Located 50 metres from Pisa’s Piazza dei Miracoli and 100 metres from the Leaning Tower, Hotel Pisa Tower features air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi and a flat-screen TV. Was just perfect for short stay
Hotel Di Stefano is a 5-minute walk from the Leaning Tower of Pisa and offers great service, a large buffet breakfast and rooms with free WiFi. Staff really nice and helpful. Location is within walking distance to everything you need to do!!
With a large garden and free parking, Antiche Navi Pisane offers modern accommodation in Pisa. It is 950 metres from Campo dei Miracoli square, with the Leaning Tower and Pisa Cathedral. it was very clean and the staff was very friendly!
Villa Tower Inn is just 600 metres from the Leaning Tower of Pisa and Piazza dei Miracoli square. Offering free Wi-Fi, this property is set in a restored historic villa from the 1920s. Everything. From greetings and welcomes by Beatrice. The team just could not do enough.
Hotel Villa Primavera is surrounded by a graceful, green garden. The Leaning Tower, Pisa University and the hospital are within walking distance. Perfect walking location from Pisa tower.
The Royal Victoria is the only hotel in Pisa historic centre overlooking the River Arno. Take a short walk across charming, mediaeval streets and you will soon reach the Leaning Tower. Staff were lovely, especially the waiter at breakfast. Able to check out at 12.
Grand Hotel Bonanno is located in a quiet area of Pisa, 10 minutes' walk from the Leaning Tower. The hotel offers free parking, and large rooms with air conditioning and a minibar. Reception and staff are very helpful and obliging.
Grand Hotel Duomo is a 2-minute walk from Duomo Square and the Leaning Tower of Pisa. It features an American bar, a roof terrace with panoramic city views and free Wi-Fi. Excellent location. Friendly staff. Beautiful roof terrace bar.
Hotel Amalfitana offers air-conditioned rooms with LCD TV and free Wi-Fi. Set in central Pisa, it is 500 metres from the Leaning Tower. This was my first visit to Pisa and this hotel was ideally situated everything was within walking...
Just 250 metres from Pisa Cathedral and the Leaning Tower, the Helvetia is in Pisa’s historic centre. It offers simple rooms with free WiFi. A free internet station is provided at reception. The location is amazing just 4 minutes walking to lain pisa tower and the room are clean and the...
Hotel Novecento is a delightful period residence situated in the historic centre of Pisa, just a short walk from the Leaning Tower. The rooms come with stylish décor and high-quality furnishings. The hotel's garden was absolutely wonderful!
Only 100 metres from the Leaning Tower of Pisa, Hotel Francesco is set in central Via Santa Maria. It offers air-conditioned rooms with a fridge and tea/coffee maker. A simple continental breakfast
Hotel Capitol is centrally located in Pisa’s historic centre, close to the hospital and university and only a short walk from Campo dei Miracoli and the town’s famous Leaning Tower. Manager or owner was very attentive and helpful.
Hotel Soggiorno Athena is located just 300 metres from the famous Leaning Tower of Pisa. It offers parking facilities, free Wi-Fi access, and a large garden. Location superb. 10 minutes walk from Leaning Tower.
With free WiFi throughout, Hotel Leonardo is set close to Pisa's main shopping street and a short walk from the Leaning Tower. Rooms here are affordable and well-equipped and staff are helpful. Very beautiful and clean hotel, close to the tower and to the other side of the town.
Hotel Dell'Orologio offers old-fashioned atmosphere in a restored 14th-century mansion, located just 200 metres from the Leaning Tower of Pisa. Friendly staff, very clean room and utilities, a great study room on the 3rd floor and smart TV.
A fantastic blend of Roman and medieval history in one place. The tombs and gravestones are fascinating and beautifully decorated, with wall murals to enjoy too. Well worth the 6 euro entry fee - I preferred it to the cathedral or the tower!
This complex gets easily overshadowed by its neighbours and overlooked by turists. But don't be easily fooled. It's the home of the most amazing frescos left from the Ranaissance. The site was badly damaged during WWII and the essential restoration works have only recently been completed on most walls, so that we can see these masterpieces again.