No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
Photos of Point Hotel
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Point Hotel Piove di Sacco
Travel Blogs from Piove di Sacco
... s one of my most favorite places in the world.
Once we disembarked at San Marco, we walked towards the Doge’s Palace. We snapped a few pics in front of the gondolas, the Bridge of Sighs, the campanile, and Doge’s Palace. Then Mikey had an idea to be photographed sitting down in front of the Doge’s Palace with Chloe on his lap. He then told Jay and Jacques to sit with him ...
... opportunity in Venice. In the end we kept one of the larger canals on our left viewed at intervals through the maze of streets and managed to find the church. We started walking back keeping an eye out for Andrew. I had to make a toilet stop and wasn't looking forward to this with my last public toilet debacle. We found a loo and of course there was a fee involved. 1.50 Euro and there was a ...
... see tomorrow afternoon. However, our hotel offers a complimentary ride and tour of the Murano factory which we plan to see after our morning tour with Sabrina. If we were planning our trip again, I would include another day to visit the Doge's Palace and other museums throughout the city.
We leisurely walked back to the hotel with Sabrina who, during most of the tour, provided us with a vivid history of this unique city state through the ages.
After walking for some ...
... from Venice in the mid 1800s but I've not uncovered anything relating to their name. While my knowledge of the lingo is virtually zero, i am surprised that I'm comfy with trying to use'scusi', 'buonjorno' and 'grazi' but the locals have exceptionally good English. I've never asked for so much help with getting directions but people have been great. Took me three tries to find the post office near San Marco Piazza - maybe ...
Venice is a hauntingly beautiful place - a strange, surreal city where everyday life seems somehow more dramatic than in real life. Just watching construction boats, delivery boats, ambulance boats all traveling and navigating with the sea of tourist gondolas through the most intricate web of canals seems impossible. How a city built on 117 island with hundreds ...