Welcome to Casa Betania, your Pisa “home away from home.” Casa Betania aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Nearby landmarks such as Chiesa di Santa Caterina d'Alessandria (1.5 mi) and Knights' Square (1.7 mi) make Casa Betania a great place to stay when visiting Pisa.
Casa Betania offers guests an array of room amenities including a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The pension (b&b) offers baggage storage and a chapel, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features breakfast. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
While in Pisa be sure to experience local oyster favourites at Osteria dei Cavalieri, Osteria in domo, or L'Artilafo.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular monuments and statues such as Lupa Capitolina, Angelo Caduto, and Statua di Cosimo I de' Medici.
Casa Betania puts the best of Pisa at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
This hotel was absolutely fine for what we needed - somewhere to sleep and shower, basically. Receptionists were very friendly and helpful and sold us our bus tickets so we could get into the centre of Pisa from the bus stop just a few steps up the road. The breakfast offering was fine - no hot food, but plenty of other things to eat and all tasty. The room was fine, kept fairly clean throughout. My only criticism would be that it got incredibly hot in there. We had unseasonably warm weather while we were there, but the windows were the sort that didn't have brackets to keep them in place, so it's either closed or WIDE open - not what you want with insects about. The unit over the door was more of a fan than actual air-conditioning. Putting that on full basically moved the air around and made it just about possible to sleep, but only just. The walls were incredibly thin which meant our noisy, inconsiderate neighbours were very audible. However, other guests are not the fault of the hotel, so I haven't marked down for that, just thought it was worth mentioning. If you're a light sleeper, I'd recommend taking earplugs. The location, as others have said, is a little bit out of the centre of Pisa, but given just how close the bus stop is, and how cheap the buses are, it wasn't a problem. Download the "Teseo" app to get live updates - though there is a printed timetable at the bus stop. There's not much around the hotel at all, other than the Pennymarket and a little row of shops with a bakery and a pizzeria. It was very much a pizzeria for locals, but I always think that's a good sign! We used it one night since we'd had a day out and weren't ready to eat dinner, so we went back to the hotel, then went down there one evening - very nice, and the man I suspected was the owner/manager was very friendly, and the food was delicious. Well priced, too. Overall, if you're looking to save money on a more central hotel and are happy to catch the bus into the centre, then I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this place. If you're looking for something upmarket, then I'd steer clear.…
We arrived late in the evening and we were given the code to the gate etc. on arrival we let ourselves in, car parking very easy. Our keys and info were left on the reception. Went to our room which was very clean and airy. Breakfast was plentiful and staff nice.
It’s a typical three start hotel. That’s what you pay for and that’s what you get, there is nothing wrong with it. Only a bus ride away from the centre, it’s quiet and clean. There is a Pennymarket ( supermarket like Lidl) nearby if you want cheap dinner or fruit or whatever. The bus drops you off outside the hotel (bus number 13) and it’s the same bus from the same bus stop that will take you to the main train station too. Receptionist has basic English, enough to check you in and out. Breakfast is basic three star hotel breakfast too. I would stay here again for sure.
Stayed in pisa for the first part of our honeymoon. I feel this hotel is a bit too far from the centre for tourists, it was around 1 hour walk and there wasn’t much to see or do around the hotel. Room was clean but very small and basic, large balcony but only one plastic chair on it also there’s a really loud humming sounds electrical but we were told it’s actually the birds, fascinating but loud. Staff were friendly and helpful in arranging transfers for us. We arrived late Sunday evening due to a delayed flight and couldn’t get anything to eat anywhere, we asked staff to perhaps order us a takeaway and were told it was too late being 10pm so we had to settle for crisps and water out of the vending machine. I wouldn’t stay here again but only due to the location.
The hotel is nice, clean, comfortable maybe quite far from the center of Pisa. The person in charge of the front desk is too kind and efficient! The price is really affordable, and they include free breakfast in the rate, so it is a good choice