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Grand Hotel Principe di Piemonte

Haute cuisine and opulent rooms

The 106 rooms of this ornate 1920 building – set just a stone’s throw from the seemingly endless Viareggio Beach – boast a variety of visual styles, ranging from Art Deco to 18th-century Parisian and other historical facets – all comfy, well-heeled spaces that afford guests views of either the Tyrrhenian Sea or the Apuan Alps. The rooftop pool and terrace bar offer a scenic summertime hotspot, but the main draw is undoubtedly the gastronomic offerings. Two restaurants, the most eye-catching of which – the two Michelin-starred Piccolo Principe – plates traditionally inspired dishes rich in Viareggio’s local flavours.


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