x The average starting price for a place to stay in Pisa is £40 per night.
jcbromhead Very comfortable and spacious in a good location 5 mins walk from the rail station yet close to the heart of the city. You will need a good map to find it first time as up an inconspicious alleyway. Very helpful English speaking host, good breakfasts. No tea/coffee making facilities in the room.
chamilton We only met Giacomo on our stay but he is a lovely warm man, a true gentleman who couldn't have been more helpful. You get the impression he would make the effort to get to know all of his guests personally and is very proud of his villa. Accommodation is very spacious and situated in lovely surroundings. The room was very clean. There was a small fault with the showerhead when we stayed but this was very minor so we didn't even think to mention it. Breakfast is typical Italian in that it seems to be quite sweet-perhaps some fruit would have been good- but there is also cereal which would cater more to Irish tastes. An airport transfer is available for an extra charge which is a definite boon if you are arriving late into Pisa airport. All in all a great base in which to explore Pisa and the Cinqueterre.
Alison_Pac This is a very nice guest house with friendly, accomodating staff and owner. It was very handy for both station and airport bus, and really only 10-15 minutes walk to central Pisa. My only 'criticism' would be that the bathroom is not ensuite so showering and going to the loo felt like a bit of an expedition! However, it was very very clean - no complaints at all. A huge breakfast was available in a pretty room overlooking the garden. Disabled people would find the steps up to the guesthouse difficult.
unapiojera The Hostel was the best hostel that we have stayed in Europe. Was just one night, but the attention was excelent, the location was really convinient: just 5 minutes from the train station, 10 to the airport and 25 to the tower. The environment, just great! Great facilities (free internet, unussual in Europe!), lifts and everything clean. We recommend this hostel. Mauro and Carla
Viale delle Cascine 86 56122Awesome 87%
alisonhawt A lovely site and very clean we were in a 1 bed room that was attached to another room, like a split mobile home which wasn't so good though. Noisy and it rocked! the separate ones for 10 euros more might have been better lovely staff and so close to Piza though
Via di Padule 17 - 56124 PisaAwesome 85%
thee_snooz Very misleading description on website. -The "breakfast in abundance" consisted of tea/coffee/diluted orange and a croissant. Be prepared to go for another breakfast 10 minutes later. -"Internet access" means WiFi....ie access IF you bring your own laptop. However, excellent location: 4 minutes walk to the Tower. Bus stop right outside the house to take you to the bus/train station.
billy.mcch The staff were incredibly friendly and the hotel was conveniently located to the main train station, the airport and within reasonable walking distance of the tower etc.
mareen.wel "A casa doina" is a really kind place to stay, actually two minutes from the airport of Pisa. There is no noise caused by planes, but you find a little garden, and a nice familiar house. The owners are very friendly and help you wherever they can. It is overall clean and in its simplicity very lovely. There are only three rooms that can be booked, I think. The nice bathroom is shared. Travellers often stay only for one night to take their plane early in the morning. Actually I would think to stay there for more time as well, because the station of pisa central, in the end, is so near (the train which parts every 30 minutes takes 5 minutes, by walk you reach the station in less than 30 minutes, just keep on walking down the road and then keep left) Maybe you are better off to stay here than in a turistic, expensive, noisy and dirty hostel in the city-center!
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