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We stayed at the Palace Suite (part of the Continentale but a few metres around the corner) for one night enroute to Croatia. Don't let the fact it is not in the same building as the main hotel worry you as the suite we had...More
A 4 star hotel - the lobby under construction.. was not what we expected for a relaxing trip to Italy but what a surprise after telling the manager about our discomfort we were immediately offered a suite at Palace Suite just a few metres from...More
I stay at Continentale every year for at least 3 or 4 days and it is always nice to go back. The rooms are cosy, breakfast great with perfect Italian coffee. The renovation is in course as we speak so it will remain one of...More
This is an extremely well-located hotel. Clean hotel, spacious rooms, nice attached restaurant with a great buffet service. The hotel entrance is located on a no-vehicle lane, while it abuts a busy road. The sea-front is within walking distance. The hotel has functional free wi-fi....More
Hotel is centrally located, clean, convenient with friendly and helpful staff, especially during the evening hours. Although it is located right in the heart of the Trieste, this hotel is calm. The wifi worked perfect, the amenities were very good and cleanliness impeccable. I had...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