Holiday Inn Venice Marghera
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The Holiday Inn Venice Marghera offers guests comfort and a cosy relaxed atmosphere during their stay in Venice. A convenient shuttle bus travels to Piazzale Roma where the terminal for ferryboats to Venice is located, as well as the islands of Murano and Burano, famous for glassware and lace. The hotel offers 187 newly refurbished bedrooms all with modern facilities. Relax and try the unique experience of the soft duvets and pillow menu, while enjoying a film or a football match on flat TV screens: all rooms have satellite channels with Sky package. Moreover, stay connected with work or family with WiFi Internet connection (at a charge). Other features include an elegant American Bar and the refined Alla Bell'Italia restaurant offering Italian favourites.
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Holiday Inn Venice Mestre Marghera
Stay Date: 01/2019, fred146 wrote this review.
Got a taxi from Mestre stazione (it's quite a distance - don't walk!) which arrived at the hotel in a few minutes. I was checked in quickly and went to my room which was at the end of a corridor so I avoided noise from other residents including the l… See more
Got a taxi from Mestre stazione (it's quite a distance - don't walk!) which arrived at the hotel in a few minutes. I was checked in quickly and went to my room which was at the end of a corridor so I avoided noise from other residents including the large party of Australian students! I was quite hungry by this point so ate at the hotel restaurant "Alla Bell Italia". Service was superb, my order was taken efficiently and the food was superb - if you like fish go for the tuna shavings with avocado salad which is one of the best salads with tuna I've ever had. And as for the tiramisu - wow! All staff were excellent, but a special mention should be made of Livinia in the restaurant and bar who was exceptional. Collapse
It was below average but please read review.
Stay Date: 12/2018, michaelaus34 wrote this review.
I stay at IHG properties where possible but with this comes an expectation of a standard level of service and facilities that I failed to receive in my opinion. First the items that were sub par; A) The front office staff that we interacted with wi… See more
I stay at IHG properties where possible but with this comes an expectation of a standard level of service and facilities that I failed to receive in my opinion. First the items that were sub par; A) The front office staff that we interacted with with not overly helpful and we felt that we were a inconvenience to them. B) The room had a very heavy perfume/deodorise smell to it that made me sick when I was in the room. C) no iron or ironing board. D) no mini bar, I mean there is no fridge in the room. Could not keep water or some milk cold. E) the gym is dreadfully dim and the lightning should be looked at. F) the rooms are really due for a face lift. G) we ate in the resultant and it ok but we could not figure why a bottle of red wine was served to us ice cold. On a positive note the good things. A) Alyssa (trying to recall her name) on reception when checked out was the nicest and the most helpful staff member we encountered. B) picking up bus tickets to use for the number 6 bus from reception was really helpful. It runs every 20 min from early to late and was only a 10-15 min walk. We walked it early in the morning and late at night and we felt safe. It was 1.5 euro per adult each way. I would not stay here again, I would pay a bit more and stay in Venice and avoid the bus ride. Collapse
It's a nice hotel!
Stay Date: 11/2018, kohhmchristine wrote this review.
I guess some people have given this hotel low ratings because it's not within the islands itself. But personally I think this is one of the better hotels I've stayed at in Italy. Firstly, you need to know Italian hotels are tiny. This one is not. T… See more
I guess some people have given this hotel low ratings because it's not within the islands itself. But personally I think this is one of the better hotels I've stayed at in Italy. Firstly, you need to know Italian hotels are tiny. This one is not. The room was the biggest we had and the bed was a super king size! Bathroom was also one of the more modern Italian ones we had. Again, Italian toilets seem to be very "quickly do what you need to do and get out", functional. They almost always lack sufficient towel and clothing racks, have tiny sinks, with no shower shelf to put your shower gel/shampoo and one toilet bowl and one bidet squished together. This bathroom was big! There were more than enough racks to hang all your stuff, a shower shelf (which you never appreciate until you don't have it), a large sink (that actually has hot water, bless!) and a large shower area that even has an additional space for you to stand to dry yourself off so that the toilet bowl/bidet area doesn't get wet. ALSO, THEIR BREAKFAST HAS BACON AND EGGS. And their bacon is pretty good. Enough said. I actually can't really understand how this hotel gets anything less than a 3 (and that's if you're really picky), unless some major works were done recently. Collapse
Outside of Venice but convenient
Stay Date: 10/2018, entropy71 wrote this review.
Refreshingly large room (for Italy) with the usual high standards of European Holiday Inns. Hard to find: behind a gas station off a busy highway traffic circle. If you miss it, the next exit is miles away! Free Wi-Fi, but breakfast costs extra. Ther… See more
Refreshingly large room (for Italy) with the usual high standards of European Holiday Inns. Hard to find: behind a gas station off a busy highway traffic circle. If you miss it, the next exit is miles away! Free Wi-Fi, but breakfast costs extra. There are three ways to get to Venice: taxi (35 EU), hotel shuttle (9 EU) with limited runs, and bus (1.5 EU) with 20-min walk to the bus station. I do not recommend the bus as it is very confusing: there is no sign or announcement as to which stop you are at; a fellow passenger had to tell us where to get off on the return trip. We had dinner in Venice but desert at the hotel, which took literally an hour to prepare. Collapse
Fantastic stay near Venice
Stay Date: 10/2018, warwickshirelad wrote this review.
I was intending to visit Venice, and I chose this hotel as I had enough IHG points for 3 nights stay. I paid cash for another 2 nights. It’s a bit of a trek to get to, with a 20 minute bus ride from Venice and then a 10-15 minutes walk, but it is wh… See more
I was intending to visit Venice, and I chose this hotel as I had enough IHG points for 3 nights stay. I paid cash for another 2 nights. It’s a bit of a trek to get to, with a 20 minute bus ride from Venice and then a 10-15 minutes walk, but it is what it is, and if you book the hotel with your eyes open, you shouldn’t be disappointed. When I was doing research for my holiday, I looked at how many bus and waterbus journeys I was likely to make. Because of flight times I’d be in Venice for over 5 and a half days and decided on the 7 day ACTV travel card, with the added airport return. This costs 60 euros plus an extra 12 euros for the return journey on the airport bus. 1, 2 and 3 day tickets are 20, 30 and 40 euros respectively plus the airport return so if you’re in Venice for a few days and intend to use public transport a lot, the 7 day card is the best value. These prices seem very high, and they are until you realise that a single waterbus ticket costs 7.50 euros. If you intend to travel by bus from the airport, you can buy your travel card from the ACTV desk which is on the left as you enter the arrivals hall from baggage reclaim. I didn’t use a taxi but I understand it costs about 50 euros, and you get deposited in the same square in Venice as all the buses– Piazzale Rome. The Airport Bus (Number 5) stops at the bus stand just outside the main doors to the airport. It’s a regular service and usually takes between 20 and 25 minutes. Every time you get on a bus you need to validate your ticket. Just hold it against one of the machines inside the bus – there are usually 2 or 3, and you should get a green light and a beep. If you get a red light you’ve got problems with your ticket. The bus makes a few stops along the route, and eventually stops at Piazzale Rome, which is the Venice Bus terminus, as well as one of the major stops for the waterbuses. I got the number 6 bus to the hotel from Piazzale Rome. This goes on the dual carriageway over the causeway, and turns off towards Marghera. The bus and tram run parallel for about a mile, and when the two diverge you’re getting close to the bus stop closest to the hotel – Paleocapa. The bus stops opposite the Pasticceria (great cakes). Walk along the road to the roundabout and turn left past the Bar, cross the road and walk along the dual carriageway – Via C Beccharia for about 400 metres and you’ll see a pizza restaurant (Al Calesse) on the corner. Turn right past this and go straight ahead along Via Della Fonte for about another 400 metres. Eventually you’ll see the Holiday Inn behind the trees on your right. There’s a small gate opposite 25a Via Della Fonte and this brings you into the car and coach park at the back of the hotel. When I went into the hotel I was greeted by Elisa, who is very friendly and helpful. She checked my details and allocated me Room 317. All of this was done very efficiently, and within about 5 minutes. Room 317 is on the 3rd floor at the back of hotel. It’s a bright clean room, and as it’s at the back of the hotel it’s very quiet. Everything in the room worked. The bathroom was clean and bright. There was a safe, tea and coffee making tray, and a small fridge which was useful for cooling drinks. The television had one english language channel – CNN, and if I have one criticism, the reception wasn’t very good on any of the channels. I don’t usually eat breakfast, but I tried it on the first morning, and it was excellent at just 10.50 euros. The restaurant area is pleasant, and there was a good buffet of both hot and cold food, and hot and cold drinks. It was only about half full when I was there. The Holiday Inn Mestre Merghara is a comfortable and clean hotel with very helpful and friendly staff, and I wholeheartedly recommend it. Collapse
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