Like many of the high-star hotels in Lucca, the style of the Hotel Noblesse is very much that of how it might have been in the 19th century when it welcomed elegant British travellers to Tuscany. But pretty much everything else is very much up to date.
Italian beds can be hard and pillows small, especially by UK/US standards. The beds here were very comfortable and the pillows fluffy. As I was ill (not Lucca's fault) and essentially spent 36 hours straight in bed, I have rigorously tested this.
All rooms have lovely balconies. Ours looked out on to the courtyard restaurant.
The shower was excellent.
The hotel has its own restaurant if you don't feel like going out.
The staff were extremely helpful.
Good free wifi.
The breakfast wasn't great. That seems to be true of many of the Lucca hotel breakfasts according to reviews on here. It was fine, but little choice of fruits, yoghurts, bread/toast.
The music played in the restaurant was, by and large, like being at a 6 year old's birthday party. There was some Dean Martin one night, but it was annoying to have to shut the windows to keep out perky kiddy Italo-pop.
The beers in the bar were REALLY expensive.
The TV only had one English channel. Only a problem if you're stuck in bed for 36 hours straight.
I don't know about the other rooms but ours only had a shower, no bath.
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- Also Known As:
- Noblesse Hotel Lucca