Gorizia a la Valigia

Address: Calle dei Fabbri 4696-A, Venice, Veneto, 30124, Italy | 3 star hotel
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsGorizia a la Valigia Venice

      Reviewed by steph_evan

      Great hotel in venice

      Reviewed Nov 29, 2012
      by (6 reviews) , New Zealand Flag of New Zealand

      very nice place to stay, breakfast was good. room was very generous considering the rate we paid - we had a cheap off season deal. well worth it

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Historical Traveler Reviews Gorizia a la Valigia Venice

      No complaints


      good central location,excellent room,very disabled friendly would recommend highly

      Well centrally located hotel


      I have just returned from staying at the Gorizia Hotel. I found it to be the best centrally located hotel. It was very clean, no smells and made the holiday a real pleasure. The breakfast was modest but plenty. Most of the hotel staff were very pleasant. The only gripe I would have and it's not that important I thought the reception staff could be a lot more pleasant, but this was not a problem. I would not hesitate in recommending it to my friends or using it again myself. Very good value for the money my friend and I paid



      We stayed for 4 nights in a superior double room. The room was ok - we thought it was quite small bearing in mind it was meant to be a superior room. The air conditioning didn't work in our part of the building until the last night. Most of the staff didn't really care if we were there or not and we didn't find them very helpful. I don't expect much from breakfast but I really wasn't that impressed with it - we only had it on one morning.

      It is a great location but I would stay else where in future.

      Great breakfast


      we stayed for 2 nights august 2003 in a very clean and comfortable triple room with essential air con as it was hot. beutifull breakfast room with an ample continental fair. excellent peacefull location just minuets from both st marks square ans rialto bridge. enjoyed all the famous landmarks and had some great food in some of the many restaurants (examine the menues before hand for prices). i would certainly use this hotel again

      Gorizia a la valigia


      Great location - just a couple of minutes walk from both rialto and st mark's square in a fairly quiet street but busy area of venice. Within easy reach of the boat stop at st mark's for the airport journey and near to loads of good, affordable restuarants and cafes. Room was clean and prettily decorated and the staff were polite helpful. Continental breakfast was good.

      Great Location, Good Hotel


      Stayed at this hotel with my mother and sister from 3-6 January 2004.

      We had a nice triple room (No 35) with bathroom which was always cleaned well each day and we found it comfortable. The location is excellent it was great to pop in and out of the hotel for coffee breaks, drop off gifts etc as it is just between St Marks and the Rialto Bridge.

      The continental breakfast was nothing fantastic (but they never are), however the breakfast room itself was clean and well presented.

      Slight language barrier - we asked for an extra toilet room and were given a towel - we had a real laugh.

      For location and price highly recommended!

      No glowing review from me.


      No glowing review from me. Hotel rooms poor and smelt of raw sewage but were clean. Staff not helpful. Was clean and well located.

      Wonderful Hotel


      Spent 3 nights @ the Gorizia, between Christmas & new year, what a great Hotel, just a 3 min; walk up a picturesque ally, off ST; Marks square.We bought 3 day pass for vaporatti..water bus, unlimited travel, great value, explore all the islands, each has their own characture.Eating places, do look for Tourist Menu good VFM, but do ask for option when inside , as the waiters dont offer this when your at table.When you arrive @ the Bus Station Venice, do ask for water bus, otherwise you will be directed to water taxi, which is 10 euro to San Marco[ centre near ST; Marks]the water bus is 3 euros & nearer the station!

      Easy to find


      Very comfortable, clean and convenient for all the sights. Staff are very helpful. I would recommend this hotel.

      Venice in April


      Stayed for 3 nights in Hotel Gorizia a la Valigia. Superb location. Excellent value. Will use again next time. Really enjoyed my visit. Venice - A must see! Visit in the Spring. Any questions? Anita

      TripAdvisor Reviews Gorizia a la Valigia Venice

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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