Green Park Resort

Address: Via dei Tulipani 1, Tirrenia, Tuscany, 56018, Italy | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Via dei Tulipani 1, Tirrenia, is near Cosmopolitan Golf & Country Club.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Green Park Resort Tirrenia

    Un hotel excelente

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    Nos hospedamos en el Green Park Resort durante una semana a finales de mayo, ¡y verdaderamente me sorprendió que era como en las fotos del sitio Web! Las habitaciones eran grandes, y estaban hermosamente terminadas. Los jardines eran hermosos, las piscinas (cubiertas y descubiertas) eran hermosas, y el personal, desde el portero hasta los recepcionistas se esforzaban mucho por ti. El servicio de limpieza iba dos veces al día, y se esforzaba tanto por hacer que tu estancia fuera especial. En resumen, ¡fue fabuloso! Los entornos no eran tan fabulosos, pero si tenías coche, era ideal. Si no quieres comer en los restaurantes cada noche, la caminata al pueblo más cercano es bastante larga. De hecho, el pueblo más cercano es Tirrenia y no Pisa. No hagas reservas aquí si deseas un lugar central, pero estoy muy contenta de que nosotros lo hicimos.

    Nice room but distance from Pisa a problem

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    Our room was beautiful, very clean and modern and the hotel itself was ok.

    An annoying factor was the fact that the air-conditioning actually blew out hot air. I later found out that all hotels in Italy do not put the air conditioning on til June. I find this unacceptable. If its hot in your room then its time to put the air-conditioning on, regardless of which month of the year it is. Nevermind trying to keep costs down.

    There were 2 restaurants there which were pretentious and basically rubbish and charged over the top prices for a set menu which was insulting to all guests.

    The location is far out from the airport in Pisa, and a hired car is recommended. A saving grace was the beach across the road for the hotel. Finally, dont do what we did and pay for a taxi to the airport, it will cost you! Also, there were no restaurants nearby so we basically starved when we were there.

    Nice room, shame about the location.

    Very nice hotel but check out the location....

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    Stayed at the Green Park Resort 16th - 20th April 2005. Lovely, clean over-sized rooms, delightful grounds and an extremely nice breakfast. However, be aware that it is best to have a car if you are staying at the resort because it is in the middle of nowhere and the buses from Tirrenia and Pisa stop short of the resort fairly early on. The hotel is an oasis in the middle of a bomb site - there are some lovely buildings still standing after being bombed in the 2nd World War! The area is clearly undergoing regeneration, possibly from receiving some EEC funds, and it looks like the idea is to extend the seafront area from Tirrenia down to the resort. I had an unfortunate start to my stay at the Green Park because the taxi driver dropped me off at the wrong entrance and I was stuck outside for over an hour at 2 o'clock in the morning! In view of the fact that the resort is miles from civilisation (seeing is believing), I think the reception staff should have taken heed of my story and accepted that a notice should be put on the "alternative" entrance to avoid similar mishaps for other travellers. Lovely once you get there though but be aware of problems with the location because taxi's are not cheap from Pisa to the Green Park.

    Loved Green Park

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    Green Park is about 7 months old and located 20 minutes outside Pisa. We stayed overnight and the next day went into Pisa for the sites. Green park is a large multi building campus with at least two restaraunts and a wonderfully complete Spa. There is a large swiming pool with several special extras, hot tub, steam room, sauna, weight room, and total personal care. We were greeted at the front, made to feel at home and then given a ride touring the campus. The rooms are large and first class. The cost is just slightly above average or could be considered average. The overall facility is FIRST class and I would recommend it to anyone. Tom

    Lovely and Quiet

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    Stayed at the Green Park Resort for 10 nights. Although a couple of km outside the main 'town' of Tirrenia, the upside of this was that the Hotel was lovely and quiet. Rooms were of a very high standard, nice and large and very reasonable (just over 100 Euro/night - inc B/fast). Only small gripe was having to pay 2 Euro per towel at the pool - why do the Italians insist on this!). As others have said, the grounds of the Hotel are well maintained and peaceful.

    Beautiful oasis

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    As were drove from Galileo airport in Pisa to Tirrenia, we were disturbed by the road we drove down to get to the resort, which seemed quite seedy with lots of building work and small B&B's.

    However, we arrived at a beautiful hotel which does literally have a Green Park inside its grounds. The staff were extremely polite and welcoming and imparted all the information we needed to know as they walked us to our room. The standard room is almost as large as a suite with, a large double bed, modern decor and modern bathrooms with marble flooring.

    Each morning you walk through the park to breakfast which offers a wide variety of Tuscan specialities and all other usual breakfast fare.

    Our only evening meal there was an al fresco, romantic pool-side feast, on the first night and was excellent with very attentive service.

    The only disappointment is that what appeared to be a fully equipped spa and gym costs Euro 20 per person per day. It is also a little bit too far from most of the major villages and towns for those who want to explore by car but it is very close to the Livorno-Pisa-Florence superstrade and two train stations.

    We would stay there again.

    One of the nicest in Europe

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    I stayed in the Green Park in Terrenia over Memorial Day weekend, 2003.

    It was one of the nicest hotels that I have stayed in Europe. Service was excellent, rooms were luxuious and grounds were spectacular. At 100 Euro a night a buy and a half.

    Great place

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    Clean, top of the line hotel. The rest of the local hotels are not even close.

    Green Park a surprize

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    Great, clean top of the line new hotel. If you can get it for around $100 a day you will be wonderfully surprized. I have stayed there 4/5 times off season and it is worth the 3 minutes from the town and beach worn other hotels.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Green Park Resort Tirrenia

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
     

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