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Famous Rooms

Over the course of nearly three centuries, the Royal Victoria Hotel has hosted many famous personalities.

An obligatory stop on the Grand Tour, the hotel has always been a meeting place for intellectuals, nobility, royalty, artists, poets, musicians, writers, scientists, and Heads of State.

Listing all the names would be practically impossible, considering that there are approximately 150 historical figures recorded in just the first 10 years of the hotel’s activity. The hotel’s prestigious guest list has continued uninterrupted to the present day, making the Royal Victoria Hotel a place that still has the honor of hosting Nobel laureates, government members, and royalty.

Among the many guests who have stayed here, just to name a few, we can mention Émile Zola, Giacomo Puccini, Tiziano Terzani, Pietro Mascagni, Luigi Pirandello, Margherita Hack, and Piero D’Angela.

Some of them have even recorded their feelings and impressions of their stay in Pisa, leaving an indelible mark of their time at the hotel.

Even today, hotel visitors can sleep in Gabriele d’Annunzio’s favorite room or have breakfast in the salons beloved by Giacomo Puccini, Alexandre Dumas, Albert Camus, and Eleonora Duse. While flipping through the guest books, they can virtually converse with the Empress of Japan, Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands, the Romanovs fleeing Russia, and retrace the journeys of Charles Lindbergh. Then, they can step out onto the riverside promenade to stroll with Shelley, Lord Byron, and Giacomo Leopardi.

Many literary figures, during their stay at the “Victoria,” were inspired by its splendid view of the Pisan riversides and wrote about the hotel’s beautiful river view.

Junior Suite

202 - The Gabriele D’Annunzio Room

Room 202, located on the second floor, is famous for having hosted the renowned writer and poet Gabriele D’Annunzio on several occasions.

Junior Suite

102 - The Guglielmo Marconi Room

Room 102, located on the first floor, is famous for having hosted the great scientist and Nobel laureate Guglielmo Marconi.

Classic River

105 - The Virginia Woolf Room

Room 105, located on the third floor, is famous for having hosted one of the most important writers of the 20th century, Virginia Woolf

Classic

201 - The Umberto Eco Room

Room 201, located on the second floor, is famous for having hosted Umberto Eco, the renowned writer known for his famous novel ‘The Name of the Rose.’

Standard

411 - The Charles Dickens Room

Room 411, on the fourth floor, is famous for having hosted one of the most important English writers of the 19th century, Charles Dickens, the author of famous novels such as ‘Great Expectations,’ ‘David Copperfield,’ and ‘Oliver Twist.’

Standard

Mq2:

18/12

Capacity:

2 people + 2 triple rooms

The hotel has 14 Standard rooms.

Simple and quiet, each one is furnished with different details.

All the rooms are equipped with a private bathroom, air conditioning, and complimentary Wi-Fi.

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