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Tartini Hotel Piran

 
 
INTRODUCTION

The Hotel Tartini is a Piran institution. The location is fabulous - a few metres from the sea on Piran's main square: Tartinijev Trg, which, like the hotel, is named after the composer Giuseppe Tartini. On top of the hotel is a fantastic roof terrace looking over the square. The interior and rooms would benefit from a refurb before long to make the most of the location but still offer reasonable mid range accommodation in a fabulous position.

 

LOCATION

Hotel Tartini is in a wonderful location in the beautiful main square of Piran just metres from the Adriatic and in easy walking distance to all the attractions of the town and to various places to take a dip in the sea. From Piran there is a huge amount of interest to see in the area - the various Slovenian coastal towns of Izola, Portoroz and Koper are all worth a visit, as are the various lovely old hilltop villages in the wine country inland from the coast. There are easy day trips to magnificent caves at Postojna or Skocjanske Jame, to the world famous stud at Lipica or even to Ljubljana. Its a short hop over the border to various beautiful towns and resorts over the border in Croatian Istria or in the other direction to Trieste or even Venice in Italy. For more area info click here.

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LOCATION INFO
Distance to the nearest…
Sights The hotel overlooks Tartini Square which few would disagree is the most beautiful square on the Slovenian Adriatic.
Restaurants Restaurant in the hotel with plenty of others in easy walking distance.
Bars Hotel bar on site and wonderful roof terrace overlooking Tartini Square. plenty of others in easy walking distance.
Distance to the nearest airport(s)

140km to Ljubljana Airport

80km to Trieste airport (Italy)

95km to Pula airport (Croatia)

100km to Rijeka airport (Croatia)

Other useful local transport connections

There are local buses to other towns on the coast and onwards to Ljubljana. There are also buses which go to Trieste in Italy, however not every day - so please contact us if you are planning to travel by bus to Piran from Trieste airport. The nearest train station is Koper (20km) with connections from Koper to Ljubljana and also to Sezana where you can change for trains into Italy.

THE ACCOMMODATION

The reason we list the Tartini is mainly for the location but also the building, the magnificent roof terrace, the terrace on Tartini square, and the views from the rooms overlooking the Square and the rooms with seaview balconies. The rooms themselves offer a fair standard of comfort and facilities and certainly justify the price, given the exceptional location, especially out of high season - it's just that you can't help feeling that you would gladly pay more for a top end room /interior in such a wonderful place.

 

ACCOMMODATION INFO
Stars
 
No. of bedrooms

45 rooms, 3 single, 4 triple.

Some rooms have views of Tartini Square some have balconies and sea views.

There is also a suite with stunning views of Piran and the Adriatic.

Bathrooms

All rooms with ensuite bathrooms.

Restaurant / bar

The Altana restaurant has a decent glazed terrace and serves mainly local Istrian specialities. The Tartini Tavern is a coffee bar located on Tartini Square and is a fantastic place to people watch over a morning coffee or evening drink. lastly the hotel offers a wonderful roof terrace with stunning views of Tartini Square - a fantastic place for an afternon or early evening drink.

Garden / outside space / balcony

There is a lovely roof terrace, as well as covered terrace in the restaurant and a further terrace on the main Tartini Square. Sea view rooms have balconies.

 

Views
Fantastic views of Tartini Square / the Adriatic from some rooms / the roof terrace.
Entertainment & telecoms

Cable TV in every room

Wireless internet in most rooms (plese request a room with wireless if you need it)

Parking

There is no parking in central Piran. the centre is largely pedestiranised and only local residents have any vehicle access to the centre. There is a municipal parking house 10 minutes walk from Tartini Square or you can take a free regular shuttle bus.

Other facilities

Air conditioned rooms

Conference facilities

Other

 

 

PRICES

Prices for accommodation at the Tartini Hotel Piran. Prices last updated July 2013. Please contact us for current quote.

 

ROOM TYPE

ROOM PRICE € / NIGHT; B&B

02.01-01.04; 03.11-27.12

ROOM PRICE € / NIGHT; B&B

29.03-25.07; 25.08-02,11

ROOM PRICE € / NIGHT; B&B

26.07-24.08; 28.12-01.01.2014

Single 76 82 92
Double 102 108-114 128
Triple 120 138 162

Suite

(2 people)

140 172 192
  • Single use of double room +20%
  • Room with sea view & balcony +10%
  • Half board supplement 18 EUR, childs bed 5 EUR, additional person in the suit 12 EUR
  • Children on extra beds: aged up to 4 free of charge, aged 5-12 -50%
  • Prices do not include tourist tax (€1.27 / adult / night & 0.64 EUR / child aged 7-18 / night).
  • All prices subject to agreement in writing at the time of booking
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PHOTO GALLERY

Hotel Tartini, Piran

Hotel Tartini, Piran

Fabulous roof terrace

Fabulous roof terrace

Ariel view of Tartini Square

Ariel view of Tartini Square

Reception at Hotel Tartini

Reception at Hotel Tartini

Hotel interior

Hotel interior

Roof terrace view

Roof terrace view

Double room at Hotel Tartini

Double room at Hotel Tartini

Hotel exterior

Hotel exterior

The Piran peninsula

The Piran peninsula

Hotel exterior

Hotel exterior

Sea view balcony

Sea view balcony

Beautiful Piran

Beautiful Piran

Statue of Tartini in Tartini Square

Statue of Tartini in Tartini Square

Tartini Hotel exterior

Tartini Hotel exterior

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