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All reviewsrooms are smallthe buscold buffetnice hotelgave us a maplocation is greatprivate parkingstaff on receptionwould stay here againeasy access to venicepublic transportstayed here for nightspleasant staythe hotel receptioncroissantsvisit veniceacross the road
We stayed here for 3 nights for our trip to Venice, Staying in Mestre is much cheaper then staying in Venice itself, 2.60euro per person and bus takes you straight there and back. The hotel itself is beautiful upon entrance same with dining room, Breakfast...More
Just spent 5 days at the Venezia. Our 5th stay there over 25 years. It was a mixed business, pleasure trip. We did have some "technological" issues. WIFI was glitchy in the room on the 6th floor, and one day the elevator had problems. But...More
It was our last hotel in italy. We came to hotel on car, and we were surprised when the staff did not get the money for 2 day parking. The hotel makes you feel that you are in venezia... The room very clean and comfortable...More
Very convenient as it's walking distance with Mestre train station. You can buy train tickets from the receptionist. Excellent breakfast buffet with lots of choices. Comfortable & beautifully decorated rooms with FREE Wi-Fi. It is also surrounded by excellent food options with cafe's, restaurants and...More
Micro small rooms (with micro bathrooms to match). My bathroom even had the bidet in the shower as that was the only space available. Thin walls and the upper floor rooms has air conditioning that couldn't deal with the heat. The breakfast was mediocre, and...More
We took a cab from Marco Polo which I think was 35 euro or thereabouts. To get to the cruise port from the hotel, we took the tram from the nearby terminal as it was leaving before the bus. There was plenty of room for our... More
We took a cab from Marco Polo which I think was 35 euro or thereabouts. To get to the cruise port from the hotel, we took the tram from the nearby terminal as it was leaving before the bus. There was plenty of room for our luggage and it was quite than the bus. From memory it was about 1.50 euro each. The tram terminates at the Plaza Roma and from the we walked across the road to catch the 'People Mover', a kind of monorail to the port. It can be a bit of a walk to the actual cruise terminal, depending on where your ship is berthed.