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The Centrale Hotel enjoys a position which is close to the beautiful location of Venice, making it a perfect place to base yourself during a short break in Venice.
You will find The Centrale Hotel in the heart of Mestre's old town, just a stone's throw from Venice, guests can easily reach Venice thanks to public buses which pass by the hotel every 10 minutes. The Centrale Hotel is well connected to the public transport network, with the Maestre railway station just 1km from the hotel, and the Marco Polo airport also just 15km away.
All of the 100 rooms at Hotel Centrale are designed with your comfortable short break in mind. Each of the rooms feature air conditioning, heating, private bathroom with bath or shower, satellite TV, safe, hairdryer and a telephone. Wi-Fi internet access is also available.
For a great place to relax and unwind after a day of sightseeing, the hotel also has a bar where guests can enjoy a quiet drink. Chargeable car parking facilities are available nearby.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Rooms Number: 100
- Lift to all Floors
- Multilingual Staff
- Internet Access
- Free: Yes
- Distance: Free on street parking outside the hotel and certain areas surrounding the hotel
- Laundry Free: No
- Name: Railway Station
- Distance: 800 metres
- Cots/Cribs Free: Yes
- Baby Sitting
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
- Types: Pets accepted on request with hotel
- Cost: 0.00 per night
- Nearest Rail Name: Railway Station Distance: 800 metres
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SuperBreak Customer Rating
- Overall: SuperBreak Overall Rating: 2.0 out of 5 based on 1 review
- Sleep: SuperBreak Sleep Rating: 4.0 out of 5
- Breakfast: SuperBreak Breakfast Rating: 2.0 out of 5
- Staff: SuperBreak Staff Rating: 4.0 out of 5
- Location: SuperBreak Location Rating: 5.0 out of 5
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 949 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Centrale Hotel Mestre
Stay Date: 15/03/2016, a customer aged 45-64 who stayed in this hotel wrote this review.
The Centrale Hotel is not up to the usual high standards expected from SuperBreak! The rooms were very basic, very old-fashioned with hairy blankets and no duvets! The breakfast was below the standard we have experienced in other hotels used in previ… See more
The Centrale Hotel is not up to the usual high standards expected from SuperBreak! The rooms were very basic, very old-fashioned with hairy blankets and no duvets! The breakfast was below the standard we have experienced in other hotels used in previous SuperBreak holidays. The Centrale is also located in the middle of shops and offices on a very busy through road. There was building works going on outside the hotel and work started very early. For visiting Venice it is not ideal but appreciate the costs of staying on Venice island itself will be considerably more expensive. Would not use this hotel again. Collapse
Overall Hotel Rating: 2 out of 5
- Destination: 5 out of 5
- Sleep: 4 out of 5
- Breakfast: 2 out of 5
- Staff: 4 out of 5
- St Mark's Basilica: 5 out of 5
- The Doge's Palace: 5 out of 5
- Three Island Tour: 4 out of 5
It is what it is
Stay Date: 02/2018, xclyrox wrote this review.
3 star hotel so got what expected. Basic hotel which offered what was needed, a base to explore from. Good location just next to bus stop, catch number 7 to Venice, takes about 15 mins which was ideal. Also close to some nice bars and restaurants whi… See more
3 star hotel so got what expected. Basic hotel which offered what was needed, a base to explore from. Good location just next to bus stop, catch number 7 to Venice, takes about 15 mins which was ideal. Also close to some nice bars and restaurants which were much more reasonably priced then in Venice itself. I would however suggest caution when leaving any valuables, as my husbands watch went missing from inside his suitcase. Looked everywhere around the room but no luck. There was a safe but there was no instructions on its use. Realise it is a risk you take when things are left In room. :/ Advised hotel staff on departure, also as expected there was nothing they could do. Few words of advice, I would recommend taking your own hair dryer if staying as the one supplied is awful and you would be there all night also, asked for an iron and was advised they didn’t have any. Collapse
Stay Date: 02/2018, Yoram L wrote this review.
It has a great location. Just across the street bus station that can take you to Venice. It is 5 min walk to Mestre center and 10 min walk to the airport bus. The room is very simple but bed is comfortable and there is a small refrigerator in the roo… See more
It has a great location. Just across the street bus station that can take you to Venice. It is 5 min walk to Mestre center and 10 min walk to the airport bus. The room is very simple but bed is comfortable and there is a small refrigerator in the room. The shower space is very tiny. Our room included breakfast which was quite good. The TV has only channels in Italian language except cnn which is on channel 999. All together it was a good stay at a reasonable cost Collapse
Stay Date: 02/2018, Jo C wrote this review.
We stayed here through a Wowcher offer. Very easy hotel to locate from the train station. Only 15 min walk so no need to get a taxi. Lots going on around the hotel, a shopping centre, lots of places to eat and drink if you don’t fancy staying out to… See more
We stayed here through a Wowcher offer. Very easy hotel to locate from the train station. Only 15 min walk so no need to get a taxi. Lots going on around the hotel, a shopping centre, lots of places to eat and drink if you don’t fancy staying out too late in actual Venice. To get to Venice so easy, get the bus ticket from the tobacco shop next to the hotel for 3 Euro return then go to bus stop outside supermarket and get on bus 7e which takes you straight to Venice then to return bus 7 at Venice bus stops. Hotel is very clean and a great location, staff are helpful and friendly. We found our room a little chilly but got moved to another room without any hassle at all. A little tax to pay at the end of the stay but not much. Breakfast was good with choices of fruit, pastries, cereal etc. No coffee or tea facilities in the room tho. Ladies you do get a hairdryer but that’s it. Only a few English channels on the tv but at least it’s something. A nice hotel in an ideal location, so easy to get into Venice but just as nice shops around the hotel area too. Collapse
Good location, good staff and clean
Stay Date: 02/2018, phoebesunshine98 wrote this review.
We booked through a Wowcher deal and so never have high expectations but this hotel deserves 3 stars. On arrival we weren’t able to check in early which was disappointing but there was a safe room to leave our luggage in. The receptionist gave us a m… See more
We booked through a Wowcher deal and so never have high expectations but this hotel deserves 3 stars. On arrival we weren’t able to check in early which was disappointing but there was a safe room to leave our luggage in. The receptionist gave us a map and information on how to get the bus into Venice, its really easy which we were glad about as we didn’t want to pay out loads for taxis. The hotel location is good, it is right opposite a supermarket and a 2 minute walk away there are some really lovely restaurants within a small market square which also has shops. We had upgraded our room with breakfast. The room itself is small, but the bed is big and comfortable. The decor is dated compared to the newly refurbished reception. The room was clean on arrival and the sheets obviously fresh with 4 towels provided, however there is no tea/coffee and no shampoo or conditioner, the only soap is from a dispenser (one in the shower and one by the sink). The shower itself is not very powerful and the temperature differs while you are in there, going cold a few times. We were on the 5th floor and had a balcony which was nice, very pretty at night. There is a lot of traffic noise but not enough to disturb your sleep, however the walls are VERY thin and you can hear everything from next door. Breakfast was alright, there wasn’t a massive selection but the chocolate croissants are fresh and yummy, plus there is a good selection of tea/coffee & juice. Overall, if you are looking for somewhere cheap and close to Venice but don’t want to pay Venice prices this hotel is ideal. Collapse
You get what you pay for. Stay in Venice.
Stay Date: 01/2018, Rachel W wrote this review.
From the train station, it wasn't too much of a struggle to find the hotel as it is quite central in the mestre district (hence the name). The facilities are clean, there wasn't a minibar, kettle or safe in the room but there was air conditioning an… See more
From the train station, it wasn't too much of a struggle to find the hotel as it is quite central in the mestre district (hence the name). The facilities are clean, there wasn't a minibar, kettle or safe in the room but there was air conditioning and the temperature was adjustable if it got too hot or cold. You could request hot water from the reception if really necessary, but we felt it wasn't worth the hassle. Beds were made and towels replaced for the next day, as well as the basic toiletries such as soap and shower gel available. There's a supermarket literally right outside of the hotel which is highly convenient, as well as bus stops going to and from Venice not even a stone's throw away too. There is also a shopping district as you turn left and keep walking just as you leave the hotel, as well as it being surrounded by many cafes, restaurants and bars. We got to the hotel at night and I had read about the Rolling Venice card for people up to 25 years old which gives a discount on transport cards and entry fees to specific tourist attractions. In the morning I kept asking the receptionist to direct us to where we could get the rolling Venice card, but he was adamant that we should just get the transport ticket at full price instead. I was quite stubborn and he finally sighed and told us very vague directions. Emphasis on very. After trying to follow his directions we ended up lost and going back to the hotel to just get the full price ticket transport card, only to find that there was one person serving, two other customers in the line and after 15 minutes he was STILL dealing with the first customer, we were being completely ignored. Needless to say he didn't have much sense of urgency. So after literally an HOUR of walking around trying to find the tram shop (which is where we eventually learned where we got the Rolling Venice card from), a kind old man approached us and showed us what we were looking for. If you are staying in Mestre to visit Venice. Don't. Thank me later. We lost a chunk of our first day running about like headless chickens trying to find who sold the transport cards. When we finally got into Venice it was still a 15/20 minute bus journey, not including a 15/20 minute boat ride to get to St Marcos Square which is where all the main attractions are. At night when we wanted to go back to our hotel to freshen up, get changed and head back into Venice, the bus to mestre was PACKED. I'm talking sardines in a tin packed. The seats were mostly taken and the rest had to stand and be squashed up beside eachother. Then we had to worry about when going back into Venice, not being out too late so that we could get public transport back to mestre (private transport ain't cheap y'know). We decided to have breakfast in the hotel the next morning but it was your standard European breakfast, so no eggs, beans, bacon, sausages etc. Mostly bread, cheese and bam, very bland cereal, overpowered fruit juice and a couple choices of cakes. All in all, as much as it was a regularly average hotel, if you're staying in Mestre to go to Venice, I URGE you to spend the extra cash to actually STAY in Venice. Collapse
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