This charming hotel is set in a beautiful location right on the seafront in the heart of the enchanting old town of Piran.
The Hotel Piran is in a beautiful location. It overlooks the clear waters of the Adriatic, right on the seafront promenade, with terraces and a jetty for easy access into the sea. To one side are the rolling hills and to the other the terracotta roofs of Piran’s grand houses.
It has been welcoming guests since 1913, but has been recently renovated, its stylish design offering an enticing blend of the contemporary and the traditional.
Its shady seafront terrace is the perfect place to enjoy a freshly-blended fruit smoothie whilst admiring the views, or relishing a good book. Meanwhile the elegant café/restaurant offers delicious local specialities.
The tiny roof-top terrace boasts splendid views of the area and is the perfect place to enjoy the panorama of an evening, accompanied by a romantic drink before dinner. It is popular so don’t forget to pre-book your cocktails!
Transfer & distances
On seafront in heart of old town, 1.5 hours transfer from Trieste, 2 hours from Ljubljana.
89 rooms including 15 suites.
Not all rooms have a sea view, but those which do also have a balcony.
It is only possible to fit an extra bed in the suites.
- Wireless internet access
- En suite bath or shower and WC
- Restaurant with sea view
- Roof top terrace
- Library area
Facilities subject to charge
Piran is the perfect spot for a relaxed summer holiday - spend your days enjoying the beautiful Adriatic coast, swimming in the clear waters and soaking up the sun. Wander the streets of the beautiful medieval town, with its grand Venetian architecture. The ambience is sleepy and it is a fantastic place to while away the hours. Meander through narrow alleys and winding streets, coming upon impressive squares. Take a walk along the old city walls and admire the views over the peninsula, offering a panoramic vista of the coast.
Just a short drive down the coast, is the larger resort of Portoroz, the ‘city of flowers’, which became a favourite of the Habsburg aristocracy, who built the grand Kempinski Palace here in 1910. They came for the therapeutic spa treatments which still attract visitors today. Its palm-lined promenade runs the length of the resort, with its man-made sandy beach. It offers a good standard of hotel accommodation and some excellent restaurants.