Royal San Marco Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
TripAdvisor Reviews Royal San Marco Hotel Venice
Travel Blogs from Venice
Greetings from Venice! After traveling by car to the airport, flying for about 9 hours, then a 2.5 hour fast train from Rome to Venice and a Vaparetto we made it to our hotel in Venice, but not without an adventure! We arrived about 5:30 in the evening, bought our two-day passes for the vaporettos and headed to Piazza San Marco (St. …
... started and unfortunately it was a VERY long four hours and the guide was difficult to understand. We lost at least half the group by the end of it. We also didn't really see any main sites, the guide seemed to think everyone had seen these.. We started in the old Jewish quarter (ghetto) which the entry was right near where we had walked the previous night. The Jews lived in skyscrapers, seven storeys! Apparently in Venice the most storeys a building will have is four except ...
... going. We didn’t get up to the breakfast buffet until after 11. Meanwhile, Nate had already taken over the sports area and was playing soccer with anyone and everyone. Beth and Hilary grabbed a couple of lounge chairs by the pool and set up shop while I wandered the ship.
We checked on Nate but basically he played soccer on the top deck from about 10am to 3pm at which point I had to get him because ...
... had a purpose built prison, not just added cells or dungeons like every where else. The thought process was to create a better, more humane place for prisoners. Good on 'em. There is a long walk way from the courthouse to the prison. After the prisoners are sentenced they walk along this walkway, which is where we were walking. They have to walk across the canal as well. The walkway has two small barred windows which the prisoners can look out and take a ...
... found our way to the general population of travelers where there were a few shops and bistros and felt more like normal civilization.
We bought a few things, had a pretzel and coke then made our way to the gate for Venice.
The plane departing for Venice was right outside the warehouse doors, uh I meant to say right outside the airport gates!
The flight to Venice is a little over an hour. ...