Hotel Byron - The history 2

The history

A historic residence a few meters from the sea

In a very short time, the charm and elegant style of the villa made inroads into the aristocracy of the time, with its election as a destination of choice. It became a sort of gathering for the beautiful world of the time, for the high society that was, and especially for the Savoy family.

At the beginning of the 1900s, the residence was transformed into a refined hotel, taking its name from the English poet and politician, George Gordon Noel Byron, who visited the Grand Duchy of Tuscany – and in particular, Pisa and Livorno – between 1821 and 1822. The seafront of Versilia, the green in the surrounds and the exclusivity of the context, all contribute to rendering it even more princely.