We stayed in the hotel in September 2011. Overall the property is good. However the location is not in the center of the resort and there were nothing around, exept the hospital with Red Cross and with the refugees from Africa. In September we couldn't find any lunch or breakfast around, because all cafes and restaurants were closed already. That is why I recommend to take HB in the hotel. Dinners and breakfasts were excellent, but too much food at night. There were four dishes at night and all of them in big plates. I would prefer to eat half of their night food at luch time and half - in the everning. The waiters were good, but I always had a sensation that they expect tips for their service every night (probably this is normal for everywhere in Italy). This feeling made our dinners not as comfortable as it could be.
The big room was very clean with the huge balcony and with the great view on Adriatic sea.
Unfortunately there were no international channels on TV for free. If you want to see any channel in other than Italian language, you must pay for it. Because there were no international news on TV we, watched Italian's show and were absolutely not informed of what was going on in the world. There were some papers in German in lobby, but it was only for those who speak German.
One day the wheather was bad and we went to Venice. It was not cheap trip - we took two buses and one boat to get there and the price was around 20 euro per person (round trip).
Overall the holiday was hood. I would go to Jesolo again, but may be will choose the hotel, which is closer to the center.
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