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Evocative of an Italian Riviera Classic Nestled in a private bay on the Gulf of Trieste, explore an exclusive new build that has absorbed a rich maritime tradition. Part of chic Portopiccolo, Falisia is an integral part of this elite marina village and relaxation extends to the hotel's wellness center as well as the amazing Portopiccolo Spa by Bakel. The resort enjoys a privileged beach club and marina-front location, with easy access to nearby Venice, but also Germany, Austria and Slovenia, inviting guests to explore the remarkable Adriatic coastline by land and sea. A unique setting near Grado's beautiful lagoons, and the seasonal colors of the Rilke trail. Let us be your guide to the romantic Adriatic coast.
All reviews beach club sea view high quality day trip modern design long weekend cake enjoyed every minute breakfast was excellent my opinion you'd expect aqua di parma few years public beach special thanks stayed for nights amazing hotel
At the end of November, during our vacation, we stopped
in the hotel Falisia, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, Portopiccolo.
Lovely hotel in a wonderful location. Clean and comfortable room. Very professional, polite and friendly staff, excellent service ...
The waiters, the bartenders are...More
Great hotel located at the heart of Portopiccolo marina. Excellent customer service, large spacious rooms and delicious breakfast. As SPG platinum members we were upgraded to executive suite with bedroom, separate living room and huge terrace.
There is a small spa at the hotel (...More
Did a short stay. The resort grounds are just beautiful, and the staff were so inviting.
A short distance away from Trieste but a nice hideaway to escape the bustle of the city.
The suite was very well appointed with top quality furnishings and breakfast...More
Stayed one night, just into the 'off' season. The hotel is nicely done, very well appointed and has all the amenities you'd expect of a '5 star' resort. The location is kind of unique as it's a bit of a 'planned community' which isn't that...More
We stayed for 4 nights in this fantastic hotel. Through Marriott/SPG the 4th night is free. The food at breakfast and dinner is outstanding...we used room service and it was perfect for us. The housekeeping is especially thorough...our housekeeper, Deborah was a perfectionist. Her manager,...More
Date of stay: October 2018
Response from Sales C, Sales Coordinator at Falisia, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, PortopiccoloResponded 27 October 2018
Thanks a lot for your feedback. We are looking forward having you back at Portopiccolo.
Response from E5847EFmichaelm | Reviewed this property |
No 😡 The hotel was great. We are also platinum with both flags but it did not include transportation they just call cabs which are prompt. The hotel is remote, part of its charm. Cabs are really it unless you rent. If... More
No 😡 The hotel was great. We are also platinum with both flags but it did not include transportation they just call cabs which are prompt. The hotel is remote, part of its charm. Cabs are really it unless you rent. If you do avoid Hertz Trieste they were horrible can’t speak to the airport Hertz but I would go Avis or Sixt or Eurocar. They don’t explain on line but they have a drop box so it’s 24 /7 in Trieste & conveniently near old downtown Trieste. The Concierge “Valentina”staff at Hotel “Falisia” were tremendous with everything else! Upside of rental, go see Grado! About an hour by car, it’s amazing. Fraska restaurant in Colorado does a guide of the town with outstanding restaurant options. Good luck.
Response from miriambianca | Reviewed this property |
Hi, you have to get to Trieste, but bc of the unclear gps directions. Ask the hotel for the best way to get there. Maybe fly into Trieste and the arrange a transfer with the hotel. My experience was an anomaly and the staff... More
Hi, you have to get to Trieste, but bc of the unclear gps directions. Ask the hotel for the best way to get there. Maybe fly into Trieste and the arrange a transfer with the hotel. My experience was an anomaly and the staff is really amazing. They need to get a google star , so we can pin point the hotel and don’t get lost. But I went a year ago, it might be better now.