Hotel Tirrenia

Address: Via San Martino 23, Viareggio, Tuscany, 55049, Italy | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Via San Martino 23, Viareggio, is near Toscana Saporita Cooking School and Tuscan Tennis.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Tirrenia Viareggio

    Great deal, close to the beach

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    We spent the last 5 nights of our honeymoon here. After 6 days on heavy sightseeing we were happy to truly relax here. The town of Viareggio is a nice beachside town with lots of shopping, restaurants and open markets within 3-4 blocks for the hotel. It was only an hour drive from Florence, 12 km to Pisa and 20 km to Lucca. The hotel is only a block from the beache. The rooms are not huge but comfortable, clean and quiet. The hotel owner Lucca was very hospitable and usually available to answer any questions. The complimentary breakfast was one of our favorite parts of the day with pastries, fruit, cereal, yogurt, bread, cheese and salami, coffee, tea, or cappucinos/expresso. And in the evening you could buy a glass of wine or beer and sit in the garden or at a table in the dining room. The price was very affordable after visiting Rome and Italy (~90 euro/night) and just as comparable as far as the room and amenities. We easily parked on the street the hotel was on 30 ft. from the door of the hotel with no difficulty.

    FYI - all of the beaches are private there and you pay for access to the beach with a lounge chair or for an umbrella and two sling back chairs. They are very clean, have toliets, showers, changing rooms and snack bars or their own mini restaurants. The hotel has a discount as one of the beaches a block away, ask owner for pass.

    Lovely hotel

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    We stayed at the Hotel Tirrenia on the first night of our Italian vacation and it was outstanding in every respect. The staff, accomodations and breakfast were exceptional. The location was perfect with easy access to the beach and town centre, and Luca recommended an excellent seafood restaurant nearby. We hope to return very soon.

    Friendly and good standard

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    Last july we spent our holidays by car in Tuscany , to visit the magnificent towns like Pisa, Lucca , Florence , Siena . We decided to stay some days on the coast , so we made alast minute in Hotel Tirrenia .

    This was a nice and lucky occasion to stay in a friendly atmosphere , supported by a efficent staff who helped us how to organize our time . The room was clear and clean with all the standard of the category .

    we are happy to suggest this nice hotel just two steps from the beach .

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Tirrenia Viareggio

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Viareggio

    Definitely luck, not stupidity.

    A travel blog entry by emtyadventures on Oct 05, 2013

    3 comments, 26 photos

    ... for food and lodging.

    We chose option A), even extending our stay from one night to three, giving us enough time to service MAX and Dasiy-Su. We also explored the township near the village, and at times felt like a donkey should be carting wares past us at any moment. The township was medieval as well, but had not nearly as much attention as the eco-village. It was rugged and very very old, with tunnels leading to teeny doorways, the baffling part being that people ...

    The amazing Cinque Terre

    A travel blog entry by marioz on Sep 30, 2013

    9 photos

    Today the weather looks a lot more promising. After breakfast we headed up to the train station to get our tickets to explore Cinque Terre. We decided to go to the furtherest stop first and then work our way back. We went to Levanto first. We got off the train and had a bit of a walk around. It didn't look like it was an easy walk into town so we waited for the next train back. We should have done some research on ...

    Steps, steps and more steps - Cinque Terre, Italy

    A travel blog entry by mjandcj on May 08, 2013

    20 photos

    ... all the other coastal walks were closed due to landslides that had been occurring in the last 6 months. We took the train from Riomaggiore where we were staying to Monterosso al Mare to start the trail. The beach here was the best out of all of the towns but the day was perfect for a hike as it was just a bit too cool for swimming. Once you got over the first half hour to 45 minutes of going up the walk turned out to be quite pleasant, keeping flat for most ...

    Rome and back home?

    A travel blog entry by marymichael84 on Apr 15, 2012

    3 comments, 51 photos

    ... eventually found our way to our hotel…what a joke…we had this map that showed the hotel so close to where we were but none of the streets matched, (i think it might have had to do with the fact that, because of the rain, the ink was running and it wasnt long before we had to stop using the map)…very frustrating…finally through the rain and bad weather and some helpful advice from people along the way, we found our hotel…thank God…needless to say, ...

    Tale of Three Cities

    A travel blog entry by yippeeyahoo on Oct 17, 2011

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... until you are sixty to travel. Travelling and trying to function in another culture is a broadening experience and the earlier you are broadened the better. We feel old by the end of the day, can only take a limited number of hours a day of new, strange and interesting things and then we are full up with stimulation. If we were ten or thirty years younger, I`m sure we could wring even more from this fabulous time we are having.

    Not homesick but missing you all. Love, ...