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Our room was fine, but service at reception and at the hotel's sidewalk café were not.
We had a very good breakfast the first morning, but when the waiter brought coffee, we were served espressi, about 1/2” deep. We should have known better and ordered...More
This hotel is centrally situated in a pedestrian street, close to several cafes and restaurants and less than 10 minutes walk from the quayside. Our rooms were fairly small but cosy rather than cramped. They were stylishly furnished in a traditional, unfussy manner. Lighting, air-con...More
My first stay at Hotel Continentale after many stays at the Savoya Excelsior Palace.
Hard to compare as the Savoya is really unique and grand, but:
Continentale is really a perfect splace to stay. Great location in the pedestrian zone in the center.
Excellent service, excellent location, excellent food, in one word "excellent"! 😊
They are at a good location, at walking distance from main locations that you should visit in Trieste.Nice place for family weekend or business trip.
I ❤ Trieste!
The hotel is cozy, with old furniture but nice service (even if the receptionist “upgraded” my room with one that had windows 2m to the next bulding).
Breakfast was average but enough for my 2 nights stay.
Even if it have good ratings, for my...More
We took a taxi to the hotel when we arrived at the train station and I don't remember it being more than 8-9 Euros to the Continentale. Another day when we walked around the main part of the city we walked between them and... More
We took a taxi to the hotel when we arrived at the train station and I don't remember it being more than 8-9 Euros to the Continentale. Another day when we walked around the main part of the city we walked between them and it was easy--not more than 15 minutes and flat along the seafront.
We mainly walked and looked at the architecture of the buildings. The real treat (and right in front of the sea) is the Piazza Unita dItalia