Finding an ideal budget friendly hotel in Venice does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hotel Ambassador, a nice option for travelers like you.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Venice, Hotel Ambassador is located a short distance from Scala Contarini del Bovolo (0.1 mi) and Ponte di Rialto (0.3 mi).
Ambassador Tre Rose is a budget friendly hotel offering air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The hotel features a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and currency exchange. Plus, guests can enjoy a lounge, which has made this a popular choice among travelers visiting Venice.
While visiting Venice, you may want to try some lobster at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Ristorante Tintoretto, Trattoria Al Gazzettino, or Ristorante Trattoria Cherubino.
Venice is also home to Museo Storico Militare Di Forte Marghera, a popular military museum that is not too far from Hotel Ambassador.
Hotel Ambassador looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Venice.
The bed was not comfortable! The rooms smells bad! The sink is inside the room! The room itself is very small! The breakfast is on another builing but is nice with different food ! The servise is nice! The location is great!nice stores near the hotel!
We stayed here for a night and found the location to be very convenient. The entrance is not manned at all times and the check in is at a sister hotel 50m away The bathrooms are tiny but have hot water and toiletries provided. Overall, a decent place for a quick stay in Venice
The full name is Ambassador Tre Rose. This is a good hotel very near to the San Marco Square and all its sites, The hotel belongs to a group of hotels on the same street so the breakfast is served in another building but very near by. When I made my online booking the address was given as Sestiere 905 but the street address is Calle dei Fabbri 905. In general these building numbers used in the city are sometimes easier to find than the strett names. The sign hanging out from the wall actually says Hotel Patria Tre Rose so it is easy to miss
We stayed for one night this week. The hotel itself is easy to find pretty much a straight walk from Rialto (we got the orange line aliliaguna from airport to Rialto €15pp and took less than 45 mins). Once we arrived a lovely lady checked us in we had to walk around the corner (literally 20 metres away) to the main hotel to get our key. This took just a few minutes. We went back to the little annexe and went up to our room, the room was small but cosy, bathroom had all the essentials, room is outdated but to be honest nearly all hotels in Venice have that old feel to them by what we have read. The bed was comfy and it was perfect for what we needed. Staff were helpful and polite, helped us arrange an extra tour to the islands. Only downside was breakfast was a bit of a letdown, standard continental @ €8 per person. My husband could only eat a bowl of cereal, the ham and cheese weren't very nice, the croissants were okay, bread was hard. We ended up leaving and going for a bit to eat elsewhere. Overall it was a good experience just the breakfast needs some work.…
This hotel is in a very good location for the price. Literally a few Metres from Marks Square, but be aware you still need to cross canals and steps to reach it from the water bus stops. Using one of the registered porters helps (cost €15 incl one case, and €5 each case after that 2018 price) The breakfast is reasonable at €8 per person and probably hard to beat. The issue people mention re the annex being away from the main hotel confuses me as they are literally 30secs walk apart. Not a problem at all. On the negative side the room was dated, very old furniture and furnishings. The sink was in our sleeping area and the en-suite was a toilet which had a hose fitted and a plastic shower curtain. Not what we expected. This was not a wet room, and toilet rolls had to be removed before using the shower. Also as the hotel is in the narrow shopping streets it got very noisy early morning and late night. It also floods at certain times during the year (as do many others) so if you are less able bodied it may be difficult walking on the platforms provided? Not having stayed anywhere else in Venice I can’t compare to other hotels which may be similar? But despite the reasonable cost for a Venice Hotel a case of buyer beware. …