7 rooms from £104 per night
Photo of A Palazzo Busdraghi

“Charming hotel in 16th-century palazzo. Elegant rooms have draped curtains, antique furniture and courtyard views. Massages available in-room. Pretty dining room for breakfast, and public spaces have Luccan artworks. Quiet location, yet central, ideal to explore this lovely city. ”

“Charming hotel in 16th-century palazzo. Elegant rooms have draped curtains, antique furniture and courtyard views. Massages available in-room. Pretty dining room for breakfast, and public spaces have Luccan artworks. Quiet location, yet central, ideal to explore this lovely city. ”

Recommended For

  • Local exploring
  • Enjoy the quiet location of this pretty hotel to walk the lanes of Lucca, trying Italian treats or stopping for coffee
  • Cycling
  • Along Lucca's city walls; plenty of rental shops locally
  • Other Activities
  • Day trips to Pisa and the Apuanian Alps
  • Great walks
  • The beach is only 30 minutes away
  • Learning
  • Lucca Center of Contemporary Art
  • Sights nearby
  • Piazza Anfiteatro
  • Local markets
  • Cooking classes
  • Wine tasting
  • Designer Shopping
  • Close to nightlife
  • No restaurant
  • Breakfast is available
  • Free wifi
  • Traditional
  • Romantic

Facilities

  • No restaurant
  • Breakfast is available
  • Walking distance restaurants
  • Massage
  • Air conditioning
  • Bar
  • Free wifi
  • Wifi

Activities

  • Cycling
  • Along Lucca's city walls; plenty of rental shops locally
  • Other Activities
  • Day trips to Pisa and the Apuanian Alps
  • Great walks
  • The beach is only 30 minutes away
  • Learning
  • Lucca Center of Contemporary Art
  • Sights nearby
  • Piazza Anfiteatro
  • Local markets
  • Cooking classes
  • Wine tasting
  • Designer Shopping
  • Close to nightlife

Map & Location

What's Nearby

Other Reviews

Lucca: Where to stay

A seven-room townhouse B&B with a shaded courtyard, Palazzo Busdraghi is one of the nicest hideaways in Lucca. The elegant 16th-century palazzo has been in the Busdraghi family since 1701. Rooms are decorated in warm reds, golds and oranges and have antique furnishings (in one is the wardrobe of composer Giacomo Puccini).

Originally published by Conde Nast Traveller (view article)