Hotels Near Centro Auto In Trieste
1.03km from Centro AutoI was there only for a night, but I really appreciated this place for being comfortable, tidy and very clean. The staff was kind and helpful, so there were no problems at all. The room was a brand new one, with a beautiful bathroom with shower. The reception is open 24 hours and there is a car park for the guests. The hotel is 5 km from the city centre and you can enjoy the trip watching the outskirts of the city with its huge industrial area and the ships standing in the gulf. In conclusion I was satisfied by the hotel because it responded right to my needs.
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3.95km from Centro AutoThe room are nice and clean. In addiction I had the pleasure to meet Costel at the hotel reception...is one of the best employees I ever seen... very kind and helpful... I give us support and assistance and drove us personally to the airport once he finish his duty. I would highly recommended this hotel.... all the employees are nice and they all work very well for ensure you will have a nice journey .
4.41km from Centro AutoProperty Location With a stay at Villa Tullibec in Trieste (Barriera Vecchia-San Giacomo), you'll be within a 10-minute drive of Israelite Temple of Trieste and Fiera Trieste Exhibition Center. This guesthouse is 1.5 mi (2.4 km) from Piazza Vittorio Veneto and 1.5 mi (2.4 km) from Canal Grande di Trieste. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 2 air-conditioned guestrooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature jetted bathtubs and complimentary toiletries. Conveniences include coffee/tea makers, and housekeeping is provided weekly. Amenities Take in the views from a garden and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access.
4.46km from Centro AutoFrom the time we made the booking over the phone we felt this was the right HOTEL for us. The rooms where clean and beautifully decorated. The staff where friendly and helpful. We looked forward every morning to the express buffet which was excellent and always welcomed by the friendly staff especially Valentine. Will we definitely choose this hotel for our next visit.
4.46km from Centro AutoOffering a fitness centre, a spa and wellness centre, Residence Victoria offers self-catering accommodation in Trieste. Free WiFi access is available in all areas.All the apartments at Residence Victoria feature a flat-screen TV, air conditioning and a seating area. Featuring a shower, the private bathroom also comes with a hairdryer, free toiletries and towels.Residence Victoria is a 15-minute walk from Trieste Centrale Train Station, while Piazza Unità d’Italia is 1 km away.
4.5km from Centro AutoThe location means that it is away from the town centre and is in a residential area of San Giusto. The breakfast of a selection of home made cakes and fresh fruit makes this something to look forward to. The large bathroom and very good size bedroom are also an added bonus. We only had a small evening snack due to late arroival, but it was very good.
4.78km from Centro AutoSet in Trieste, 2 km from Verdi Theatre and 2.4 km from Piazza dell Unita d Italia, Area39 offers accommodation with free WiFi. Trieste Harbour is 3.7 km from the bed and breakfast, while San Giusto Cathedral and castle is 2.7 km from the property. The nearest airport is Trieste Airport, 42 km from Area39.
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4.8km from Centro AutoProperty Location Freetime offers accommodations throughout the area in Trieste. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 7 air-conditioned rooms featuring kitchens with refrigerators and stovetops. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and flat-screen televisions are provided for your entertainment. Amenities This smoke-free apartment offers discounted parking nearby and offsite parking. Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include express check-in and an elevator (lift). Limited parking is available onsite.
4.84km from Centro AutoWith a stay at Casa Novecentotre rooms e apartments, you'll be centrally located in Trieste, a 9-minute walk from Canal Grande di Trieste and 14 minutes by foot from Cathedral of San Giusto. This townhouse accommodation is 1.4 mi (2.3 km) from University of Trieste and 1.5 mi (2.4 km) from Castello di San Giusto.Take in the views from a terrace and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access.Full breakfasts are available daily from 8:30 AM to 10:30 AM for a fee.Featured amenities include multilingual staff and an elevator (lift).Make yourself at home in one of the 24 individually decorated guestrooms, featuring minibars and LED televisions. Your bed comes with down comforters and premium bedding. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Private bathrooms with showers feature rainfall showerheads and complimentary toiletries.
4.84km from Centro AutoWith a stay at Paduina3 Comfort Apartaments in Trieste (Città Nuova-Barriera Nuova-San Vito-Città Vecchia), you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Miramare Castle and Israelite Temple of Trieste. This apartment is 0.8 mi (1.2 km) from Canal Grande di Trieste and 0.8 mi (1.3 km) from Piazza Vittorio Veneto.The front desk is staffed during limited hours.Make yourself at home in one of the 9 individually furnished guestrooms, featuring kitchens with refrigerators and stovetops. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and flat-screen televisions are provided for your entertainment. Conveniences include microwaves, and housekeeping is provided on request.
4.96km from Centro AutoSituated in Basovizza, Al Laghetto boasts a garden and shared lounge. This guest house offers a shared kitchen.Trieste is 7 km from the guest house, while Portorož is 26 km from the property. The nearest airport is Trieste Airport, 37 km from the property.
4.99km from Centro AutoTrieste really isn't a fixture on the tourist trail just yet, so with a fairly baffling array of options, Gens Julia turned out to be a great choice. It's located not far from the Piazza Unita, but it might be more straightforward in practice to reach it via Via De Cavana and Via Felice Venezian. Google maps will direct you up the steps via the Basilica San Silvestro, but this is a bit of a maze, and disorientating. Davide and Frederica are great hosts, and Frederica in particular is especially proud and enthusiastic about her home town, so is a rich source of advice. The room was comfortable and a decent size, but the bathroom was adjacent rather than en suite. This seems a common feature in many B+Bs advertised in the city, but it was exclusively for our use, not a shared one. The breakfast was actually one of the better ones we had on this trip, with the typical selection of cold meats, pastries, and fruit, with proper coffee as you would expect in Trieste. The one main criticism is that the rooms all adjoin a common kitchen area and the sound travels easily. So early risers seeking early breakfasts can be clearly heard in the rooms. In addition there are quite a few steps to negotiate to the room, but Davide can help with bags. Moreover, they were very flexible about leaving luggage post checkout so that we could continue exploring before leaving.
Hotels Near Centro Auto In Trieste Review
A lovely chic hotel located just outside the city centre of Trieste which is easily accessible by walking 45min, driving in 20min or getting the bus (bus stop a couple of minutes way) in 25min. The hotel looks across the Adriatic sea towards Trieste and Slovenia to the left and on the right, you have the beautiful Castle Miramare! The hotel itself is cosy with only 32 rooms and in the rooms they are minimalistic and compact which didn't bother me (wife and 5 yrs old), as it offered a king bed, minibar, lovely full marbled bathroom and lovely balcony to sit down and people watch. It has a lovely little bar area with a breakfast bar which becomes a dinning room in the evening for dinner. Great location and great value if you want something away from the hustle and bustle of Trieste. I would recommend!
We stayed here for a long weekend as some friends were competing in an endurance rally around the Adriatic. If you don’t book this hotel for your stay in Trieste you will disappointed. The staff, the decor the whole experience staying here was amazing. We knew that we were in a separate building to the main hotel but this was not a problem. We were greeted by the gentleman on reception with a beer and a wine and shown on a map where to visited and how to get there. The room was as the whole hotel was exceptionally presented and there was nothing missing we would wanted or needed. The shower next to the bed was an unusual but fun feature. Unfortunately my wallet went missing at a restaurant on our first night but the hotel offered to contact the restaurant for me and assured me in finding the police station to report it. The location was perfect for all the centre of the city, easy walking distance to the centre of town and about 5mins from the station. As said before don’t hesitate to book here for your stay in Trieste.
We stayed there for only one night. It is a room in an apartment with shared bathroom. It is very clean and tidy, the owner was very kind and helpful. The only thing that I was not happy with was our neighbours from the othwr room who were making a lots of noise in the night when we wanted to sleep. The location is not really in the city center, but it was ok. Oh yeah, one more thing... I would suggest to the owner to replace the minibar because it was very noisy machine :)
If you plan on arriving (or checking out) any time other than about 8-10 am, you have to make avance arrangements at this tiny boutique hotel with only 9 rooms on three floors ,upstairs over a restaurant. Two blocks off the waterfront, immediately next to the Bourse Piazza it is very centrally located for shopping for historical sightseeing for excellent restaurants and seeing the core of Trieste. What that means is, while they've done a great job with soundproofing the windows with triple glazing, if you are interested in a very quiet room especially during any kind of event, such as Barcolana week, then you will be very unhappy. Music may stop between 2 and 3 but starting about five or six then the tables and chairs get set up for morning coffee and restaurant openings so there's not a lot of quiet time and there's no real back side to have a room on. If you're on the first floor of rooms above the street you have the additional problem of the restaurant kitchen being directly below you. so ask for one of the upper two floors. The rooms are newly refurbished with modern woods, fairly sparse, but very very functional.
From the time we made the booking over the phone we felt this was the right HOTEL for us. The rooms where clean and beautifully decorated. The staff where friendly and helpful. We looked forward every morning to the express buffet which was excellent and always welcomed by the friendly staff especially Valentine. Will we definitely choose this hotel for our next visit.
So nice hotel reception persons so great service and sweet persons help for all
I came to know about this hotel thanks to some friends of mine who stayed here in October and were super satisfied. And I have to admit, they were totally right and suggested me very well. My boyfriend and I couldn’t have enjoyed Trieste at its maximum without a nice rest in this hotel’s room. The furniture is amazing and modern, and so are the decorations. The paintings look like Picasso’s ones, and being myself an art lover, I really loved them! It's fully modernized and new, it radiates energy from everywhere and it’s also because of the young and active staff. The staff at the reception was really friendly, helpful and answered very clearly to all the questions we had, both at the time of booking and at check-in, we were suggested a lot of cool places to visit and to go eat. The staff at the bar and restaurant was also very diligent and friendly, they served us delicious food, and the breakfast was yummy as well! Also, everything was clean and was being cleaned constantly. If you want to visit Trieste at its full, come here! With a nice sleep, an energizing breakfast and a super central location, you’ll be living the city 100%! Ciao e grazie Hotel Solun da me e mio fidanzato!
The hotel was in Perfect location, center to all the attractions. Truly lovely hotel and very quiet considering its location to main street. The staff was very thoughtful and helpful, and gave great recommendations for activities and restaurants. Definitely a must stay.
A particularly good hotel. The location is unique. The balcony is facing the opposite bay.
Excellent place to stay while visiting Tireste. Mostest cost; easy parking (17e/day) nearby; easy walk to Centro Storico; Incredible breakfast for 10e; Friendly staff. Very tasteful decor! The building lobby is under construction, but the hotel (on the 1st floor) is beautiful. The room was stylish and well furnished; very comfortable bed. Highly recommended!
Service attitude is not good enough, there is smoke in the room
We stayed for two days in this hostel. It is in an old building, 3rd floor without an elevator, so good for muscle building. The hostel is a smaller one with central baths and kitchen in which breakfast is served. The people there are friendly and keep the hostel clean. So that's is good. The breakfast is basic, so some fruits, cornflakes, yogurt, toast and jam. And, of course, coffee. The rooms are big and as expected with high ceiling. So what's the downside? The bath facility even so clean is one issue. First at least one guest sets each day one of the baths under water and the cabins are so small that everyone above 6 feets should not be claustrophobic. And the really annoying think is that there is a glass container down at the street. It sound like that between 1 and 3 am the nearby restaurants throws their empty bottles in and then calls to get the container emptied. So in middle of the night there is a lot of noise on the street. So the summary. Except the noise it's ok since it is really good located.
We liked this place a lot. The pedestrian street was quiet. The room was small, but well equipped. We liked the set-up, which we are beginning to see more often; you get a code to open the door and the staff is there when you need them--early in the morning for breakfast and checkout, but otherwise not hanging around watching your every move, although the related travel agency across the hall is open business hours. The breakfast was nice, with excellent croissants and boiled eggs, plus cheeses, yogurt, fruit, coffee. The coffee from the machine was not the best we had on this trip but not the worst either. Gabrielle is helpful and very organized, and her staff are all fluent English speakers too, with good restaurant suggestions. The entrance seems dark and gloomy until you figure out where the light is--on the left.
The hotel service is very good, the equipment is very new, and it feels safer than the other hotels in this time. The room is large, comfortable, and the location is good. It's not too far away if you drive.
Trieste really isn't a fixture on the tourist trail just yet, so with a fairly baffling array of options, Gens Julia turned out to be a great choice. It's located not far from the Piazza Unita, but it might be more straightforward in practice to reach it via Via De Cavana and Via Felice Venezian. Google maps will direct you up the steps via the Basilica San Silvestro, but this is a bit of a maze, and disorientating. Davide and Frederica are great hosts, and Frederica in particular is especially proud and enthusiastic about her home town, so is a rich source of advice. The room was comfortable and a decent size, but the bathroom was adjacent rather than en suite. This seems a common feature in many B+Bs advertised in the city, but it was exclusively for our use, not a shared one. The breakfast was actually one of the better ones we had on this trip, with the typical selection of cold meats, pastries, and fruit, with proper coffee as you would expect in Trieste. The one main criticism is that the rooms all adjoin a common kitchen area and the sound travels easily. So early risers seeking early breakfasts can be clearly heard in the rooms. In addition there are quite a few steps to negotiate to the room, but Davide can help with bags. Moreover, they were very flexible about leaving luggage post checkout so that we could continue exploring before leaving.
The location is very good, not far from the Piazza dell’Unita d’Italia, the Canale Grande, harbor. With luck there is possibility to park a car in the front of the apartment. Otherwise there was always some parking place a little bit away, but quite close to the apartement. In the apartment is a washing machine which is very important if the trip is longer than 2-3 days. The bathroom was pleasently warm. It was comfortable to step out from the shower. The bed linen were clean and comfortable. Personally I liked that there were shower caps and shower gel was good scented. The accomodation suggested pizza restaurant was very good and one of its resaurants was close to the apartment. If to be a little bit critical then the sofa-bed in the living room is not for tall and big person as it doesn’t open to bed. Secondly, the working air conditioner was too loud, but without it the room became too hot although the sun didn’t shine in. And the water in the shower was at first very cold for some minutes after what it became too hot, so it had to adjust the shower hot and cold handle quite a long.
The location means that it is away from the town centre and is in a residential area of San Giusto. The breakfast of a selection of home made cakes and fresh fruit makes this something to look forward to. The large bathroom and very good size bedroom are also an added bonus. We only had a small evening snack due to late arroival, but it was very good.
Trieste was initially just a convenient stopping-off place on an Italy / Croatia trip starting in Verona and ending in Split (as it had been for us ten years ago). But this time we discovered the city properly - a great place for a three or four night stay - and found a room at Trieste 411, two floors of stylish apartments close to Via Giusuè Carducci (the main drag in the city centre), 3 minutes from Gelateria Zampolli (a terrific ice cream den) and 10 minutes walk from the train and bus stations. The room was spacious, cool and modern, providing a splendid retreat in the heat of the day and a good quiet night’s sleep. All the staff are very personable, friendly and helpful. We will have no hesitation in returning to this terrific city and to Trieste 411. Highly recommended on all counts.
We stayed in the annex part of the Hotel Duchi d'Aosta and it was perfect for what we needed. It is located very close to the waterfront and the beautiful Piazza Unita d'Italia. From here, you can walk to local attractions, the many bars and restaurants nearby, and can easily get a bus up the coast, or a ferry over to Muggia. The room itself was great. A very comfortable firm bed, and a space to hang clothes. We also had a sofa to relax on, and could see the sea from our window, which was lovely. The bathroom was well appointed (though the fixed showerhead was a little too low for my 6 foot 2 partner). I really liked the storage drawer, as we could unpack all of our toiletries into it, but they didn't take up all the surfaces in the room (like most other hotels). Breakfast was pretty good (served in Harry's Bistro) in the main hotel. The breakfast staff were chirpy and welcoming and there was a wide range of food on offer.
Good location in the heart of Trieste. Comfortable rooms, clean and and quiet, good breakfast. Special thanks for Dario who helped me with parking for short time in front of the hotel then guided me to the garage and for the restaurants and local attraction suggestions. Thanks also for the lady in the breakfast room, very polite and helpful.
While these apartments are in an exquisite Stile Liberty (Art Nouveau) building, the interiors are not nearly as elegant or harmonious; everything is perfectly functional but a bit more attention to design could take it up a notch or two. The apartment was spacious and comfortable, but a bit dark with inadequate lighting. We had difficulty getting the Sky TV to work, but eventually (on our second try) a staff member figured it out and also showed us how to change the option to "original language" so we could watch movies in English - which was a treat. It was warm and humid the first night we were there, but since the HVAC system had been switched over to heating no air conditioning was available so we had to leave the windows open, which made it a bit noisy (when they were closed, however, it was quiet - very good acoustic windows). Pillows were a bit hard and uncomfortable. Since the apartment complex is managed by a hotel around the corner and since both buildings are in a pedestrian only complex, it is important to pay attention to the directions on their website - and it took both of us since one of us stayed with the car (and then park it) while the other went to get a porter to help with the bags. Breakfast was at the hotel - and seating was very limited the first day with staff doing their best to reset tables as people cleared out. Choices were limited and coffee very weak. One thing that concerned us throughout was the the door to the street was never fully closed. While we never felt unsafe, it would seem that in a building with no staff in the lobby they would want to ensure the door closes and locks whenever someone enters or leaves the building. A better closing device - or simply telling those using the apartment to ensure the door is locked behind them - could easily solve this problem. Overall, we thought this was an OK value for a good space in a good location. It wouldn't take much to make this a great value, but it would take someone with a better design sense.
The accommodation was shown as convenient to the Train Station - which it is. However I walked past the front door four times before I asked the clerk in a nearby hotel to pinpoint its location. It took me three additional times walking past and examining every push button to find the one for the accommodation - what a nightmare after ten hours travelling In its favour I must say that there is a small sign (which is unlit) attached to the building but the street is so dark it can't be seen see after dark. I rang the bell and could hear the latch open but the door was heavy the latch closed so I waited for a further few minutes until the latch operated again. The owner couldn't be bothered to walk down to let me in. Once inside the atrium which has a very old lift which I didn't know how to operate I climbed the stairs until I found the accommodation - and eventually wished I hadn't. Mine host was ungracious, demanded the city tax in cash, and proceeded to use the machine on the counter to print out the receipt for the money I had paid to a booking site. He then took forever to tell an exceptionally tired travelled the rules and regulations and eventually took me to my room - with one double and one single bed, pointing out that mine was the single I had paid for. The room was large and clean but the bedding and towels smelt stale (I discovered the reason the next morning since, on departure I noticed that washing was drying indoors behind big curtains on the atrium landing).
Our family stayed at Residence Sole in June. We had a wonderful time. Alessandra was great. We booked a smaller room by accident. She found a larger apartment for us. The view was amazing. The apartment was clean and fully equipped. We also loved Trieste!
It's a charming little space just steps from the Grand Canal but it's also a walk up. And not just any walk up but up about four flights of stairs. Collapsing into the comfortable bed was necessary each time we went out to explore Trieste and came back. We stayed in the late fall so this was not an issue but this place charges extra for air conditioning which I found a little off putting. They also did not really put in a huge effort at breakfast. While the spread was decent, there was nothing in the way of warm food. The internet was a bit spotty as well. The proprietress was very friendly which is nice but also kind of the bare minimum.
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The room is clean, the service is good, and we 'll stay next time!
Travelled with kids and decided for a Saturday night sleepover in Trieste coming from Slovenia and heading towards Istria in Croatia. Booked on the road on hotel website as it was best value (love that practice...) and arrived around 7 pm. Beautiful restaurated old building which i think was an old insurance company building. Maybe the only element to improve I would state is that it would be good to add to the booking confirmation a clear guide how to come by car to pack out in front of hotel as this can be quite confusing to find based on navigation. The hotel is in a limited traffic zone so one should anyway park away, best to try on the seaside a couple of hundred meters away but you need some luck - we had. The hotel is very close to pedestrian areas, with great shops, cafes, restaurants. Clean, functional rooms, very nice bathroom, comfortable beds, good amenities like illy coffee machine and biscuit on arrival. I did not find anywhere in room info if drinks in minibar are free or againts payment (probably free as there is a small selection) and when I tried to call to ask for it, no one responded, maybe it was a busy time. Breakfast is OK, not great but you find all what is needed, best id you ask coffee from waiters instead of opting for machine. Extra cost of breakfast is reasonable, so one should evaluate quality and value in that light. We did not try the restaurant for dinner as menu did not really fit kid’s taste but sounds good fine-dining food based on choice on the menu. All in all a pleasant experience.
My wife and I and our two boys (6yo and nearly 4yo) stayed at Ritters mid September. Excellent location in Trieste, the perfect spot. We had Apartment 11, on the top floor which was an attic style room, partly low ceilings, there were 2 rooms one included a fold out couch with a tv, small kids play area, storage and the master a king bed with a single as well. Very clean, neat rooms with up to date furniture. The shower was exceptionally small and we at least hit our heads on the low part of the beams about 10 times, also air con was slightly noisy, apart from this we really enjoyed our stay here and would recommend it to fellow travellers. The housekeeping was excellent and the service from staff was on point. There is a laundry mat about 30meters from Ritters which was very handy, clothes dried very well in our apartment. We would easily stay here again.
Even Locanda alle Beccherie is located in the old town it gives you all amenities to have a great time. Even an elevator to move up and down you luggage. Really cozy apartment with nice kitchen and wonderful bathroom. And the best is that you walk out the door and you are already next to the Piazza with plenty of restaurants, grocery shops or other facilities. An excellent alternative to a conventional hotel room to enjoy your privacy without hassle to be on time for breakfast. We loved the place and the front desk lady around the corner was so friendly with plenty of useful information about Trieste. Perfect stay.
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