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Hotel Tartini
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Reviewed July 30, 2012

What a beautiful country Slovenia is! We travelled widely and took in most of the sights -Bled, Postojina, Llublijana and ended our stay with a few relaxing days in the delightful town of Piran.
Hotel Tartini is perfectly located on the town's main square overlooking a charming harbour. The hotel is spotlessly clean and very comfortable. The staff were friendly, helpful and efficient. Breakfast was served in the bright airy dining room and was very good. Would recommend a visit to Piran and a stay in Hotel Tartini.

  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank pats21
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giuseppetartini, Manager at Hotel Tartini, responded to this reviewResponded August 6, 2012

It is such a pleasure to have comments from well travelled people. Still so few visitors from UK come to explore Slovenia, except for the mountain region maybe. But also here in Istria there are so many possibilities for walking, hikihg among the olive groves and vineyards, not only in July and August, but also later in the Year. Sepember and October are often the most beautiful months of the year. Just tell about Slovenia to everyone!
Andreja Frelih, Hotel manager

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Reviewed July 29, 2012

Piran is a lovely place; Venetian in feel and in the endless warren of winding traffic-free lanes.
Hotel Tartini is in the Piazza in the centre of town next to the harbour. We stayed as part of a hiking tour in July 2012 and had a lovely few days.
Our rooms overlooked the square (worth the price in itself).
Staff and management were helpful & good humoured. Rooms were ok, but smallish and had free wi-fi.
Breakfast was good by any standard and miraculous by central European norms.
The rooftop cocktail bar was a real pleasure at sundown (or before breakfast) - watching the world go by from an eagles eyrie.
Didn't want to leave & we would love to go back to Piran and would unhesitatingly stay at the Hotel Tartini.

Room Tip: All the views are good in Piran. Sea View or Piazza View is probably a personal thing.
  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank BobMac101_10
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giuseppetartini, Manager at Hotel Tartini, responded to this reviewResponded August 6, 2012

Thank you fort your comment. Just a couple of nights definitely is not enough to enjoy Piran, but I guess it was a pure relaxing time after a tour you have made.
Hope you schedule Piran again into your next travel plan
Andreja Frelih, Hotel Tartini

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Reviewed July 25, 2012

Great hotel , with great service in nicest town in Slovenia. Perfect personal, very pleasant. Breakfast was awesome and everything was on 100%. Absolute perfect hotel which I can recomend to all ! All is in historical center and everything is next door.

  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled with family
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Thank Martinko1980
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giuseppetartini, Manager at Hotel Tartini, responded to this reviewResponded August 6, 2012

Thank you very much for your contribution. It is great to have fans like you. Looking forward to your next visit!
Andreja Frelih, Hotel manager

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Reviewed July 19, 2012

Hotel Tartini, a perfect location at loveley Piran. A very nice and warm wellcome and hospitality. The rooms are cozy and clean. We had a room with a balcony and a view to the sea and it was realy nice. A good breakfast was served. The parking issue was not complicated at all . We arrived with a car to Tartini square right next to the entrance of the hotel and unloaded our luggage. From there I drove to the parking outside the old city and took the free bus back to tartini square. (You have to go down to the first floor at the parking and the bus station located 50m from there). We enjoyed staying at Tartini Hotel and will come again

  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank Dror L
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giuseppetartini, Manager at Hotel Tartini, responded to this reviewResponded July 23, 2012

Thank you ver much for your contribution. We appreciate it really. Your description of the parking procedure is just perfect.
Andreja Frelih, hotel Tartini

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Reviewed July 18, 2012

Generally a pleasant and wonderful stay at Hotel Tartini in Piran. Very good hotel, friendly welcome and very friendly staff, great location on Tartinini square. The rooms are simple and without much additional equipment. The breakfast is very simple.Free wireless Internet throughout the hotel, just remember to ask for code! Rooms with sea view was not worth the money, in front of the window there was a massive railing on the terrace so you had to get out on the terrace and lean over the railing to get a glimpse of the sea. Had to park outside the city itself, but it was free shuttle bus every 5 minutes. Was allowed to run in to set and retrieve baggage. The city is not car-free as we thought in advance, there is a lot of cars, unsure of who is allowed to park in the city? A tip: go to church, pay 1 Euro, and go up the steps in the tower. Fantastic views over the city and surrounding area!

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Thank Oddie99
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giuseppetartini, Manager at Hotel Tartini, responded to this reviewResponded July 19, 2012

We appreciate your comment and contribution. The top floor rooms are a bit smaller and do have limited sea / harbour view and your rate was without sea side dupplement. Lower floors have unbarred view to the harbour, also a bit larger balconies where the sitting possiblity and view definitely are added value.
You are absolutely right about the still "overparked" town centre. Parking and access for residents is still not limited howere parking in the centre is more expensive to the one out of the town centre. We would all enjoy the town even more with less cars. But it it a long lastnig process.
Andreja Frelih, Hotel manager

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