Grand Hotel Principe Di Piemonte

Grand Hotel Principe Di Piemonte

For a taste of 1920s elegance with all the comforts of the modern world, the Grand Hotel Principe Di Piemonte, Tuscan Riviera, delivers with style and panache. This small, luxury hotel has a refinement that is utterly charming, with impeccable service to make your stay as comfortable and relaxing as possible. The impressive façade is just the beginning, as you find yourself transported to a bygone era, where excellence comes as standard.

Five floors of history

The guest accommodation at the Principe Di Piemonte has been cleverly designed across five periods in history. Each floor takes you on a different journey from the delicate colours of 18th century Paris, the simple clean lines of modern times to magnificent imperial grandeur. The captivating furnishings showcase the unique character of each room, working in harmony with the décor to offer the ultimate in luxury. Mountain or sea views complete the picture, and the discreet service is second to none.

Delectable dining

Guests won’t be able to resist the Piccolo Principe, whose refined cuisine has earned it two Michelin stars. This rooftop restaurant offers a truly unforgettable dining experience, along with some spectacular panoramic views, and is enriched by an extensive wine list for the most discerning palate. The Regina Restaurant has a wide verandah for seafront dining and serves up traditional Tuscan fare.

Time to relax or play

The rooftop swimming pool enjoys stunning sea views, a fabulous backdrop to your daily dip or relaxation on the sun-terrace. With a fitness centre and spa, you can rejuvenate and reinvigorate with some uplifting therapies. Visit the Beach Club, a few steps from the hotel, where watersports or sunbathing can be enjoyed with a full beach service. If you want to explore, the knowledgeable concierge team can organise everything from vintage sports car hire, to a sea fishing trip.

Spa Gym

before you go

Everything you need to know before planning your dream trip

The Essentials
Private transfers are 35 minutes from Pisa Airport / 106 Rooms & Suites / 2 Restaurants & Bars / Spa / Pool with Hydromassage Zones & Cascades / Fitness Centre
When to travel
Winter months are traditionally cool and wet and the summer hot and dry. Meaning the best months to visit are March to June and September to October which also tend to be quieter.
How to get there
British Airways fly to Pisa and Florence from London. Other scheduled airlines offer alternative timings and direct departures to Florence from London City and Gatwick; and to Pisa from Gatwick, Luton, Stansted, Bristol, East Midlands, Manchester, Leeds Bradford, Liverpool, Newcastle, Glasgow, Edinburgh and Belfast.

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