Inn At The Beach

725 West Venice Avenue, Venice, Florida, 34285, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 725 West Venice Avenue, Venice, is near Venice Municipal Beach, Princess Cays, North Jetty Beach, and Pelican Pointe Golf and Country Club.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsInn At The Beach Venice

    Reviewed by winegalcj

    like home away from home!

    Reviewed May 6, 2011
    by (26 reviews) Southern California - we moved a lot , United States Flag of United States

    What a great experience - excellent value, friendly service, great location. couldn't say more good things... all the amenities you could want, and then some!

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

    Historical Traveler Reviews Inn At The Beach Venice

    Just perfect

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    This great 2 story hotel had everything going for it.Its right across the street from Venice Beach and only a 10 minute sidewalked stroll to the quaint shops and restaurants of downtown Venice.The fine restaurant,the Crow's Nest which sits on an intracoastal inlet , is also only a 10 minute walk in the other direction.The room itself was spotless and included every imaginable amenity-- ceiling fan,ac,refrigerator,microwave, ironing board,in room safe(free),fax connection,bathrom exhaust fan and even a ground effects type nightlight in the bathroom.There were also 2 complimentary bottles of spring water,popcorn,coffee and a decent continental breakfast the following morning.The bed was unbelievably comfortable and the quality and cleanliness of the linens was topnotch.The big chain hotels would be well served if they made all their management/marketing people spend at least 1 night here in order to learn what customers really want.

    Quaint, clean, comfortable - - loved this place!

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    My husband and I stayed here one night after being in Miami Beach for a couple days staying at the Sheraton Bal Harbour, which is supposedly a five star resort (although that's doubtful). We would take the Inn at the Beach in Venice over the Sheraton and Miami Beach any day!

    The Inn is spotless and lovingly maintained. The staff was cheerful and helpful. Our room (#123) was bright, well planned (lots of smart shelves and cubbies to store your things out of the way), and comfortable. It had a sparkling tile floor, nice king bed, built-in desk, kitchenette space - - refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker, cabinets, complete with free bottled water, coffee and popcorn - - and a small table with two chairs. We were on the first floor, which opened via a sliding door to a small patio with two chairs directly across from the beach. The bath had a small, spotless shower, plenty of soft fluffy towels and fun ocean-inspired toiletries. The only thing the Inn is lacking is a computer for guests' use (although they have free wireless internet access if you bring your laptop along). When I needed a computer to check my return flight times, they offered to check for me and also referred me up the street to the public library, which worked perfectly.

    Venice is a wonderful mystery to us. How could such a charming, lovely spot on the Gulf not be ruined by over-commercialization? Instead, you can stroll across the street from the Inn and get a grilled cheese sandwich or a popsicle at the little snack bar at the beach, or walk less than a mile up the street to the historic district and eat lunch at the old fashioned Soda Fountain and shop in the quaint, local stores. The Crow's Nest, mentioned in other reviews, was wonderful too. It really is like stepping back in time. We certainly hope to return again soon.

    A memorable place

    from

    It's a little bit too good to be true. Venice is a small underdeveloped town with great unspoilt beaches and very few tourists. The Inn really is across the road from the beach in a lovely location. While the layout is like a motel, don't let that put you off. The rooms are big, clean and come with free wireless internet access (how much longer are the big hotels going to charge for that?). The staff were all very friendly and we'll always remember our stay - because our little boy finally learned to swim in their pool!

    Surprised so few reviews.

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    Stay here you won't be dissappointed. If you can swing it get a suite with a balcony facing the ocean. Remember the ocean is across the street. Housekeeping does an excellent job and pool and grounds are well maintained. A continental breakfast is included in rate which was good. Places we ate which are casual and decent. Luna's for italian and TJ Carney's for pub,irish/american fare. We will stay here again when we come back to Venice.

    Wonderful Inn at The Beach

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    Stayed one night at Inn at The Beach on our way from Tampa to Naples. I am what my husband calls a pain when it comes to hotels. If it isnt really clean and nice I can't stay. No big five star hotels in Venice so I trusted Tripadvisor reviews, booked a room and hoped for the best. You cant tell from the outside but as soon as you step inside your room you know its a jem. Seperate bedroom. Lovely bathroom. Nice family room and kitchen area. Most important was how clean and updated it was. Beautiful beach across the street with little snack shop. Lovely shops and restaurants just down the street from the hotel. Housekeepers were so friendly and happy. Clearly took pride in a job well done. Comfortable,clean,cute place to spend a night or more. And the price was very low, around 150 per night.

    Spotless

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    Arrived here escaping from Hurricane Wilma. First impression: the place was spotlessly clean. Did I say spotless!!! Great staff, great location. 100feet from the beach. Try the Crows Nest a mile away for a great meal. We'll be back.

    B.,B., and L.

    Will Return!

    from

    This was the best place!!! My family just loved it! The staff was SUPER friendly! They put out a lovely (small, but plenty!) continental breakfast in the lobby every morning. It was such a nice way to start the day.

    The hotel was spotless and the pool was so much fun! It was a nice size with plenty of chairs (I hate when you can't get a chair).

    Location was excellent (couldnt ask for better...right accross from the beautiful beach, we walked there several times a day).

    Will Return!

    Great Inn!

    from

    One of the nicest hotels I've every stayed in! The room was spotless and appeared to have been recently renovated. The staff is very friendly and accomodating.

    I highly recommend this inn which is directly across the street from the beach.

    Great, Small Hotel

    from

    Spent 7 nights in Feb/Mar 2005. Quaint, Low Key Hotel, Great location across a quiet street from the beach, and walking distance to Downtown Venice. Staff was very pleasant and there when you need them. Rooms were very clean. Would definitely go back.

    Would not waste your time

    from

    We have called to try to stay here twice and the owner acts as if she could care less. We visit Venice often as we have relatives there. When we need extra space we like to rent a hotel room. The second time we called we wanted several hotel rooms for a special family reunion type visit. Owner said she does not want to rent to groups. Little does she know this was her loss. We'll go elsewhere.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Inn At The Beach Venice

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

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