Wellness area for rejuvenating relaxation, a fitness corner, a reading room and a spacious meeting room for corporate events, and other gatherings...

The services available to guests of the Victoria Hotel Letterario include:

Parking / secure garage (€ 15 for 24h)

Wellness area for exclusive use upon request (€ 80 one person, € 100 two people)

Technogym / Fitness Corner

Fully equipped meeting room

Front desk 24 / 7 / 365

Laundry service

Wired broadcasting

Cabled and wi-fi internet

On request:


Babysitting, cot and children’s books in the room

In the rooms:

Sanitizing ozone cleaning

Bar service from 7 to 23

Cabled and wi-fi internet

Individually controlled air-conditioning

40” Satellite flat screen TV



Jacuzzi on request


Adjoining rooms on request

On request:

Wake up call

Bathrobe and slippers



Wellness and Fitness

At the end of a working day, to ease tension and recharge, or as a complement to a romantic getaway.

The healthy caress of water and a steam wrap with fragrant, beneficial essences entices the visitor to the Wellness area.

On the top floor you can enjoy a Finnish sauna, a hammam or Turkish bath, rainforest shower with chromotherapy, a whirlopool and a relaxation area.

An intimate and rejuvenating place just for you, because real luxury is the time you devote to yourself!



Meeting Room

Our meeting room can accommodate up to 30 people theatre-style. The room is equipped with a projector, flipchart, audio / voice system, air conditioning, and stationery.

Coffee breaks or light lunches can be arranged in the lounge downstairs.
Also accessible by wheelchair lift.

For reservations: +39 040 362415 or




In the reading lounge our guests will find a growing selection of essays and literary works by authors living and working in Trieste – that same Trieste that was the cradle of Italo Svevo and Umberto Saba, the adopted home of James Joyce, Richard Burton, Stendhal and Ivo Andrić .

Trieste writers include Vladimir Bartol, Srečko Kosovel and Fulvio Tomizza, and many other authors and great poets who have written in Italian, Slovenian and German. And today they are still writing – there are more than a dozen players in the national and international fields of literature, such as Veit Heinichen and Mauro Covacich, or candidates for the Nobel prize like Boris Pahor and Claudio Magris.