Grand Hotel Principe di Piemonte

Principe di Piemonte was borne in the 20s, a time of prospection of the Viareggio city, which had become one of the most important beach resorts in Europe. Hotels were sprouting along the coast defining a characteristic architecture, combining some Renaissance revival with Art Deco and Art Nouveau. During its almost 100 years, the Hotel suffered occasional architectural changes until 2004, when it was renewed and modernized without taking its elan and aristocratic soul.

 Apennine Alps

principe  Imperial influenced room 

The view is stunning from any part of the hotel, whether facing the ocean or the gorgeous Apennine Alps covering the city. It serves also for lovers of Beach Polo, with one of the most important European tracks located near the hotel. It is composed by 87 bedrooms and 19 suites, wide and spacious, with different decorations over the different floors of the hotel, from a colonial style to oriental, deco, imperial or modern ones. All without mischaracterizing the hotel’s image and charm. It has also beautiful halls, ideal for meetings  and appointments.

Direction’s courtesy

The Pool is one of the Ex Libris of Principe di Piemonte, located on the hotel’s roofing, allowing us to get away from the beaches confusion, taking refuge in its comfort and breathtaking view.

Another space of election is the balcony, with a lovely winter garden, ideal for a late afternoon in good company, enjoying the good selection of drinks provided by the bar.

Dinner at the restaurant Regina

One of its strengths is, undoubtedly, the Gastronomy with the focus on two restaurants: the gastronomic Piccolo Principe, which has a Michelin star, functioning on the roofing during Spring and Summer, and the Regina, serving Tuscan and international cuisine, both under the command of the young chef Giuseppe Mancino. At Regina’s, we tasted simple dishes with good ingredients, namely local shellfish, executed with technical and aesthetic accuracy.

Lose yourself in the moment and pamper yourself with the magnificent treatments available in the modern and well equipped Spa, it is worth it.

principe2Restaurant Piccolo Principe, *Michelin

Overlooking the beaches of Viareggio

The Service is undoubtedly one of the Hotel’s strengths with an attentive, friendly and above all effective team in dealing with the guests, making them feel they’re in more than a beach hotel.

Luxury allied to the comfort and an idyllic location, make the Grand Hotel Principe di Piemonte a place to visit in any time of the year, whether to an animated summer vacation or an intimate and cozy winter refuge.

Grand Hotel Principe di Piemonte
Rooms from 119€ Piazza Puccini, 1. Viareggio

*Text: João Oliveira | Photos: Flavors & Senses and Grand Hotel Principe di Piemonte


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