Hotels in Trieste
This is Trieste’s hotel—everybody calls it the Duchi; in its present shape, the building has been here since the 1870’s. Harry’s Grill, the hotel restaurant, has a large terrace on the piazza. At teatime in the bar, the waiters, with a little bow, bring drinks on silver trays.
The 15 modern and airy rooms overlook a quiet street on the outskirts of the historic center. Check out the hotel’s vast collection of Trieste-themed novels, including works by native writer Paolo Rumiz.
The recently redone hotel has 142 rooms that mix original Belle Époque accents (plasterwork friezes; Murano glass chandeliers) with contemporary wenge-wood wardrobes.