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Via Dei Franceschini 328/B, 55100 Lucca, Italy – Show map
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BBQ Facilities, Outdoor Pool, Grounds, Sun Deck
Food & Drink
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Room Service, Baggage Storage, Babysitting/Child Services, Daily Housekeeping, Fax/Photocopying, Honeymoon Suite
Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Heating, Air Conditioning
Italian, French, English
2:30 PM - 5:30 PM
8:00 AM - 10:30 AM
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
Up to three children under 2 years stay free of charge for extra beds.
Up to three older children or adults are charged 100 % of the room stay per night per person for extra beds.
Cribs are not available.
The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 3.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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In a private park, Villa La Principessa is an elegant hotel with a relaxing pool area. In the hills around Lucca, it has a Tuscan restaurant and traditionally-furnished rooms.
Score from 415 reviews Excellent
Great location, short drive or long walk to the walled city. Good base for touring the area. Lots of car parking.
Room dark and with very little storage and no dressing table.
Arrived early and could park for the day. Were happy to accelerate our room if we needed and were extremely helpful, even offering breakfast
Poor wifi, blocked shower, lumpy pillow
Lovely room, comfortable bed. Room was very clean and decorated well. Beautiful tiles on the floor interesting sconces and furnishings. Great surroundings and grounds.
Room was rather dark. Not enough drawer space or coat hangers. Facilities for making hot drinks inthe room would have been welcome. Breakfast area strangely at odds with the rest of the building; it was a tent complete with slug and snail trails!
Everything was perfect about this replica old world hotel,close to town and breakfast was the best we had in Italy. Swimming pool looked lovely and kids staying made good use of it. The host was very helpful and gave us a tourist map & ideas about what to see in Lucca.
Wifi was a problem although they had a technician coming to fix
room, pool, brakfast at the pool, wifi
Great pool, spacious clean rooms. Easy access to Lucca. Onsite parking. Excellent breakfast.
Very minor but wi-fi doesnt serve all rooms.
Kept awake by snoring from next door - a lot of noise transfer betweens room. Attic room had tiny windows, very dark and felt claustrophobic even though a large room. Breakfast not great.
When asked to change rooms for my aunty staff dealt with it very well and very helpful
There should be someone there to greet you if you arrive late,when clean room sheets should be changed,a lounge would be good in it,no one there to ring taxi after 5.30
Loved mostly everything! Lovely hotel, very clean, looks good, and the staff during our stay was excellent.
The juice at breakfast is awful!
The rooms were extremely clean and fresh towels every day. The staff were helpful but finished about 6pm . The layout of the hotel was very good , just missing a bar, and the style was very impressive.
The quality of the food at breakfast was poor, especially the cheap horrible bread. Nothing freshly baked. No bar or communal facility of any kind after 6pm. The pool had a cleaning machine running around the bottom of the pool ALL of the time. The furniture around the pool was filthy.
Loved the location. It was quiet and walkable to the center of Lucca. Charming design and sitting by the pool in the afternoon was a relaxing break after a day of seeing the sights. The breakfast was excellent and having a secure parking area was a bonus.
The wifi was very spotty in our room. It was only available if you stood in a corner.
Service. Staff are excellent, especially Stefano. The breakfast has many choices, pool, attention to detail, proximity to Citta de Lucca.
The shower is unnecessarily complicated. Some teething problems in new rooms but staff are very helpful.
This hotel is in a great spot for visiting Lucca and the surrounding cities in Tuscany (the public transport in Lucca is excellent). One of its best features is the lovely swimming pool, which is quite a bonus in Italian hotels. The staff are lovely and speak excellent English. The continental breakfast buffet was good with plenty of choice.
Decor is a bit old fashioned, but on the plus side the rooms are comfortable and very clean. There were two little niggles, the squeaky gate that was a tad annoying at night time and the occasional smell of drains outside ( think this probably couldn't be helped as it is often the norm with continental drainage systems!!!)
with typical tuscan decoration style. with pool,but we didn't have a chance to use.
family room was so small.it was just added two single beds in the room.kitchen was super tiny.bathroom was small too.I even went to reception to ask if this room was what i booked.coz it was just too small for four adults.and it was not worth that much money. breakfast was simple,wifi signal was weak.we can't get signal in the room.had to go to the lobby area.and we need walked around 20minutes to old town.when you have travelled around Italy,and you will even want to walk for 5mins.
Close by the old city, good parking in a secure area. Good wifi.
Bathroom was small, but that's typical of European hotels.
Booked in online around an hour before we actually arrived and were able to check straight in. Hotel has parking along with a pool and large garden area. The hotel gate is closed on a night with access through a key code panel or through a side gate if you're on foot. Around 10 minutes walk into Lucca itself. We had a deluxe room on the ground floor which was spacious and has a small kitchenette area.
No iron or ironing board available in the hotel. No credit card facility when we went as it was under new ownership although I understand this is a temporary situation.
- room design, medieval style - big room, lots of space - quite close, 10min walk but the walk left us quite disappointed with Lucca as first impression. Inside the old walls it is beautiful. - the lady on reception/owner was very friendly and welcoming, although we did not find her easily when needed. It is a small hotel.
- very small shower - breakfast was awful. Fruit was old, the watermelon was an anaemic shade of pink, very powdery. Biscuits and croissants were supermarket packaged ones. Coffee from automatic machine, not good at all. - there was a cleaning filter in the pool the entire time, with the cables sticking out over the pavement, looked ugly and was not safe. I expected it to be used only at night. - the neighbours upstairs woke up before 7am and you could hear them walking around and talking, woke us up.
Just about everything. Staff, roomy accommodation, nice breakfast,lovely surrounding ,easy access to wall town. A great stop and a restful one after the hubbub of Rome and Firenze. Planned to stay one day, stayed three. Would have stayed longer but we're booked in Venice. Thanks for a great time.
At six for two the shower was only a little larger than my coffin! But the seems to be the case everywhere in tHis otherwise delightful country. The wi-fi needs help but that is not the fault of management. We had a great time.
It had a beautiful pool with wonderful views of the mountains and was located within walking distance to the centre of Lucca. The rooms were luxurious and the surrounding gardens well maintained and pretty. The breakfast was great with a wide selection and the staff were very helpful and friendly.
Great location, helpful staff when I needed to print boarding pass off..... Nice pool area and lovely seating area to read and watch the world go by on a swinging chair for two.
Needed a little more love... No staff on sight after 8 pm... Lacked atmosphere around pool... No quiet music in background, bar unattended frequently, mosquitoes!!
Staff were friendly and the room was brilliant!
The Staff. Previous reviewers are accurate in describing them as hard- working, friendly and extremely helpful. Given the constraints they work under, they perform miracles! Some reviewers complain about the distance from Lucca's centro storico if you are without a car. We deliberately wanted to stay at a place with a swimming pool and so expected to be a little way out of town. One of our family is physically handicapped, nonetheless we walked into town on at least four occasions. For the able bodied, I reckon it is a comfortable quarter of an hour stroll, which will take you past the friendly butcher/general dealer, a caffe, where, of course the coffee is both good and cheap ( a splendid place for breakfast!) and a pharmacy. Having explored the city, we usually got a taxi back to the complex.
Corte Degli Dei is run on a shoe-string. It is completely under staffed and you will be fortunate to find anybody at reception, when you arrive. This is because the employees - a maximum of four at any one time - will be busy about the complex. In any event, there are no personnel on site after 17.30 or before 08.00 - though the manger can be contacted by telephone at any hour. Breakfast is a bit of a health risk! A previous reviewer mentioned food being left out in the tented breakfast accommodation during the heat of the day and, indeed that was our experience. Needless to say we preferred to eat out. The design of the complex is peculiar, a cross between an early mediaeval mini-castle and Tuscan rusticity. Our room featured a four-poster bed, with, what felt like shower curtains, and a sofa bed, which was more than adequate for our needs. What I couldn't understand was the half wall which partly divided the room and hindered movement. Also the strange idea of partly plastered walls, to give the rustic effect, provided an ideal refuge for insect-life and dust. Also the air conditioning system was distinctly idiosyncratic, refusing to respond to the controller. Fortunately, the nights were cool, so we simply unplugged it. The pool is large and was very clean during the three days we were there. This isn't really surprising as the robotic cleaner was the main occupant for most of the time! Swimmers swam over or under its trailing lines. The furniture looks new, though more discerning guests will not be impressed by its cleanliness. But given the number of man hours worked in this place it is hardly surprising that such routine maintenance is neglected. Finally, this accommodation is not cheap and in my opinion doesNOT represent value for money.
This B&B is way more than a stroll from town, you need bikes and theirs don't work. The breakfast is one of the worst we've ever had. Nothing fresh and served in a mouldy tent/marquee.
It wasn't a comfortable stay at all.
- room, decor and bath - location - pool area
- tiny shower - stained red floor, cleaning products stained our feet - breakfast was poor - staff were ok - pool sitting area dirty
The breakfast was varied and very fresh, liked there were al lot of fresh fruit. The decorations were fun.
A lot of things were broken. e.g. 4 parasols at the pool could not be used. Not so good, when Italy is very warm and sunny in July and August. Coffemachine were broken. Lots of hair in the pool for days, before it was cleaned. Room was not very clean, cobwebs in the windows and much dust at the tables near the beds. We were staying for 10 nights, and had only clean bedding once. It was never possible to get hold of persons when needed. You would have to go looking for them even in the check-in time. Actually we never checked in....!!! We lived at the upper floor, with very small windovs, so you would have to turn on the light just to see. Several times an hour the light went of, and so the air con. - No good.
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