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Hotel Ca' di Valle

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Via Fausta 298, 30013, Cavallino-Treporti Italy
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#8 of 17 hotels in Cavallino-Treporti
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The Hotel offers a swimming pool with hydromassage area and its own private beach. A buffet breakfast is served out by the pool.Rooms are air conditioned and feature satellite TV and a private bathroom with hairdryer. Free Wi-Fi is available in all areas. The hotel's restaurant offers international cuisine, with all meals accompanied by a varied salad buffet. You also have a choice of homemade desserts and fine wines from the cellar. Ca' di Valle is 15 minutes' drive from the busy nightlife of Lido di Jesolo. The area is packed with beaches, while Venice is a short bus and ferry ride away. Free parking is provided.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
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Non-smoking hotel
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Andrew G wrote a review Sep 2019
Belfast, United Kingdom1 contribution1 helpful vote
We were visiting Venice for the Biennale and stayed in room 502, which was very nice with a large balcony and views on the sea and pool. The food was lovely and the waiters were very professional. We liked the system of choosing our food preferences a day in advance. The bikes were free to hire and the hotel is easy to get to, with an express bus from the Marco Polo airport to a stop right outside the hotel. The pool was wonderful and we really enjoyed the pool party evening with a special cake. The beach is also nice and the hotel has sun loungers that are free to use. When we arrived, we were disappointed with the room we had been allocated on the second floor, but thankfully the hotel staff were very accommodating and allowed us to upgrade to a nicer room on the top floor, which we were very happy with. It’s easy to travel into Venice from the hotel, with buses going to Punta Sabbioni regularly; the boat from there to Venice is nice and takes about 40mins. There was a fridge in the room but no kettle/tea facilities, but thankfully we had brought a travel kettle so we could drink tea in the room. The bathrobes were very cozy and the bed was really comfortable. The safe in the room was useful. The hotel was quite quiet in September, which we liked as we go to bed early. There is WiFi internet and a flatscreen tv in the room, with CNN but no BBC/Sky news channels for English speakers. In general, we had a lovely stay.
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Date of stay: September 2019
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Michalpaletar wrote a review Sep 2019
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Unacceptable behavior I think of the owner and some staff ať the desk. One day the owner was trying to send all people away around the hotel when was the live music at the bar and next day when nobody wanted to get in after previous experience was dancing and trying to call everyone in. Even some a little girl when she's been dancing with other kids raised up and put out of the area. After was hiding himself afraid of her father reaction.EMBARISING.Very disapointed. Miss Alica with out any explanation raised up the price for a staying, when was proved originaly price by email comunication which agreed both of us she was very upset and angry. She made a mistake and instead of to say sorry me as a customer had to pay an extra costs with no reason. It was about 30e but the situation and Miss Alica was not nice at all. Antonio and staff ať the restaurant very nice. Non english speaking hotel. Missing a fridge in the room which was very small and uncomfortable. Prices for any food and drinks to high. Never again Michal
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Date of stay: August 2019Trip type: Traveled with family
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Thomas H wrote a review Sep 2019
Salzburg, Austria91 contributions54 helpful votes
My wife and I attended the venice film fest but didn't want to pay the venice price so we found this hotel near cavallino. So we combined the trip to the festival with two extra beach-days. The hotel is clean and the stuff is very helpful (you can buy the bus ticket to venice at the reception). Parking is free here and the location is pretty perfect for venice and jesolo.
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Date of stay: September 2019
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LornaF23 wrote a review Aug 2019
Kirriemuir9 contributions9 helpful votes
Perfect hotel for a beach holiday with a couple of days to Venice. Bus to the ferry across the road from hotel - hotel will sell tickets. Hotel has a private area for beach where free sun beds are yours for duration of stay. Breakfast is excellent rooms are all you require. Although we paid for a comfort room which gave us a bit more space
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Date of stay: August 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Room Tip: Pay for comfort room gives you a bit more space
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Response from alice1980, Responsabile reception at Hotel Ca' di Valle
Responded Aug 29, 2019
Dear LornaF23 we would like to thank you very much for your super review about your stay in Hotel Ca' di Valle visiting Venice, the northern Lagoon and the sand beach of Cavallino-Treporti. Yes, in Hotel at reception desk you can buy the tickets for the bus and boat to Venice and all the Islands Murano Burano and Torcello. The tickets for the main attractions of the city of Cavallino and the cities nearby. We hope to see you again soon. Best and Sunny Regards from Cavallino-Treporti Alice Federici HOTEL CA' DI VALLE Fam. Castelli Lorena, Alice, Filippo and Staff
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Cliff21C wrote a review Jul 2019
Hertfordshire, United Kingdom2 contributions4 helpful votes
We, an English family of two adults and two teenagers, holidaying in Hotel Ca' Di Valle for two weeks during July 2019. PROS Hotel Ca' Di Valle is a wonderful hotel, with a beautiful pool that has a lovely kidney shaped design, with one side tending to be quiet, whilst the other side the kids would play. The pool area is really pleasant, with the natural surroundings of flowers, plants, trees and some clever landscaping - even though the hotel is in a street off the beach, it still has a natural and beautiful feeling. We booked a Comfort room and an Economy room, and whilst the Comfort rooms seem to overlook the pool, the Economy room overlooked the street, which could be a little noisy (see more below). However both balconies were lovely, although the seats were a little too low to see over, but this was a minor point. The pool was always clean and a pleasure to swim in. The deepest area was only 1.4 metres, so this is not suitable for Olympians, but perfect for kids and for chilling out. The bar food was good and cocktails by the pool a joy! The included hotel breakfast was always really good as well – a buffet breakfast with cereal, innumerate flavours of croissants, melon, fruit, cheese, ham, breads, two coffee machines and a good selection of jams, plus a number of different types of milk too! It was usually quite busy in morning, but there was always a place to sit out by the pool and have breakfast. Heaven! The restaurant in the evening was not open for very long, but the food was always excellent, with a vegetable buffet included free with the meal, although whilst the menu was varied each day, the daily options were somewhat limited, especially for our Vegetarian children! However, it was very well run, the waiters very pleasant, really friendly, and they all understood a certain amount of English (to various degrees), although this isn’t really an English hotel, and we encountered no native English speakers during our stay. On the subject of staff, local mosquito bites can cause very bad reactions (from which several of us did suffer) and the staff were always really helpful with any issues, local directions to pharmacies/first aid and so forth. I couldn’t fault the helpfulness and friendliness of the staff, although of course Italian cheekiness is present from time-to-time! The hotel is close to beach (about 5-7 minutes’ walk), in a quiet road alongside a few other hotels (Hotel Ca' Di Valle is the hotel closest to the main road) and it was always a pleasant walk. One of the huge benefits of the beach is to be allocated your own two beach beds and umbrella, so there’s no fighting over where to sit! Opening umbrellas can be difficult but persevere! The sandy beach was very pleasant, and the sea was always terrific and warm, shallow for quite a distance, so you have to walk/swim out quite a way to get fully submerged. I didn’t find the tide to be that noticeable. In general, the atmosphere and design of the hotel was really nice - posh but not stuffy, with a flamboyant Italian flavour of chandeliers, Objet d'art, stylish sofas, and a bar downstairs open to the street serving superbly made cocktails, plus the excellent and talent pianist Giulia Vazzoler, who performed several evenings during the week, which we thoroughly enjoyed. And to cap it all, the pool lit up at night is of course really beautiful and relaxing. The rooms were of a reasonable size, cleaned every day and with fresh towels added daily which was great. The rooms were usually quite cool, although there is a built-in air conditioner available as well. CONS Noise from the neighbours! I don’t really know if this is generally the case with hotels (as we haven’t stayed in many) but the walls must be paper thin at Ca Di Valle because we could hear people talking at normal volume next door (not even shouting) and talking late at night you can hear every word. Occasionally, alarms would go off at 6am. Along with this, the flushing of toilets sound like they are pouring in through the ceiling (the pipes must go through the walls) and if you happen to be sandwiched between two rooms (as we were) you can get it from both sides, with toilets flushing on one side, sink squeals, pops and tap groans from the other, plus in our case our own toilet made a dripping noise all night, so we had to keep the toilet door closed (no biggie). The floors are made of some kind of vinyl, and invariably our neighbours upstairs would drag their chairs across the floor late at night or in the early morning, which could be disturbing. Our good night’s sleep usually would occur when people were not there, as thankfully of course people do come and go on holiday! We did ask for quiet rooms, so if these were the quiet ones, we hate to think what the loud rooms are like! Plus with kids running up and down the corridors, sometimes shouting, knocking on each other’s doors and slamming doors, we did have a few frustrating nights of sleep, until things settled down. It’s surprising how many people are not really that conscious of others need for quiet! The lack of a Kettle in the room was irritating, as we couldn’t make tea (I know, were English) which meant that we had to go to the bar for a cuppa, and my daughter (who likes to have her hot water bottle at bedtime no matter what the weather) would have to visit the bar in her Pajamas most evenings, which was a bit embarrassing! The inclusion of a kettle would be a great improvement, but I think the hotel tries to discourage people from making any food in their rooms, which is a bit silly, as you can sneak food in anyway (which we had to do in the end, as we didn’t want to pay local sandwich prices all the time, we just wanted the occasional sandwich on the beach!) Still, it feels a bit weird to be sneaking food in and out again - it makes you feel like you’re being naughty! Also what was missing was a mini-fridge. Buying bottled water from the hotel could be expensive, and whilst the grocer across the road sold bottled water at a reduced price, it would have been nice to have been able to keep the water cold. One of our children switched to drinking tap water throughout the holiday without experiencing any adverse effects, although we found it to taste a little metallic. The room manual was in German and Italian, but there were no English instructions (which was not very encouraging) and this meant that we never quite worked out how to room service (I know, we could have asked, but we never got round to it). A lack of English instructions meant that it remained fairly impenetrable as to how the hotel restaurant actually worked, which seems to obey its own (rather obscure) physics, with Gala nights and first/second courses obeying their own rules, reminding me of author Douglas Adams’ hilarious take on eating at Restaurants. We experienced a rather farcical incident which found us asking ‘can we have this or that’ and the waiter replying ‘no you can’t’ and on two occasions we had to leave go eat elsewhere! Dearest Ca Di Valle, some instructions would really help us poor English! Our passports were kept downstairs for a time, which was a little concerning, as they were pretty much on display in a wall rack behind reception all day long. I’m not sure about the security of that arrangement to be honest! The television in the Comfort room was of a decent size, but there were virtually no English channels that I could find, except for the odd rerun of The Dukes of Hazzard, which was never my favourite show. I guess the TV was showing what we would call the Italian equivalent of Freeview, and although the TV has a USB input, there was no HDMI I could find. I suppose you could plug an Amazon Firestick into the USB input, but I wouldn’t trust the hotel Wi-Fi signal to be strong enough to stream Netflix or suchlike, especially when the hotel is busy. We had the foresight to take one laptop with us, so we could charge all of our devices and powerbanks, plus download movies from Netflix via the hotel Wi-Fi and watch them uninterrupted by the beach or the pool (ahh..heaven!), and of course our kids watched Stranger Things on their phones with towels on their heads! The TV in the Economy room was so small you would need a telescope to watch it. Again, perhaps because we do not holiday much at hotels, but we found the power arrangement to be a little strange, as you are given just a single plastic fob which opens your room door via a slot, and then you put the fob in the wall to power your room. This essentially means that the only way to power your room is to be in it! You can’t leave things on charge whilst you are out, or anything like that. This might explain why there’s no fridge! In any event, this power arrangement, whilst efficient, is more for the benefit of the hotel than the customer. In summary I would give the hotel 5 stars for atmosphere, design, pool, beach and food, 3 stars for the rooms and 1 star for the noise and the lack of some (fairly important?) conveniences.
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Date of stay: July 2019
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Room Tip: 5 stars for atmosphere, design, pool, beach and food, 3 stars for the rooms and 1 star for the noise
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Responded Aug 29, 2019
Thank you lovely Family, you don't know how happy we are to know you and your Family. We thank you very much for your kind words and for your suggestions to improve our services. We hope to see you again Best and Sunny Regards from Cavallino. Venice Italy Alice Federici HOTEL CA' DI VALLE Fam. Castelli Lorena, Alice, Filippo and Staff
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel Ca' di Valle
Which popular attractions are close to Hotel Ca' di Valle?
Nearby attractions include IBISCO (0.1 miles), ROSSO di SERA Vinoteca-Winebar (0.2 miles), and Green Bar (0.6 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Hotel Ca' di Valle?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a pool.
What food & drink options are available at Hotel Ca' di Valle?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Hotel Ca' di Valle?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Hotel Ca' di Valle?
Conveniently located restaurants include Ristorante Al Campiello, Gelateria GustiSonGusti, and Ristorante Pizzeria Fortuna.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Hotel Ca' di Valle?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Are any cleaning services offered at Hotel Ca' di Valle?
Yes, laundry service and self serve laundry are offered to guests.
Are pets allowed at Hotel Ca' di Valle?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Does Hotel Ca' di Valle offer any business services?
Yes, guests have access to meeting rooms and a banquet room during their stay.
Are there any historical sites close to Hotel Ca' di Valle?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Lio Piccolo (2.9 miles), Batteria Vettor Pisani (4.1 miles), and Batteria San Marco (3.2 miles).
Is Hotel Ca' di Valle accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access and reduced mobility rooms. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.