Airone Pisa Park Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAirone Pisa Park Hotel San Giuliano Terme
Close to center city Pisa (6 minutes by bus to the tower). Tuscan country style hotel with lots of green and mountain views. Lot of small birds. Friendly service. Clean hotel.
The room I stayed was very noisy. Thin walls. Bed was not really great, but allright for a few nights. The road to the hotel is classified as unpaved. Drive carefully, very bumpy road. Breakfast is extra 7.50 euro, but only 1 hot drink included. WiFi is free, very good connection. No reception after 11 pm. Secured parking lot (free) behind the hotel.
Cappuccino at the hotel lounge was very good and only 1.50 euro. I did not try out the hotel restaurant (Tuscan menu / Family style)
Hotel: Good price. Friendly service.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Airone Pisa Park Hotel San Giuliano Terme
A Breath of fresh air
My wife and I have just returned from a stay of 3 days. Our room was excellent, very spacious, clean and comfortable. The pool area was particularly inviting after a long day sight seeing. The restaurant is attached, but seperately run to the hotel. We ate there on each evening and found the food to be very good as was the service, however as some other guests said, 'the menu is very Italian' well it would be wouldn't it! so if you're not sure ask! as we found the staff very helpful! The food is not cheap but then neither is the quality of the meal. Our only criticism was that the bar was very under used, guests were not encouraged to use the bar area, which if you don't have a car could be a problem. The hotel is ideal for early or late departures as it provides a transfer service at a reasonable rate. Book direct on hotelpisa will probably save you money.
TripAdvisor Reviews Airone Pisa Park Hotel San Giuliano Terme
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Today we walked further afield and found the Ristorante Corradossi. Bit more upmarket and we did have a lovely lunch. My 'trofie’ pasta al pesto had a wonderful flavor and the chicken with truffles (scaloppato al tartufo) was even better. My Italian is improving as is Craig’s. Back home - at least it is a bit cooler today - yesterday was far too ...
... mussels with spaghetti and olive oil and fresh herbs simple but a amazing! Aidan had a spaghetti bolognese of sorts which again was so fresh and simple but delicious. There was also a young boy from Russia playing piano, he was amazing! He has been attending music school for the past four years and the mother was concerned he was becoming forgetful over the holiday, we all clapped when he came out waiter was awesome he was from the US however had a very strong Italian ...
Some of the things I've learned so far: Italians don't eat pasta as their main entree, only as "primo", before their main course! Coffee is an art - Espresso only in the morning, many others offered at all times: cappuccino, latte, macchiato and many more Lots of cured meats of course, salami, ham etc... All hotel rooms have bidets, they must think that North Americans are not-hygienic! Noticed that in most bathtubs ...
... a visit none the less. The rush to the next train was intense. There was a mob of people who ran for it but because we didn't have a ticket we missed it. This was becoming a bad habit. Waiting for another train we had dinner at a small pizza place called Nando's (not to be confused with the australian Nando's) meg and I halved a margarita pizza and a ham and cheese focaccia. Well deserved nosh! We arrived in Rome quite late at ...
... apartment comes with one bike so Kaela and I had to rent a bike (3 Euros and hour) with a kids seat. In the span of an hour, we lapped the city twice and stopped to eat some fresh foccacio bread we had bought at a local bakery. Keala and I hadn’t shared a bike since our China trip and it was fun to have her as my co-pilot again. When it was time to kick ...