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Hotel Atlantico
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Reviewed April 14, 2012

The hotel is strategically located, has an indoor pool which is convenient, however you can hear all that is goin on in the neighbouring rooms and bathrooms. The rooms are small with no practical surfaces to place your toiletries, computer, books, etc. i asked if they had a microwave oven to heat up my baby's food and they looked at me like i had asked for a golden dragon egg. Not worth the price they charge and we will not be coming back here.

  • Stayed: April 2012
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Thank Anncor
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Reviewed September 25, 2011

The hotel is split across 2 buildings. The first (main building) houses the reception, couple of seating areas/ rooms/ bar dining room, indoor swimming pool and some rooms (with lift access). The second houses more rooms, a conservatory and the outdoor swimming pool.

We stayed in the second building which is lovely. The only downside was that we were on the top floor (3 floors) and this meant climbing the stairs, as no lift in this building, so if you have young children or are less mobile make sure you are clear when booking.

The rooms are clean and spacious and some days we were the only people at the outdoor pool.

The village itself is small, but perfectly formed :). With some lovely restaurants, shops, bars and a few beaches (on which you will be charged approx 25 euros for 2 beds for a day).

Our 5 days here were just enough and I would recommend Castglioncello & Hotel Atlantico.

FYI - Castiglioncello is busier on the weekends as this seems to be a resort where the local Italians visit. Also train travel was cheap & easy :)

Room Tip: Make sure you do mention if you are unable to use stairs.
  • Stayed: September 2011, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank Happy80
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Reviewed July 28, 2011

I was looking for a hotel on the coast near Pisa for a short stay to get over our flight from Australia. We run a cooking school in Lucca and it's important to get a few days R&R before diving into it. We had considered Cinque Terre but we had a car with a lot of luggage, plus wanted to be closer to Pisa Airport. After lots of research, I chose Castiglioncello and Hotel Atlantico and we were so pleased with our choice.
The hotel is lovely and the town is charming - it is a 5 minute walk to both sides of the penisula.
Senora Guiletta and her family & staff are most hospitable. Our room was spacious and opened onto a good sized terrace. The breakast choices were plentiful with a fresh OJ machine. WE ate dinner in the restaurant once. The primi pastas were homemade and very tasty. We weren't overwhelmed by the secondi. My husband's scalopinni with mozzarella was just that. A pale piece of meat smothered in melted cheese, no tomato sauce or anything else. However the service was good.
There is an outdoor pool, behind another building. The staff insisted on showing us how to get to it - takes two minutes and brought us drinks.
The indoor pool will make it a very desirable hotel in the chillier months.

  • Stayed: June 2011, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank JulesAnne
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Reviewed June 24, 2011

We were a group of 9 plus our local tour guide, Maria. We were met immediately by the concierge, Alessandro, who directed us to our villa in which we each were assigned a room. Our room was sufficiently roomy, for a European room, and very attractive. While the bathroom was a little small it was adequate and nice. The room we had was shiny clean and fresh. We were pleased to have a private balcony surrounded by big trees with table and chairs to relax in. The birds were wildly active and chirping all day long. The weather was great all week long. But best of all, the staff, from Alessandro to Signora Julietta, the owner, was all very accommodating and friendly. The foods served especially for dinner each night was delicious and we were offered great varieties. None of us was disappointed and nothing had to be sent back. Our pictures of this hotel came out lovely and we are proud to show them to our friends. This family-owned and run hotel was a delight to experience. Some reviews show there is no outdoor pool; we stayed in one of their villas closest to the square at the end of the block.and there definitely was an outdoor pool; I have pictures to prove it. Ask the staff where the outdoor pool is, they will direct you or let you know if it is off-limits. It is too bad some didn't see it.

Room Tip: Get Maria D'Arrigo of A Touch of Tuscany Tours
  • Stayed: May 2011, traveled with friends
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1  Thank doodeeann
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Reviewed July 10, 2010

Hotel Atlantico came across as quite a surprise. The service is outstanding, as well as the location. The hotel is family driven, which makes the atmosphere genuine and warm.

The rooms were okay. They are relatively well equipped with all essentials. However, the beds could have been somewhat better.

The breakfast doesn't offer much for those used to eating something steady. There is a wide selection of sweets and pastries, as well as excellent coffee.

The hotel has a spa section which is newly renovated. There doesn't exist an outdoor pool however, as some of the pictures might point out.

Overall this is a warm, friendly hotel with the most amazing staff I've ever met. The location couldn't have been better and neither could the town, Castiglioncello have been. This is a town where the locals go on vacation and it's far from the ungenuine boulevards of hotels and restaurants which you find on other more well-known locations. Not many people speek English which could be a bit troublesome, but at the same time very charmy.

  • Stayed: July 2010, traveled with family
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2  Thank CristianoLucarelli
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