Hostel Pisa Villa Giulia Reviews
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+ washer/dryer, kitchen and dinig area, 3 bathrooms on our floor, friendly and helpful staff, great pizza place close to the hostel- try the Principe pizza- wont regret it :) - need to have your own detergent, your own eating utensils and plates, toilet paper, soap and towel, the door lock was terrible and 10 meters away is a church...didn't get much sleep on sunday, also - half an hour walk to city center
A little far from the centre but a fabulous place.
Everything was good - rooms, cleanliness etc. But the guy on reception doesn't speak English at all. And there was a problem with drinking water - only a couple bottles for all guests - it wasn't enough. And if open the window at night - it's quite cold to sleep without blankets even in September
It is not possible to ccok in the kitchen.
I think you need to make the directions to the hostel more clear and detailed. Thank you for our stay!
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 18-24
- (1 review)
Good atmosphere, clean, cheap, with funny staff. Close to breakfast diners (amazing coffee..), about 20 mins walk to Pisa Tower and city centre. Definitely recommended.
Much further out from the city centre and the station than we expected. Good rooms and facilities and a very quiet hostel.
This hostel is more like a hotel, thus we really enjoyed it - we had a private twin room and all stuff inside was pretty new. Shower was on the next door, no queues to wait. The location is not in the center, but if you not afraid walking, the place is OK.
We had a very quiet stay at Villa Giulia. We paid a cheap price to get a good private room for two. But it must be mentionned that it is NOT a hostal but a student residence. So don't expect any atmosphere like in any typical hostel because it's not going to happen. Also and I think it should be mentionned by Villa Giulia itself, it is very much outside of the city center, it takes WAY more than 15min walking to get to the tower , you have to take a bus and they should indicate it on their site.
Room and bath was clean. Not very close to anything (city center, or food) and public transportation is unreliable in Pisa. We were also not allowed to use the kitchen for some reason.