Arlecchino Hotel

Santa Croce 390, Venice, Veneto, 30135, Italy | 3 star hotel
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From Wet Wet Wet to Hot Hot Hot

A travel blog entry by geordiesez


What a start to the day - it's four in the morning and time to get up get out that lazy bed so we can swim to the airport. It is still persistently raining and the Ark has just gone past on its way to the Forth.

Park and ride was more like park and swim but one has to say our Scottish neighbours seem to use airports in a fairly civilised …


A travel blog entry by geordiesez


So after cruising the seas we depart the Splendour on our return to Venice. We saw a number of our table mates over breakfast and then went our merry ways, ours was back to the Arlecchino and a day to break records.

We dropped off our bags (the blonde and the brunette were not happy) and departed for another wander around the streets of …


A travel blog entry by joseph.taylor


... bunch of events going on for Carnivale. The smaller canals that snake their way through the city are the coolest, and you're constantly crossing bridges to get around town. We first went to see Ca d'Oro which is a typical venetian house right on the Grand Canal. The point was to learn about the typology of the Venetian house. Right near Ca d'Oro is the Rialto bridge, which is similar to Pontevecchio in Florence in the sense that its a major bridge with shops ...

Day 14.5 Prague - Milan - Venice

A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013


... first dry crossing of the Grand Canal was a pontoon bridge built in 1181 by Nicolò Barattieri. It was called the Ponte della Moneta, presumably because of the mint that stood near its eastern entrance. The present stone bridge, a single span designed by Antonio da Ponte, was finally completed in 1591. It is remarkably similar to the wooden bridge it succeeded. Two inclined ramps lead up to a central portico. On either side of the portico the covered ramps carry rows of ...

Venizia, Verona & Milano

A travel blog entry by k_tworldtravels


Venice was high on the list of places to see for me as I had seen much of Italy before but unfortunately never made it to Venice. It is so unlike anywhere else in Europe with the canals and gondolas, water taxis, water buses and lack of vehicles. Venice is made up of 118 islands connected by canals and waterways. It is essentially a floating city and not many cities have such a characteristic. They also say Venice is sinking, but I think in fact it's ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in the Santa Croce area of Venice, is near Campo Santa Margherita, Cafe Noir, Scuola Grande Dei Carmini, and Palazzo Pisani Moretta.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Arlecchino Hotel Venice

    Stay away


    Stay away from this hotel, we arrived late (23.15) but i did not see this as a problem as i had paid for the hotel in full, unfortunately this was a problem as they were fully booked, they sent us to a hotel the other side of the city with no directions, when i questioned the receptionist for further info he told me it wasn't his problem. It was a bad start to a lovely weekend as Venice is an amazing city. I would not advise any one to stay at this hotel though as it's location is poor right opposite the main transport hub, not romantic.

    No real complaints about this one


    I took myself off to Venice for a birthday treat and stayed at this hotel. First up, location was great. I took a taxi from Marco Polo Airport and was dropped off at the far end of Piazalle Roma, almost right outside the hotel (apart from crossing a canal!) no onward journey by water taxi for me at 22.00, I was pleased to discover. It's not too near any of the main sights, but Venice is so small, it was exciting discovering the city en route to places like the Rialto and Piazza San Marco. I URGE you to get off the main tourist route and find your own way around the place.

    Tiny run-down rooms


    I stayed in this hotel a few days before Christmas, and despite the friendly staff, was generally disappointed. My room was extremely small. There was a full sized bed (not even queen sized) and floor space about 10 inches wide around it. I wasn't even able to place my bag on the floor. Probably as a consequence, the lower portions of the walls were quite scuffed up and dirty from what I'm guessing was people's shoes trying to move about it the cramped space. Also, I was placed on the top floor, which has a low slanting roof. It was impossible to stand in the bathtub or take a shower. I can't figure out why they even bothered installing the handheld showerhead. I'm still not sure what the musty smell was either and I kept worrying about hitting my head on the lightbulb while brushing my teeth. And to complain just a bit more, the bed was extremely soft. Some people may like this, but I prefer a bed that is firm enough to keep my back from arching. Finally, the TV only worked when it felt like it, but that wasn't a big deal, since the view from the small terrace was quite nice even late at night.

    Warm, friendly hotel with great access to the waterbus


    Myself and my boyfriend had our first overseas trip together on 10th December for a long weekend in Venice, it was fantastic!

    Not Bad


    Was there in November 2004. The hotel is located right on the edge of the city within eyesight of the bus terminal and within a walking distance of the train terminal. Its right on the corner of the Piazzle Roma. This made for extreme ease of finding it and physically getting to it.

    Extremely Convenient Location


    My experience did not match the negative review at all...

    A great Hotel


    We have just arrived home after 5 weeks in Europe and stayed at the Hotel Arlecchino for 3 nights. I have just read the previous review and do not agree. We booked and paid at least 3 months beforehand and had no problem with our reservation.

    Do not stay at this hotel ...warning!


    Made res. two mounths ahead of time. arrived two hours ahead of time. payed ahead of time. This was to be the trip of a life time. Oh NO we get there and they said they were full and had to move us down the street to a hole in the wall broom closet with no AC and the view of a wall out the window. asked them why? no speak english now.... prago.. we pray you go americono. we got screwed. $400.00... it was so hot we left the next day. the food for breakfast was the worst food we had the hole time in Italy. the service was hored. the people were hored. DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY ON THIS Hotel. Hotell Arlecchino and Hotel Olimpia Are the same........if your American you will be screwed.............. STAY AWAY.............

    Warm refuge in Venice


    After a 20 hour plane ride from Alaska, we finally made it to Hotel Arlecchino. At first, there was a mixup of the room and there was not a twin room available. I was traveling with my very tall 21 yr old son and we needed our space. But the hotel gave us a delightful room with a double bed and a real twin! The decor in the room was faux old-venetian and very tasteful. The heater was great and I loved the heated towel rack too. But the best was yet to come.

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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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