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All reviewsmestre train stationvisiting venicequiet streetbus stopthe hotel staffminute walklake gardaan ideal locationlovely hotelprivate parkingspoke good englishthree nightsrecommend this hotel to anyonemarco polo airporttakes about minutesdecent sizeair conditioning
What a great hotel! Tremendous value. Rooms very nice, modern and roomy. Breakfast was excellent. Easy walk from train station and buses to Venice easy and cheap. Recommendations (eating and where to go in Venice) by staff were ALL awesome. Purchase of a multi day...More
I did find this hotel to be a real gem, which should be more than a 3-star. The deco is modern yet fits perfectly into what you would call "classic Italian". Our room at the end of the hallway was a junior suite, I believe,...More
There is a reason why hotels in Maestre are much cheaper than Venice. It is in a sketchy neighborhood frequented by prostitutes and drug addicts at night. I left my GPS in the car for two minutes t0 drop my bags in the hotel (around...More
We (a married couple and a female friend, all about 65), stayed in two rooms in this hotel for two nights in mid-May 2013, and were very glad that we did. The rooms were well-appointed and very clean, the beds were comfortable and everything worked...More
1- The hotel is great and the staff is very nice, patient and humble, however, if budget is not that much a problem start looking for the hotel near the main train station (Santa Lucia )
2- The Number 1 place to book a hotel...More
I pre booked a taxi from Marco Polo airport to the hotel.. no hassle, taxi was waiting at arrivals and 20 minutes later arrived at Villa Costanza. Cost €45. Hotel booked a taxi for the return, which was slightly cheaper.
Response from CCristian_71 | Property representative |
no problem for gluten free breakfast, we have a special part for that.
As regards trains to Verona, you can ask at the train station or look into their website trenitalia com