Heart of the Historic District in Lucca
We stayed in Lucca for six nights at the Piccolo Hotel Puccini, a delightful small, independent hotel in the historic section near the Church of San Michele In Foro.
The service was outstanding. As a privately owned and operated small hotel, the owner/manager called us by name, gave us marvelous tips on where to eat, shop, and park. One night, we purchased a delicious cake dessert, brought it back to the hotel, and shared it with him while we talked and talked.
Our room was a corner room that looked out on the Puccini Statue that is famous in Lucca. We had two large windows, a queen-sized bed, big chest, end tables, lovely small chair with material that matched the drapes. The ceilings were so tall with beautiful wood trim. Our bathroom was average size and adequate.
The place was quiet, comfortable, and quite attractive. We had the perfect view, covor TV, direct-dial telephone, private bathroom, firm mattress, and pleasant surroundings.
All-in-all, it was a wonderful six days at the Piccolo Hotel Puccini.
Note: no breakfast was served at this hotel, and that was the only drawback. However, because of that, we were able to try several places around the hotel.