This hotel is directly across the street from the Duomo and Leaning Tower (and tons of restaurants). Plus, the bus stop is right there, too. The desk staff is friendly, speaks English, and will give you a free map and help you with directions. I had the single room which was small (but well laid out) so there was plenty of room to walk/maneuver around since the single bed is against a corner of the room. The decor is not to my taste, but it was very clean (daily maid service). The AC was individually controlled with a remote and worked great. The flat screen TV was wall mounted, but all channels are Italian. However, there's an MTV music channel that's nice. There was lots of storage and closet space for your clothes and stuff. The bathroom shower was very small, but had plenty of hot water and was clean. The bathroom had storage shelves (medicine cabinet) so you could put your toiletries away behind a closed door. Breakfast is from 7 am - 9:30 am and consists of croissants, bread buns, plain yogurt, cereals, and bread spreads in little packages (butter, jelly, etc). (No fresh fruit). The servers were very friendly and make your coffee to order, however you like it (cappacino, expresso, cafe Americano, etc). There was also hot tea selections and a machine that dispensed orange juice. There was an elevator, and a huge lounge area with a big screen TV and plenty of couches and chairs. There's a PAM grocery store (big supermarket) within walkable distance from the hotel. It's down on the side street next to hotel, and around the bend through a parking lot - look for the green PAM signs with a little grocery cart as your guide. All the hotels charge a hotel tax of 1.5 EUR a day, on top of whatever you pay at booking, payable in cash at checkout. A taxi from the Pisa Centrale train station will run you 7 - 8 EUR, but there are buses that run frequently too. Recommended - be sure to do a day trip to the medieval city of Lucca (35 mins by bus). The bus stop is across street from hotel on the blue "VAI" buses. The Vai bus schedule is posted right at the stop, on its own sign, and you can buy tickets on board, or at the bar (look for martini shaped sign) a few doors down from the bus stop. Roundtrip to Lucca is 6 EUR. Not to be missed!
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