Corso del Popolo, 211 - 30172 | Venice Italy
Average price: US$ 37.07
Along the lively Corso del Popolo and near the bus stop for the route to Venice in only ten minutes, the Hotel Delfino appears as a somber building not far from the center of Mestre. The City of Venice is just a few kilometers from Mestre and from one of its hotels: Hotel Delfino. With its central location, well served by public transportation, this is the ideal starting point to reach Venice and its islands. Nearby Treviso and the splendor of the Riviera del Brenta offer the possibility of a vacation in contact with the history and the culture of one of the most beautiful regions of the Italian peninsula.
Hotel Category: First
The hotel personnel is at the total disposition of the clientele to offer quality service and a pleasant stay. The excellent location of the Hotel Delfino places it among the best hotels in Mestre. The surroundings hold areas of great interest integrated with direct tourism services for Venice. Just 10 metres from the interest of the hotel is a stop for bus number 4 leading directly to the lakeside capital and, at approximately 300 metres, the train stations. At the reception desk of the hotel Delfino – open 24 hrs. – information is available on major tours and reservations for guided tours. The conference room seats 40 and offers space and services that can meet the needs of the business clients who will find everything they need at the Hotel Delfino.
The attractive entry with its reception desk is complemented by the modern facilities of the common areas: the restaurant, the TV room and the bar. The relaxed and comfortable atmosphere of its environment gives this property all the necessary qualities for tourism or business.
Just ten kilometers from Venice and one step from the Parco di San Giuliano in Mestre, Hotel Delfino has the best possible location of hotels in Mestre. Reaching Venice within moments by traveling across Ponte della Libertà is an exclusive privilege the hotel offers to its clients. Losing yourself in the streets of Venice is an experience unequalled anywhere in the world. It is a city entirely built on water, surrounded by a splendid lake. A tourist destination par excellence, it is the site of the well-known Piazza San Marco and the Basilica di San Marco with its five spectacular cupola, covered in scintillating golden mosaics. The bas-reliefs that decorate it – representing the months of the year – are surveyed from above the entry door by the four bronze horses, the Cavalli di Bronzo di Costantinopoli. The Palazzo Ducale, former site of the Repubblica Serenissima, is a splendid 15th century palace, today the site of major art exhibits; inside one may visit the rooms Sala del Maggior Consiglio, Scala dei Giganti and the prison, reached by crossing the famous Bridge of Sighs. In front of the Palazzo Ducale (Ducal Palace) is the bell tower Campanile di San Marco, an architectural symbol that made the city famous throughout the world. Approximately 100 meters high, today it is an obligatory stop for viewing Venice from a spectacular perspective. La Basilica della Salute presenta un'ampia forma ottagonale e le meravigliose cupole dipinte dal Tiziano; l'Isola di San Giorgio, affacciata sul bacino di San Marco, si caratterizza per la sua chiesa frutto del genio del Palladio. Il Ponte di Rialto e il vicino mercato celebrano la Venezia più antica immersa nell'atmosfera surreale dei suoi campi e delle sue corti senza tempo. The Basilica della Salute presents a broad octagonal form and marvellous cupolas painted by Titian; Isola di San Giorgio, facing the basin of San Marco, is characterized by its church, inspired by the genius of Palladio. The Ponte di Rialto and the nearby market celebrate ancient Venice immersed in the surreal atmosphere of its fields timeless courts. The enchantment does not end, even on turning toward the surrounding islands. The Lido of Venice, site of the well known Mostra Internazionale di Arte Cinematografica (International Exhibition of Cinematic Art), offers a beautiful seaside with a wealth of beach-side facilities and splendid buildings in the liberty style. Murano is the site of glass art recognized throughout the world, while Burano excels in that of working marble and is distinguished by its houses with their bright colors. Torcello concludes the tour with the ruins of its long-ago splendor: the church Chiesa di Santa Maria Assunta and the noted Trono di Attila. Back on land, it is worthwhile to make a visit to the new Parco di San Giuliano, an immense multifunctional green area facing the lake, part of the environmental reclamation project of the city of Mestre. A few kilometers away, Riviera del Brenta presents its splendid landscape and Palladian villas along the shore.
Among the hotels of Mestre Venezia Hotel Delfino is distinguished by the high number of rooms available: 126 rooms all elegantly furnished and complete with every comfort. Furniture, draperies and bedspreads are all carefully matched. Special attention to the clientele is shown in a comfortable and relaxing environment creating all the basic necessity for a wonderful stay. This includes satellite TV, telephone, in-room refrigerator and air conditioning completing the comfort of these elegant rooms offered in single, double and family versions. Bathrooms are equipped with showers and hair dryers.
The spacious restaurant is convenient for hotel guests who wish to sample the exquisite local and international cuisine.
Services and information about the hotel
Good: 2.8/5Joel - Palmdale, UNITED STATES - 07/23/2013
Parking was not included and cost 10 Euros per day. Room was nice but the automated Air Conditioning system is monitor/controlled by the front desk. We had to call EVERY MORNING (in the middle of our sleep) to have them turn our A/C back on because they turned it off during the night.Wifi was free but signal goes in and out constantly.
V. Good: 3.6/5Graham - Bicester, UNITED KINGDOM - 10/31/2008
We stayed at the Delfino as I was running the Venice marathon. It was ideally located for this. The bus service to and from Venice is excellent with both stops directly in front of the hotel. The reception staff were very friendly and helpful. The restaurant was clean and well run by the friendly staff. The menu was basic but that was all we wanted the first night as we then ate in Venice the rest of the trip. We flew Ryanair into Treviso and again the bus service to and from there was excellent, with the bus stopping at Mestre train station which is about 10mins walk from the hotel. An ideal base for your trip to Venice at a reasonable price.
Good: 3/5Rachel - Dundalk, IRELAND - 04/21/2008
I was very dissapointed to arrive at the Delfino to find it under renovation. At first I thought it ok as we were garuanteed to only have the work going from 10am till 5:30pm. we were quick to discover this was not the case. work would start on days as early as 7am and not finish until 7pm. Also we stood at the hotel bar for and hour before giving up on any service.Our room was immaculate and the staff on the desk were very friendly!I will be putting yes as a recommendation for others but only for when the work is complete and hope that the catering facilities improve. Overall disappointment though.
Good: 3.5/5Richard - Dundonald Belfast Co Antrim, UNITED KINGDOM - 03/30/2008
enjoyed our stay at this hotel. handy for going into and out of Venice, as bus stop is right outside of hotel. breakfast was fine with a good choice to suit all kinds. a bit nosy if staying in a room at the front of the building, althiough the room we stayed in was spotless.
Good: 3.1/5Mairead - Co. Limerick, IRELAND - 11/05/2007
Enjoyed my stay in hotel delfino. This hotel was very clean and breakfast was ok. I travelled with 5 children and didn't find it very child friendly, staff were a little abrupt to children. The location of the hotel was a little far from central Venice, we had to get a bus(which was right outside hotel) to Roma (7 minutes) and then the water bus to central Venice (about 50 minutes) for Adults I feel this would not be a problem. This hotel was quite cheap and reception were very helpful. We left our luggage in hotel on day of departure and unforunately door was left unlocked. Overall the hotel itself was ideal, bedrooms large and spacious and very clean but a little far away with children.
V. Good: 4.5/5Wendy - barnstaple, UNITED KINGDOM - 10/20/2007
the hotel staff were very efficent. The hotel room was very spacious and clean. The staff were very good. would definitely go back. The posistion was great as the bus stop was outside and with a regular service we were in venice in under 10 mins. Also the website was very good and prompt, would definitely use again.