Albergo Alla Posta
AddressPiazza Oberdan 1 TriesteSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
[ourpick] Albergo Alla Posta This stylish place combines a pleasant old-world feel with state-of-the-art amenities. The rooms are restfully decorated in neutral tones. First-floor rooms have a timeless, classic feel, while those on the upper floors are more determinedly modern, with designer touches (such as Philippe Starck beds).
Our independent authors have visited Albergo Alla Posta and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Trieste.
Description provided by property
Just a 5-minute walk from Trieste Station, Albergo Alla Posta is in Piazza Oberdan, next to the historic Opicina Tram Terminus. Attentive staff serve an extensive buffet breakfast in an elegant dining room.
Decorated in a mix of traditional and modern styling, rooms at the Posta Hotel offer air conditioning, satellite TV and a minibar. Some have marble bathrooms with hydromassage baths, and free Wi-Fi is available in the lobby.
Breakfast includes cheese, cold cuts and jams, served in front of a roaring log fire in winter. In the afternoon you enjoy complimentary teas in the communal lounge.
Corso Cavour, at the start of Trieste’s harbour-side promenade, is 400 metres from the hotel. Piazza dell’Unità d’Italia is a 10-minute walk away.
Services & facilities
- Pets allowed
- Breakfast in the room
- Non-smoking rooms
- 24-hour front desk
- Vending machine (drinks)
- Free WiFi
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