Airone Pisa Park Hotel

Address: Via Sant'Elena, 4, San Giuliano Terme, Tuscany, 56017, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Via Sant'Elena, 4, San Giuliano Terme, is near Duomo Pisa, Duomo, Borgo Stretto, and National Museum of San Matteo (Museo Nazionale di San Matteo).
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsAirone Pisa Park Hotel San Giuliano Terme

    Reviewed by fisterratravel

    Country side hotel close to Pisa

    Reviewed Apr 28, 2012
    by (1 review) , Netherlands Flag of Netherlands

    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

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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