Enjoy the enchanting city of Trieste and discover by bike the Carst. This offer includes fully day cycles hire, 2 tastings in the typical “osmize” (farms) and return by ferry boat to the old town. Book it right now!Read More
Enjoy Trieste all year round!
Minimum Stay: 2 nights; Arrival days: every day; This offer includes: breakfast buffet, free Wi-Fi, welcome drink, free entrance in the Miramare Castle, in the Gigante Cave and in the Civic Museums, a walking city tour, parking lot and a coffee tasting in the historical coffee bars in the old town. Book it now!
There are a lot of ways to visit a city. For example visiting museums, or walking along the most famous streets of the city centre, or maybe discovering the nature in the surroundings.
Whatever is your way to enjoy a holiday, Trieste is a city that has so much things to do and see, that there are as much ways in which you can discover how it is beautiful.
Hotel Italia is accessible to disabled, elderly or younger guests. Right in front of the hotel entrance is an area that allows the disabled guests’ cars to stand and their luggage to be unloaded. Hotel access is easy, since the entrance has no steps and the sliding doors are automatic. The reception is right in front of the entrance and our qualified staff – available 24/7 – will be glad to provide guests with the assistance they need. Guests can then reach their rooms using the wide lift that allows carrying strollers and wheelchairs with ease.
Due to the recent renovation of the whole building, all the 38 en-suite bedrooms of our Hotel are accessible. More specifically, one of our bedrooms fully meets the strictest EEC rules, thus allowing our disabled guests to use it in complete autonomy.
The Hotel Italia staff considers accessibility as a very important issue – we are aware of the fact that without the right facilities, some of our guests would miss the chance to enjoy the unique experience of travelling, and the discovery of different stories, cultures and traditions. Hotel Italia is therefore committed to offering accessibility to all its guests – and this is reflected in its joining “tourism_net.fvg”, the first tourism business Network in Friuli Venezia Giulia. One of the three long-terms issues dealt with by the Network is accessible tourism for the disabled, the elderly, families with children and people with food intolerances.
Hotel Italia’s staff and services are available to meet all guests’ specific needs and make their stay in Trieste an unforgettable experience.
Hotel Italia is located in the city centre, in a strategic position that proves ideal not only for leisure, but also for work trips. The Hotel is a few steps away from the Congress Centre and the main business areas, and can be reached easily by any transport means. It is located at just 200 metres from the railway station and bus terminal, so it is the best choice if you travel by train or plane. If you travel by car, the Hotel offers you a garage and car valet service at 20.00 euro per day.
Our reception is open 24/7 and our qualified staff speaks Italian, English and German. Express check-in and check-out, as well as luggage storage are also possible.
Our single or double rooms are all soundproof and air-conditioned to provide the best rest possible and to guarantee privacy. Each room is equipped with a safe that is capable of storing laptops and with Wi-Fi; a meeting hall with free Wi-Fi service is available on each floor.
Special prices can be applied to groups and companies, depending on the period of stay and the number of guests, and yearly agreements can be made. For further information, please contact us by mail or phone – we are at your disposal to dispel any doubts.
Trieste is a border town and a port placed right between the Karst Plateau and the Adriatic sea. Italian and international history struck the city several times, and that is why Trieste is now so diverse and unique – a shrine of mixed cultures and traditions.
This combination of cultures and traditions is reflected also in local cooking. The typical Triestine cooking includes Slavic, Austro-Hungarian and country recipes. Besides the several historical places offering the typical Triestine dishes, many people prefer the osmizas – rustic eating places where farmers offer their homemade wine, cheeses and cured meats.
In late October/early November, the ‘Sapori del Carso – Okusi Krasa’ event usually takes place – a food and wine event that includes meetings, tasting sessions and menus, and is aimed at preserving the traditional tastes and at making the most of typical Triestine products.
Hotel Italia will be pleased to have you and provide you with all the information you need to enjoy Trieste and Sapori del Carso (Karst Tastes).