This warm and friendly hotel is within the ancient walls of Lucca, a 10-minute walk from the cathedral. Highlights at Hotel Alla Corte degli Angeli include free Wi-Fi and elegantly decorated rooms. Awesome parking in midst of Lucca! Very nice rooms, and hotel in general.
Set in Lucca's historic centre, 650 metres from Piazza Anfiteatro, Palazzo Dipinto offers spacious rooms with free WiFi. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. Location, quiet, clean, great breakfast
Just 200 metres from Lucca Train Station and a 5-minute walk from the city walls, Albergo Moderno offers air-conditioned rooms with LCD TV. Very friendly staff, comfortable and clean room. Great location, good value, good breakfast too.
Enjoy a personalised service and total comfort at San Luca Palace. It is set within the ancient walls in the historic centre of Lucca, just 800 metres from the Cathedral. We loved the personnel. Barbara was amazing.
Facing Lucca's famous Renaissance city walls, Albergo Celide is 1 km from San Martino Cathedral. The property offers free bike hire, free Wi-Fi and free parking. If you're planning a short trip to Lucca, I can recommend this hotel!
This friendly, family-run hotel is ideally located just outside the ancient walls of Lucca, just 100 metres from the main train station. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout. We loved the location...so nice to walk just a block or so to our room after a long train ride from...
Hotel La Luna is located in the heart of historic Lucca, just a few steps from Piazza Anfiteatro. Staff have excellent local knowledge and can advise on the best places to eat. From the time I arrived everyone extended themselves to make my stay pleasant.
The interior has been cleaned and well restored in recent years. This has exposed the inate beauty of its architecture and provided a more fitting means of display for its wonderful paintings. Be sure not to miss the unusual and evocative picture of The Last Supper by Tintinetti. It is worth making a visit to Lucca for this alone!
A must visit place, you don't have to be religious to enjoy it, just view and be amazed at the skills of the people who built and decorated this magnificent building all those centuries ago