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UNA Hotel Versilia

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Stayed here a couple of years ago and came back to write this review. I would recommend and would look to stay here again if i returned. The staff were so funny, helpful and kind and we were given a free upgrade to a suite- nectarines on arrival. The spa is beautiful, bikes to rent. Definitely a go

This hotel was an amazing find. The suite we stayed in was huge and very spacious with the biggest balcony to watch the world go by. The bed was all made up with rose petals with a complimentary bottle of bubbles to celebrate our Honeymoon. The outdoor swimming pool was cold but an excellent way to cool off. It had a lifeguard too which is great. The indoor wellness centre was also very lovely with great ways to relax weather you use the jacuzzi or the amazing steam showers or the warm pool. The hotel was exceptionally clean and the hotel staff were so lovely and friendly. Would stay here again for sure.

Wow, what a big hotel. The reception is cathedral in size with scattered sofas and chairs. At least three people on reception and we were immediately asked if they could unpack the car, indeed our luggage was in our room before we were! Room. They upgraded us from a junior suite to a master suite....I have been in far smaller flats! Massive bedroom, Queen size bed, couldn't find my wife for five nights! Bathroom This was a walk-in wet room again spacious with all the shampoo, etc you expect. Lounge & kitchen. Yes, kitchen that included a dishwasher and a washing machine! Then there was the lounge with large dogs and chair. Outside we had a large patio with two easy chairs and coffee table on end and a table and four chairs at the other end. Roof Terrace bar & Restaurant. This is fabulous with stunning views over the sea in one direction and the mountains behind. We spent several evenings up there have pre-dinner drinks but the cost of dinner up there we thought was very expensive, although I'm sure it would have been good. Dining Room With evening temperatures still in the high 20s, everyone ate outside. We did on our first evening but although the food was very good, we again thought it expensive as it worked out, with drinks at about €100. After exploring the nearly uncountable bars and restaurants along the sea front, we found one we really liked with true Italian food and ate there for our dinners for the next three nights. Even when we had everything we wanted the bill including drinks was under €50 and on our last night just €38 ! Breakfast This was amazing and had everything anyone could have wished for, fruit, cheese, cereals, yogurt, eggs of all description, smoked salmon, rolls, croissants, bread, jams. You name it and I reckon it was there. Breakfast was really excellent. Staff Were all extremely friendly and helpful all the time. Accessibility. Excellent. I use two sticks, but the hotel is massive so I had to use my electric scooter as the distance from reception to our room was too far to walk Accessible Hotel all very accessible. They didn't have disabled parking, but when we asked, they told us to park right outside reception and then put a rope around our car. Very caring and helpful. Room, sorry flat, very accessible, dining room, very accessible, breakfast (outside every day) very accessible and all the staff so aware of my disability. Very, very kind and considerate. Room had walk in shower and when cleaner found my walking sticks (I was using my electric scooter as site so large) I found a stool in the shower so I could sit instead if standing. Everything, very accessible. Getting around I have no idea how long the sea promenade is I would guess it was three to four miles. That's 3 to 4 miles of bars and restaurants all along the sea front with a level, accessible footpath covering this entire distance. Pedestrian crossings everywhere, but the Italians seem to use these a way of scoring points on how many pedestrians they can knock over. Someone disabled on a scooter, 10 bonus points, so beware, it is not like the UK, step off the pavement at your peril!

I stayed in a junior suite which was quite spacious, including a kitchenette. Very stylish and well designed rooms with white furniture and large sliding doors to the large balcony. Nice view of the hotels garden and pool, with partial view of the sea. Lighting in the rooms was well thought through, bathroom was very modern and of a good size. Blackout curtains worked well; air con efficient when needed. Hotel staff friendly, an extension of my stay was arranged effectively and quickly On site parking is secure ( it’s a gated property) and spacious Breakfast excellent, hotel bar ( in the lounge) is ok, but the rooftop bar is a must go place - in particular at sunset! The property is set back from the Main Street which makes it overall pretty quiet. Yet, beach promenade only a few minutes walk away. Highly recommended !

We arrived late to check in and we were leaving in the morning so we did not get the full experience of this place but for the amount of time we stayed, it was amazing! The grounds are beautiful and parking was easy. The front staff was very friendly and attentive(if your not from Italy, have your passports of everyone who is staying in the room ready). The room was spacious and really too big for just 2 people, but we loved it. It was interesting to find that you have to keep your room key in the front slot by the front door in order to keep the lights on the whole time. The bathroom amenities were nice too. Only negative was the shower itself - it only has this half glass partition and water gets everywhere and water pressure could have been better. We thought the beds were firm but comfortable. Breakfast was included with our room. It has a great selection and a chef cooking things to order on the spot. The food was delicious! We were only there for a very short trip(our car ride from bologna took awhile) so we will be back again!

We stayed at UNA Versilia for five nights as part of a Tuscan road trip in September. The apartment we had was very spacious and modern - there were two main sleeping rooms, a large modern bathroom with bath and shower and then a large kitchen/lounge area leading out onto a large balcony across the pool. The housekeeping staff were amazing, placing sweets on pillows and laying out the bed each night whilst we were out at dinner which was a nice touch. One big plus for the hotel is the spa facilities which consists of a large outdoor pool and smaller indoor hydro-pool with a sauna/steam room and gym as well. A weird aspect of the spa though is that it has strange opening times, opening from 10am to 1pm and then again from 4pm to 7pm when I assume most people would be wanting to use it in the afternoons. The outdoor pool is though open throughout the day and fully lifeguarded. The spa staff were some of the friendliest in the hotel, even giving me some free flip flops when I forgot mine. In terms of other staff, it's pretty hit and miss - most are friendly and helpful but some on the reception and restaurant are a little cold though it's nothing personal. It became clear that without a car there weren't a lot of options for dinner nearby the hotel so we ended up eating in the restaurant a couple of times. On our first night we tried to eat in the hotel at 7pm and were told there was nothing available until 9:30pm despite it being largely empty - we did eventually get called forward at around 8:45pm when it became clear the restaurant had lots of space. The restaurant manager wasn't very helpful this first time but was actually much more helpful with a gluten free member of our party during the actual meal. The second time we booked at reception during the day and that worked very well and we got in a lot earlier so I would recommend doing that. The 25 euro buffet is a great option, offering antipasta, pasta, pizza and deserts all on an unlimited basis. One thing is the cost of water though - at 5 euros a bottle, quite a markup! Overall, these were only small issues and the experience, atmosphere, service and food in the hotel were fantastic with great rooms, decor and facilities. Would highly recommend given the state of some of the other hotels around the area.

If you need a good night sleep, stay away from this hotel !!! Beds are to hard and neighbouring hotel is Always having a party. Breakfast is nice and rooms are modern, if you want to shower in the bath. Special requests are definitly not rewarderd. Spent you money somewhere else.

Hotel is exactly , as advertised . Beautiful property, all new. Not thought through bathroomas, not so comphotambe bads. Exelant breakfasts , pull, spa facility, roof terrace . Free parking, across the street from the beach. Beach at that town are from $$, to $$$. Lots of families w children. Staff dose all they can to make you comphoryable . Some better trained then others . Do ask for what u need, they will try to help. Some Beautiful towns to visit in this region. Sweaming will depend on some luck . Not ideal . Food is fresh, stores are great in the nabouring towns. Relaxing. Have a fun vacation .

We stayed at the UNA Versilia for 3 nights in a junior suite. The suite was large and clean. The hotel itself is pretty large and offers two restaurants which both offer very good food. The service of the staff is outstanding and very friendly. The hotel is perfect as a starting point to explore nearby cities like Lucca and Pisa. The only downsides of the hotel are the super-slow internet connection and the fact that there is no reserved beach area for hotel guests.

This hotel feels reasonably new and has very good facilities considering what is on offer from others charging higher prices in the area and Forte dei Marmi. I should mention we did have a discussion with the manager Gianluca Runci about the showers in the rooms being not walk in but in the bath and he confirmed that this is the general room layout, and we found him to be most helpful in our needs. If we were to come back to this area of Italy we would most definitely choose this hotel again. Thank you to the staff for a very pleasant stay.

Via Sergio Bernardini 335/337 Camaiore LU

Hotel highlights

  • Free continental breakfast
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Onsite dining

Located within a mile (2 km) of Pontile di Lido di Camaiore, UNA Hotel Versilia is within 3 miles (5 km) of La Cittadella del Carnevale. This 99-room, 4-star hotel has 2 restaurants, a full-service spa, and an outdoor pool. Also nearby are Museo del Carnevale and Pineta di Ponente.


Dining

Free continental breakfast is included with your stay. This hotel is home to 2 onsite restaurants, perfect for a quick bite to eat. Satisfy your hunger without leaving your room with 24-hour room service, or quench your thirst with a beverage at the bar/lounge or coffee shop/café.


Rooms

All 99 soundproofed rooms feature balconies, laptop-compatible safes, and desks. 32-inch LCD TVs come with satellite channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms offer hair dryers, free toiletries, bathrobes, and slippers. In-room massages are available.


Property features

At UNA Hotel Versilia, guests enjoy a full-service spa, an indoor pool, and an outdoor pool. If you decide to drive, there's free parking. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to help with concierge services, and answer any questions about the area. Other amenities at this spa hotel include a health club, a spa tub, and a sauna.

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

94.0% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 1234 reviews