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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
56017
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

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 5 days 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


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

This is our second stay at this amazing hotel and we love it. The staff are welcoming and friendly. Lovely big, comfortable rooms and huge hot and cold buffet breakfast. The spa facilities are great and all the pools are really warm including the rooftop one. We really enjoyed another relaxing break and will definitely be back.

wentthedaywell - Bromley, United Kingdom


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I am a frequent guest of SPAs in Italy and others in Dubai, India and US. Bagni di Pisa, according to me, should be considered a bad kept 4 star hotel and it is ashame having it belong to one of the most luxurious chains in the world and fore entire Italian hospitality system. HONESTLY, AND NEVER ASKED FOR THIS IN MY ENTIRE LIFE, HAVING VISITED OVER 140 COUNTRIES WORLDWIDE, I THINK I DESERVE A REFUND (EXCEPT FOR THE RESTAURANT AND EXTRAS): 1 - FITNESS CENTER When booking it was expressely stated that the price included the fitness center (see picture attached). What occured, instead, was that, at arrival they said it was being restored. The excuses were: - Reception and General Manager: that in the e-mail confirmation there was no statement of any fitness center (If this were true, since their e-mail confirmation didn't state any sheets or pillows, this means that in guests should bring them from home?) - ‎SPA Manager: said that they were working since long to restore the fitness center (which means that since there was definitely plenty of time to remove fake info from their online booking). In the end, after huge disappointment and complaining, they allowed me to use a kind, of what remained, according to them, of a fitness center which had colored weighs with sand; the worse was aunts all over the drinking tank (see pictures attached). In the end the Hotel Manager, very nicely, searched another solution at other hotels belonging to other sister hotels and, after not finding any availibility, offered us a suite upgrade, to find a gym mat (which obviously was laking) and two free treatments; but honestly I am not a beggar and I want what I pay for. So, initially, I was obliged to stay at least that night since I was too tired to find an alternative decent solution. Feeling to be treated as fool and not appreciating the overall hotel conditions I decided to go away the morning after (instead of staying 4 days as scheduled) I WAS NOT EVEN GRANTED A DISCOUNT AT CHECK-OUT!!!! 2 - SPA: is the worse I ever been into: - ‎there is a lack of sunbeds, chairs and places to sit and relax - ‎the sauna is small as a one you can find in a 2 star hotel and it had mold and dirt all over it (please see attached pictures) - ‎the drinks and refreshments were messy and in disorder - ‎ The main internal covered pool had several missing buttons to activate the hydro functions - ‎There was a lack of towels and you were compelled everytime to go to search at the SPA entrance for personnel - ‎the area and its corridors were dark, shady and non lit with the result of being claustrophobic 3 - COMMON AREAS: - Carpets are stained (see pictures) - ‎the sofas are stained and faded (see pictures) - ‎the third floor lacks of lighting 4 - THE ROOM (AND IT WAS ALSO A DELUXE ONE!!!!): - the water did not go down from the drain - ‎there were stains an scrapings on walls and furniture (see pictures attached) - ‎the hair drier was attached on a wall that was falling apart (see picture) - ‎to flush the toilet you had to keep the button pushed - black dirt lines in the shower 5 - DINNER Pretty decent except for a poor salad buffet in the middle of the restaurant which had around 5 bowls scattered on an a huge with different kind of salad leaves. The bare table was decorated right at the middle with a plant with some dry leaves. 6 - BREAKFAST Very basic, there was a lack of salmon and possibility to do your own juice.

PierbrunoProfili - Rome, Lazio, Italy


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

I went with a friend through Secret escapes. Great trip as the hotel is not far from a rail station. We stayed for four nights and used the hotel as a base for doing the travelling which we had in mind. In the five days we stayed we managed to go to Pisa to see obviously the leaning tower and cathedral. My favorite trip though was to Lucca which was not very far by train. We also went by train to Cinque Terre which is very beautiful and made up of villages nestled into the mountains overlooking the sea. Apart from the travelling we loved being around the open heated pool particularly being spoilt by Guiseppe he was absolutely fabulous and will do anything to help your stay be memorable. We were unfortunately in a rush when leaving and did not get to say good bye to him. He really is worth talking to.

nursey007 - wiltshire


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

As we arrived by car Tuesday after midday, we circled the village as we could not access the hotel because of the local market and the blocked street. We choosed the hotel because of its location, close to the railway station and half way on the line between Pisa and Lucca. We had quite high expectations as it is a LHW 5* resort. Once the receptionist saw us she took an aggressive stance, changing it to a more welcoming one once she was told about our booking. After a copy of our passports taken, we were asked to sign under a sheet of very small fine print with legal considerations about the privacy of our personal data. Then we were asked about our shoe size, yes shoe size for the slippers which are provided with bathrobes. It took me quite some time to connect to the wifi, having to input an email address on top of the usual IDs, and then had to disconnect security features on the computer and enable cookies. Then got a message on the screen saying ‘your connection is not secure'. Once over with it the operating its speed was decent. We got help to carry our luggage. No welcome drink. The soaking in the outdoor hot pool was excellent. Sunbathing was annoying as they were many flies. The hotel consists of a main building with the restaurant on top floor and a bar on the second. It is flanked by wings with the rooms. It was renovated with panache some years ago, but already shows signs of ageing, like the flickering led lights in the corridors. An unmonitored parking is located in front of the hotel. Behind the hotel there is an outdoor bar and a path climbing trough an olive grove, up to a gloriette with a nice view. This park is not anymore maintained. The spa has several pools outdoor and indoor. Steam bath, sauna etc. and a long list of available services at high cost. Our room, a junior suite, was on two levels. At the lower level the only windows open on the corridor, which faces the cliff on the North of the hotel. The lower level had a small living room awith a minibar and the bathrooms, with the shower in the tub. No view from the room. We were not happy with the noisy central ventilation and complained. According to reception, it cannot be adjusted separately for each room. So we used ear plugs. There were two small TVs in our suite, set up with 45 programs, but only 5 in English versus 10 in Arabic. At breakfast we found a buffet with a choice of food. We had better breakfast in 3* hotels in Italy. Service was not at top, we had to insist and remind the waiter to bring us a second serving of coffee, and took quite some time to get soft boiled eggs. We did not visit the restaurant. There are several restaurants nearby. Returning to our room the second day, we found a welcome card with fruit and mineral water. At our the last night the hotel was apparently full, with a Russian speaking group. The towels in the room, changed even left on the rack, were then old and raspy. At checkout their was an undue charge for drinks we did not order on our bill, and it was removed immediately without much checking. Nobody was there to hold us the door as we walked out loaded with luggage.

longtravel09 - europe


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