FA youth hostel with dorm beds and private rooms. Walking distance from Pisa train central station and Pisa international Airport, 24 hr reception. Free WIFI. Laundry, kitchen, street parking free from eight 8PM-8AM, dining room in-door & out-door, guest lounge, theatre, TV room.
Walking Street Hostel
Friendly, helpful staff. Great atmosphere. Nice beds and dorm set up. Free WiFi.
Pisa Tower Hostel
Free internet, kitchen and more. Only has female dormitories. No dorms for male travellers.
Near the tower, rooms with private bathrooms. Check for special offers on the website.
Airone Pisa Park Hotel
Outdoor swimming pool, free internet access, restaurant, bar, English cable TV, bicycle, free car parking and family rooms.
Understated though slightly tatty around the edges old world elegance on the banks of the Arno.
San Ranieri Hotel Pisa
4 star hotel in Cisanello, some rooms have sky view, all rooms have WiFi. There are also a restaurant, ample parking space and conference facilities
Small hotel with 12 rooms.
B&B Antica Piazza dei Miracoli
b&b with 6 rooms - Historical palace - near the tower with garden and private parking.
Claudia Ferri B&B
Apartment with 4 B&B rooms, close to Pisa city center. Prices per room from €45 per night single room to €125 4-bedded room.
Michele Guest House B&B
B&B near the heart of Pisa. Rooms with private bathroom and shower, fully furnished, A/C, LCD TV, free internet access, coffee machine, guided tours are available.
Eden Park Resort Pisa
A resort in the Tuscan countryside near the banks of the Arno river, only 4 km from Pisa's leaning tower. 30 comfortable cottages surrounded by miles of mountains, valleys and picturesque historical villages.
En-suite single, double, and triple rooms.
Rooms are modern with good views.
S. Croce in Fossabanda
Located in a medieval monastery, recently converted to a hotel with 67 rooms. True to its origin, the rooms are somewhat sober, but this is made up for with a relaxing courtyard and garden. No need to set an alarm, since the next door monks ring the bell at 7:30AM. Seems closed at the moment.
The Pisa hills were already a popular destination for enlightened travellers in the first half of the 1700s, due mostly to the popularity of the thermal spa of San Giuliano, which quickly became a fashionable spot for the upper classes. The mansions on the road along the hills, already renowned as places of idleness and relaxation in the heart of the countryside, soon assumed the characteristics of true leisure resorts, just like those narrated by Carlo Goldoni. Stay at Bagni di Pisa 'health-giving' waters are still offered to an international clientele and then visit Pisa during one of the city’s festivals, staying at the Agostini Palace to enjoy the best view of the festivities. The Villa (http://www.villacorliano.it) has hosted many illustrious guests such as Gustavus III of Sweden, Christian II of Denmark, the Royal Family of Great Britain, Benedict Stuart Cardinal of York, General Murat, Luigi Buonaparte, Paolina Borghese, Carlo Alberto of Savoy, the poets Byron and Shelley, and various other personages from the history books.