Bidermaier Bed and Breakfast
AddressViale xx Settembre 65 - TRIESTE TriesteSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
B&B Bidermaier is at the master floor of a prestigious building in the Habsburg Trieste dated 1826.
The welcome is warm and informal, the rooms are in Central European style, with floral motifs painted ceilings and mosaic floors with essences that have more than two hundred years!
You can easily reach the Teatro Rossetti and then Corso Italia, Piazza della Borsa and Piazza Unita'. All this in a few minutes walking along Viale XX Settembre, a semi-pedestrian area which clothing stores, a megastore with a library, cafes and ice cream, restaurants and good pizza.
Lines n. 6 and n. 9 stop at a few meters and reach the city in two main directions. A taxi stand is located just 200 meters away.
In the kitchen are ready every morning fresh bread and warm croissants, you can compose a rich breakfast from the buffet. The kitchen is also available for the preparation of small meals.
If you have not decided where to go, the owners you can suggest the nature trails, cultural and gastronomic most interesting, to make unforgettable your stay in Trieste.
Cancellation policy: 48h advance notice
Late cancellation or noshow – one night charge
Payment upon arrival by cash only
Check in from 12.00
Check out before 11.00
Services & facilities
- Bicycle Parking
- Free Parking
- Free Breakfast
- Laundry Facilities
- Towels Included
- Free Internet Access
- Free WiFi
- Internet Access
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