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As always an honest review about this hotel and the area.
The hotel is situated towards the end of the island so wouldn't really advise if you don't like walking. It's 20-30 mins to the centre of lido. And then another 20-30 to Venice on...More
The room was charming, but not huge. The bathroom was okay (but there was a mechanical problem with it). The staff that I met was very helpful. The Internet was blazing fast.
It's a little bit of a hike from the ACTZ station - so...More
Night staff were not knowledgeable or helpful enough when we had problems arriving on the ferry late at night. We also weren't told that we would be in an annexe, where some fittings were a little jaded, although very clean. Day staff were very pleasant...More
Very poor. Breakfest ok. Room small. Shower very tiny. Bed very uncomfortable. No blanket only sheet and pilow the worst pilow i ever had. Bed was small and so uncomfortable. double bed they put 2 beds together. Crazzy!!! No restaurant !!!! 2 people on reception...More
Stayed there for 3 nights. The person who greeted us at the reception was less than friendly. There was a mix up concerning our reservation because apparently the rooms we had reserved were in the Viktoria Dependance, which was an annex to the Viktoria Palace...More
US$82 - US$596 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#13 Luxury Hotel in Lido di Venezia
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Response from alwaysawayFlorida | Reviewed this property |
We travelwd by train from Florence. From the train station in Venice we took a water taxi to Lido. It was not expensive and the boatride was lovely. Once in Lido, we went across the street from the pier and took the local... More
We travelwd by train from Florence. From the train station in Venice we took a water taxi to Lido. It was not expensive and the boatride was lovely. Once in Lido, we went across the street from the pier and took the local bus to the hotel. There are cabs available once off the water taxi but the best feature of riding the bus was that we were able to see other neighborhoods in Lido on our way to the hotel. I realize that this sounds complicated but it was remarkably easy for even the member of our group with mobility challenges. Good luck.