Beware of the beds when booking
Posted Jul 8, 2015 on Hotels
One big issue: I did not realize that if I had the option of twin beds OR a double bed, that would mean that they just push two twin beds together and call it a double bed. I kept falling into the space between the two beds overnight. The beds were also uncomfortable the sheets/comfortable were of poor condition and scratchy.
Otherwise, the hotel service was very great. They changed towels and made the bed daily but did not clean the floors. The air conditioner was difficult to use but once you figure it out it works like a charm. Breakfast in the morning was good but there is no variation from day to day. Basic breakfast with cereal, toast, eggs and bacon, vegetables, fruits, cheese, dairy meat and pastries were served. Refrigerator was nice to have in the room and the balcony was brilliant for the evenings. Unless you are on the top 2 floors you will not really have an ocean view, and even if you do it is from a block away with buildings in front of you.
Honestly, If I had known about the bed situation I would have stayed in a different hotel.
It is a 2 hour trek into Venice from the site of the hotel and about 1 hour from the airport with public transportation. From the airport to hotel: take the 10a bus to the station in Lido Di Jesolo, then the 2 bus towards Cortellazo. To Venice from hotel: requires 2 buses and a water bus to San Marcos Square. The hotel is great at helping you arrange the travel by directing you to a local ticket office.