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I would have paid a lot more than €35 a night for the room that we stayed in. It was clean, cosy and with a small balcony with a view over the Main Street, which was a nice touch. The hotel owner was friendly and...More
The hotel is ok, modest but clean and organized. Make sure that if you add the ride fare to Venice (at least 7.50 euros each way which means 15 euros per day per person) to the room rate, you don't pay the same for a...More
Only noticed on my second night that there were these little things on the bed... BED BUGS!
Yes, you could think its a clean place, or at least clean enough... but bed bugs are no fun. I did not get bit which makes me think...More
We paid quite a bit for our room as we were in Venice during the Film festival, but nevertheless, I was pleased with this hotel. The staff were really friendly and helpful, the room was spotlessly clean, and its location was excellent, on the Lido's...More
If you're looking for a modern, generic or high tech hotel, look elsewhere. But if you enjoy a step back in time to imagine what Venice might have been like in the 1950's, this hotel might be the place for you. The hotel has very...More
$78 - $171 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hi there is a bus from the airport which is in partnership with Ryan air, you can buy the tickets through the Ryan air website or on the plane. The bus drops you off in Venice where you can then get the vaporette to lido... More
Hi there is a bus from the airport which is in partnership with Ryan air, you can buy the tickets through the Ryan air website or on the plane. The bus drops you off in Venice where you can then get the vaporette to lido. You can buy 1/2/3 or seven day passes for the vaporette from the automated ticket sales. They are really easy to use or you can buy them in advance from the website but you still need to put in the code and pick the tickets up from a machine or ticket booth so it's just as easy to get them there. Once you get off the vaporette in Lido the hotel is less than 5 mins walk up the Main Street on your left. Hope this helps.