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Minotel Aurora ★★★
Este hotel, restaurado en el 2002, tiene 3 plantas y dispone de un total de 28 habitaciones, 1 de ellas suite. En el acogedor hall de entrada le espera un área de recepción abierta las 24 horas del día, ascensores y una caja fuerte. Asimismo, cuenta con un bonito comedor para desayunar. A disposición de los huéspedes también hay conexión a Internet, una sala de televisión y un sótano para guardar bicicletas. Asimismo, podrá aparcar su vehículo en el aparcamiento del propio hotel. Para completar todas estas prestaciones, puede disfrutar del servicio de habitaciones.
Condiciones de Compra del Minotel Aurora
Horario de entrada07:00 hs
Horario de salida11:00 hs
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Bueno quisimos pasar el fin de año 2012 en Venezia! elegir esta ciudad Mestre nos parecia una buena idea, ya que esta a 10 minutos de Venecia en bus publico, dejar el coche y ahorrarnos 5 euros la hora en el parking de Venecia no esta nada mal, compras un ticket de 24h de transporte publico por 20 euros y recorres toda Venecia en baporetto:estacion-plaza san marco-murano-burano,etc y vas y vuelves en bus a Mestre,en este hotel nos cobraron por una habitacion triple 100 euros por el dia 30 de dic. y 170 euros por el dia 31 dic. mas la tasa turistica 1'50 por persona y dia en metalico y 8 euros por el parking cada dia, el precio de la habitacion fue abusiva teniendo en cuenta la calidad de este hotel, es un poco pobre,se duerme bien y el desayuno deja mucho que desear y el Capuchino no es Capuchino, es capu.....chino, malo!!! cuando llegamos en el baño habia tres cucarachas, pero despues no salieron mas. por 60 o 70 euros estaria bien, pero lo que nos cobraron a nosotros nos parecio un robo, pero fuimos a todos los hoteles y no habia habitacion libre para el 31 de dic. osea Hotel Aurora o nada!!!
Haber elegido estar en Mestre fue una buena opción, ya que estas a solo 15 minutos de Venecia y durante el resto del tiempo podes disfrutar de un pueblo muy tranquilo. La ubicación del hotel es muy buena, frente a la parada de ómnibus y a solo 100 metros del centro de la ciudad. La atención recibida fue buena, los dueños del hotel son muy amables. Lo recomiendo! La decoración de los cuartos es muy fría, la verdad que es una pena ya que desmerece al hotel que es mucho mas que lo que se ve. La ducha es minima y lo mas gracioso es que el baño es enorme, hay un montón de espacio desaprovechado, no se entiende por que?
The hotel is away from the station but right next to the city centre/square with shops, bars & restaurants just a few steps away. I took a cab from rail station to the hotel (about 11€). It's a budget hotel with a bit of a plasticky feel so don't expect Egyptian cotton sheets Persian wool carpets or teak furnishings, but it had everything that was needed, was very clean and everything worked. The Mainland Chinese staff were unfailingly pleasant and helpful, providing a map and local information, and generally being friendly. Breakfast is the usual buffet with OK cappuccino on request, and rooms had air conditioning and bidet etc. Despite the foam mattress I had my best sleeps for 2 weeks. There is free wifi that was a little unreliable during my stay. The TV had channels in various languages but sadly the only Englih language station I could find was the dumbed down giggling goons of the BBC. There were plenty of functioning plugs for charging up appliances. From the street behind the hotel, the no2 bus runs to the Mestre rail station and then on into Venice. Right outside the hotel, 4 buses/ hour are scheduled to run into Venice. This bus service is adequate but a little overcrowded. The bus to the airport is an easy 10 min walk away (no.15, abt 25 mins). On certain days there is a creditable general market in the surrounding streets. Mestre is everything that Venice isn't. The buildings may be contemporary but it is spacious and easy to get around in, and relaxed with plenty of local life going on day and night in the square and the zippy uncrowded bars.
Nice clean hotel in a good part of Mestre. A handy place to stay for Venice. The room we stayed in was a little old fashioned but was clean and had all that was needed for a short stay. Good breakfast and friendly staff. Not luxurious by any means but perfectly adequate and good value for money.
A única coisa boa é a localização do hotel, pois em frente passa o ônibus que vai para Veneza, bem próximo fica o ponto do ônibus que vai para o aeroporto Marco Polo e localiza-se perto de bons restaurantes, bares e cafeterias de Mestre. O hotel é antigo, com instalações ruins, com pouco conforto e sem comodidades.
Just spent a couple of nights here during the mini heatwave mid June. Thank god for the free aircon which ran constantly for both nights, otherwise sleep would've been unlikely. Although a good stroll to the main railway station the Aurora is well located at the North end of Piazza Ferretto only 100 metres from the Old Clock / Bell Tower. There are plenty of shops, bars, restaraunts, gelataria, and bus stops. etc. The breakfast was typical continental fayre with fruit, yoghurt, cereals, juice and real coffee. (No decaff). The young Chinese couple who appear to run the place, are friendly and always on hand to help out. There's wi-fi, although we didn't try it. The TV shows 2 channels, one Spanish, one French. There's a mini fridge and free safe in the room. (Big enough for a notebook but NOT a laptop - ALSO read the PIN setting instructions carefully as I locked myself out of it twice - Doh !) There are no tea or coffee making facilities in the room and my request for an iron and board got a shrug. Feel free to contact me for directions as some of the hotel sites (Minotel etc) show an incorrect location on their site map. There is also another Hotel in Mestre called Nuova Aurora which is confusing. (We had a street map of Mestre.) Transport. - Well worth buying the imob card which gives you hop on / hop off travel on all the buses (to and from Venice) and the vaparetto water buses. Can also include to and from Marco Polo airport - see Venice Connected website for the various options. My free travel info - #1 - We were there for 3 days but bought a 48 hour pass and started using it around midday day 1. When we tried to use it during the 47th hour on day 3 however, it came up invalid on the validation machine. I guess this means the 48 hours runs from the purchase time not the initial validation time, so buy your ticket immediately before travel. There seems to be little or no saving buying online, and we saw huge queues in Venice particularly in front of the collection machines at the main station. #2 - We got less value for money on day 2 as there was a one day public transport strike. This virtually stopped all buses and the vaporettos ran a minimum service which meant long queues, packed boats and frayed tempers. Strikes are probably rare but check the news sites before you buy your ticket. #3 - There is a left luggage office at both Mestre and Venice rail stations. (5 Euros for 5 hours then 70 cents per hour for the 6th to 12th hours etc). It's a LONG deposit queue in Venice at the weekends and when the cruise ships are disembarking, so go early or use Mestre. (Collection is much faster in both.) #4 - There is no fast ticket machine at Mestre for the short train hop to Venice. (Absolute genious planning !) - Again, this is a long queue so buy your undated single journey tickets all at once. #5 - If flying to / from Treviso, the ATVO coach from Roma bus station will be busy so don't wait for the last one ! - Why not leave early and do a day trip in Treviso itself. There's no left luggage IN the airport but there is a place over the road by Bar Aeroporto. #6 - While chatting to fellow departing tourists in the Airport bus queues, I was amazed how many of them still had days worth of wasted credit on their travel cards. I always pass my London travel cards onto fellow travellers, (as I did with my spare Mestre Rail tickets). It'll give you a warm glow inside. (Anyone travelling on a tight budget might consider making a direct appeal to the folks in the airport bus queues themselves !) Enjoy -
We booked an overnight stay at this hotel prior to catching a cruise ship from Venice. The reviews sounded ok and the price was right for us - a middle aged couple. We took the ACTV bus from Venice Marco Polo airport and (according to the map) the bus dropped us off just a block away. Well, the drivers instructions and the map were both a little incorrect. We spent 1 hour dragging 2 large suitcases around trying to find the hotel, we asked several locals and no one seemed to know exactly where this hotel was, we finally asked someone who happened to have a cell-phone on which he was able to get directions and took us directly to the front door. I will warn you that it is a little hard to find but well worth it when you do. The hotel is not overly fancy, but it is clean, the staff welcoming and the continental breakfast was just superb. We arrived before the check-in time but were told that we could store our cases behind the desk and shown a toilet where we could freshen up. The desk staff gave us directions to Mestre square - just around the corner -which was totally pedestrianised and had shops and restaurants etc.Nice area to stroll around after a supper - very safe with lots of families strolling around as well.The staff also directed us to a really nice restaurant with excellent food for our evening meal. They were very accommodating and so pleasant. Our room was lovely and clean, good beds, clean bathroom and very quiet. In the morning rather than take a bus to the cruise ship dock in Venice we opted for a taxi - not very bright as it cost us almost as much as the hotel room - but it did get us there quickly and we didn't have to pull luggage behind us. Next time to Venice area we will stay again
Stayed here four nights, booked two double rooms. We were given rooms with the air conditioning not working and in temperatures of 35 C could not get any sleep. The owner -manager was patronising and told us to lie down and all would be fine. On further complaining a fan was produced. We could have moved out but for the fact a day would be waisted. Breakfast was lacking and poor quality, hygiene very poor. On the plus side there were good eating places near by.
The first night in this hotel was already a distaster. Just about everything in the bathroom was broken: the shower head, the shower itself, the dust bin. In addition, the sink didn't flow, the shower area was awfully ditry and the breakfast was low quality. The hotel personell made repeated hints towards a compensation for the bad experience, but eventually there was no compensation. Don't recommend anyone to go here.
The Aurora Hotel is a great base to stay when visiting Venice.The staff where very helpfull and nothing was a problem to them.Breakfast was ok.Nothing Fancy but enough choice for all.hotel is close to the main square where you can find a very good wine bar but beware it closes early and a couple of good places to eat.Bus stop was around the corner and the hotel sold the bus passes.The rooms where clean and large enough but the shower was a bit on the small side.
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