I thought the hotel was fairly priced, rooms were spacious and very clean. The beds are very hard, so if you like a firm mattress... Right outside the hotel, you can catch a bus straight to Piazza Roma in Venice.
We arrived early by train and stored luggage at hotel,turned out baggage completely unsecured . The location was great, quiet. Air conditioned. Next door to grocery. Literally right across street from bus stop that went directly to Venice bus
comes every 15 min or so. At little shop at bus stop u can buy bus tickets for one quarter price than paying directly to driver. Breakfast buffet was good. All u can eat for about 8 euro includes fresh croissant,eggs, bacon, etc etc. we had two teen boys so this was great value. Room spacious and clean. Pullout double bed pretty uncomfortable. Overall great value if you are willing to take 15 - 20 min bus ride to and from Venice
This hotel was a perfect choice. This hotel is great value for your money, because is cheaper than staying in Venice and the hotel itself is very nice. It is located in Mestre, just 8 minutes away from Venice by bus. The bus stop is just in front
of the hotel
We really liked this hotel
Hotel Clean and tidy. Good value but breakfast is a bit of a scramble as they don't put much food out and you might have to fight for the croissants when they arrive. Breakfast is OK but basic - juice, cereal, cold meats, toast, tea/coffee,
scrambled egg - and bacon if you're lucky Staff are mostly friendly. Local Pam supermarket next door good for stocking up with water and snacks for the day out. Not really worth taking a packed lunch though, as you can get a decent slice of pizza in Venice for around 4 euro . For Venice, the hotel sells a return bus ticket for 2.60 Euro (use the 4 or 4L buses that stop right outside the hotel (on the other side of the road - travel time is around 10 minutes). The hotel also sells a round trip (valid 12 hours) bus and waterboat card for about 18 euro which is a decent price and gets you to Venice and back and then gives you free use of the waterboats to get around Venice and also go over to the islands of Lido, Murano, Burano etc. You should 'validate' your travel card by laying it against the machine on the bus, as you could get fined for travelling without doing it (you only have to do this once per card). If travelling by Ryanair via Treviso airport, check the times for the return shuttle bus and don't leave it until the last minute - the buses can get ful, so maybe plan to catch an earlier bus than you'd otherwise need (they run every half hour or so, but check the timetable in the hotel lobby and also watch out because all buses on the timetable don't run on all days - check the 1234567 numbers above the bus time on the timetable to check it runs on the day you need). The bus stop for the return journey to Treviso is on the hotel side of the road about 500m (turn right out of the hotel), in front of the BNL bank (you go past an 'earlier' bus stop which is opposite a bank but don't be fooled, it's not that one!) Hope this helps you - have a nice time.