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I found this Hotel to be lacking something, we have stayed in number of other good 5 Star Hotels before & this was not at all up to those standards. The room was clean and tidy though it could have done with a pair of...More
This is our third visit to this hotel and we not disappointed. The room was great, breakfast excellent and the evening meal just spot on. We must mention Stefano the Bar Manager who was most courteous and helpful. Look forward to our next visit.More
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Response from GHPDP, Room Division Manager at Grand Hotel Principe di PiemonteResponded 8 February 2018
thank you for choosing us and for sharing your experience with us. Your satisfaction is our priority and we are very pleased to know that your stay as been perfect, as your expectations! I hope to see you again!
Do not hesitate to...More
We enjoyed our one night stay at Piedmonte. We arrived late at 9 pm due to a flight delay Munich to Florence. Nonetheless the staff particularly Alex was very kind and helpful after such a late night arrive. Old majestic hotel is very well kept...More
Very very very very expensive and as with so many of these top places these days disappointing . Can’t really put finger on why but with the exception of one star on the front desk it was just a bit unimpressive staff wise...More
What a hotel! We stayed for 4 nights for our anniversary. We were very lucky to be upgraded to a junior suite (108.) We had booked a sea view room anyway but the suite was amazing!! The staff were all wonderful, friendly and welcoming, nothing...More
This storied luxury hotel on the seafront promenade in Viareggio is a member of Small Luxury Hotels of the World. Built in the early 1920s, restored to the height of its charm in 2004 after 19 months' ...Morerefurbishment work, today the Principe is without doubt one of the world's most exclusive and refined historical hotels. The 106 rooms, including 19 suites, on five floors decorated in different styles, represent an ideal cross-section of elegant hospitality over the ages, through to the contemporary design of the sun-drenched rooftop swimming pool. The "Piccolo Principe" and "Regina" restaurants have also made their own contribution to the renown built up over the years by the Grand Hotel Principe di Piemonte in Viareggio. The Two-starred Michel restaurant "Piccolo Principe" offers sophisticated cuisine against the magnificent backdrop of the panoramic roof garden, where guests dine in summer, while the "Regina" restaurant offers traditional Tuscan fare. Less
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The walk to the beach is flat, but across the street (four lanes of traffic?) with the help of a traffic light. Then a fairly long walk on sand/walkway past all the chairs and umbrellas to the water. It seemed like this is... More
The walk to the beach is flat, but across the street (four lanes of traffic?) with the help of a traffic light. Then a fairly long walk on sand/walkway past all the chairs and umbrellas to the water. It seemed like this is the case with practically all the hotel considered beachfront. There are several (12?) steps up to the front door of the hotel. The porter can help, but it was a pain every time we took our stroller with baby out.