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|Distance to city center||0.7 mi|
|Nearest Airport||Venice Marco Polo|
|Distance to airport||4.7 mi|
|"Spacious well furnished comfortable Junior Suite"||(in 5 reviews)|
|"very good breakfast and location amazing."||(in 229 reviews)|
|"Friendly staff and great breakfast"||(in 120 reviews)|
|"Small rooms and dated bathroom"||(in 3 reviews)|
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|breakfast buffet||in 140 reviews|
|buffet breakfast||in 137 reviews|
|excellent breakfast||in 172 reviews|
|ferry stations||in 5 reviews|
|friendly staff||in 165 reviews|
|location of the hotel||in 343 reviews|
|main building||in 7 reviews|
|perfect and the hotel||in 143 reviews|
|right by water||in 8 reviews|
|right opposite||in 37 reviews|
|room was small||in 166 reviews|
|san marco||in 121 reviews|
|square with a church||in 12 reviews|
|standard room||in 17 reviews|
|view of the lagoon||in 56 reviews|
Everything was perfect. Really modern hotel for Venice. We stayed only for a night and had to catch a really early flight out, so the hotel prepared our breakfast and sent them to our room at night for us in the morning. Receptionist was really helpful and wished we stayed another night.
Made sure we needed anything and breakfast was awesome.
breakfast was the best. super location, 1 block to St. Marks square.
The hotel is excellently located. We emailed ahead and they arranged gluten free breakfast options. The room was small but very traditional which we loved and had a modern bathroom!
One of the staff members Pier, was exceptionally rude. We nearly missed our boat due to his moodyness! Otherwise I would highly recommend!
We received a room in the back portion of the building, away from the main building that directly overlooks the lagoon. The room we received was still very nice, and we got it for a great price (seemingly way less than I would expect for this location), so I think that's totally fair. This hotel is literally a 5 minute walk from San Marco Square, the main tourist center for Venice. The room was "Venetian" in decorations but not old feeling, the bathroom was very lovely. It had a rainfall shower and a bidet and all was spotless. Our room had a small balcony just overlooked a tiny courtyard. I don't think all rooms had this, but i did enjoy it. I thought the bed was a little hard at first but I ended up getting a good night's sleep. Also, there were two extra pillows in the wardrobe, which is an uncommonly nice touch. Breakfast was included and was much better than I expected. There were pastries, nice cheeses, soft scrambled eggs, prosciutto, fresh juices, yogurt, granola, fresh fruit, and of course coffee. It was all high quality. We found it very convenient that the Water Buses stop right in front of the hotel, we were able to take the Alilaguna boat straight from the airport and drop our bags with almost no extra walking.
It was great that the room had air conditioning, however it never got quite down to the temperature we set it to. We realize we are americans used to sleeping with our room cold, so some air con was better than none, but if you sleep hot it might be a slight concern. I've read elsewhere about italy setting limits to the amount of air conditioning that can be used, so I'm wondering if that is the reason rather than the unit not keeping up.
There are so many great cities in Italy, but few cities bring so much unique atmosphere to travelers the way Venice does. The Venetian atmosphere is perhaps the most exotic of all Italy. With influences from Eastern Europe and a long history of trading with the Arab world, Venice is truly in a class all its own. And then the canals. Staying in Venice can be a bit tricky, but the key is to find a hotel that displays a proper sense of Italian hospitality. Service is very important, but so is having a room with an amazing view. In providing great amenities, excellent service, and a truly unique place to see Venice, the Hotel Savoia & Jolanda checks all the boxes.
When checking in to the Hotel Savoia & Jolanda, guests are immediately impressed with how authentically Venetian the hotel is. From its location on the banks of a canal and the beautiful piazza surrounding it, there’s no mistaking that guests are right in the heart of Venice. The staff at the hotel are quite happy to help guests. For travelers who aren’t Italian, Venice is confusing. The staff make sure that guests have everything they need quickly. The high-speed internet is available at no cost to the guest, and when arriving in the room, the views are to die for. It only gets better when collapsing onto the comfortable mattress after a long day of experiencing the best in Italian culture.
Staying at the Hotel Savoia & Jolanda is a great way to experience one of Italy’s great cities.
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- Clean rooms
- Friendly service
- Great view
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Most Popular Landmarks
- Ponte dei Sospiri 169 yd
- Basilica di San Marco 256 yd
- Palazzo Ducale 293 yd
- Campanile di San Marco 387 yd
- St. Mark's Square 390 yd
- Museo Correr 0.3 mi
|Venice Marco Polo||4.7 mi|
|Venice Treviso A. Canova||16.6 mi|
|Venice Vaio Ospedale||0.3 mi|
|Venice-Santa Lucia||1.2 mi|