Riviera dei Dogi Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
TripAdvisor Reviews Riviera dei Dogi Hotel Mira
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... the drama queen…
Finally we were ready to venture out. Today would be a day with much time spent on the water. We took the vaporetto to Piazzale Roma and then got on the Murano vaporetto. We got off at the third or fourth stop on the island but couldn’t find much to do so went to another. I paid €1.50 to use a bathroom. I must say it was a very clean washroom but no hot water (I'm sensing a trend today). We couldn’t find ...
... and the two drinks we had from the minibar were €3.50 each.
They have a room to store luggage in after you've vacated the room, and also a hand-held scale, so you can weigh your suitcases to make sure they don't exceed the weight limit for the flight, which was very helpful.
Overall it was a very enjoyable stay, and I would definitely stay at this hotel again. The one tip I would give is this: do your homework. I read through a lot of past ...
... there are eleven other couples lying on the small grassed area, some reading, some snoozing and one couple who should get a room!
We buy a couple of sandwiches to take on the bus with us, collect our bags from the luggage storage and take the people mover once again to the bus terminal. We are still an hour or so early so get a coffee and watch a couple of cruise ships leave port. The bus arrives right on time and we set off. ...
... as for Venice and so far a total of about 24 new shows. As usually occurs, more come about. As the year progresses, I could probably go through the year until the next trip (already in the general planning stages). Then for dinner we returned to a place owned by the same fellow as last night. This time al Vaporetto Castello instead of Al Vaporetto S Marco. The owner was not able to come to the newer place so ...
... accused from seeing their interrogators. A doctor would stand behind the prisoner to put the shoulders back in. The prisoners were then kept overnight in a nearby cell only to repeat the process the next night to make sure they’s told them everything!
It also had housed Cassanova, and he was the only prisoner to ever escape with the help of a priest and the ‘help’ of a very dumb guard and a bowl of spaghetti.
We also learnt why Venice was ...