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Hotel Tartini
Ranked #2 of 4 Hotels in Piran
Reviewed October 10, 2012

Hotel Tartini is in an excellent position in Piran. The main entrance to the hotel is off a lovely square where there is outdoor seating to the many cafes/bars. The side entrance is straight out onto the harbour. The staff are friendly and speak very good English. The hotel is clean but a little bit of maiinentance wouldn't go amiss. We had a suite of rooms with a lovely roof terrace but unfortunately, when it came round to bathing, niether the bath nor the shower over the bath worked. We were offered another ensuite bedroom but that meant carrying cases up a very steep flight of steps as the lift didn't go to the top floor. As it happened, we had to take a shower in one of those ensuites anyway as our bathing facilities couldn't be repaired. On checkout we were offered a 10 euro discount!
Piran itself is a lovely coastal area of Slovenia but be warned - cars are only permitted to enter through a paying barrier but if you are staying there you get a parking permit for 6 euros for a carpark on the outskirts of the town. You then either walk to your hotel - about 15 mins or take the courtesy bus when it eventually arrives.

  • Stayed: October 2012, traveled as a couple
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giuseppetartini, Manager at Hotel Tartini, responded to this reviewResponded October 11, 2012

Thank you very much for your comment.
We had a hot water supply in your room during your stay for which we apologise. It was a small button defect, but it could not be changed instantly. The solution of taking shower in another room was not the best possible option but the hotel was pretty full and it could not be done otherwise. Everything functions now.
We apologise for the truble,
Andreja Frelih, Hotel Tartini

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Reviewed October 7, 2012

We were at the Tartini for 3 nights and wished we could have stayed longer. When we first checked into room 307, I was surprised by how small it was, and concerned if we would be comfortable there. Once we unpacked and settled in it was amazing how we altered our feelings about the room--it was tight, but the ability to keep our balcony doors open extended the sense of space. There is a huge wardrobe with storage for all our things, and under and over storage for our suitcases. We were glad not to have to live out of the suitcases and get them out of the way. We had a large balcony with 2 chairs. (We do think they need to add a small table, but didn't ask.) The view of the harbor was nice, and sitting on the balcony we could look down on the terrace. The balconies on the 4th floor are smaller than those on the 3rd. Our bathroom was quite large. The room was very clean

Noise was never a problem for us--not from outside and not from other rooms.

We found the breakfasts okay and they seemed to dole out some of the items. The woman who did most of the work in the breakfast room was most obliging when asked to replenish an item.

The outdoor cafe was a delight and staffed by people who really want to make your time with them pleasant. The location right on the square made you a part of the city. There are markets just a couple of blocks away. It was easy to walk the entire town from such a central location.

We thoroughly enjoyed our stay here and were glad we stayed in Piran. It had a different feel at night when the day tourists are gone. Being in the Hotel Tartini made us feel like one of the locals.

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  • Stayed: September 2012, traveled as a couple
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giuseppetartini, Manager at Hotel Tartini, responded to this reviewResponded October 8, 2012

Thanks for your contribution. It's amazing how some guests start to feel being a part of Piran instantly. It always helps of course, if the weather is fine and you can enjoy the whole beauty of the town and the area.
We do know that we have to add small tables on the balconies to enhance the clients' comfort, but we are still trying to find the best combination of the balcony "furniture" to fit.- to be functional, small and nice.
Andreja Frelih, Hotel manager

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Reviewed October 7, 2012

We stayed here for 2 days at the end of a 10 day holiday touring around Slovenia. We drove in to the centre of town dropped our bags at the hotel and then parked the car in a small multi storey located about 1/2 a mile away for the hotel. Piran is a lovely little seaside town with wonderful Venetian buildings and a good choice of restaurants/bars to relax in. We ate in one of the sea front restaurants and were pleasantly surprised at the price. We paid 35 euros for 3 courses and 1/2 a litre of house wine. The hotel was spotlessly clean and the reception staff were really helpful. Breakfast was very nice and the restaurant is very smart and relaxing to eat in. We stayed in one of the rooms that overlooked the square but never had a problem sleeping as the room had double windows to keep the noise out.
Wold definitely stay here again if we ever find ourselves back in lovely little Piran.

Stayed: September 2012, traveled as a couple
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giuseppetartini, Manager at Hotel Tartini, responded to this reviewResponded October 10, 2012

Thank you for your contribution. We do believe that you enjoyed the whole 10 days holiday as much as you did your short stay in Piran. Definitely the town is a real relaxation after a longer tour especially when you are able to catch a little bit of the "mediterannen way" enjoying time in coffee bars and restaurants.
Andreja Frelih, hotel manager

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Reviewed October 5, 2012

I chose the hotel for the location as I had visted Piran last year and I also wanted a sea view.
The room are a mite small but the views, helpfulness of the staff, food for breakfast and the restaurant are great. The view from our room of the harbour and the sea was great. I regret we didn't have time for a coffee up on the rooftop terrace.
I thought the 70's Italian style furniture in our room was interesting, a change from the austere Ikea-like IBIS hotel furniture which I have seen too much of lately.
I wish we could have stayed longer but JAT airlines cancelled a flight and so we had to cut short our stay. The receptionists were also helpful for our journey back to LJU.
Piran is special and the hotel is also and I am pleased to recommend this hotel.

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  • Stayed: October 2012, traveled as a couple
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giuseppetartini, Manager at Hotel Tartini, responded to this reviewResponded October 8, 2012

Thank you for commenting on trip advisor. It was a pity that your short stay in Piran had to be even shortened by a day but we do hope that your continuation of the journey with a night train from Ljubljana went well. It is nice to have people who still find value in the individuality , even if worn out a little bit, rather the the average taste of the masses.
Andreja Frelih, hotel manager

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Reviewed September 24, 2012

Yes its located in the hear of Piran and Svetlana is a great help at the reception.Otherwise is an old budget class hotel which haven't been renovated for many years.
For 60$ more could have stayed at Kampinsky at Portoroze 5 Deluxe.
its lower level of any Ibis or Holiday Inn Express I have stayed before.
Old room with limited lights.We got a large apartment with garden furniture dumped in the living room
Poor bathroom only with what's called Jacuzzi.
Slovenian hotels are one star over rated compared to Germany Austria etc.
this one is a 2 stars level

Stayed: September 2012, traveled as a couple
3  Thank amnobenda
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giuseppetartini, Manager at Hotel Tartini, responded to this reviewResponded September 27, 2012

Thank you very much for your comment and assessment. We value all comments and encourage our clients to do so. We also value when experiences and views are shared with us directly.
Of course you could have stayed at Grand Hotel Kempinski de luxe 5* - however, not for the supplement of 60$. It is an individual choice of budget, pros and cons.
The location is definitely one of our main advantages, and we have a number of regular clients who come just for the suite, to which we have upgraded you for your one night stay.
Andreja Frelih, hotel manager

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Reviewed September 23, 2012

The hotel is an old building, but is clean and in a great central location with good views of the sea and Tartini square. I worried at first about noise from the square, which perhaps could be a problem at some times of the year, but generally the square becomes quite quiet by about 11 pm. I spent 6 nights there without any issues from it. There was some construction nearby that caused some noise and for some reason was started before the sun came up, but that is not the hotel's fault. The staff was very friendly, and the breakfasts were good. There is a nice rooftop terrace that can give you a view of the port and Tartini square.

  • Stayed: September 2012, traveled solo
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giuseppetartini, Manager at Hotel Tartini, responded to this reviewResponded September 24, 2012

Thank you for commenting on Trip Advisor. It is great to know that you enjoyed your stay in Piran, which was some longer then the average one. People would only stay for couple of nights and travel on. We do hope that you visit us again.
Andreja Frelih, hotel manager

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Reviewed September 23, 2012

Nice hotel well located on the main square of Piran that is very quiet at night. The room was large and the bed as well ! Services are excellent and the staff is welcoming (many languages spoken).
But the building is overdated in many ways : the window didn't shut down, the water in the shower was cold and an important noise resounds in the waterpipes when the neighbor use the sink !
Whatever it is a nice place to stay when visiting Piran.

  • Stayed: September 2012, traveled on business
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giuseppetartini, Manager at Hotel Tartini, responded to this reviewResponded September 24, 2012

Thank you very much for the comment. September is always a pleasant time to stay in Piran, not too crowded, not too loud.
As fot the shower, the taps have regulators to set temperarture, we would have explained to your.
Andreja Frelih, Hotel manager

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Address: Tartinijev trg 15, Piran 6330, Slovenia
Location: Slovenia > Slovenian Littoral Region > Slovenian Istria > Piran
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Restaurant Wheelchair access
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Ranked #2 of 4 Hotels in Piran
Price Range: $75 - $185 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — Hotel Tartini 3*
Number of rooms: 43
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Hotel Tartini is a superbly located 3*hotel in the centre of Piran, directly on Tartini Square, overlooking the town cathedral of St. George, the town wall and the small harbour called "mandrač". Rooms are either facing the square ot the harbour (with balconies in those overlooking the harbour). Singles, doubles, twins and a couple of family rooms available. Clients love the terraces, from where one can enjoy the views of Piran and the Piran bay for hours. During the summer months, a coctail and wine bar is open on the roof-terrace for hotel clients and visitors. Definitely one of the most beautiful spots in Piran.Since parking is always a topic in Piran, hotel offers significant discount for the parking in the central garage in front of the town centre. There is a free mini bus commuting between the parking and the Tartini Square regularly. And still, clients can enter the town centre with the car to unload the luggage and then park safely in the garage. ... more   less 
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