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“Exceptionally helpful staff in a clean and pretty hotel”
4 of 5 bubbles Review of Hotel Milton

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Hotel Milton
Ranked #15 of 252 Hotels in Jesolo
Certificate of Excellence
Cambridge, United Kingdom
Level Contributor
52 reviews
6 hotel reviews
common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 22 helpful votes
“Exceptionally helpful staff in a clean and pretty hotel”
Reviewed September 14, 2013

We (parents with 3 adult children in 2 rooms) stayed for a week booked through Thomson. We'd agree with many of the comments from previous reviews and enjoyed our stay. Summary comments

Plus points:
1. All the staff were very friendly and helpful. We needed help recovering a lost bag and also to get a boarding pass printed for a friend and both were dealt with expertly, fast and enthusiastically. The staff are quite a small team and appear in different roles through the day and by the end of the week we felt part of the family
2. Cleanliness. The hotel (and the resort) are immaculate
3. Location. The hotel is at the quieter end of Lido de Jesolo, but there are many good restaurants nearby. The waterpark (Aqualandia) is 5 mins walk away and is a good day out. The beach is also less than 5 mins walk away, is lovely, and the hotel has reserved sun beds and umbrellas there (free). You can also catch a bus from close to the hotel that takes you to a boat to Venice. Cost for a ticket for the bus, the boat and the water buses in Venice is €23.50

Minus points
1. Food. The food in the restaurant was a little disappointing in comparison to some of the excellent restaurants nearby. Breakfast was a standard hotel buffet, but could have been improved with a bit of variety day to day and fresh (rather than tinned) fruit. The evening meal, usually pre-ordered the night before, supported by soup and pasta was OK sometimes, but a little disappointing on others. My daughter is vegetarian and on a couple of nights there was very little choice for her
2. Pool. The pool itself is lovely, but the one day (Sunday) when we tried to relax by it, we found the sun loungers very uncomfortable and a lot of noise from the road that runs behind the hotel. It's possible that our timing was poor. If you just want to play in the pool and splash about it's great.
3. WIFI. This is something of a mystery. My son and I were both using smart phones and both had problems re-logging on to the WIFI. We think that for some reason our phones were not logging off properly when we left the hotel, and then were not able to get back on line when we got back. The answer that my son found was to leave his phone on all the time, logged on and at the hotel.

Although I've listed 3 plus and 3 minus points, our overall experience was positive and we would recommend the hotel to others. Special mention has to be made of the excellent team who run the hotel and look after the guests like family

Room Tip: Our room, 208, was near the back, quiet, and got great afternoon sun. The children's (triple roo...
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  • Stayed September 2013, traveled with family
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Biddulph, England, United Kingdom
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7 hotel reviews
common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 22 helpful votes
Reviewed September 13, 2013

This Hotel is family run and very good at that ,son Davide turns his hand to everything.Area around the swimming pool is lovely.Everywhere you look there are flowers , the staff can not do enough for you,one in particular is a bit of a comedian (sorry forgot his name).Rooms though not as big as perhaps in some other hotels are quite quirky. The food is alright but not as good as some of the Hotels we have stayed in when in Italy. Location of this hotel is good just 2 minutes from the beach, and close to all bus stops.

Room Tip: Rooms on the front are likely to get more noise than on the side.
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  • Stayed September 2013, traveled as a couple
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16 hotel reviews
common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 63 helpful votes
Reviewed September 9, 2013 via mobile

Just returned from a week at the Milton (booked through Thompsons) and we really enjoyed our stay at this hotel. The hotel staff can't do enough for you and are always polite and friendly. The hotel is only a short walk from the beach and has a small but beautiful pool area - getting a sunbed was not an issue! We took advantage of the Thompson Venice "day and night" trip which we loved and was a great introduction to Venice for those that have never been before. The hotel offers the ability for guests to put all their drinks etc on a tab to be settled up at the end of your stay and if paid in cash the hotel gives a nice 15% discount. There is however one area that prevents the hotel from getting an excellent review....the food! The hotel operates a system where you chose what you want to eat the night before (not an issue) - but the quality of some of the food was so poor it was more like a school canteen than a top hotel. We chose to eat out on a couple of occasions and the difference in quality was very evident. That aside I would recommend this hotel to anyone who likes, small, intimate and friendly places to stay.

Stayed September 2013, traveled as a couple
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Southampton, United Kingdom
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25 hotel reviews
common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 41 helpful votes
Reviewed September 3, 2013 via mobile

Best looking hotel in the street rooms were very tidy and clean the staff were amazing, half board option was a delight 5 course evening meal and more if you want it .bus at the rear of the hotel takes you to the port where you can catch a ferry right into Venice Itself .worth taking photos on the way.the hotel has a private part of the beach with silky soft sand its on tge nain street but no problens The bar overlooks this and tge odd bit of street entertainment .well worth a visit and trips to venice .Cortina and the dolomites and Lake Garda are a must very happy with the Hotel and area

  • Stayed August 2013
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UK
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Reviewed August 24, 2013

We have just returned from a week in this hotel with our granddaughter. (16th to 23rd August 2013). The hotel décor is Italian and quirky and everywhere is spotlessly clean and comfortable.
The food is good hotel food and as one would expect is not a la carte.
Without a doubt the staff are the jewel in the crown they make the hotel and the holiday. From Chambermaid to night watchman to restaurant and Bar staff to managers all are extremely friendly and go the extra mile to be helpful and to make your stay as comfortable as possible. All this is done with a genuine smile and nothing is too much trouble.
We arrived for breakfast yesterday, before the dining room had opened due to our flights being early. The restaurant was opened up early with a smile and everything was ready and all breakfast was available to us. Our granddaughter appreciated the free Wi Fi. All our queries were answered in English and with a genuine smile. A great holiday has been had by all and I would recommend this hotel to friends and family and would consider returning (we don't usually do that).

Room Tip: Not on the front as faces onto a busy road
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  • Stayed August 2013, traveled with family
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Rugby, United Kingdom
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24 reviews
9 hotel reviews
common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 15 helpful votes
Reviewed August 20, 2013

Just got back after a week at the Milton. We went to Jesolo specifically to get to Venice quickly, the resort is not somewhere we would usually go on holiday. Depending on what you want from a holiday there are good and not so good elements to Jesolo. All the hotels are next to two main roads although at night these are closed to traffic. It is very busy, full of bars restaurants shops and amusement arcades. A lot of Italian families come here during August and there are baby buggies every where. If you have small children it is ideal.
Once inside the hotel however it is beautiful, peaceful and calm. It is a family run hotel and the staff are lovely and work very very hard. Roberto and David pop up every where all day and don't seem to rest much! Our room was small but immaculately clean with all that you need. We bought our 21yr old daughter with us who had a lovely single room next to us, The rooms had fans and air conditioning and a fridge. All essential.
The food is adequate, plenty of it ,the starters and deserts lovely. Drinks typical hotel prices and to be expected. If you've got to pay it anyway its a lovely place to sit in the Milton bar area at night and watch the people taking photos of the hotel.
I would highly recommend this hotel if you want something more traditional and quiet and as a base for Venice. The bus stop is a few minutes walk behind the hotel and the trip is easy for 20 euro.
Venice itself is an acquired taste . I had a romantic view of it before I went. It is more modern than I expected with designer shops and an irish bar! The price of everything is extortionate. It is very busy unless you walk back a long way. You will spend a lot of time (certainly this time of year) being pushed along in a crowd of people. It was 36 degrees when we went , try and go when its cooler for a more positive experience.

Room Tip: The rooms at the front are bigger with views of the night life. We were at the side next to a noisy...
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  • Stayed August 2013, traveled with family
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London, United Kingdom
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Reviewed August 3, 2013

A four star hotel at two star price- the value (we booked through Thomson) was absolutely sensational.

The staff are absolutely top class- always there with a smile and ready to answer questions or bring your party a round of drinks at the pool- and speak excellent English to boot. We did not quite manage to get to the bottom of the arrangement whereby the bar is a separate business to the hotel- but it hardly matters as essentially the only hindrance it causes is in not being able to bring drinks into the dining room- where you can buy more anyway.

The cleanliness of the place generally was brilliant- you would be hard pressed to find a spot of litter either in the hotel or in the surrounding area. The pool is lovely and tranquil with plants, an astro-turf riased area for added privacy, and an interesting fusion of styles from Italian to Asian. It is not a pool that it is easy to do lengths in, if that is your scene- both due to the shape of the pool and the near constant ball games of guests.

The beach was not our scene, but it is nevertheless a facility that is available and beds were always free- the only annoyance being the relentless beach sellers- which are hardly the fault of the hotel.

It is therefore a shame despite all of this that small things let it down. The food is acceptable. That is the word one would use: brilliant for the price we paid, and perfectly edible and plentiful, but as four star hotels go it's not going to blow your socks off.

The main two gripes really fall in the form of such minor and easily solvable features as the Wifi and toiletries. In the case of the former, a feature one has come to expect in the modern day- the service is singularly frustrating and temperamental- despite having routers on every floor there is near enough no place you can constantly rely on it to be working, with myself often found crouched in a discovered pocket of connectivity on a stairwell. Even when you do find one such spot it is very slow. There is a sort of cupboard on the ground floor with a laptop connected via Ethernet cable but I was somewhat too proud! In the case of the latter- toiletries, the hotel could again so easily solve this, with one single tiny sachet of shower gel in supply- with an often comical scene after the first two days of getting in and out out of the shower to wash with the abundant hand soap. Neither of these are major problems that take away from an incredibly high value and relaxing establishment - but nevertheless prevent a 5 star rating

  • Stayed July 2013, traveled with family
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Property: Hotel Milton
Address: Via Giuseppe Verdi 80, 30016, Jesolo, Italy
Location: Italy > Veneto > Province of Venice > Jesolo
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Restaurant Swimming Pool
Hotel Style:
#7 Luxury Hotel in Jesolo
#9 Romantic Hotel in Jesolo
Hotel Class:4 star — Hotel Milton 4*
Number of rooms: 47
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