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Bagni di Pisa in Pisa, Italy

Immerse yourself in the beauty of the Tuscan countryside, just minutes from Pisa, in the gorgeous Italian town of San Giuliano Terme. Nestled between the Pisa Mountains and the shimmering Versilia Coast, the fabulous Bagni di Pisa healing resort will refresh and revitalize you, body, mind, and soul. Wonderful rooms seamlessly blend classic Italian high fashion with modern simple elegance, providing you with a stay that is as luxurious as it is relaxing and peaceful. Spacious, bright, and charming, enjoy brilliant natural light and breathtaking views through picture windows, elegant marble bathrooms, and all the modern amenities in each room. Constructed around ancient thermal springs, and in the heart of all the wonderful attractions of this ancient city, let Bagni di Pisa show you a different side of Tuscany, an unforgettable place where you may never want to leave.

Wake to the gentle sounds of the countryside and, after a wonderful breakfast, make your way to the spa to soak in the ancient hot springs. Completely relaxed and rejuvenated, after your thermal bath venture out into Pisa for a delightful day of sightseeing. Visit the famed Leaning Tower and the stunning Pisa Cathedral, and gaze upon the legendary painting of the Madonna with Child at the 900 year old Church of San Nicola. Enjoy a day of amazing shopping, from luxury boutiques to delightful local wares, in Forte di Marmi, then sit down to a relaxing lunch in the center of the city. In the afternoon play a round of golf at the Cosmopolitan or Tirrenia courses, or take in the city from the sky as you parachute or hang-glide through the blue skies. Take an evening to sail along the picturesque Versilia Coast before returning to the hotel, soaking in the ambiance of the Mediterranean. Later that night, after a relaxing cocktail, sit down to amazing Tuscan cuisine at Dei Lorena Restaurant before settling in for a beautiful night under the Tuscan sky. At Bagni di Pisa life is truly this beautiful every day, and this magical every night.

Location of Bagni di Pisa

Bagni di Pisa
Largo Shelley, 18 San Giuliano Terme
Pisa, Italy

Nearest Airport: PSA

Amenities for Bagni di Pisa

  • General Information
  • 61 Guest Rooms
  • Pet Friendly
  • Dining
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Spa on Property
  • Complimentary Newspaper
  • Laundry Service
  • Fitness Center
  • Sauna
  • Outdoor Pool
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Air Conditioning
  • Bathrobes
  • Direct Dial Telephones
  • Hair Dryers
  • In-Room Safes
  • Mini Bar
  • Satellite Television
  • Flat-Screen Televisions
  • Activities
  • Wine Tasting
  • Business
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Conference Facilities
  • Business Services
  • Nearby
  • Historic Sites
  • Shopping
  • Golf

Reviews for Bagni di Pisa

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

Beautiful location and very elegant hotel however our stay was spoilt by lack of hot water in bathroom, so best we could get was Luke warm (we notified reception who sent up concierge who couldn’t fix then advised engineer not in site), my robe stunk of stale cigarette smoke (so bad we had to put in bathroom so it wouldn’t pervade our room) and dinner was not up to promoted standard - our pasta was precooked (my companion is in restaurants and can tell) and sauce was bitter. Overall a disappointment

Amanda R - Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 days ago

I stayed in this hotel with my 13yrs and 5yrs daughter for a long weekend. Only 10 minutes from Pisa, the hotel is absolutely gorgeous and elegant, our huge room had ancient painted ceiling which we loved so much looking at it in the morning from the bed. All the public space is furnished in the most elegant way, with some original furnitures from the 18th century. Each one of the staff we have met was highly qualified, always smiling (I really mean it!) and very well trained. Particular thanks to the staff of bar Shelley where we loved our light lunch and also to all the staff and the manager of the restaurant where we had breakfast and dinner. They care so much about children and my 5yrs daughter has been treated just as a princess! The restaurant serves a finest Tuscan cuisine, top quality and well presented. This hotel is more for adults and doesn't have any attraction for kids, but they are well accepted. They have small bathrobe and slippers for kids and the restaurant has kids menu. We've stayed around swimming pools one whole day, my 5yrs daughter brought her colouring kit so she could colour on sunbed when she was out of water. She loved the stay, actually she said she could live there! I've noticed that the hotel manager was very active and careful about guests. Every time he comes across he asks how is going your stay. Very gentle and professional. We loved so much the total-relax atmosphere of this hotel and highly recommend it for everyone who needs to relax.

Hikky1010 - Milan, Italy

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 6 days ago

I have been in the hotel for three days. The purpose was to relax...I achieved it! The hotel is really elegant with a captivating atmosphere. It was such a pleasure to walk in the hallways. The thermal path is pleasant, the swimming pools are wonderful and well equipped. I loved floating in the external pool looking at the beautiful surrounding landscape. The services are excellent. You have all the comforts. The staff is very kind, helpful and fast. I could not think of a better stay. I strongly recommend to whoever wants to experience a relaxing holiday, surrounded by beauty, courtesy and professionalism

delia_pasqualini82 - Eindhoven, The Netherlands

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

There should be an option to rate GOOD in trip advisor - this hotel is better than average but not VERY good. We booked through Secret Escapes - not sure if it was a particularly good deal cost wise to be honest. We were "upgraded" to a Superior room - it was more than adequate but it wasn't particularly Superior. The spa area was lovely - and the warm pools were much appreciated after a hard day of site seeing. The relaxation areas need to be warmer - laying around in wet swimmies isn't pleasant if the temperatures are on the cool side. The breakfast was fine - had better, had worse. Probably expected more for a 5 star hotel. We didn't eat in the restaurant in the evening as it was pricey (though I gather the half board option was more cost effective). The bar prices were also prohibitive. 10€ for a glass of Prosecco. Shame as the bar was ALWAYS empty - maybe if the prices were more reasonable, it would be used more frequently? I know November will be quiet but from previous reviews - it was empty in the summer too! Such a shame as the bar itself is beautiful. The hotel in the main is lovely - we imagined what it was like years ago when life was less hectic. It does need some tlc in certain areas, but looking beyond that, you can't help but be charmed by it. The location is good for the train station but not much else in the immediate area. You can get decent coffee just over the road for 1.5€ (as opposed to 5 in the hotel) and the restaurant Salustri (?) offers a good and cheaper alternative to the hotel restaurant.

Nicole0134 - Oxford, United Kingdom

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

Having seen this hotel featured on The Trip to Italy with Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon years ago, the romance of the place stuck with me. It's on the Largo (Road) Percy Bysshe Shelley and it's not hard to imagine the Romantic poets staying in this Archduke's palace in the hills. It's also a pretty short drive from Pisa Airport which helps. We visited for a long weekend away from the kids. It was the first time we'd left them at home without babysitters (don't worry, they're all teenagers!) so it was important to have the excellent wifi coverage allowing us to be constantly updated about the latest urgent quest for food or sibling squabble. We hadn't seen the need to book a grand room given that the locale and building itself were enough eye-candy, so we went for the basic double room. It was perfectly serviceable and we liked the view out over the front of the hotel. The black-out curtains were miraculously good and there were no noise problems. The shower, bidet etc all worked well although we did ultimately wish we'd gone for a room with a bath - our logic for not doing so was that this is a hotel full of baths - but with hindsight we agreed it's still nice to have a bath to relax in when in a hotel. It would have been good to have a few more storage hooks or shelves in the bathroom for storing cosmetics, toiletries etc. The bed was really delightfully comfortable. There was no full-length mirror. Before moving on to the more substantial stuff - i.e. the facilities and food in the hotel itself - I need to say a couple of things about the room that were not great. First, the fire door between our room and the corridor only fitted its surround loosely. This meant that every time someone opened or closed a door further along the corridor, our own door banged and rattled. We ended up wedging it with a bit of cloth which felt a bit bodgy but we didn't like to complain. The second issue is also door-related - as I left the bathroom one morning, the door from our room into the bathroom closed behind me and would not open again! The lock mechanism had some kind of fault. Further, trying to open/unlock it from the outside did not work. Eventually some staff came and got it open but I was left spooked on account of being claustrophobic and imagining being locked in on the other side, in the windowless bathroom... this is where there were some communication difficulties; eventually though after I explained my concern that this would happen again (and you could see marks on the door where perhaps it had), a maintenance worker came and replaced the mechanism. Of course I was wary of the door for the rest of our stay but it didn't ruin anything. All the people working in the hotel were kind and friendly to be around. The baths themselves are fabulous. There are many to choose from - indoors, outdoors, whirlpool, salt water... they do close at 7pm but as we visited in October it was still possible to float in the outdoor pool as the sun set, gazing up at the star-studded Tuscan sky, sigh. There is a great range of therapies and massages on offer too but being a bit uptight and English we didn't avail ourselves of any of these this time, as the location and baths and sauna/steam room and food were enough for us to enjoy over the course of the weekend. Mr B did manage to cut his foot on the floor of one of the whirlpools but was issued promptly with a supply of plasters and was fine after a couple of hours out on dry land. The hotel provides slippers and bathrobes, and towels which you can change with the staff at the spa. Also hair caps which are required. That bit of info was missed off our initial briefing but we soon got the message when we noticed everyone else was wearing them. Food is very important to us and reviews of the food were the clincher in booking this trip. We weren't disappointed with our half-board. Breakfast had some very pleasant touches although it did take a fair while to be served if ordering eggs, and one morning our poached eggs were sub-par. But these are very small gripes in the context of a range of beautiful pastries, fruits, cereals and breads alongside the cooked options. It is a bit odd to have breakfast with a bunch of strangers some of whom are wearing bathrobes though! Dinner each evening really was super. There were great wine pairings and the waiters were variously charming or sweet. It was a challenge to manage the breadsticks, antipasti, primi, secondi and then dessert but we found ourselves up to that challenge. Plenty of vegetarian options, as well as lower-calorie options. Needless to say personally we didn't avail ourselves of much of either of those but it's good to know, right? This is cooking properly rooted in Tuscany. There were many dishes with nuts or rabbit or pecorino and other gorgeous cheeses. The pumpkin risotto with anchovies was so good we had to have it two nights running. The artichoke Gnocchi stuffed with cheese also stay in the memory as particularly fine. The slow cooked beef was divinely complex. The desserts were no afterthought but equally deserving of our keen attentions. Finally, a quick mention for the cocktail bar - Bar Shelley. We only managed to attend twice and being low season it was pretty quiet (verging on the ghostly) each time but the fresco ceilings gave us plenty to look at, and the cocktail waiter was clearly an expert who knocked up some beautiful drinks. As we'd hired a car we also squeezed in some day trips to Florence and to Lucca which are both delightful and not too far to travel. I would like to think we'll be back - this was a fantastic and relaxing weekend break.

H_in_B - England

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