Hotel Orion

Address: San Marco Spadaria, 700/A, Venice, Veneto, 30124, Italy | 2 star hotel
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Orion Venice



      Very cheeful atmosphere clean.a good spot next to square

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      very clean and pleasant hotel

      A very good 2*


      A surprisingly good hotel - first impressions are deceptive. I had a single room on the top floor - which was actually a very tasteful small double with a view! The bathroom was miniscule.The reception staff were exceedingly helpful but I think my willingness to try to speak Italian helped a little.

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      Hotel was in a great spot next to St.Mark's Square and a short walk from the vaporetto stop. Rooms were small and basic but comfortable and the staff were helpful. The rooms were very hot as the airconditioning was turned off so you had to open the windows at night to cool the room down but this let in all the noise from the street below which meant you had to decide which was the most annoying. I think this might be a common problem in Venice as the narrow street carry the noise. Overall a good hotel in a great position.

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      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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      A travel blog entry by leisurologist on Oct 22, 2014

      1 comment

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      1 comment, 5 photos

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      A travel blog entry by emilystanton on Jul 04, 2013

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      A travel blog entry by noyelles on Jun 03, 2013

      4 comments, 13 photos

      ... it had just started to rain gently, picked up our brollys & went for our last meal here. Then we wandered once more towards the station, caught our last ferry & returned home to pack up for tomorrow morning. Over the past 3 days we must have averaged more than 2hours a day on vaporetti & they are a great way to see the place. At €30 for the 3 day passes we surely had our moneys worth.

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      Venezia to Roma

      A travel blog entry by arniephillips on Jun 26, 2012

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      ... most beautiful remote scenery in the land, but once they get near any towns they are obliged to deviate through run down, dilapidated, industrialized zones. The landscape has been lovely, but the industrial district of Firenze is a poor neighbor to Michelangelo's "David". By the way: At the train station today an "Italian stallion" said to Jane as we passed by "Ciao, beautiful!", to which Jane replied (thanks to the Italian she's managed to pick up in the 3 days here) ...