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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          • Bar/lounge


          • Breakfast Available
          • Non-smoking rooms
          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Pets allowed


          • Continental Breakfast
          • Room service

          TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Tirrenia Viareggio

          Reviewed by ozmac

          Ideal Location

          Reviewed Apr 5, 2013
          by (34 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

          The family owned hotel was excellent. Could not have chosen a better host

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Tirrenia Viareggio

          Great deal, close to the beach


          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


          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


          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

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