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5 reviews
There's been a hotel of sorts on this prime site since Roman times and the 'Duchi' remains Trieste's grand dame. — Lonely Planet
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3 reviews
A charming old hotel with a fresh modern look, offering great sea views from the hillside on Italy’s Istrian coast just outside of Trieste city centre — The Telegraph
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3 reviews
Rooms on a busy, narrow street in the historic center contain paintings by local artists and antique furniture, and most have kitchenettes. — Fodor's
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2 reviews
Yes, there are seven suites and they are, indeed, historical, nestled on the beamed attic floor of a grand 1884 commercial building. — Lonely Planet
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4 reviews
The recently redone hotel has 142 rooms that mix original Belle Époque accents (plasterwork friezes; Murano glass chandeliers) with contemporary wenge-wood wardrobes. — Travel + Leisure
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2 reviews
Each of these rooms on the spacious Piazza Unità d'Italia is beautifully furnished in Venetian-Renaissance style, with dark-wood antiques, rich carpets, and plush fabrics. — Fodor's
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1 review
A very special B&B where you'll find exquisite parquetry floors, antique furniture and objects set against contemporary textiles and a simple sensibility. — Lonely Planet
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2 reviews
Basic facilities but this HI hostel boasts stunning sea views, and is just 500m from Castello Miramare 5km out of the city. — Rough Guide
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1 review
The Palace Suite is a beautifully renovated early 20th-century palazzo that has been converted into luxury suites in the heart of Trieste — The Telegraph
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2 reviews
A friendly, excellent-value option with TVs in all its eighteen clean rooms... Double glazing keeps out most of the noise from the busy street outside. Most rooms have private bath, some have a/c. — Rough Guide
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1 review
This stylish place combines a pleasant old-world feel with state-of-the-art amenities. — Lonely Planet
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1 review
Well furnished journeyman hotel with clean facilities... Service isn’t as touchy-feely as higher-starred establishments, but the price is right and the location handily close to everything. — Lonely Planet
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1 review
This place is less about Ulysses and more about sparkling modern rooms, great central location and ultra-smooth service – all in a historic 18th-century old town building, no less. — Lonely Planet
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1 review
Simple, fresh rooms at reasonable prices and a waterfront location make this a good budget choice. — Fodor's
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1 review
Centrally located with simple but comfortable rooms. Opened in 1855. — Michelin Guide
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1 review
Right in the heart of Trieste, this small family-run hotel is great value for money, and offers fresh, spick-and-span, if smallish, rooms. — Lonely Planet
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1 review
Upstairs in an imposing Borgo Teresiano building, this small, cosy hotel mixes traditional furnishings with bright, modern bathrooms, a large lounge and an internal courtyard — Lonely Planet
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1 review
A modern full-service hotel with updated traditional decor, the Victoria is centrally located, helpful for those on business in Trieste, but it's also within easy reach of city's historic sites. — Fodor's
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1 review
Beautiful sea views from all rooms, simple beachy design and a well-priced but stylish – love the Cassina leather chairs – restaurant and summery bar. — Lonely Planet
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1 review
Spread over two quiet but super-central old-town buildings, these apartments are comfortable and great value, with new, if basic, furniture. — Lonely Planet
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