Ca' Nigra Lagoon Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCa' Nigra Lagoon Resort Venice
Very charming hotel in a quiet part of Venice. Easy to reach and not far from transportation. Very friendly and helpful personnel. Breakfast in the garden with a view on Canal Grande is awesome.
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... way to expensive for us to even consider walking through the doors. Alley ways of dolce and gabana, guess, Louis vitton etc they are very big in their glass art and there were some shops just full of the glass ware and artistic pieces that were just stunning. We then made our way back to the main square where we wanted to go up the bell tower of St Mark where Galileo invented the telescope. We really wanted to go an have a look but it was unfortunately closed. We ...
... and continue to the Arsenale area). The pizza was only OK, prices were high - I swear that a bottle of Coke was 15 Euro. I still think maybe I read that wrong, but I'm pretty sure that was the price - needless to say, it has the most expensive soda prices I'd seen. Don't worry - we split a bottle of water (and even that was expensive!). I was looking around to see if their were any vendors nearby with water so I could get a bottle for ...
... 8217;s area with water slide, health spa, solarium, sports centre (tennis, basketball & squash courts), a 4D cinema, F1 simulator, 8 shops and of course the exclusive Yacht Club section. It is essentially a floating city, with everything necessary close at hand.
The high point for us though, was the additional luxuries that came with the Yacht Club. All our meals and drinks in the exclusive Yacht Club areas were complimentary (except for the ...
... and it was actually quite bumpy out in the open waters. Of course Lewis was asleep, but the boat was tiny and he didn't slow down when another boat when past! At the airport we pushed chairs together to create a bed as we arrived at midnight and our flight want til 5:45am. A very interesting night's sleep with a random dog barking at 3am in our ears. Finally it was time to board the plane for what we had been waiting for... ...
... our first departure.
At 10pm our ship left Venice. It was a wonderful way to spend a summer evening, standing at the rail watching the lights of Venice melt away.
After the lights dimmed and we set our path for Croatia. Charmaine, ’89, Violet Pimentel, ’85 and I enjoyed a nightcap on the Lido Deck.
I’m telling you, it doesn’t get much better than ...