We are in the best location you can get in Pisa, in the historic and oldest part of the town, right under the Leaning Tower. everything will be in walking distance; sights, shops, restaurants and nightlife (Piazza Garibaldi is just 5 Minutes walk from here)
Our place is very well connected by public transports, a 5 minute walk away from the Pisa San Rossore train station, and a 15 minute walk away from the Pisa Centrale train station. Buses to the beach, train stations and airport stop nearby.
Helvetia Pisa Tower is a simple, warm, clean and well decorated place full of quirky features. During our recent building renovation,one of our collaborator was the local artist Francesco Moretti, who restyled the Bar and the head of most of the beds.
All bedrooms have a TV, a ventilator on the roof, heating and double glazings.
There is free WiFi access throughout the hotel and another free internet access point in the common room. Our common room open 24 hours a day with automatic machines for soft-drinks and snacks.
A small but cosy courtyard is available to relax reading a book or sipping a drink, here you can admire an Euphorbia Eritrea (cactus plant) of 9 metres, the highest in Pisa. There you can also park your bicycles for free. (for our cyclist guests)
We take care of your luggage for free before checking in and after checking out.
**Please note that since 1st of March 2012 a new 'Tourist Tax' ordered by the Pisa council has been put into place. The tax of 1 per night per person is compulsory for all guests of Helvetia Pisa Tower.
- In case of No Show, we will charge you the first night stay.
- Payment is required when checking-in.
- Breakfast is not included.
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