Hotel Verdi

Piazza della Repubblica 5, Pisa, Tuscany, 56100, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Piazza della Repubblica 5, Pisa, is near Santa Maria della Spina, Museo dell'Opera del Duomo, Borgo Stretto, and National Museum of San Matteo (Museo Nazionale di San Matteo).
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Verdi Pisa

    Reviewed by ldycharle

    Great area and price...

    Reviewed Aug 6, 2013
    by (1 review) , United States Flag of United States

    This hotel was good, the staff wonderful especially Nacizio ( sorry if I misspell). Good central location, we could walk every where, air conditioning ( it wasn't like our a/c but we have done with less) and wifi EVERYWHERE!

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Verdi Pisa

    Served its purpose

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    Stayed in family room with one other couple. Good location within walking distance (10 mins) of Tower. V. noisy night to band playing in next door church the night we stayed. Breakfast was good. The room was clean and the staff were friendly. The 2nd double bed was a sofa bed though. Good value for money.

    Oasis

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    After 12 days backpacking/camping across tuscany i checked into Verdi for 2 nights before flying home to the UK. A phone call to the hotel (after plucking the number from the Lonely Planet guidebook) put me through to a helpful young guy with better English than my Italian who gave me good directions and information.

    The Hotel looked great on arrival, a corner block pallazi with wooden shutters in a quiet square lined with the usual mopeds and tiny cars. the same guy on reception was polite and welcoming which was a relief given my appearance (bug bitten and lugging a backpack) and handing over a weighty key directed me to my room.

    The single room was tiny but very clean, warm and traditionally decorated. Warm yellow walls, an old, large wooden wardrobe and a shuttered view into the square below. the bathroom was super clean, modern with a large walk in power-shower. Satellite tv and a very comfy bed made my last 2 nights in Italy bliss.

    Ambling distance from plenty of shopping and trattoria and a bus ride from the plaza de miracales, i'd recommend this little gem to all visitors to Pisa.

    Great hotel in a quiet location

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    This hotel wasn't in the center of Pisa, but it was a safe quiet location and well within walking distance of all of the sights of Pisa.

    The hotel staff was very friendly and helpful, and their English was good enough for us to get information about sights, trains, and restaurants. Everything went smoothly; the bathroom was a bit small, but clean and with good water pressure. We had an ugly view of an interior courtyard, but the room was bright and clean. In all, a wonderful stay.

    Hotel Verdi is a great deal!

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    I travel to Italy quite frequently. I stayed at Hotel Verdi for most of summer 2000. I't s fine hotel for the money. The people are wonderful and very heplful. They'll make you feel at home. Parking is tight all over Pisa, but you can find parking. Hotel Verdi is very near Teatro Verdi. Pisa is a great town...I spent 2 summers there. A great inexpensive "home base" for exploring all of Tuscany. Tell the people at Verdi that Lou the trumpet player from Philly sent you!!!

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Verdi Pisa

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