Overview In the heart of Pisa the Royal Victoria Hotel is close to the San Michele in Borgo and the Palazzo Blu The hotel built in 1100 is known for its location and its staff The primary amenities at this hotel are babysitting or childcare surcharge . . .
Surrounded by a garden with a lovely pool area the stylish Hotel with its distinctive architecture is situated outside the historic centre of Pisa The hotel features a contemporary style interior design and a restaurant offering Tuscan delicacies The . . .
This is an historic city residence housed in a restored property dating back to the end of the 19th century even today it offers the atmosphere of the Art Nouveau period and guests may spend a very pleasant holiday without missing the warmth of their . . .
The Hotel Villa Kinzica was established over sixty years ago in an imposing mid-18th-century villa Situated a literal stone's throw away from the famous leaning tower of Pisa the 3 stars hotel Villa Kinzica is the perfect choice from which to discove . . .
This hotel is located in the Cisanello district in Pisa Both business people and tourists meet here at the Piazza dei Miracoli 'Miracle Square' to experience art and culture The lively city centre and the main railway station are about 4 km away An a . . .
The San Ranieri is hotel is situated opposite Cisanello Hospital and only a few paces from the city's commercial centre at approximately 3 km from Pisa Airport It is only a short walk from the Palazzo dei Congressi and the railway station and about 2 . . .
The modern Hotel Repubblica Marinara is strategically located in Pisa It has friendly rooms decorated in warm colours and features a restaurant with Tuscan cuisine The Palazzo dei Congressi congress centre is just a short stroll away The picturesque . . .
This hotel lies in the centre of the historical centre between the river and the Piazza dei Cavalieri An abundance of shops are located in the immediate vicinity as well as restaurants bars nightclubs public transport The tourist centre and the Piazz . . .