AddressTartinijev trg 15 PiranSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
This attractive, 45-room property faces Tartinijev trg and manages to catch a few sea views from the upper floors (for an additional €10 you can score a sea-view balcony). The staff are especially friendly and helpful. If you’ve got the dosh, splash out on suite No 40A; we’re suckers for eyrie-like round rooms with million-euro views.
The summertime rooftop terrace is a winner.
Our independent authors have visited Hotel Tartini and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Piran.
Description provided by property
Hotel Tartini is a charming 3-star hotel located in the centre of a picturesque Mediterranean town of Piran on the Slovene Coast.
A superb location enables the clients to fully enjoy the atmosphere of the town or take a walk to the beach, which is only 200 metres from the hotel.
There are a couple of private terraces overlooking the town and the sea, where you can enjoy sunbathing and the scenic views.
Guests can park their car at the central parking garage at a discounted price. Traffic in the centre is limited, but the hotel can be reached by car for unloading luggage. There is a minibus driving from the garage to the hotel (Tartini Square) every 15 minutes.
Parking for hotel guests is available at a discounted charge (payable at the hotel reception desk) on the central parking in front of the town centre, though the hotel can be reached by car to check in and unload the luggage. There is a free mini bus / shuttle commuting between the parking and the hotel (Tartini Square) regularly.
Services & facilities
- Pets allowed
- Non-smoking rooms
- 24-hour front desk
- Free WiFi
The Court House dominates the western edge of Tartinijev trg.
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