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We stayed here in May for 3 nights. We stayed in room 32 which is on the third floor. This was a snug/small room with a king/queen size bed. I would say the mattress was firm but not hard. I enjoy firm mattress though. The...More
Take the speed boat water taxi if the budget suits (80 euros) drops you right outside
The location is good, just off the beaten track
About 10 minutes walk to the busier areas
The breakfast is simple, but there is something for most
This hotel made our trip truly memorable, the staff are extremely helpful, the rooms are beautiful, the breakfast in the morning was always something we looked forward to and the garden is absolute perfection! The location of the hotel is absolutely brilliant, just outside the...More
We made a reservation via Booking.com, 2 months prior to our visit. We arrived there and were told there had been a “black out” and they had been trying to get hold of us, as the hotel was full and they had arranged for us...More
I visited Venice with my family 👪 and stayed inthis hotel for 2 nights. To start with, the hotel is a 20 mins walk from railway station and 15 mins from bus 🚌 station. You can take porter service if you have heavy luggage (...More
Artsy is the defining mood of this neighbourhood with street artists, students, painters, sculptors, restorers, curators, historians, collectors, heirs and heiresses rubbing elbows. Peggy Guggenheim's collection, now a museum, lures chic locals for evening art aperitifs. Traditionalists and visionaries cocoon in bohemian luxury. La Salute basilica buttresses the neighbourhood to the east. Gondolas bob
in the morning light. The Accademia Bridge crosses the Grand Canal. A back street doubles as basketball court. Palaces house residents, or like Ca' Foscari a university, or a museum like Ca’ Rezzonico that attracts Venetians for concerts. Dorsoduro reveals its industrial roots too, in buildings converted to house university departments or exhibitions. Campo Santa Margherita bursts with youthful energy from local students. Foot traffic bustles to and from Piazzale Roma and Santa Lucia train station. Evening commuters pause for an aperitivo. Neighbours exchange confidants in a campo (square) on their way to market.
Response from Villageidoit | Reviewed this property |
The 'airport shuttle' is a bus that takes you from Treviso airport onto the Venice main island. You have to pay, but it's very reasonable (I think about Eur8 - single) and you can buy the tickets just before you board the... More
The 'airport shuttle' is a bus that takes you from Treviso airport onto the Venice main island. You have to pay, but it's very reasonable (I think about Eur8 - single) and you can buy the tickets just before you board the bus. I seem to remember we bought ours from a Ryanair agent while we were in the departure queue in London which saved us having to queue at Treviso.
From where the bus stops (Piazzale Roma), you could walk, or much better if you have luggage, you can take the water bus to San Basilio. From there it's a very short walk to the hotel.
When you get to Piazzale Roma you can buy various types of water bus (Vaporetto) tickets from the ticket kiosks. We bought 3 day passes and as you can use these to go on any waterbus, including the ones that take you out to Lido, Buranno and Muranno, found them good value.
Very easy indeed. You take the Blue line Alilaguna water bus from Marco Polo airport and get off at Zattere. Cost is 15 Euros. There is a ticket office as you approach the boats. It is quite a stroll from the airport... More
Very easy indeed. You take the Blue line Alilaguna water bus from Marco Polo airport and get off at Zattere. Cost is 15 Euros. There is a ticket office as you approach the boats. It is quite a stroll from the airport terminal building and the signage is not too good but you just have to look.
You can walk to the hotel easily from the stop at Zattere as it is flat ground and there is a ramp over the one brideg if you are pulling cases. You have the water on your left and buildings on your right and at the end - just past the supermarket - you turn right - across a square and the hotel is on the right past some small shops.
You can take a vaparetto water bus from Zattere to the next stop San Basilo if you want to and that would only leave about 200 metres to the hotel across the small square and alongside the canal.
It is VERY worthwhile getting the two or three day passes for the vaperettos - hoping on and off is easy and they take you everywhere. It is the easiest way to see the Grand Canal...and the cheapest! Hope this helps?
Response from aleksandrapers | Reviewed this property |
If i was You i would change hotel ,Beacuse This place is awfull. You say please and they dont hear that... so ganora hotell is much Nice and great people that work there:) so san Sebastian garden have rude people that Lie... More
If i was You i would change hotel ,Beacuse This place is awfull. You say please and they dont hear that... so ganora hotell is much Nice and great people that work there:) so san Sebastian garden have rude people that Lie ... so You should find another hotel and the view they dont have ...