Ratings based on 14 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.2 Room cleanliness
3.5 Service & staff
2.6 Room comfort
2.7 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
Recommendedby CET from New York
Great StayPosted Aug 14, 2013 on Hotels.com
In a great location but hard to find hotel. If you look for street name on map, just ask for that street and you should find it - it's not really a street but more like an alley way with a sign that says 'Hotel'. Workers were amazing, really helpful! No ac in room, only a fan so was a little warm in the room as we stayed in July. Overall fantastic stay.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Excellent value for money and cleanPosted Jun 20, 2013
Pros: location, cleanliness and price
Cons: Would have liked Wifi.
Location: Canneregio area, a few minutes walk from a Vaporetto stop on the Grand Canal. Easy walking (20 minutes) to Piazza San Marco
Clean, excellent value for money hotel in a good location. This is a 2 star hotel so do not expect frills, what you do get is value, cleanliness and air conditioning in a great location. Oh - the towels were fluffy and white! I
for Couplesby A verified traveler
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for Couplesby A verified traveler from Newcastle
Great stayPosted Mar 19, 2013 on Hotels.com
For a 2 star hotel, the cleanliness of the room was fantastic. The crew were very helpful and polite. The location was superb, right on the main street into st marks square, about a 10-15 minute walk through the streets of venice, couldnt have been simpler.
Posted Sep 11, 2012 on Hotels.com
Good location, but very hard to find with no sign or directions and no name on the street. Staff was good, but one was a bit unhelpful and one was helpful, but I had to wake him in the morning at 4 am when he did not wake me. The bathroom, which was shared with several other rooms, was often messy, but that is probably due to the other users.
Just okayPosted Jul 11, 2012 on Hotels.com
Great location, price wasn't terrible. Things we didn't like: hard beds, no internet, no air conditioning and the front desk made us leave the keys when we went out. Leaving the keys made us feel unsafe! Also the front desk closed at 11pm and we weren't allowed in or out after this time so we couldn't stay out late.
Good enoughPosted Jun 24, 2012 on Hotels.com
Great price. No internet or air conditioning however. The website lists internet so we weren't happy with that, but the people that run the hotel are great. I would not suggest staying at this hotel when temperatures are over 22C/72F. There it's no air flow even with windows open and patrons at the restaurant next door can be very loud.
for Everyoneby Rico from Germany
Should be a hostelPosted Jun 23, 2012
Cons: The mattress was worn out and small shower.
Location: Location was right off the main strip and a walking distance from the ferry.
Although air conditioning is stated in the room amenities, there is a 15 euro fee per day usage. Also before you were to depart the hotel to go explore, you would have to give up your hotel key before you left. If you didn't make it back by 1am, who knows what would've happened. The staff was friendly and the cleaning staff did their job. Room was a bit small, including the bathroom cable was included though. Other than that, it wasn't the best stay, but definitely not the worst.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Seattle
OK for Do-It-YourselfersPosted Sep 28, 2011
This is a small hotel signed on the busy Strada Nuovo but with the actual entry halfway up a narrow calle. The neighborhood is somewhat downscale anchored between the bus terminal, train station and Casino. Rooms are small but clean with heat and air. Furnishings include a TV, but English-language programs are difficult to find. A starter breakfast is served. During busy season, some guests will be located across a rio in a separate building with flats. Rooms here are typically bigger but front desk service is only provided in the morning. If you elect (or are assigned) to stay here you will have to carry a big set of 3 keys around to unlock the front gate, door, and your separate apartment. The hotel is close by the original European Jewish ghetto, Ca D'oro, two useful vaporetto stops, and lots of shops and restaurants. The main street outside will lead to the Rialto Bridge as well as to San Marco. If you walk from the rail station to the hotel you will have to cross one bridge; if from the bus depot, two (a big one). If you take the water taxi from the airport, you will still have to walk a little, but depending on where it lets you off, you might escape crossing a bridge. For this, San Marcuola would be your best stop. If hauling your bags up and down bridges is not what you bargained for, you might want to choose another lodging with closer water taxi access (note that these hotels are ususally quite expensive).
Recommendedby A verified traveler
lovely hotel with a reasonable pricePosted Jul 11, 2011 on Hotels.com
I stayed in a room with private bathroom with air-conditioner. I really enjoyed the room. Friendly staff. Excellent services. Very good price with what you are paying for.