Villa Delle Palme

Address: Via Dandolo 12/A - Lido, Venice, Veneto, 30126, Italy | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Lido area of Venice, is near San Giorgio Maggiore, Lido, Casino Divenezia, and Palazzo Mocenigo.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Villa Delle Palme Venice

Honeymoon hotel

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We stayed here in Oktober. It was a nice adress being in Venice and at the same time in a quit place with a big garden. We had a big terrrace in our room. The room was very nice furnished, clean and new with a romantic, old style touch. Service was good and fríendly. A hotel I would always recommend my best freinds.

Barbara

Beautiful Room, Friendly Service

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This hotel used to be a mansion, we were at first discouraged by the "communal bathroom" option, it turns out to be a beautiful hotel, great room having separate bathroom in each room after renovation. The front desk person was very friendly. My friends & I wanted to get to the roof of the hotel. He overheard our wishes and gave us the key to go to the roof. He also gave a very good recommendation on an Italian restaurant ("Africa") nearby. But beware that this is located in Lido Beach (about 30-45 min to the Main islands by ferry). Ferry services to the main islands end before mid-night.

Very nice and good hotel

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We have been in September 2002 for 3 days in this hotel. It has been wunderful days in venice and this hotel. It is really very romantic and not too expensive. The service was good. The rooms are new furnished in an old style.

TripAdvisor Reviews Villa Delle Palme Venice

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Venice

Piccola Ada and the grandi Americani

A travel blog entry by zingerin on Oct 21, 2014

... there was our smiling Italiana waving at us. "Buon Giorno!" and "Pasta or riso?" We chose pasta and followed her through a maze of colorful fruit and vegetables to her favorite fishmonger. From the icy tables stacked with exotic Adriatic shellfish and giant unbutchered tuna and swordfish, she hand picked four shimmery branzino, a heavy net bag of tiny clams, and another of pink langoustine. Ada told us to buy the pane and vino and she would see us ...

Peggy G, San Marco Square at night - bello Venezia

A travel blog entry by linarogers on Sep 08, 2014

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... garden and setting were all magnificent. Especially the part looking over to the grand canal. I preferred all the interesting sculptures – especially the black granite with the reflection and the poetry on the bench and one painting showed light and dark really well. Would love to live there. We managed to go on top to the roof – what a view and what a life. We also saw a barge tootling along the ...

Day 10 - Onto Italy! Venice

A travel blog entry by boardman on Jul 24, 2014

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... our hotel among the hundreds of small alley type streets. We have an incredible room with a second story view over one of the canals. Sandy is content to watch the gondolas go by our place and wave at the people. It is a hostel, which means we have to share a shower room with other people. (Not at the same time!) We will see how that goes in the morning. My embarrassing story of the trip happened today. In Europe they call the second floor, the first floor. We are on the ...

Day 49: Venice!

A travel blog entry by inhissteps on Jul 15, 2014

... would have been 50 euros had we not settled on a flat fee! We then waited in line for like an hour or more to get seat reservations for the next two days of train travel. We quickly got some dinner (once again due to time I had to settle for a little bit of McDonald's... I've had more McDonald's on this trips than I have in the states in the past year or more! But McDonald's here has ...

Venice - canal city

A travel blog entry by mitchpayne on Jun 30, 2013

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... we left home, while some of the young English guys we were with swam in the canal and are now probably infected with all kinds of diseases.

That finishes our time in Venice, I found 2 nights and 1 full day was really enough time there, but if you were going at a slower pace you could find things to do for another night. Next stop is cinque terre, where we will meet us with Jase & Isaac. Looking forward to see how the dynamics of the trip changes once they arrive. ...