We stayed for 6 nights in late October 2012.
The friendly reception when we arrived was maintained by all staff throughout or visit.
All queries were dealt with in a helpful way eg a blown light bulb was replaced right away and the nearest open pharmacy on a Sunday researched and directions given.
The room was on the second floor which meant a bit of climbing.
The room was excellent - one of the largest I have been given in Italy where hotel rooms always seem small. The bed was very comfortable and the shower/toilet area was fine with a particularly good shower,
The view was nothing special overlooking a restaurant garden area and some residential flats.
There was a TV with hundreds of channels although only one ( channel 69 vintage music) was in English.
Cleaning was daily between 9.30 and 10.30am leaving the room in very good condition.
Breakfast is taken in the breakfast room on the first floor. This was a typical small hotel breakfast with 3 types of cereal and a bowl of peaches ( tinned?)
Two types of sliced bread and a toaster, rolls, various jams, cream cheese, 4 types of cakes, two types of sweet pastry( the orange filled croissants are very nice), a bowl of fresh fruit two types of ham and sundry dried biscuits.
Coffee and tea a brought from reception to the room by staff members, Most days we asked for a second cup and experienced no problems. We said Grazzi ( Thanks) and it was always met with a smile and 'prego' ( no problem).
The no 7 bus to Venice stops right outside the hotel and goes straight to Venice Bus Station. We bought a Venice card which gave us free bus, waterbus, and Vaparetto transport. Buy this online before you go as it is much cheaper than buying it once you arrive.
We used this ticket so much it was great.
A taxi from the Railway station to the hotel cost 14 euro and the way back 10 Euro- Hotel reception told us that 12-14 euro was normal fare.
Nearest supermarket is about 10 minute walk- turn left from reception walk over railway crossing, though small industrial estate take the underpass whuch ends up in supermarket car park. The railway station and Macdonalds loook alike is a few yards further.
There is a really good fish restaurant next door called the Trattoria Dall'Amelia - Have a look at the reviews for that. There is a small cafe opposite that does snacks and a hot food bar in small line of shops nearby- out of entrance turn left and follow road for about 20 yds towards industrial estate. There are no other nearby restaurants but with the no7 bus you can get into Mestre centre or Venice so easily that is no problem.
If we go back to Venice we will stay again at this hotel- You can't get a much better recommendation than that.
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- Hotel Alla Giustizia Province Of Venice/Mestre, Italy