Holiday houses Versilia • Residenza Palazzo Visdomini

The luxury of a grand hotel combined with the simplicity of your own home.

This is the philosophy of the Palace Residence of Visdomini di Pietrasanta, a prestigious resort where the charm of elegant surroundings blends with the atmosphere of a unique city and class of its guests. Palazzo Visdomini is set right in the historic centre, in the heart of this architectural treasure. A few years ago, an architect from Pietrasanta, Marco Bascherini, carefully restored the building, which was erected in the late nineteenth century. It once belonged to a noble Florentine family who turned it into their residence. The property was conceded by the Marquis Ernesto Umberto Dazzini Visdomini and it was transformed for welcoming guests. Today, there are four luxury suites, a loft on the third floor and a prestigious room on the ground floor, where the common areas and reception can also be found. The style is a rather special bed & breakfast thanks to its truly unique atmosphere. Starting from the furnishings and works of art preserved in the rooms. It could not be any other way, especially considering that the lady responsible for bookings at Palazzo Visdomini has turned her love of antiques into her own professional business, using her experience to recreate the tasteful interiors of the resort. The expert combinations of the original furniture belonging to the Palazzo together with precious eighteenth century pieces to complement the suites and rooms with the recently developed breakfast corners.

Available in Residenza Palazzo Visdomini

  • Air conditioning
  • Bathroom kit
  • Bathroom linen
  • Bathroom with shower
  • Bed linen
  • Bidet
  • Daily cleaning
  • Daily linen change
  • Double bed
  • Garden
  • Hairdryer
  • Heating
  • Jacuzzi
  • Mini fridge
  • Minibar
  • Sofa bed
  • Telephone
  • TV
  • Complimentary tea and coffee set

Accomodations Residenza Palazzo Visdomini

(Residenza Palazzo Visdomini) Palazzo Visdomini was restored with the aim of preserving its early twentieth century atmosphere conferred when Count Visdomini was planning his own residence here. Six apartments - were created - suites, each one built with a lounge, bedroom, bathroom and small kitchen to offer its guests every comfort and satisfy even the most demanding needs.. The 1st structure was built to accommodate customers wanting to enjoy a period of relaxation, culture and deep impressions in a unique setting to take you back in time, without foregoing any of today’s modern privileges, with the sea close at hand.

The “Eleonora Duse” room, situated on the ground floor, offers its guests an atmosphere from times gone by, called to mind by the eighteenth/nineteenth century furnishings of the elegant Louis XVI wardrobe and Napoleon III chest of drawers. The spacious bathroom adjoining the room with its polychrome marble finishings is an invitation to relax with its hydro-massage Jacuzzi and “early twentieth century” surroundings and antique white Carrara marble washbasin.

The windows look out over the historic centre of Pietrasanta: the suite dedicated to Leopoldo II dei Medici welcomes us in its warm nineteenth century setting with an “Umbertino” segretaire and period writing desk.

All the comfort of an authentic living room suite dating to the end of the century is added to all the comfort of a large bedroom with period furniture, such as the “commode” dating back to the end of the eighteenth century, the small Louis Philip bookcase and a splendid view of the Italian style garden.

The door opens onto the suite dedicated to the great Michelangelo, who concluded the purchase of the block of marble in Pietrasanta, which was used to create his greatest masterpiece: The Statue of David. Intimacy is transformed into atmosphere by the complicity of its bold colours, which emphasise and frame an inlaid chest of drawers and Charles X games table.

Suite offering strong emotions and bold passionate colours, the subject of D’Annunzio’s lyrical poems. Memories blend in with the Pompeian red of the hall and the picturesque view of the roofs and hills.

unique setting where the day area blends with the night, view over the hills of the ancient Rocca di Sala fortress where elegance and vitality are perfectly matched.

How to reach Residenza Palazzo Visdomini

How to reach Pietrasanta from Pisa Galileo Galilei Airport.
On leaving airport follow the green signs for the A12 Genova-Livorno motorway in the direction of Genova.After about 35 km take the Versilia-Forte dei Marmi-Pietrasanta exit. Turn left at the first roundabout following the directions “Pietrasanta centre” until you reach the next roundabout which has a Folon statue “l’Oiseau” in the centre . Turn left and proceed down the avenue for approx.600mt .Turn left at the first traffic lights ,after the second traffic lights continue straight ahead down the underpass keeping to the right . After a few metres you will find the Botero “guerriero” in front of you and the town hall square on your right , keep to the left where there is a large tree-covered parking area , pass the chemists into a small square – Piazzetta Crispi, take the left bend into via Stagio Stagi. You will find our residence after about 50 mt on the right. Sometimes before turning right into Piazzetta Crispi there is a small barrier showing times for pedestrian area only.

How to reach Pietrasanta from Florence.
On leaving town centre follow the green signs for the A11 Firenze mare (Viareggio) in the direction of Pisa until the Lucca exit.Bear right until you find the deviation of Viareggio (spur road) and proceed along the Viareggio motorway until you come to the branch for the A12 Genova-Livorno motorway in the direction of Genova. Take the first exit Versilia-Forte dei Marmi-Pietrasanta.

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