Hotels Near Tora Tora In Pisa
0.08km from Tora Tora First we were suppose to be accommodated in different room - the one I choose in the picture at booking.com. There was nobody in the reception - I went there twice. Phone was not working. So then we decided to went outside and rang the bell - so we basically lured the receptionist from his hideout. We had to wait one night and then they moved us, but if we wouldn't say anything nobody would take care of it or apologise for it. There were also missing slipers in the room - next day we got flip flops - not really nice if you are staying there in winter. The whirlpool smelled like a sewer first time we wanted to used it - just disgusting. There was also a lot of noise not only coming from the street thru the windows, but we could hear our neighbours as well. I put a few dirty towels on the floor to be collected by cleaning lady - I found out she just folded them and put between the others we were still using. During five days we got shampoo and shower gel only once. Last day when we were leaving we asked for the taxi to the airport - the receptionist told us that probably they will be busy - he didn't check anything just said this - when we went there back to picked upt our suitcases we asked him again and he said there is no taxi today :D - he could at least try to call other company or whatever. For the money I have spend and considering the fact it is 4 stars hotel - I was expecting much more better service and at least some good will and an effort to make your clients happy.
0.27km from Tora ToraSpent 4 nights here & I have not one complaint, Yes it’s old! May I say, I’m very happy that the modernisation is at a minimum, it’s very clean, breakfast is adequate & it’s location is just right. A little cold at night but plenty of spare blankets in the room, such big rooms would be impossible to heat with modern heating let alone the old cast iron radiator with 2” pipe work The staff are all excellent & very helpful , give it a go, you won’t regret it if you like “ oldie worldie “
0.27km from Tora ToraI have been coming to Italy every year for 10 years. When I first went to Pisa this is where I stayed. I was treated like royalty and the price you can not beat! My room had a terrace overlooking the river. This is on the 3rd floor but there is a lift/elevator. You can walk from the train station in less than 20 minutes. The train easily takes you to the Mediterranean sea or to Florence. This is the place to stay. The price you can not beat. There is espresso, juice, and croissants. The hosts are fluent in Italiano and English. Your room is cleaned every day. If you ask for "Jenn's room" that is me, you will have to share a bathroom but no real problem. They may have rooms with their own bathrooms. I love it here and it is all I dreamed of in Tuscany on a budget. I wouldn't go anywhere else! They also own Night and Day which is on the 7th floor. this is my second home!
0.33km from Tora ToraIn a nutshell this place is perfect in many ways , the owner is super friendly , the entire place is spotlessly clean , room is lovely and cosy , breakfast is laid out well and caters for most people and the location is brilliant. Although on the busy main pedestrianised street the double glazing cuts out pretty much all of any noise there is , literally five minutes walk from the train station , bars and places to eat are on your doorstep . We spent two nights here and everything we wanted to see was within walking distance. We would absolutely stay here if we were visiting Pisa again.
0.35km from Tora ToraDefinitely not “luxury” but it was clean and comfortable. Seems to be the luck of the draw. Maybe better for couples than families. Downsides: 1. It wasn’t clear which room we were allocated at booking. We emailed & specifically asked for a room with a bath. At first they responded saying we hadn’t been allocated the room with a bath. We thus emailed back asking if we could have a bath as we were travelling with a 1 year old. We chased again & said we would need to change accommodation if this couldn’t be accommodated, but would assume that this could be accommodated unless they advised to the contrary. Upon arrival we were told that this hadn’t been arranged so we were regrettably left having to wash our baby in the sink! They then denied having received our emails - even though they’d responded to one & the emails were all in the same email chain. Their response was a shrug. We took their word for it & got on with it, however. 2. We had prepaid 48 Euros per day for breakfast as the Arts Cafe sounded lovely. However we were told on arrival that the Arts cafe was closed. No explanation was given as to why we were only told upon arrival. We reluctantly therefore agreed to try the apartment’s own breakfast at the same cost. They then proceeded to provide our 1 & 4 year old children with coffee (yes, coffee!!) to drink with their ham sandwich breakfast. 3. We politely declined their breakfast the second day & asked for them to refund the breakfast sum of 48 Euros pre-paid for the second day. They said they couldn’t do so. No explanation as to why. 4.We were allocated the room atop 4 flights of stairs. Not the easiest with a young family and no lift.
0.37km from Tora ToraFive minutes from the train station, ten minutes to the Campo di Miracoli. The host was very helpful, providing recommendations for dinner to avoid the touristy places and get a real sense of Tuscan food. The room was comfortable and clean, only downsides was noise from outside, I think it was only single glazing and could do with a bit more sound proofing (having said that I always travel with earplugs anyway), and the shared bathroom which sometimes meant waiting to go to bed or go out whilst people were showering/drying hair but that's just how it is in a shared bathroom situation.
0.39km from Tora ToraThis was a perfect base to spend our first night in Tuscany. It is so far into the old town with narrow streets that our large people carrier taxi had to stop short of the Piazza Sant Ombono. The driver helped wheel our cases to the door (the smaller taxi we had the next day got right to the door). We were warmly greeted by Franco, and he carried our luggage up the stairs, saw us settled in our immaculate suite, and recommended a restaurant nearby. This was a great place to stay; there are swankier establishments, at considerable extra cost, but we were very comfortable here. Breakfast was excellent and included in the total cost, €118, pretty good value for September when Pisa is still busy with tourists.
0.41km from Tora ToraWe had a room booked at another hotel but it was too far away. We'd already paid there so we needed something that wouldn't break the bank. We found this hotel online and booked it. Upon arrival we were pleased with the reception and the fact he let us check in despite it being around 10 in the morning. There was a cafe/bar in reception and it looked great. We went to our room, for 3 people with a private bathroom. We walked in to find bunk beds and a double bed. Not an issue as our daughter was happy enough. We tried to switch the air conditioning on to cold but nothing happened. The only way to get it blowing was to put it on heat then turn it to the coldest. This blew out tepid air. It was cooler opening the window, opening our room door and then opening the balcony doors at the end of the corridor. The view out of the window was a back street, which you wouldn't call charming. The bathroom was tiny and the shower even smaller. Due to where it was positioned the sliding doors opened at the corner. If I was any bigger at all I would not have been able to get in. It's a very tight fit. Washing is even harder. We stayed for 4 days and at no point could I use the cafe or the bar. This was down to the fact there was no one on reception. The rooms were cleaned every morning and the first morning I saw the maid, I didn't realise who she was. She came downstairs, whilst I sat waiting for someone to appear but she wasn't dressed like a maid or staff even. She then disappeared back upstairs to clean rooms. Quite literally there was no receptionist or anyone to serve drinks. After 11am there was no staff whatsoever. The plus points are that it's a great location. 3 minute walk from Central train station. 20 minutes from Leaning Tower and about 2 minutes from closest restaurants and bars. Its clean. Its cheap. Its definitely a budget hotel, and after having stayed here, I don't think I would stay here again.
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0.42km from Tora ToraThe room was great! Spaceious, good bed and clean. Just a few yards from the street where restaurants and shopping was excellent! 15 minutes walk to the tower and the old city center. Helpfull staff, that knew the city
0.43km from Tora ToraWe arrived at this hotel with little expectation after reading some of the reviews but were pleasantly surprised when we finally arrived in our room. We had a large double bed (2 mattresses pushed together) that was reasonably comfortable. Everything seemed very clean. As some reviewers have posted, we didn't have any mould in our bathrooms and our air conditioning appeared to be new although we had no use of it. There was a small TV (mainly Italian channels) and a small fridge. We had a top floor room with a view over the street and across to a church. The breakfast was adequate. I wouldn't have necessarily paid extra for it but it was included in our price and was enough to get you through the morning with cereals, bread, fruit and pastries to be had with hot drinks and fruit juices. The location was brilliant, all being within walking distance to the train station and the tower. There are plenty of restaurants and supermarkets around the hotel. Our only problem was that despite putting a 'do not disturb' sign on our room we firstly had who I think was a maintenance guy knock before swiftly entering without our say so before quickly retreating. This could have been a problem for someone for example having a shower. The second was a maid that had been into our room to clean it but again ignoring the sign and taken it down altogether. All in all the hotel exceeded expectations but unfortunately with also a few minor gripes with staff. Great base for anyone visiting Pisa and the surrounding areas.
0.43km from Tora ToraThis place is a great budget option! You get the basics and not much more, but this is reflected in a fair price. The bed was not orthopedic, but it was serviceable and I slept well. The room is functionally small, but the square footage is actually decent (at least in our room there was an odd hallway leading to the small room. So, you can leave suitcases , bags, etc... out in that area) There is also a very nice garden you can use for self-service dining, or relaxing. The staff was friendly and spoke conversational english. The water pressure is fantastic! The A\C unit has a wonky remote, but once you find the "transmit" button, you will be pleased with the results. If you are a high end traveler this may not suit you, but if you are budget minded and looking for a functional family style hotel with reasonable rates, I would definitely recommend Hotel Minerva. The parking is acceptable as long as you intend to walk while you are in Pisa. It is basically street parking partially managed by hotel owned vehicles "reserving" spots. Once you get parked it is fine, but I would not want to have to sort parking every day or multiple times a day. You are over a kilometer from the tower if that is where you are headed, but you get to walk through a nice shopping district. So, it is not a bad walk. The bathroom door is probably worth mentioning... it's one of those plastic accordion things. So, if your sensitive to your partners habits... bring earplugs... and a fan ;)
0.45km from Tora ToraThe hosts were fantastic. Andrea checked us in, gave us all the important information including places to visit in Pisa and restaurants (we tried Alle Bandierine from this list and it was amazing!). There is a lift in the property which is very useful. Our first room had a kitchen attached, and there were complimentary crackers, drink and biscuits for our arrival. Unfortunately there was a water leak in our bathroom due to a broken pipe under the sink (these things happen!) but the hosts reacted in the best way and we were moved to another room within 30 seconds (a bigger room too!). It was all very smooth and they were very accommodating. The room was very spacious and comfortable. There were two locked doors before entering our room and the wardrobe was locked with a key so we felt very safe leaving our things. The breakfast was served in a pretty room with the other Andrea hosting this time. A good selection of continental breakfast! We left our luggage with the hosts after checking out and picked up later. The location is perfect for exploring everywhere on foot. I would definitely recommend staying here whilst in Pisa.
Hotels Near Tora Tora In Pisa Review
Pisa City Center
Visited Pisa for New Year 2020 and stayed at this lovely hotel booked through Love Holidays. Perhaps a little dated but that added to charm of the hotel, buffet breakfast was included and this had a good variety of meat, cheese, pastries, fresh fruit and cereals. the room was cleaned regularly and all the staff were very professional, helpful and pleasant. the location has to be the biggest plus for this hotel, we were in room 210 (triple) this room has 2 small balconies that open onto the main street and right at the end is the Leaning Tower! definitely a WOW moment!! Opposite the hotel are several reasonably priced restaurants so eating out is easy. Pisa is beautiful and there's lots to see and do, we also caught the train to Florence on 2 occasions as we wanted to visit the art galleries - book in advance for the Uffizi and Accademia as the queues are enormous, luckily the hotel has good wifi so booking on line the evening before was simple. One tip I can pass on is that the shuttle train from the airport to Pisa central train station costs 5 euros per person then we got a taxi to the hotel, however a taxi from the airport straight to our hotel was 15 euros so a taxi worked our cheaper for us. I can thoroughly recommend this hotel and wouldn't hesitate return.
Pisa City Center
My boyfriend and I stayed here for 4 nights to explore Pisa. The location is perfect for anyone interested in the Tower and local museums and about a 20/30 minute walk from the train station. We had a transfer from the airport (10 mins) and found everything to be fairly close. Our room was very clean and simple. Our bed was made daily and the staff were all very friendly and hospitable. The place could use a little updating- not by much but even a new carpet could renew the place. There is a very old hair dryer and bidet.There is a small lift to get to the upstairs floors with bags and a small TV room. There was also a TV in the room but we didn’t watch it. Breakfast was bread and croissants (as already noted in other reviews), with hams and cheeses, jams and Nutella. Not ideal for vegans as I ate bread and jam for 4 days. It’s served from 8-10 am The hotel is dated but you are paying for the location for the most part and I think it does that very nicely. Would recommend for anyone wanting to be close to the tower x Thank you for having us!
Getting into the hotel car park, and I’m sure it’s not the hotels fault, but a problem nonetheless. The entrance to the hotel is blocked off and the sat nav does not know a way in. In fact you have to drive through a trading estate between large gates that looked like you could get locked in where you don’t want to be. The lady on reception couldn’t have been nicer she really was very friendly with perfect English, so that was a plus point. Despite the hotels big new appearance outside, the inside is slightly shabby, a bit tired. My bed cover smelt like it had milk spilt on it, a bit cheesy. The air conditioning didn’t appear to be working, or didn’t work very well. The display read HELP until I discovered how to re set it, and then it appeared the lowest setting was 22. It just didn’t seem to work. You couldn’t have the window open due to mosquitoes, so it was a bit warm. Whilst on the subject of the windows. See below photos, it is very nice to have windows in a hotel you can open, but these windows open inwards. You would need to be very careful you don’t catch your back on very sharp corners, whilst bending down, or worse a young child could walk into the open window and hurt themselves, a bit of an over looked danger in my opinion. (Sharp corners)Despite the room being quite warm , I did sleep very well. The internet is very good, allowing me to conference video call my associates with ease, so really can’t fault this. Breakfast and I am sorry, this was a big let down, plastic cups for fruit juices is not pleasant. The hot selection was bacon that was really not nice and very salty and German sausage. The breakfast was poor unfortunately. I probably wouldn’t stay here again, but that doesn’t mean I wouldn’t say avoid as it’s ok, it’s just average. The biggest plus point was the lady on reception, she was really very nice an asset to this business for sure, in fact all the staff seem ok. The biggest minus is the windows that open inwards, someone is going to hurt themselves on these. One other point, on the window there is a mosquito net that you can close to keep mosquitoes out, the problem is,the frame has been fitted too low and there is a gap of a good couple of inches to let them in, it’s a bit strange.
Pisa City Center
The NH Pisa hotel is just 1 minute’s walk from the station and a short stroll into the city so we couldn’t do better than that. The room was a typical NH room and was really quiet despite the station and bus terminal being right outside our window. There was a quaint welcome gift of some tarts on a tray with ‘NH’ and an outline of the leaning tower drawn in icing sugar. Unfortunately, the bar fridge didn’t work so we couldn’t even keep our drinking water cold. We did tell the receptionist that it was unserviceable but nothing happened before we left - not so in other places we’ve stayed. There was no bar at all in the hotel so we asked the man at reception if he had any suggestions as to where to get a drink or something to eat but he was too busy to talk to us! We wondered then if he even reported our problem with the fridge in the room because he may have been too busy to do that, too. Breakfast was pretty good and included lots of veggies and salads. The NH Pisa is in a great location but the service could have been a little better.
Pisa City Center
After a day of literally planes, trains, and automobiles (taxis), we have arrived at our hotel in Pisa, Antiche Navi Pisano. It's a boutique hotel off the beaten path. It is not walking distance Tom the main train station but there is a station within walking distance. The rooms are more studio apartments than hotel rooms. I could actually see someone living here long term. They clean and comfortable, though the "king" size bed was just a couple of mattresses on a wood frame. The bed was still extremely comfortable. The front desk was a little different, more like back in an office or a large closet. The attendant was very informative about the hotel amenities. We did note that they're very strict about the rules...breakfast is over at 10:00 AM, if it's nice you may eat on the patio outside; housekeeping is from 10:00 to 12:00, vacate your room or you will not receive service. But best thing was this hotel was a short distance to the Tower (walking distance) and there were quite a few decent restaurants in the area. Would definitely stay here again.
Pisa City Center
I was looking for a good hotel to stay in for 1 night to enable us to reach the airport easily in the morning. Alarm bells rang straight away when the date was changed on the confirmation at the end of the booking process. Instead of a night in September they were “pleased to welcome us on November 10th”. This wouldn’t normally be a problem but they had already charged my credit card and didn’t permit refunds for any reason! I emailed them several times before I got a response. Eventually a young lady said she thought she could alter it for me which she did. After check in the litany of disasters began. Lift - only went to 2nd floor from Ground floor. Most guests seemed to be on the 3rd floor. Air conditioning - not working, room temperature 28c. It turned out that it was switched off. I was told the lowest temperature setting was 24c. No room service “Minibar” empty. Tea/coffee making facility was a kettle and 1 mug - nothing else. Toiletries - 2x 20 ml bottles of shampoo/conditioner and 1 very small bar of soap. Bed linen not ironed. 2 very flat synthetic pillows between us. Very noisy . Railway outside hotel going throughout the night. Busy road on the other side. There was often no one on the front desk. I went to ask for help with the air con not working early evening - no one there, other guests waiting. Eventually another guest found the receptionist/night manager(?) eating his dinner in another part of the hotel. No one serving on the bar. One waitress ( the only shining star in the place) was taking orders, serving meals and collecting used crockery from 10 tables in the restaurant.She did a brilliant job. We had a Junior Suite which bore no resemblance to the Junior Suites we had enjoyed during the rest of our trip. After a hot, noisy, sleepless night it was a relief to get out of the hotel Four star - no way. 2+ stars at best. A very basic service provided by a skeleton staff. Go there at your peril!
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