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at Hotel Dei Dragomanni

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... itself was pleasant however there were many ants in the room and the decor was slightly dated. All in all though it is...
... nights and i suggest this hotel, silent and perfectly clean room, good breakfast, comfortable bed and spacious room. The...
... at the hotel so everything is fresh. Now, the positive. The room and bathroom (@least mine) are bigger than expected. Now,...

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SC1991515 wrote a review Jul. 2020
20 contributions5 helpful votes
Location wise was prefect, a few minutes walk from Saint Marks’s. The hotel itself was pleasant however there were many ants in the room and the decor was slightly dated. All in all though it is perfect for the location for a short stay in Venice.
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Stefano Beccio wrote a review Jul. 2020
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Very well located hotel a few steps from San Marco square, I was there with my girlfriend for 2 nights and i suggest this hotel, silent and perfectly clean room, good breakfast, comfortable bed and spacious room. The service was kind and they all help us to enjoy the best from this amazing city. We will be back
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Marina815 wrote a review Feb. 2020
Astoria, New York15 contributions7 helpful votes
First, I’m writing this while still at the hotel so everything is fresh. Now, the positive. The room and bathroom (@least mine) are bigger than expected.
Now, the rest. No one helps you up with your suitcases whether it be walking 20 meters to the doc or up to your room. The street itself is deserted (which I like) but most people won’t. There is absolutely nothing around here. The nearest store is a very convoluted 5-7 minute walk away and the staff gives the wrong directions (meaning they say right when they should’ve said left). My first night out they asked what time I’ll be back. Why? Because they close and then shutter the doors. So no One is at reception? No. You have to ring a bell and someone will come open.
There is no recycling, no polite signs that hotels normally have saying in an effort to conserve water and natural resources they’ll only change the towels if you leave them on the floor. No sense of an care of conserving already, globally scarce water, offsetting any carbon footprints or reducing waste.
There are no robes provided (a 4 star normally has that), the bathroom faucets are old and dilapidated and missing parts. When you turn the water on it takes about 5 seconds for the water to start flowing. I thought they didn’t have any because I turned the handle quite a bit before it started coming out. There is no soap bar provided. Just watered down shower gel. Which was filled up In the bottle labeled shampoo and conditioner. the body lotion smells rather stale. The toilet paper holder is too small for the paper roll so whenever you go to cut off a pieces the roll comes flying off. There are 2 hair dryers. One mounted and one under the sink. The one mounted, which looks new, doesn’t work. The older one does. That’s the one that should be mounted. The mounted magnified mirror does pull, out as much as it should so you still have to leave over the sink to see yourself. Might as well use the main mirror. There’s a towel warming wrack that doesn’t work. And instead of glass cups there are plastic cups....wrapped in plastic bags!!!! And may I remind you, no recycling bins anywhere.
The room was scalding hot in An abnormal 55 degree (Fahrenheit) February yet the heat wasn’t on. They said to just crack open a window. There is only one tiny trash can in the bathroom. None in the room. There is no complimentary tea/coffee machine/water either. No pen and paper should you need any. The tv’s instruction are unintelligible and even if you follow just the icons, it’s not the way the tv works. They sent someone upstairs (Indian guy that I couldn’t understand) and he said you have to press 3 different buttons in this order and to turn it off 2 buttons in this order but to turn it in again 2 buttons in this order. Can’t there be Just one button for on and off? There are no English speaking channels either. BBC is only a voiceover.
THE PILLOWS ARE ROCK HARD. So be prepared to wake up each morning with a headache.
There is no closet but there is an open boudoir. Which has 6 hooks for hangers but only 4 hangers (of the kind that only have the neck of the hanger that you have to aim to slide into the hook that doesn’t come off the bar). So double up on hanging your clothes.
Next, AND THE ABSOLUTE WORST, the doors slam closed. They don’t close gently AT ALL. So good luck there. The room doors are so close together that one door opens while the other closes. AND the walls are PAPER THIN. So good luck there if someone is have a normal voiced conversation next door age be prepared to jump out a window if you have 2 people next door who are horny as toads. I cannot WAIT to get out of here. Lord give me strength to last another 2 nights. I’d be out all night but everything closes early in Venice. How can such an old building have paper thin walls is beyond me. And especially in a city where everything has to be built solidly.
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Date of stay: February 2020
Room Tip: if you must stay here then request the top floor so you don’t hear someone walking above you.
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b1ube11e wrote a review Jan. 2020
wales30 contributions9 helpful votes
Bit difficult to find it but an excellent hotel, for some reason whether because it was my birthday, I got an upgrade to the best suite in the hotel with a balcony and view of the grand canal, could not have been more happy. Breakfast was great, really quiet rooms, great location, would definitely stay again, especially if another upgrade was given!!!!
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Date of stay: February 2019Trip type: Travelled solo
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epytac01 wrote a review Sep. 2019
Edinburgh, United Kingdom67 contributions48 helpful votes
Rooms are usual size for Italy, but finishing touches like plastic cups, no water in room and no pleasant toiletries make this firmly fall into a budget range. With this in mind the price probably doesn't suit and there are many other better options available.

I wouldn't say no, but I certainly wouldn't choose again....
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Date of stay: August 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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