Hotel Duca D Aosta4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
I stayed in this hotel overnight before flying out from Venice. We were given a "free" upgrade to an executive room having booked a classic room with booking.com! Well there was nothing executive about this room - the walls were splotchy yellow upon what was probably white, the TV was rather small, the bed was rock hard same as the pillows. The included breakfast was just adequate. Only good thing was it was 5 min walk to train station and we could go into Venice for only a few Euro each.
Have stayed at this hotel several time. Perfect for visiting Venice. Cost of the room a fraction of those in Venice and only a few euros return by train with station 200M and a twenty minute journey. The noisy restaurant that people have pointed out do excellent Cicchetti ( Italian Tapas) with lots of locals having a pre diner wine. Lot bars and restaurants near by. Never had any of the problems pointed out by other revues ,apart from a little noise from the bar opposite but normally tired and sleep through it
Mosquitos do not bite on the foot through socks and shoes, nor do they cause huge welts - these were bed bugs! Besides, the room was old and worn, the air condition did not work, there was a noisy restaurant below the window, so opening it was not an option either, the shower was dirty and the water turned cold in the middle of the shower, need I go on? No idea how this hotel could be rated a 4-star, 2-star at best. If you can find a room, stay at the Villa Foscarini down the street, that is a pleasant place and also not too far form the train station.
My parents, son and I stayed in the hotel for one night. We had 2 rooms without air conditioning. I was not able to sleep because of the heat and noise due to the bar right in front of the hotel. We could hear the loud music and noise and smell the cigarette smoke from our room on the 1st floor. We requested to be moved but there were no available rooms they said. Towel was a bit dirty. No soap or shampoo in the room. At 4:30 am, a couple started shouting and quarreling in front of the hotel. It can be heard from our room too. The taxi driver they use for airport shuttle or to go to the city does not have meter and charges 10 to 20 euros more. We used a regular taxi on the way back to the hotel to compare prices. Unfortunately, the receptionist called the same driver to drive us to the airport. This time, he charged double the price. I truly hope the management can implement corrective actions.
We got old room , they don't have adapter for charger so if you are from GB or Ireland you will have problem witch charging your device. Breakfast is as usual - nothing special. Staff is speaking very limited English
The Duc d'Aosta is a 4* hotel in Mogliano Veneto. This is a small town a 15 minute train ride from Venice. Get a weekly ticket for only 12 euros. The hotel is only about 200 metres from the station. The rooms(ask for the newer part of the hotel) are clean and updated, though minor maintenance items can be overlooked. Breakfast is included and you can eat as much as you like from a continental selection. The staff speak good English and are all very helpful. We enjoyed our stay here.
Stayed four nights on business. The rooms are clean, large and functional. The staff are friendly and helpful and the breakfast is traditional Italian fayre. If you're staying on business the wifi is fast and free which is unusual in many parts of Italy! The local rail station is a few minutes walk away and then a 15 minute journey into Venice. A lot of bars and resteraunt's nearby made for a very pleasant visit.
I was in this hotel 6 months ago. My friend recommended me but i dont know how he could! The room was very old : uncomfortable bed , old furniture and some hole in the wall. It seemed a room of 7th century! I didnt like .The reception and breakfast area instead were in another building with modern furniture.Just I can recommend this hotel for the good position, 2 minute walking from the station, so its very simple to get the train to Venice ( distance to Venice is 20 minutes more or less). Also Mogliano Veneto is a nice village to visit. In the same square of the hotel there are one restaurant and one pub (our room looks out to square but the room was very silent) . Good breakfast!
Great hotel in the City center, close to several restaurants and small cozy bars. Breakfast was fine, room were large but a bit cold. Also close to Train station that will take you to Venice in 20 minuts, cheaper to stay here and the go spend the day in Venice
5 night stay at this pleasant hotel but as a previous reviewer posted it very much depends on which part of the hotel you are placed. For the money we had a basic but comfortable enough room but in the older part of the building which seems to be an annexe to the main more modern building. No AC meant we wanted to open our windows but the noise from the adjacent bar till 3am (on Fri and Sat) was a little frustrating and they seem to collect bottle bins regularly early in the morning. That said most of the staff were helpful although the owner(at least the gentlemen I took to be the owner from his demeanour and manner with staff) seems to be a man of limited patience as we tried to arrange a car hire and whilst he put us through to a local firm they couldn't help us and he then seemed to lose interest. Breakfasts are very good and the town of Mogliano is an excellent base to visit Venice, Verona and Padua. If you can ask for a room in the new part of the hotel as this is obviously where guests and natives in the know stay. Train station is about a 5 min walk away and a few euros gets you into central Venice (Santa Lucia) station in about 20 mins. All in all though would definitely go back
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62% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 301 reviews