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.

    Hotel Orion


    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.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Orion Venice

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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    A travel blog entry by richmike638 on Oct 08, 2015

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    ... canals. We found a nice place for dinner alongside a canal and caught each other up on each others' honeymoon trips. Their hotel was overbooked, so they were put into a different hotel for one night and would be moved back the next day. Apparently, it gets quite busy here.

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    Flight to Venice.

    A travel blog entry by sandrobbins on Aug 26, 2015

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    ... our hotel. Robin got spaghetti sauce on her blouse. The waiter sprayed her blouse with stain remover and then gave her a brush to knock it off. It actually worked. After dinner we walked to St. Marks square. Guys were selling night light sticks that were thrown high into the air and floated down lighting up. I bought four for the grandkids. We walked to the ...

    San Marco, strolling and Spritz!

    A travel blog entry by amcostin on May 19, 2014

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    ... Back at the apartment we had some after-dinner drinks - the local tipple 'Spritz' for me, and some Italian beer for Bernard. We later headed out to find some nightlife and have a drink or two, but there wasn't anything really lively going on, even closer to St Mark's and the Rialto Bridge, so we settled for a gelati while wandering back to the ...

    Excursion to Murano

    A travel blog entry by cath-lindsay on Oct 21, 2013

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    ... us up to the private gallery where we were allowed to touch but not take photos. All very beautiful and expensive. We eventually made our way to near an exit and escaped without buying anything from them. Wandered around looking at lots of shops, buying bits and pieces and eventually made our way back to a ferry stop and back to our hotel. Walked to the Rialto part of town, bought some more glass and found a place for dinner on the way ...

    Water, Water Everywhere and Not a Drop to Drink

    A travel blog entry by on Jul 14, 2013

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