Albergo Pietrasanta is situated in a seventeenth century palace known as Palazzo Barsanti Bonetti, in the historical center of the town, a few steps away from the cathedral and the medieval square. A lovely veranda in front of the garden, with century-old palm trees, connects the two buildings of the palace.
Once a stately palazzo, the Albergo Pietrasanta is decorated with exceptional frescos in guest rooms, suites and reception areas. Antique furniture and artworks sit alongside a superb collection of modern paintings tracing the course of Italian art from the 1950s.
Albergo Pietrasanta has 19 rooms and four suites, all of which are air-conditioned with satellite TV as well as bath and shower. The treatment of the décor is different in every room yet a soothing homogeny pervades. With a well-equipped gym and Turkish bath, close to the sea, the mountains and Tuscany's historic sights, this hotel of character skilfully blends its fascinating location with impeccable service and facilities for a first class experience.
Pietrasanta, nested in the hills of the Tuscan region of Versilia, has been a well-kept secret among art enthusiasts for years. In addition to its convenient location, the town has quite a few attractions of its own: spend time meandering through the medieval square, discover the town monuments or visit the workshops of the local artisans. Whether looking for a holiday of art, culture, beach or sun, Pietrasanta is a destination for a refined visitor.