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Hotel Piran
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Reviewed 12 August 2011

My friend and I stayed in Hotel Piran for only one night but one night was really enough. Hotel Piran was probably a really cool updated place back in the late 70s or early 80s but now it looks and feels a little dated. The owners need to invest some money into painting the rooms, doors, breakfast room, and exterior in order to bring it up to date. The hotel staff was nice and it was not an awful place, but just a hotel that I would not want to revisit. The only thing really going for the hotel is the location on the water. You can sit on the balcony, where the paint is chipping off the white painted wrought iron, and watch the sun set which is nice. The whole time I was at the hotel I kept thinking about what I would do to fix it up if I were the owner, since it could be restored if enough money was pumped into it.
Regarding Piran:, it is a nice place but a bit slow. I had visited Piran once before about twenty five years ago and it is about the same now as it was then. The town is pretty and you can easily tell that it was an outpost of the Venetian empire because much of the architecture reminds you of Venice. It is rather small and you can easily walk around the whole place in an afternnoon and see about all there is to see. I have been at many towns along the Italian and French coasts and most are filled with quaint shops and stores but if you like shopping Piran does not have much to offer. There are a few good restaurants though.
Lastly if you arrive by car in Piran you have to park in a parking garage at the top of the hill before you drive down to Piran. You can then take an elevator to the bottom level of the garage and walk about 100 ft to a parking lot that has a bus stand. The buses will take you into the old town for free, you could always walk to the old town unless you have a lot of luggage to pull/carry. My impression of Hotel Piran and Piran.. the hotel needs to be 'restored' and Piran is okay, but I have now seen it twice and probably won't be back.

  • Stayed: May 2011, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 11 August 2011

We just returned from a European vacation with family - two small kids and extended family members. Had visited Piran previously but had not stayed before. The rooms were nice - with two kids we had a suite which was great - very spacious and this was the kids favorite hotel of the 5 we stayed in. Balcony overlooking the Adriatic which was amazing but the noise level at night was ridiculous. I don't know if it's just the time of year we went or what but it started with loud club dance music at about 6pm-10pm when the live band started up. The first night they played until 2:20am. The hotel overall was nice, clean, decent breakfast, comfortable beds.

  • Stayed: August 2011, travelled with family
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Reviewed 1 August 2011

After an initial debate on our booking, the agency hadn't forwarded on our revised dates. We were allocated standard rooms for the night before moving up to superior rooms, ( worth the extra euros). The hotel has been updated and is comfortable, with lovely sea views. Unfortunately, the bar on the corner had very loud live music every night until after
1 am, with nothing the hotel could do about it only apologise.

  • Stayed: July 2011, travelled with family
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Reviewed 29 July 2011

Highly recommend - Piran is a lovely seaside town maintaining lots of its historic features. More for the quiet traveller rather than if you are looking for exciting night life etc.
A great place to get away from it all. The hotel was very pleasant with great views at breakfast! Could be a little noisy on the street side but that is the price of narrow side streets I suppose. Food was great and the hot chocolates are bizarre but highly recommended if you like chocolate!

Room Tip: On the sea side
  • Stayed: May 2011, travelled as a couple
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Thank CMandMB546
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Reviewed 15 July 2011

Piran is a fantastic location for chilled holiday. The whole place is beautiful & largley unspoilt with just enough to do if you get bored with relaxing. Its also because of its location a great place to visit other interresting places such as Venice, Trieste, Ljubljana & the Croatian Istrian peninsular.

The Hotel Piran is is also in a fantastic position with one side of the holel overlooking the Adriatic, get a room on this side with a balcony if you can. If they are not available book one on the street side but ask for a high floor. The high floor gives great views over Piran & is high enough to reduce the noise coming from the street below.

The staff in the Hotel Piran are all friendly & helpful as well as being multi lingual. The hotel itself is clean & the food is good.

This is the second time I have styed in the Hotel Piran & it will not be my last. Highly recommended.

Room Tip: Choose the sea side rooms or a high floor street side.
  • Stayed: July 2011, travelled as a couple
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