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The hotel is located quite a distance from Mestre station. If you are a budget traveller then take a bus or tram ( tram station is a bit away from the central station) otherwise taxi (which I guess should not cost so much)..If you book...More
They try to charge you for free wi fi! Use your room number as the password to access it for free. Shower room floor floods so beware, room was dusty and old, it also got too hot even if you turned the temperature down or...More
We stayed here two nights with extended family taking in three different rooms. While the service of the staff was always polite and efficient, this place needs cleaning!!! Two of the rooms where OK in size, however my sister and I were given a room...More
My husband and I stayed here while visiting Venice. The bus stop to get to the island is right around the corner, so it was fairly convenient. The room was small but clean. The breakfast was good. The decor is pretty interesting- lots of shiny...More
US$66 - US$119 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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We took a cab from Marco Polo which I think was 35 euro or thereabouts. To get to the cruise port from the hotel, we took the tram from the nearby terminal as it was leaving before the bus. There was plenty of room for our... More
We took a cab from Marco Polo which I think was 35 euro or thereabouts. To get to the cruise port from the hotel, we took the tram from the nearby terminal as it was leaving before the bus. There was plenty of room for our luggage and it was quite than the bus. From memory it was about 1.50 euro each. The tram terminates at the Plaza Roma and from the we walked across the road to catch the 'People Mover', a kind of monorail to the port. It can be a bit of a walk to the actual cruise terminal, depending on where your ship is berthed.