The luxury of a grand hotel combined with the simplicity of your own home. This is the philosophy of Palazzo Versilia in Pietrasanta, a prestigious property where the charm of elegant surroundings blends with the atmosphere of a unique city and class of its guests. First and foremost, is Pietrasanta itself. It has been the cultural capital of Versilia since the times of Michelangelo Buonarroti. The town, embraced by the Apuane alps and Tyrrhenian sea, is one of the world art centres, rich in traditions and laboratories of marble and numerous art foundries. Palazzo Versilia is set right in the historic centre, in the heart of this architectural treasure. In 2003, 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.
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