Rooms, at this marvellous hotel in the centre of the city, are designed in a modern and contemporary style, and each bedroom features modern facilities including a flat screen LCD television, a well-stocked mini-bar, and a luxurious en-suite bathroom! There is also free Internet access for guests to use for business or leisure, and all rooms are fully air-conditioned for those visiting in the warmer months. Reception at the hotel is open 24 hours a day, and provides a number of services including a car rental desk, an efficient laundry and dry cleaning service, and a safety deposit box should you wish to store any valuables here. Guests who are visiting Pisa on business are welcome to use the fantastic business facilities available at the property, including a conference centre, spacious meeting rooms, and audio-visual equipment for presentations.
Pisa is most famous for its stunning Leaning Tower, located in the Cathedral Square and standing at just under 56 metres tall. You will find many tourists picturing themselves as if they are pushing the tower or leaning onto it, and it is possible to visit inside the tower itself to learn more about the history and how its leaning structure came about. Close by you will find the Battistero, with a beautiful interior and gallery area, and the staff here will sing to you so you can hear the amazing echoing acoustics due to the shape of the building. The Palazzo Blu (Blue Palace) is a small but beautiful building that is certainly worth a visit, as its interior includes a number of renaissance art pieces, royal furniture and a stunning dining hall. Be sure to take a guided tour to understand all the information and the history of the palace, as it only a small fee!
Italy is renowned for its amazing cuisine that is loved all over the world, and in Pisa you can find some of the best authentic Italian restaurants around. L’Ostellino in Piazza Cavallotti provides diners with a cosy and intimate atmosphere, and serves traditional Tuscan dishes, delicious hearty sandwiches, and of course, pizza! L’Ostellino is just a short walk away from the tower and from the busier tourist hotspots, so it is worth the extra walk as you won’t have to pay tourist prices here.
Have a wonderful time in Pisa!