Pisa Guesthouse is located in a charming historic house in the Reykjavik city-center. The house was built in 1908 and has housed a watchmaker, photographer, shoemaker and now Pisa Guesthouse as well as a very cozy Italian restaurant on the groundfloor. The owners of Pisa have tried to keep the history and old charm of the house alive only adding the neccessary modern comforts such as wireless internet, television and bathroom facilities in most rooms.
Pisa Guesthouse & Ristorante is family owned and with several years in the business of hospitality we beleive we have put all our best assets into this small establishment.
Our main goal is to make our guests stay as memorable as possible and at the same time give them the opportunity to stay in one of Reykjaviks historic buildings.
Pisa Restaurant has been renowned as one of the top Italian restaurants in Iceland and we welcome our guests with personal service and fantastic food.
Pisa Guesthouse has four room types available:
- Double rooms with a double bed and ensuite bathroom
- Twin rooms with two single beds and ensuite bathroom
- Twin room with two single beds and shared bathroom
- Single rooms withe shared bathroom
All rooms are equipped with linens, towels and a television. Wireless internet is free of charge in the whole building.
Towels are changed every day and linens are changed every three days.
From the airport we recommend the Iceland Excursions and please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for booking of transfers or other information.
If by car follow the route to city-center and we are located right in the heart of it
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
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