Roy Hotel

Address: Via Cendon 16, Silea, Veneto, 31057, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Via Cendon 16, Silea.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Roy Hotel Silea

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Silea

Venice, Italy

A travel blog entry by mamar.sue on Oct 12, 2014

5 comments, 32 photos

... of Venice (thankfully there was a lift). Trip in gondola.....extraordinary, felt quite emotional. Asked how much the gondola's cost - between 30,000 & 40,000 euro, hand made in small factory of 3 people. Need to get photo's from Bron & Col as my camera battery had run out, not happy..... Restaurant for dinner, back to Hotel & fell into bed, very, very tired, after lovely day. Monday, 13th October Left Venice 8am, Water Taxi to station 2 ...

Residenza cannaregio liz proof rating

A travel blog entry by groovyduck on Jun 08, 2014

No plastic packed biscuits, cheese, ham etc score 1: two types of biscuits score zero! No jam portions score 1: at least 6 types, score zero Coissant control score 1: plentiful and unguarded score zero No bottled water score 2: no bottles score 2 No yoghurt ...

Vagando a Venezia

A travel blog entry by artichoke88 on Mar 28, 2014

15 photos

... buildings really is a spectacular sight. There is a reason the Grand Canal is called "grand." Duh.
No cars. At all. Can't say that I missed and or would ever need one. As soon as I started thinking about that, I was like wait! how do they get goods around this maze? What if you needed a new couch with all this stairs, narrow walkways, and bridges? Turns out that this is the city of people who have mastered the art of ...

Canals, Bridges and Restaurants

A travel blog entry by mkoplin on Oct 28, 2013

6 comments, 12 photos

... the sea and salt water eat away at the foundations of the buildings. Do they have to tighten them up once in a while? Venice has suffered from moral disintegration at times too. A little history lesson told us that in the 18th century, the population was subjugated by a city-wide addiction to gambling that brought ruin to many families, even among clergy. Some streets are named after playing cards!
Venezia is about travel by ...


A travel blog entry by ernieandtini on Sep 07, 2013

7 photos

... to the sat nav...we found the Miramar site very easily. Staff were excellent, they offered us a pitch in the sun or shade so we chose the shade (under the trees) to keep the van cool, and then we got bitten to pieces!!! Flaming mozzies everywhere! Had a swim in the pool on the Sunday and then took a walk into town and found they ...