The city tax is excluded from the cost of the room and must be paid by the customer directly to the hotel at check-out.
On 1 November 2015 the Autonomous Province of Trento introduced a provincial tourist tax, according to the provisions of Provincial Law 8/2002, article 16 bis and deliberation n. 551 on 07th april 2017. The tax is due from all those staying overnight in accommodation situated within the province, for a m aximum of 10 consecutive nights at the same facilities.
The amount of the tax due for this accomodation facility is € 2,00 per person/night.
The following persons are exempt from the tax:
a) Children under the age of 14;
b) Those undergoing treatment at public and accredited private hospitals whichhave agreements with the national health service in the province;
c) Those accompanying patients hospitalised in public and accredited private hospitals which have agreements with the national health service in the province, up to a limit of one accompanying person per patient;
d) Civil defence workers and members of the police, armed forces and fire brigade if they are staying at the accommodation facilities in order to carry out their
e) Applicants for international protection, unaccompanied foreign children and the victims of trafficking temporarily housed at the accommodation facilities;
f) Those staying at the accommodation facilities following measures adopted by the public authorities to deal with emergencies following disasters or events of an extraordinary nature.