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This is possibly the worst place I have stayed in... and I've stayed in everything from the very top of the range hotels to hostels.
We had opted for this hotel as we had two small children, and previous visits to Venice had taught us...More
My friend and I decided to store our luggages at the hotel while we have a walk around. It costed us 1 euro for each luggage, and we checked in 2. We gave the receptionist 11 euros and expected 9 euros back (2 luggages). Clearly...More
We were there with family members and booked two rooms on Booking.com. This hotel has two buildings one right on the opposite side and there were our rooms. We were not happy with the owner and all the staff members.They were not friendly it was...More
Upon arrival we were not greeted kindly by the front desk staff, very abrupt and unwelcoming. The hotel itself in incredibly dated and could use some major updating. The elevators are questionable in which I am not confident in. The rooms are tires with stains...More
USD 45 - USD 74 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from ScottandJodi | Reviewed this property |
We took Bus 6 from right in front of the Hotel Mondial. You buy your bus ticket at the newsstand (Il Gazettini) down the street and it only costs 1.30 Euro. The buses were packed and we kind of had to muscle our way on with... More
We took Bus 6 from right in front of the Hotel Mondial. You buy your bus ticket at the newsstand (Il Gazettini) down the street and it only costs 1.30 Euro. The buses were packed and we kind of had to muscle our way on with the luggage, but it was a quick ride, probably about 15 minutes. From there you board the people mover train (you have to buy a ticket and pay) that gets you a little closer to the cruise ship port, and from then on you walk, depending on where your cruise ship is docked. There will be people from your cruise line directing you at that point. Have a great trip!
Response from MikeThePedant | Reviewed this property |
We didn't travel from the hotel into Venice itself - but it is close to Mestre station, trains to Venice Santa Lucia take 10 mins, check the Trenitalia website for this. Once there, you need a vaporetto to get to San Marco... More
We didn't travel from the hotel into Venice itself - but it is close to Mestre station, trains to Venice Santa Lucia take 10 mins, check the Trenitalia website for this. Once there, you need a vaporetto to get to San Marco, €7 single or €20 day rover, with night services too. Check ACTV website for those.