Pisa is a city in Italy’s Tuscany region best known for its iconic Leaning Tower. Already tilting when it was completed in 1372, the 56m white-marble cylinder is the bell tower of the Romanesque, striped-marble cathedral that rises next to it in the Piazza dei Miracoli and a few gay friendly hotels Pisa. Also in the piazza is the Baptistry, whose renowned acoustics are demonstrated by amateur singers daily, and the Camposanto Monumentale cemetery.
Toscana Pride is a peaceful march of LGBT people and their relatives and friends, which combines social and political protest with entertainment such as live concerts. It takes place every year in the month of June in Livorno, of of the main destination of Italy. There are more than 90 daily flights from various cities of Europe to Livorno if you want to attend the parade.
Like most countries in Europe the city of Pisa has many gay bars, clubs and gay hotels.
What are the top attractions to visit in Pisa?
Best Day Tours from Pisa
- Tuscany in One Day Sightseeing Tour from Florence
- Pisa, Siena and San Gimignano Day Trip from Florence Including Lunch
- Semi Private Cinque Terre and Pisa Leaning Tower Tour from Florence
- Highlights of Tuscany: Siena, San Gimignano, Chianti, Pisa & Lunch in a Winery
- Private Full-Day Excursion to Florence and Pisa from Rome
1. Harmony House Prestige 4* – Gay Friendly Hotels Pisa
Offering a 100-m² garden with tables and chairs, family-run Harmony House Prestige boasts a quiet location in Pisa, about a 10-minute walk from Pisa Centrale Train Station.
All air conditioned, modern rooms at the bed and breakfast come with a flat-screen TV, tea/coffee making facilities and a private bathroom equipped with a hairdryer and free toiletries. Free WiFi is available throughout.
Guests can relax in one of the common areas.
elcome to Harmony House Prestige your Pisa “home away from home.” Harmony House Prestige to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year. Close to some of Pisa’s most popular landmarks, such as Chiesa di Santa Caterina d’Alessandria (1.2 mi) and Battistero (1.4 mi), Harmony House Prestige is a great destination for tourists. Harmony House Prestige offers guests amenities including a mosquito net, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available. The bed and breakfast offers baggage storage, , and outdoor furniture, to make your visit even more pleasant.
The property also features free breakfast. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to street parking. Travelers looking to enjoy some oyster can head to Osteria dei Cavalieri, Osteria in domo, or L’Artilafo. Otherwise, you may want to check out a seafood restaurant such as Ristorante La Buca, Ristorante La Scaletta, or Alle Bandierine – Spaghetteria. If you’re looking for something to do, Murale Tuttomondo di Keith Haring (0.5 mi), Chiesa di Santa Maria della Spina (0.8 mi), and Knights’ Square (1.1 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Harmony House Prestige. Harmony House Prestige puts the best of Pisa at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
The value was outstanding! The host was terrific, and we felt very welcome. Breakfast was good, lots of options. We had to leave early for the airport but we were able to take breakfast with us. Bottled water was always available, as well as tea and coffee I believe.
The B&B is about a 10 minute walk from the train station, a 10 minute walk to the airport, and a 20 minute walk to the leaning tower. In my opinion it was a good location, and the price was great, 55 euros a night. Everything was very clean, and comfortable. The large bathroom had a large tub with shower door enclosure, lots of hot water, a blow dryer, and great toilet paper!
Lovely bright clean and modern house in residential area. Took about 20/30 mins to walk back to main centre of Pisa, then across river into the real touristy part. People at the house were very helpful and spoke good English. Would definitely stay here again.
How much does a room costs at Harmony House Prestige?
Free WiFi, a flat-screen satellite TV and a bathroom with shower.
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2. Villa Tower Inn 4* – Gay Friendly Hotels Pisa
Villa Tower Inn is just 600 m from the Leaning Tower of Pisa and Piazza dei Miracoli square. Offering free Wi-Fi, this property is set in a restored historic villa from the 1920s.
Elegant and spacious, air-conditioned rooms feature a minibar with 2 free bottles of water and a flat-screen TV. The en suite bathroom includes a hairdryer and free toiletries.
You can start your day with a continental breakfast, prepared buffet style. A bar is also available at Villa Tower Inn .
Spacious rooms with generous comfy beds. Excellent location- maximum of 5 minutes walking to the Torre Pendente and fabulous Piazza Miracoli. About 20 minutes walk to Pisa Centrale station through pleasant shopping district with lots of bars. Station gives access to affordable, regular trains to Florence and Lucca. Change at Empoli for Siena. Great short break destination.
This hotel is in a great location if you want to go see the tower , it is only a 3 minute walk away !! We could even see part of it from out bedroom window , which is a memory I will keep for ever!!
The free parking down the road is a great idea. The room was big with a modern and very clean bathroom .
The breakfast was nice and the staff was very helpful and friendly . I would def recommend this hotel if staying in Pisa.
Great location, less than 5 minute walk away from the tower. Breakfast is very nice and served in the beautiful garden every morning. The best thing about the hotel are the wonderful staff who are always smiling and happy to help with anything you need. Lovely touch to offer free bottled water in the rooms.
The rooms very spacious, very well decorated and equipped with small (but efficient) bathroom facilities, TV and good Wi-Fi.
The room was quite spacious and there is a LCD TV (no English channels but we didn’t care as we weren’t here to watch TV) and a fridge stocked with a few drinks which was a really nice touch. We had an en suite shower room and it was nicely decorated and very clean.
How much does a room costs at Villa Tower Inn?
Prices start 190$/night for Economy Double Room.The Attic Triple Room with Tower View is 210$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.
Free WiFi, a flat-screen satellite TV and a bathroom with shower.
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3. Hotel Villa Casanova 5* – Gay Friendly Hotels Pisa Italy
Set within an 18th-century Tuscan farmhouse, this enchanting hotel is nestled amid the lush greenery of the Lucchese hills, between a wonderful 40-hectare pine grove.
All units are complete with air conditioning, free WiFi and a TV with satellite channels.
Villa Casanova features a patrician chapel and several country houses, one dating back to the 1400s, where the Balbani family once lived (and who gave the locality its name).
Located a 20 minute country drive from Lucca and also only 20 minutes to Pisa, we highly recommend this boutique hotel. Dinner our first night was very good and the morning breakfast poolside had the most amazing view. The room, was quite large with a separate sitting area, large bedroom and large bath. The staff was very welcoming and accommodating. Situated on a hilltop, this is a perfect retreat from a busy day on Lucca or Pisa.
The rooms are HUGE and feel like something out of a movie. The staff is extremely friendly and accommodating.
The staff was very friendly and went out of their way to make sure we had a nice stay. The room as huge with windows on three sides with amazing views. The bathroom had a huge soaker tub and was stoked with everything you would need. Breakfast was amazing and was served outside on the terrace when the weather is nice. We didn’t get to use the pool but it also looked really nice. What we loved the most was the country location but you would need a car to visit this area. We would definitely return to this hotel.
The hotel is located at the top of a valley with excellent views from the terrace and pool. The hotel building is a beautiful villa dating back to circa 1500 and has 14 rooms. Our room was extremely spacious, with a separate living area, large bathroom and the most comfortable bed I’ve ever slept in. We didn’t hear any noise from any other guests throughout the stay which really helped us to relax. The staff are extremely friendly and helpful – they genuinely care about you enjoying your stay. The restaurant is set on the terrace next to the pool, meaning that you can enjoy excellent food in an intimate setting with views down the valley. Outstanding hotel and we’ll definitely be returning.
How much does a room costs at Hotel Villa Casanova Pisa?
Prices start 314$/night for Deluxe Double Room with Balcony. The Superior Double Room is 405$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.
Free WiFi, a flat-screen satellite TV and a bathroom with shower.
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4. San Ranieri Hotel 4* – Gay Friendly Hotels Pisa
With its glass façade and contemporary design, San Ranieri is aand stylish hotel, 10 minutes’ drive from and 300 m from Cisanello Hospital. It offers free Wi-Fi, free parking and a large garden.
Rooms at San Ranieri Hotel are air conditioned and decorated in different colours. They all feature a TV with Mediaset Premium channels, plus a minibar and private bathroom. Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel.
A buffet breakfast is served each morning, while the glass-covered restaurant serves Tuscan cuisine. Meals can be enjoyed indoors, outdoors or in a private lounge. The bar provides drinks throughout the day.
At the Hotel San Ranieri in Pisa we transform common places into extraordinary ones. We offer our guests gallant terraces facing up to the sky, wall partitioning that absorbs solar energy and shines nocturnal rainbows, and design rooms that might be mistaken for spaceships. Our architect Simone Micheli, one of the most noted contemporary designers, has created a wondrous metropolitan oasis. The rooms of the Hotel San Ranieri in Pisa are a concentrated eclecticism of contemporary and sophisticated vintage patterns. They offer all that you will need and even additional services that you will not want to be lacking. You will be amazed at our fiber optical Internet connection that will enable you to navigate at the speed of light.
This is marketed as a business hotel, and does have all the appearance of one. The design is sleek, very modern. The location is outside Pisa, but as nearby there is a residential area and a major hospital, I’m sure there are good transport links if you don’t have a car. The airport is very near as well. A bit further away there’s a bigger supermarket, and I recommend going there by car if possible, because it is a bit of a walk.
Inside, the lobby carries on the modern design. Check-in was efficient and friendly, they spoke good English.
The room itself was very clean. The TV had an original language option, so I could watch some in English. It was actually behind a mirror. I do have to speak about the mirrors. In the room there were 5, all with back lighting. Looks neat, but if you are disturbed by it,… The plugs were normal, had a good bedside table and the bed was massive.
I did have an accessible room. Bonus was the small fridge, because I don’t often see that nowadays. There were some items already in it. Just an idea for the hotel, many hotels have a little shop at reception nowadays, and leave the fridge empty. It makes minibar management easier. One thing is that I’m not sure the bathroom colour was a good choice. It shows wear already, and makes the room very small.
Breakfast was excellent. Easily the biggest spread I’ve ever seen in Italy, I can only compare it to the ones in Turkey. You have cooked, cold, all sorts of food, a large selection of pastry, coffee however you want it. Very refreshing, as I’m a breakfast person.
A taxi to Pisa Train Station costs €9-10, where you can hit the shops (there is also a small market) and enjoy the 15 minute walk to the Tower Pisa with great views. There is a bus 13 which leaves from outside the hotel, but we did not use it, instead opted for a taxi.
The hotel also has a shuttle bus to take you to & from the airport €10 each way (book with the hotel in advance).
The hotel is close to the airport, but is in a residential area, with not much around. Walking is a good way to see things which otherwise may be missed. There is a medium size shopping mall around 15 minutes walk away.
Bus stop is right outside the hotel which takes you into the centre of Pisa . There is a car park directly outside the hotel which is very convenient. The room was lovely , staff were very friendly and helpful . Breakfast was great and the outside seating area was nice to sit and relax .
The hotel restaurant was a little expensive however there is a wonderful restaurant 200 meters from the hotel which we paid a visit to regularly . We used the hotel as a centre point to be close to the airport but also for visits to Florence and Lucca.
How much does a room costs at San Ranieri Hotel?
Larger design room. Features free Wi-Fi, air conditioning, a satellite TV, and a private bathroom with shower.
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5. Hotel Di Stefano Pisa 3* – Gay Friendly Hotels Pisa
Hotel Di Stefano is a 5-minute walk from the Airport is a 10-minute drive from this hotel.of and offers , a and rooms with free WiFi. Pisa International
Rooms all have a flat-screen TV.
Di Stefano Hotel is 500 m from Piazza del Duomo and Pisa Cathedral. Its large roof terrace comes with sun loungers and has panoramic views across Pisa’s most beautiful monuments.
Breakfast at Di Stefano is served in a characteristic dining hall in the hotel’s medieval wing, where some of the rooms are located.
See why so many travelers make Hotel Di Stefano their hotel of choice when visiting Pisa. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and a rooftop terrace while staying at Hotel Di Stefano. In addition, Hotel Di Stefano offers free breakfast, which will help make your Pisa trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is parking available to guests.
This hotel is all about its perfect location – Wander down 2 streets, less than 10 mins and you are at the Tower. It means you can go anytime, and avoid all the stress of driving in Pisa.
Gluten-free breakfast options, which were included in the free buffet. A variety of cold meats/cheese/fresh yoghurt/breads/cakes and fruit along with juices/water/selection of teas and coffees- Self-serve in a very old, delightful and clean setting.
It is located at Via S. Apollonia 35, which is a relatively quite street about midway between the Leaning Tower area and the commercial area towards the R.Arno. Our room was small, but perfectly adequate, very clean and had a modern bathroom. There was a minibar.
Location is great in a little quiet side street but close to many shops, bars and restaurants and a 10 minute walk – if that – to the famous leaning tower, we had a double room on the first floor, average size room with double bed, bedside cabinets, vanity unity, double wardrobe and a decent bathroom with nice walk in shower, toiletries are provided but I would suggest bringing your own – tiny bottles (2) of body wash – no shampoo, there is a hairdryer in the bathroom and also a mini fridge in the bedroom, room overlooked a garden, nice patio on the roof of the hotel where you can see the tower from, nice to take drinks up there if the weather is nice, breakfast is typical for Europe – breads, cold meats, cereals, yogurts, fruit and cakes, nice coffee, boiled eggs would have been a plus but there was not any!
However the breakfast was enough to start the day. Staff are very friendly and reception are very helpful, little bar area in the reception so you can have a coffee or a wine etc. Many restaurants around the hotel – all reasonably priced however do watch for all the little add ons i.e cover charge which ranged from 3 to 5 euro and also some added on the service charge upto 15%
How much does a room costs at Hotel Di Stefano Pisa?
Large room with traditional décor in the medieval wing. Free Wi-Fi is available. If features a spa bath.
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