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This hotel was obviously very grand a few years ago. It is in need of a bit of TLC but don't let that put you off. The location is fantastic. You can see the Tower from the roof garden. Breathtaking views with the mountains in...More
My friends and I picked this hotel for one night in Pisa for its location but didn’t realise it’s slap bang next to the leaning tower ! It’s right in the shops but we had no problems with noise .The breakfast and room was ok...More
I couldn’t recommend staying here enough. This is not a modern, boutique hotel. It is a traditional Italian hotel! The staff were fantastic and the selection at breakfast was amazing- pancakes, cooked eggs & bacon, plus all of the traditional meats/cheese. The hotel is less...More
This hotel is perfectly situated for all top attractions and only a 20min walk from the main station/airport.
However, it is considered a four star hotel which I utterly disagree with. It may have been 4 star worthy 50 years ago but it has not...More
I arrived into pisa with my parents. From the start I new this was the best hotel in pisa that I picked. The staff are very friendly and helpful and welcoming. It's in a good location two minute walk to the duomo and cathedral and...More
Yes, there is a lift. If I remember, there are five floors altogether. breakfast was vast--catering to both Italian, German, British, and U.S. preferences. The surrounding streets are mostly pedestrian-only zones, so there... More
Yes, there is a lift. If I remember, there are five floors altogether. breakfast was vast--catering to both Italian, German, British, and U.S. preferences. The surrounding streets are mostly pedestrian-only zones, so there is no road noise. It would depend on what guests were partying. Even with a "do" on the terrace restaurant, there would be not much noise pollution, if any. You could probably arrange for a late check out, but would have to leave your luggage downstairs in an area of the lobby. The desk staff would call a cab for you, by the way, since there is no car traffic on the street in front of the hotel.