Hotel Tre Archi
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... 6:30 in the morning.) Lido is quieter, more residential, and I am able to ride my bike to the local market to pick out some fresh fruits for my breakfast. Since the wind is not too strong and gently blows my hair, it makes sense to spend the morning on the beach, soaking in some rays, and eating some delicious cherries.
After two hours or so, I climb back on my bike and head towards the water bus for Venice. (No traces of sand ...
... of a fish-shaped cluster of islands for so long I thought it was smaller than what it was. Maybe it would seem smaller if the eight thousand tourists weren't crowding the same spaces we were there to see. As we floated past the Doge's Palace and saw the moving wave of people, I had hoped their tours would be done by the time we got there.
Once the cruise ship docked on the west side of the island, we needed to work our way to the central south side. ...
Okay, so I've officially been in Europe for about two months now and I've been fortunate to see things like Big Ben and the Colosseum. These iconic sorts of things show up in history books, pop culture, movies, you name it! Seeing them in person has been surreal, but not always exactly how I imagined it. No offense to anyone who's super attached to Big Ben, but when I saw it all I could think was, "Wow! Big Ben! Now I've seen it." That was it. Cool for bragging rights but not ...
... this chaos. oh did I mention it was about 32C and we still hasd our swiss mountain hea y cloithing on?
made it to bthe hotel without event, if u can call almost running down several tourist-laden gondolas uneventful.
hotel is rwally nice, but air-@con struggling in this heat and so is all that swiss chocolate - fondue anyone?
went strolling through back alleys, over sweet little bridges, got lost, kids ate pizza, had gelato for
... No really, she sleep with you." I laughed again.
She did. I went up to my room and found another bed inside, my bed pushed to the side, all of my things rearranged and yes, 10 minutes later the girl from downstairs was with me. After speaking with her a bit she said she arrived late that evening with no place to stay (I can sort of relate) and when arriving this hostel, was told first there was no availability followed ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Tre Archi Venice
Room was small, on top floor with a fire alarm in the middle of the night. Quite scary.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Tre Archi Venice
My two female college friends and I booked this hotel at the last minute at the train station in Venice. We paid 30 Euro per person, and it was a good value, especially in comparison to other prices and accomodations we encountered on this trip. There is a water taxi station right in front and it is only a short and quaint walk from the train station. There was luggage storage for us before checkin and after checkout. The room was a cute little loft with a large walkout balcony. There was good temperature control, hot shower with good pressure, and it was clean. It was in a quiet location for sleeping. The best part was the decor which consisted of ornate painted details on the trim and furniture and beautiful Murano Glass fixtures. The breakfast was great with several breads, jams, cheeses, fruits, cereals, juices, cold milk, hot chocolate, and more. The attendants spoke sufficient English and were friendly as well. We had an excellent stay.
Nice & convenient
I have stayed at Tre Archi twice in the past 2 years and the convenience of accessing this hotel is worth everything. Step right off the water taxi into the front door of this nice hotel. I have stayed at other hotels in Venice for the same price that Tre Archi charges - and while the other hotels might have been a bit more elegant none of them beats the convenience of Tre Archi. Clean, well decorated rooms & a nice breakfast in the morning. The hotel even allows you to leave your bags for later pick-up.
Lovely room and friendly staff
Stayed there for 2 nights in October 2003. Took the land bus from the airport to the bus station where we transferred to a water bus which stopped right in front of the hotel. The stop in front of our hotel was handy as we were able to get on there again to go to the island of Murano, and also back to the main canal. We had a beautiful room overlooking the canal. We were able to open the window and the shutters and have a great view. The furnishings in our room and lobby were just as pictured on the internet sites we had viewed. The staff at the front desk were always very pleasant and helpful. Our rate included a continental breakfast. We would definately stay there again.
Great little gem!!
I agree with the previous review. The hotel was right at the doorstep of the vaporetti stop which was great considering the amount of luggage we had and how late we got there. The location is within walking distance to restaurants and a produce market but also quiet. The room was nicely furnished compared to some of the other places of comparable price in Italy. Breakfast was quite good too!
visted for a midweek break in september 2003, very easy to get from the bus station the water taxi drops you right outside the front door. a pleasant hotel in a quiet part of carggenio about a 20 minute walk to riato but only a few hundred yards from the shopping/ restaurent area.
the hotel is clean and comfortable we had a spilt level room with the bedroom up stairs and the only balcony in the hotel at the rear of the hotel (room 112) which was very nice. the breakfast is basic continental style self serve in the rear conservtory.I would stay there again if i wanted a reasonable priced hotel that provides the basics.we found we explored venice more by staying in this part of venice as it made you walk to the main attractions and helped us get lost too !