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Generator was the place I chose to stay in Venice after I saw the outrageous prices some "Locandas" and "Osterias" practice inside the city centre. Despite being located in Giudecca, making it mandatory to spend (at least) 2 vaporetto trips per day, it's worth the detour. If you're about to stay in a dorm, it will be much cheaper than booking a same quality hotel in the city center. Generator has been refurbished recently and all the new and modern facilities it offers are simply great. - I didn't try buffet breakfast as I had read in some reviews in booking.com and here that it wasn't worth the price [€ 3.50 if booked in advance] - Don't choose 8-bed or 16-bed dorms, they are cramped and you won't have too much personal space for you... However, I stayed in a 5-bed dorm instead, and it felt fine. - Buy a HelloVenezia pass for vaporetto trips, it will be much worthy than paying a trip each time you need to go back and forth from the hostel [€20 for a day, €30 for 2 days, €40 for 3 days] - Easily reached by vaporetto from any southern part of main islands of Venice as two important lines [no. 2 and no. 4.1/4.2] pass by at Zitelle stop. - Directly connected to VCE Marco Polo airport through AliLaguna service [€15 one-way, €27 return], taking about 1h20 for the route. In a whole, I would recommend this place. Enjoy!
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