We arrived a bit early in the morning by train in Pisa and had a bit of difficulty finding this place. Its not a bad walk from the train to this side of town but mind your belongings! Through the kindness of a local student who would not give up, we found our street. The Pensione is very old and the entire city has a bit of a moldy smell to it, but it is old! Again, if you can't carry your luggage up a flight of steps, don't stay here. Otherwise, its like visiting grandma's house. Our room had a small bathroom built in (obviously a retrofit boxed into the room) which was a step up from prior accommodations. Men - you will have to stand in the shower stall to use the toilet - just thought I would warn you. The antique wardrobe in the room was magnificent. Our room wasn't yet ready so Paulo suggested a coffee and pastry at a local shop and by the time we walked around a bit, the room was ready. It was a very comfortable visit.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Pensione Rinascente is a family-run hotel in the heart of Pisa. Although renovated several times along all these years, the antique building has kept its former charm and glory. The bedrooms are very spacious and filled with natural light most of the day throughout the whole year. Our hotel has been run by our family generation after generation, we do consider it home and wish you can feel at home also when you come and visit us. ... more less
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