Bagni di Pisa
Four-night Bagni Thermal Experience
Four nights in a comfort room on bed and breakfast board basis. Your Bagni Thermal Experience includes: a 20-minute Thermal steam bath in the Grand Duke’s grotto, which is a natural thermal grotto heated to 38°C as well as a 50-minute Hot Rolling Massage, inspired by ancient healers.
Access to the thermal Bioaquam circuit is also included, with hydro massages, the minerva whirlpool with underwater hydro jets, indoor and outdoor thermal pools, a Turkish bath and Swedish sauna, and use of the fully equipped gym. The package also includes a morning hike (from Monday to Saturday) and each adult gets one complimentary daily access to the Thalaquam floatation pool per day.
Please note flights and transfers are NOT included but can be arranged
Room upgrades, board basis upgrades and additional treatments can be arranged at a supplement
At a glance
Pisa airport is just 10km from Bagni di Pisa
A destination spa since the 1700s, the Bagni di Levante is literally built on thermal springs.
Visit Kaffeehaus, an enchanting place of olive groves and gardens, renowned for being the favourite destination of the Empress Maria Theresa of Austria.
Looking out onto olive groves, Pisa and the beauty of the Tuscan countryside, the view is unparalleled.
Bringing five star Italian luxury to the spa experience, the hotel is effortlessly romantic.
Spa & Leisure
Romans and then by the Medici family, its pedigree is unparalleled. Now known as the Bagni di Levante, it is a five star spa resort in Tuscany including hydrotherapy and thermal pools, a gym, thermal muds and a Cave built in the early 700s, where a small waterfall creates a warm and humid environment that stimulates the senses.
When it comes to treatments, traditional thermal therapies including mud and inhalation therapy are combined with thermal cosmology and aesthetic medicine treatments, Eastern medicine, fitness and massage therapy, as well as weight-loss and detox programs for all round health and wellbeing.
Hotel & Accommodation
Originally built in 1743 for the Grand Duke of Tuscany, over the years Bagni di Pisa has hosted royalty, dignitaries and celebrities, and it remains as dedicated to unparalleled service as it ever has been. Retaining its 18th century charm with frescoed ceilings, extravagant furnishings, floral gardens and captivating nature in abundance, the hotel has 61 rooms, including 11 Junior Suites and nine Standard Suites where contemporary convenience sits alongside Neo Classical style.
Every experience is a joy at Bagni di Pisa, and dining is no exception. Dei Lorena Restaurant has beautiful views of the Leaning Tower of Pisa and offers elegance alongside explosive flavour. Meanwhile, The Byron Court terrace is the place for a drink overlooking the olive groves and Bar Shelley is an elegant space for a cocktail.