Ratings based on 10 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.1 Room cleanliness
3.8 Service & staff
3.9 Room comfort
4.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Bath
Lido hotelPosted Oct 19, 2008
good location for restaurants, shops, beach etc. clean hotel and staff are friendly and helpful. Recommended for beach stay near Venice.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Kent
Good choicePosted Aug 14, 2008
Hotel was small, clean and friendly although not directly on the beach. It was a shame there was no bar or place to eat after breakfast. A good thing to watch out for is the booking of airport transfers...the service is offered but needs to be confirmed by email with plently of advance notice.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Oregon
Decent standard, great location, good value overall.Posted Jul 11, 2008
Hotel Marco Polo is a peach sorbet-like affair. This is a 2nd-tier property, 5 mins from room to beach and very own umbrella & lounge set. MP is no US warehouse-like vacation resort. It's quaint, Italian style, but Spartan: 1 terry & 1 cloth towel per guest, reluctantly replaced; extra towels=extra charge; no beach towels; 1 tiny freebie soap, reluctantly replaced; no shampoo, conditioner, lotion. No coffeemaker, no el. kettle, no wi-fi. Small fridge is inefficient, as is AC unit. Breakfast is a stingy buffet with bad coffee. Resort prices in town are norm. People-watching is free :) Venice proper is easily accessible by public transportation even for us West Coast people who have not been on a bus since elementary school. Ignore lack of US amenities. We had the best vacation here. God willing, we'll return.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from North Wales
A great place to stayPosted Nov 5, 2007
We spent an enjoyable 4 nights in the Marco Polo Hotel, we had an excellent welcome and was most impressed with the room, it was large, airy and spotlessly clean as was all of the Hotel. It was only a short walk from the beautiful beach and minutes from excellent restaurants an ideal place to stay. Hoping to spend another 4 nights there next September.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Otley
temporary stopoverPosted Oct 9, 2007
The Hotel Marco Polo is situtated at the posher end of Lido di Jesolo. The management were very helpful allowed us to drop luggage before check-in time. We wanted a stop-over between Croatia and Marco Polo Airport, Venice for 2 nights. The hotel was a gem in a barren desert. Besides the sea - not much to do in Lido, except shop, eat. No parks nearby, just a strip development which extends for 4 miles. Pretty boring in comparison with Venice. Next time might stop at Mogliani, a town on the train route North of Venice. Tranport to Airport - okay from local bus station - its interesting because you can observe the effects of the sea on the landscape - how they are interlocked.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Brighton
Great family beach holidayPosted Sep 7, 2007
Jesolo is a fairly new town and seems to have been built purely as a tourist beach resort, so don't come here for Italian culture and history! But it's great for families - tons of good value restaurants and the usual souvenir shops, lovely sandy beach and clean sea, good for swimming. Felt very safe here. Mainly German not English tourists! Hotel Marco Polo was welcoming and modern, and our room was fairly large and comfortable. The breakfast was acceptable (fruit, toast, cereal, cheese/ham, croissants) but served squash instead of juice, and they seem to have gone for many other cheapy options, which let it down! Also a tiny shower in bathroom! Otherwise a pleasant place to stay. About a 3 to 5 minute walk from the beach - it's not right on the front.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Our Lovely Holiday Started Here....Posted Jul 9, 2007
We felt relaxed as soon as we arrived at the Marco Polo hotel. The warm, friendly welcome we received on arrival continued throughout our 10 night stay and the staff were always friendly, professional and very helpful - whether arranging airport transfers and excursions or advice on local amenities - We were even offered an umbrella when it rained! The hotel has a good location near the beach and to the main Jesolo stretch. A great location to visit nearby Venice, Verona and the Lakes. We found the hotel the perfect base for a quiet, relaxing and very enjoyable holiday.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Ploiesti, Romania
More than just a good place to stayPosted Jun 11, 2007
Close to the sea, close to the bus station for making trip to Venice, right on the main street are just good points only from the location point of view. However, as this is a small hotel (like most of the hotels in Lido di Jesolo) you'll find very nice people to the reception and breakfast room ready to answer your questions. Hotel is having a private parking place. However, there was something that looked odd to me - to get the car in you need support from reception, but when leaving, barrier is autoopening right away.
by A verified traveler from Salt Lake City
Horrible hotelPosted Apr 22, 2007
Where should I start? The rooms are filthy, the beds are hard as a rock. There was pubic hair in the fridge. It advertises air conditioning, but they refused to turn it on and the room was as hot as an oven. They charged my 3 year old 20 euros for two days of breakfast when we were told that she would eat for free when we first checked in. The breakfast was horrible. They served rotten strawberries and stale bread. The coffee was good though. The owner was extremely rude and unwelcoming. The walls are so thin that you can hear your neighbor showering like they were in your bathroom. The rooms are small and smelly. Bring your own pillow or better yet find another hotel near the beach!!!
Recommendedby A verified traveler from aberdeen
okay if youre after a quiet time not much open octoberPosted Nov 6, 2006
hotel location excellent for beach and shops very clean and friendly staff description as of expedia but maybe room could have been a bit larger good value for the money though