This gives you an overview of everything we offer at the Savoia Excelsior Palace for your luxury vacation in Italy.
Classical building and artistic interiors
The Savoia Excelsior Palace has been totally renovated with the interiors and façade restored to the grandeur of the building's original Grand Hotel XIX century architecture, while featuring contemporary conveniences and technology. Inside, the walls have been fitted with a classical plasterwork boiserie, reminiscent of stunning Mitteleuropean interiors.
Our hotel is an historic building designed by the renowned XIX Austrian architect, Ladislaus Fiedler. The Savoia Excelsior Palace first opened in 1912 and was quickly reputed to be "the most imposing and luxurious hotel in the Austro-Hungarian Empire". The façade is decorated with classical sculptures and columns; its wide balconies give you breathtaking views of the Gulf of Trieste and the distant Castello di Miramare.
Rooms and suites
The 142 rooms and suites are decorated in a classical style with a dash of contemporary taste. Sumptuous, elegant fabrics such as leather and silk… Calacatta marble… monogrammed cushions… the greatest care has been taken with the smallest detail. Many have private classical balconies - perfect for your luxury vacation in Italy.
Bar and restaurant
The Savoy restaurant and Le Rive bar are located in the lobby with magnificent views of the Gulf. Le Rive, featuring a majestic shell- shaped ceiling, is one of the city's most prestigious meeting spots. Large panoramic windows provide unparalleled views of the Gulf of Trieste.
A large nineteenth-century pavilion style skylight fills the winter garden with natural light. This area serves as the hotel library.
Meetings and incentives
The conference centre boasts 9 meeting rooms for a total capacity of up to 650 people with a maximum capacity of 320 people in the largest meeting room. The meeting rooms have undergone restoration work on the frescoes, the lighting systems and the boiseries. All Meeting Rooms benefit from natural day light and 6 of them provide a magnificent view of the Gulf of Trieste.