"A fascinating liberty style villa
sea quintessence
soul wellness experience"

Hotel Gennarino Livorno The excellent location of the hotel, on Livorno promenade, in front of the Naval Academy and nearby of the historic bath houses, makes easy to reach the Hippodrome, the soccer stadium and the swimming pool area where you place the annual swimming championships, as well as the historic "Baracchina Rossa" located at Ardenza Mare where, sipping a drink, it is easy to get to know the characters typical of the most genuine of Livorno city.

The recent renovation has restored it to its former glory the ancient castle which has 23 double rooms.

A riot of colors and crystals, each floor is characterized by a particular shade, and covers structures and interior furnishings the original "Liberty style" and accurate, with a focus on the usability of the property by people with disabilities.

The accuracy of the finishing touches and impeccable service place the hotel in a segment definitely higher than the category to which they belong



Rooms

All rooms furnished with style and characterized, floor by floor, by a different color that reminds the colors of the style of the early twentieth century, Venetian red, green and blue, with furniture in ivory and golden tones makes the rooms particularly comfortable with the charm and excitement of the world of the Belle Epoque.

Some of them very large and comfortable to accommodate families and small groups, from 1 to 4 persons, on request Cots for toddlers.


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Services

Hotel Gennarino Livorno Free WiFi The internet connection is constantly active by network and service fax.

Hotel Gennarino Livorno Breakfast Breakfast is included in the room rate, and is served in a charming room decorated in Liberty style, in the summer in a cozy garden.

Hotel Gennarino Livorno Reception h24 Our hotel staff will greet you for check-in and check-out and give you any information of our city 24 hours a day.



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Location

Located along the tuscan coast, Livorno is considered one of the most important port of Italy, both as trading port and as tourist port.

Livorno is the birthplace of painters, musicians and poets as Fattori, Amedeo Modigliani, Pietro Mascagni, Francesco Guerrazzi and Giorgio Caproni.

The “Medici”, grand dukes of tuscany, developed the city in the end of the 16th century. Approaching the port you will see the “Fortezza vecchia” (old fortress) bastions facing the waters with its imposing Mastio di Matilde (Matilde’s keep) that guards the port and is connected to the Fortezza nuova (new fortress) heart of the city centre, by a canal system.



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