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Reviewed 2 July 2017 via mobile

We were staying there for 2 nights and felt very welcome right from the beginning.
Simone was always asking how we are doing and making us laugh. She has a great sense of humour and is also very helpful.
The hotel is very close to the beach, rooms are very clean with big balconies, air conditioner and fridge.
Breakfast was great, lot of variety. There's also a bar where you can buy their very own white vine at very reasonable price.
Dear Simone, wish you and your family all the best and hope to visit you again!

Stayed: May 2017, travelled with friends
Thank LauraUrve818
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Reviewed 31 August 2016

The hotel Oceano is situated on the Versilia sometimes know as the Tuscan Riviera.
The hotel location has essential components of a holiday at a beach resort of the Versilla.
Marina Pietrasanta, and Camaiore Lido are coastal resorts next to each other with road networks leading inland to the towns of both these resorts. The hotel has good connections with transport if you don't have a car, and hotel parking If you have your own transport. Flying into Pisa we caught the airport bus service to the busy Pisa railway station, this was a short journey and then a 25 minute train journey to Pietrasanta, once there alight from the station and head for the bus depot outside the station, ask for Marina Pietrasanta and off you go.
On arrival at the hotel we had a good welcome from the owner Simone, who came to England when younger and attended a language school in Eastbourne she speaks very good English, and German she also has a very good sense of humour which we enjoyed.
The Hotel is owned and run by her family husband & wife and two daughters, we found them very friendly, helpful and willing to do anything to make your stay even better. The hotel is 100yards from the beautiful beaches which are divided into numerous bathing establishment's with one having a connection with the hotel.
Surrounding buildings are hotels and villas all nicely located in pleasant grounds, breakfast on the hotel terrace was pleasant and the breakfast one of the best we have had abroad, in all ideal to travel further a field Lucca, Pisa, and Florence. There are restaurant's near by or 15 minute's away which are all very good.
The rooms are clean and tidy, lifts are always working, and If you can ride a bike these are available for hire and will get you every where local. Camaiore Lido has evening markets on the nice prom but Pietrasanta is a treat for dinner one evening with its old town setting.
We all worry sometimes If we have pick the right hotel, but be assured this one wont disappoint you.

  • Stayed: August 2016, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank daviddenyer1
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Reviewed 22 August 2016

At the time of booking I thought the British reviews were curiously out of step with others, but they were old.
This is a family run hotel where nothing is too much trouble. Spotlessly clean, a good and generous breakfast and really helpful staff.
It is on the border of Pietrasanta and Camaiore and so provides as useful base for either. There are a couple of restaurants nearby and a walk of 15mins in either direction along the Lungamare takes you into traditional Pietrasanta Marina or the more commercial Camaiore. The hotel subscribes to a shuttle bus for guests into Pietrasanta town on Friday and Saturday evenings. We used it, very good service. The town at night is a twinkling magical place with table lined streets of chattering diners, jazz cafes and wonderful food in a backdrop of art and sculpture. The hotel also recommended a beach Lido that is about 100 yards away, beautiful clean sand, toilets and changing areas. Altogether, Oceano was great for us, try it!

  • Stayed: August 2016, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank MiriamRL
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Reviewed 27 October 2009

We never have received such unfriendly treatment by any hotelmanager or staff we ever had to deal with. No smile, no friendly touch. They, especially Simona, gave us the feeling to disturbe, to bother her, we were never treated as guests. Perhaps it was our fault to travel with a group, but if the owners do not like groups - no one forces them to accept groups.
We do speak italian, but as we spoke to Simona in Italian, she consequently replied in German. Why? We don't know but felt very uncomfortable with this. Anyway, flexibility seemed to be a foreign word. We had to sit at the same table we sat one night, so that they "would not mix up the orders". When we refused to accept Simona got impertinent and insulted us.
Food: four out of five dinners they served pork, one time the opportunity to choose fish or pork.
All in all it is cheap, but never three stars, the atmosphere was more like a youth hostel.
Sorry, but this hotel is an absolute no-go!

  • Stayed: October 2009
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3  Thank tintinGermany
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Reviewed 26 September 2008

We were part of a tour on a 2 centre holiday to Italy but the Hotel Oceano was something else. The owner Simona was rather formidable. You didn't know if she was joking or not. Someone wanted to borrow a hairdryer and was told to" bring it back in 5 minutes, oh OK 30 minutes" You had to sign for the remote control for the TV, an orange juice (Diluted) was €2 and the other drinks were very expensive. The food was very basic but the pasta was good. The guests who were not on the tour seemed to get a better choice of food. All the staff could have done with a humour injection. Dour, as we say in Scotland. There was a lot of noise on Saturday night from the night club over the road. We had read the reviews before we went and were apprehensive. It wasn't as bad as we thought it would be but we wouldn't go back

Stayed: September 2008
2  Thank SlainteScotland
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