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Gorizia A La Valigia Hotel Venice3 Stars
Calle Fabbri 4696/A - 4697/A Venice 30124
Situated in a splendid location in the heart of Venice, the Gorizia A la Valigia Hotel is just a 3 minute walk from San Marco Square and the Rialto Bridge.
The hotel offers guestrooms that are tastefully furnished and come with modern and comfortable amenities for a relaxing stay.
Guests can begin their day with the delicious breakfast, offered at the breakfast room in a warm and pleasant atmosphere.
At leisure, you can explore the city and its attractions or relax at the lobby, which is also an ideal place to meet friends.
- NOTE: A tax has been imposed by the city for stays beginning 1 October 2012, and will be collected directly at the property. The tax ranges from EUR 1 to EUR 5 per person, per night. The amount has been determined by the local administration, depends on the star rating of hotel and the season of travel. This tax does not apply from the 6th consecutive night of stay onwards, to residents of Venice City and children under 10 years of age. Please note that further exemptions may apply. For additional details on this tax please check with the hotel property at check-in.
- Dining Room
- Safe Deposit Box
- Air Conditioning
- Cable / Satellite TV
- Ensuite / Private Bathroom
Gorizia A La Valigia Hotel Venice Guest Reviews (3)
The location of the hotel is amazing. Once you get used to the tiny alleys in Venice, you'll realize how close this hotel is to every important location. Only 3-5 minutes walk to Rialto and St. Mark's Square. And about 15min to the Ferrovia. The staff is pretty alright. I bet they are just sick of all the tourists crawling around every second. :) The breakfast is simple, but tasty, the basic sausage, ham, cheese, cream cheese selection for ppl who like salty, croissants, fruits, honey and jam for the sweet lovers. The juice was undrinkable (it was from some concentrate, but tasted like it's not mixed with water...ugh). The coffee machines are amazing. Tastye spresso, cappuccino latte macchiatto, cafe latte, hot chocolate, hot milk... yumm. The breakfast room itself is very crowded with tables and chairs but no need to wait for long to get a free seat. The staff at breakfast is very friendly and smiley. The room we had was tiny but very lovely and had a little balcony also. The TV have like 100 channels, but nothing english. :) I don't really know what I was waiting for though in Italy. :) Anyways. Our stay was really nice. And I recommend Gorizia A La Valigia for everybody who cares about location and comfort, but doesn't want to pay a fortune. :)
Athea wrote on August 28, 2012
the worst ever hotel we have ever stayed in our entire lives. Our room key (magnetic) did not work. After a long flight we were tired, but had to deal with this problem with the front desk who did not speak English. After long explanation when they understood the problem, they gave us the master key, which we had to return to the reception every time we went into our room and when we left the room too. It was the 31st Dec night, and we were in a hurry to get ready and go to dinner, and when we were doing just that, suddenly the ceiling just above the master bed started leaking, and splashing water all over the computer which was on the bed directly under the water leak! We again contacted the front desk and lost a lot of time explaining, and finally it stopped leaking. But what they said to us was that it was an ancient building and when guests from above us use the shower it may leak downstairs! What an excuse! We were so inconvenienced and wasted so much precious time. We need to be compensated and want our money back.
Ichi wrote on January 9, 2012
This is not a huge hotel with a bar, a grand canal entrance and all mod cons. But it's a very decent, well placed small venitian hotel which does what it does very well. We shared a triple room with our eight year old and there was plenty of space for us all. There's no resteraunt and nearby places to eat are San Marco prices but that's because your so close which can be a good thing. Would certainly consider going again
Simon Adderley wrote on June 7, 2009
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