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Hi, We stayed at this hotel in November 2012 and I am making this review having recently spoken to others who suffered the same experience.
We arrived and were allocated a dirty room in an annexe. The heating was uncontrollable, the bedding was grubby and...More
We stayed at Hotel Venezia for four nights.The hotel was very clean nad cozy.The room was a bit small but very nice. All the staff members were friendly and helpful with all our questions. .Breakfast was delicious! the place is overall very nice and good...More
This hotel was booked for us as part of a package before going on a cruise. It wasn't too bad, stayed in worse. Rather gaudy, we were only there for one night, it was handy for the shops and restaurants. I agree the towels were...More
My husband and I stayed here in October after looking for some last minute accommodation in Venice. Walking into this place is like stepping back in time, a novelty at first until you realise the amenities and room look like they were not upgraded since...More
I ended up booking this hotel not out of choice but out of availability and location. I arrived in Venice on Nov 1st (a public holiday) so I wasn't having much luck a booking prior to this. On arrival I was disappointed, the decor is...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.