Living in Lucca, Italy was one of my favorite experiences abroad, and I have so many fond memories there. There are plenty of Lucca hotels that are worth choosing, and you can find a variety for almost every budget. I’ve narrowed it down to the top choices so you can spend less time planning and more time at the restaurants in Lucca!
The best Lucca hotels for your vacation
This list of hotels has options for a number of price ranges, as well as some of my personal favorites.
Via della Polveriera, 6
+39 0583 493594
Run by my friend Elizabeth, Le Violette was my stop when I was looking for an apartment to rent in Lucca. Serving up a delightful breakfast each morning and located just inside the wall and not far from the train station, its darling decor and friendly owner are reasons enough to stay here. On top of that, it offers easy access to all of the best things to do in Lucca.
Via Fillungo, Corte Compagni, 12
+39 0583 493634
This cute little Lucca hotel was located not far away from my apartment right in the city center. It’s a short walk from the train station, as well as the duomo, a small grocery store, and more. You can’t get a better location, and after a long day of sightseeing, you have the option to head to the bar open until midnight.
Via della Dogana, 9
+39 0583 469181
It can be difficult to find hotels in Lucca, Italy with parking since most cars are not allowed inside the main city center. However, this spot is close enough to the train station that parking is an option for those taking a car on their Tuscany itinerary. It also has a location that can’t be beat close to all of the Lucca activities you’ll want to check out.
Via di Sant’Alessio, 368
+39 0583 191 3648
This 4-star delight is one of the hotels near Lucca, Italy, and it has beautiful rooms, plenty of room to stroll on the grounds, and a beautiful swimming pool. The best part is that it is only a 12-minute drive away, meaning you can get the best of the Tuscan countryside while still being able to head to the “big city” for some delicious food, the famous walls, and fun wine bars.
Via San Marco, 368
+39 0583 495010
Located a short walk just outside the city walls, Hotel San Marco has all the bells and whistles when it comes to Lucca hotels including a swimming pool, modern lobby, beautiful grounds, and parking. It’s also quite affordable considering what you get for the price and the proximity to the northern area of Lucca’s city center. If you want a little extra space, this is your best bet.
Via Delle Tagliate Prima, 49
+39 0583 582880
Free parking, sun loungers, and easy access to the main attractions in Lucca make this a great spot for those looking for a room with a view. The staff can also help you book trips around Tuscany if you are looking to wine taste, hike, or more. They also offer a gluten-free breakfast and a quiet place to relax during your vacation in Tuscany.
Via Nicola Barbantini, 246
+39 0583 496872
This bed and breakfast in Lucca, Italy is perfect for, you guessed it, couples. Located near the walls, it has darling, clean rooms, a swimming pool, and bikes available to take on a ride. Many of the rooms also have a view of the adjacent garden, along with free parking and a bar where you can sample some of the region’s best wines.
Via del Moro, 2
+39 0583 462404
This spot is famous among Lucca hotels for its large beds, sumptuous Italian-style breakfast, and the fact that it is named after the former local Puccini’s most famous opera. The best part is that it puts you right in the heart of the medieval city, meaning you’re a short walk away from everything there is to see and do in Lucca.
Via di Poggio, 9
+39 0583 55421
This affordably-priced option is the perfect place to book when you’re looking for where to stay in Lucca. You are just around the corner from Puccini’s home, as well as the duomo, Piazza Napoleone, and more. You can also expect a 24-hour front desk, WiFi in every room, and a bar to relax at when you have finished your adventures for the day.
Vicolo delle Ventaglie, 2
+39 0583 464175
Only a two-minute walk away from Guinigi Tower, this darling little hotel with classic interiors in a 14th-century building, a large breakfast, and an awesome common room where you can meet other travelers. If you’re looking for a spot that is in the heart of it all, this is a great option for a completely reasonable price.
Via Nuova per Pisa 1973
+39 0583 370763
It’s time to get fancy! This stunning hotel near Lucca harkens back to the city’s wealthiest days. Only about three miles away from the city center, you have everything you need to make the most of your vacation, including breakfast and a gorgeous lawn. It also gives you driving access to Pisa and Viareggio if you are looking to do some exploring outside of Lucca.
Via Nottolini, 10
+39 0583 53516
Just like its name suggests, Al Porto de Lucca is one of the Lucca hotels closest to the entrance of the city. It offers easy access to the train station (which can be amazing when you are exploring Italy by train). It also offers spacious rooms, delicious breakfast, a large yard, and bike rentals. Everything you need for a relaxing holiday in Tuscany!
Via Guinigi, 21
+39 389 443 6567
This little hotel is easy to miss and is located down a quiet street super close to the Guinigi Tower. For those looking for the ultimate Instagrammable hotel in Lucca, this is your spot due to its impeccable decor–it looks like it could be in a magazine! It also offers free parking and is close to the duomo and other points of interest.
Piazza Sant’Agostino, 3
+39 331 179 6590
You can’t get any more central than the Roman amphitheater in Lucca, and it’s hard to beat this apartment with a kitchen, outdoor space, and almost unheard of dishwasher. This is another hotel in Lucca that looks great in pictures, and with renovated bathrooms designed for families and an awesome loft, you can’t go wrong.
Airbnbs in Lucca, Italy
Of course, hotels aren’t everyone’s style, and the Airbnbs in Lucca are more than worth checking out, as well. Here are my recommendations!
Have you ever stayed at one of these Lucca hotels? How was your experience?
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