myself and my wife enjoyed the hotel and we appreciated the professional staff who were very attentive. The room however was VERY small. We were walking into each other and bumping into our luggage. Be prepared or reserve a lathered room than a "deluxe". The staff reccemded a great restaurant Osteria di Mare by the beach and gave us a ride back and forth for eight euros (worth it). The room smelled so good from the diffuser that we purchased two for our home. The pool was very nice but get there early for chairs and an umbrella as they go fast.
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.
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.
The name of an ancient principality on the borders of north-western Tuscany and Liguria now refers to a 30 km coastal strip between the Gulf of Spezia and Torre del Lago Puccini. Flat, straight beaches of soft sand set with sun loungers and parasols roll past a seamless series of small resorts, including Viareggio and Forte dei Marmi. Inland, the jagged Apuan Mountains rise steeply to high forests past the glittering Carrara marble quarries.
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