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4-star Venice stay inc Breakfast, Exec Room and Welcome Drink - £44 a night
4-star Venice stay inc Breakfast, Exec Room and Welcome Drink - £44 a night

4-star Venice stay inc Breakfast, Exec Room and Welcome Drink - £44 a night

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The 4-star Golden Tulip Hotel Tritone in Mestre, Venice, is offering a special rate of just £44 (?2) per night (2-night minimum stay). Not only is that the lowest rate for a hotel of this calibre in Venice, but it is also including a FREE upgrade to an Executive Room, a welcome drink, FREE in-room movie and FREE full American breakfast buffet (?2 value).

For stays longer than two nights, you'll pay just £39 (?6) for each additional night.

If you combine this offer with Ryanair's 2p flights, you can DIY a 2-night Venice break for just over £44!

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Good deal, only drawback is that booking is non- refundable on cancellation

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Please note this is mainland Venice and not actually Venice. (It's actually Mestre.)

I used to live in Mestre and it is definitely NOT Venezia (Venice).

The hotel itself is located between Mestre and Marghera (Prositute capital of northewn Italy).
I'd denfitely be wary that the location of the hotel may not be suitable for families.
However this is located very near to the train station and the train services in Italy are fanstastic!

Just my 2 lira (well euros now I guess)

Shima

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It says on trip advisor the location is fantastic to get into Venice, just 10 mins on the train and the hotel is directly opposite the train station.

I've just booked this with 2p flights going Friday - Monday in Jan. Cant wait :-)

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Tulip hotels are normally fairly decent. As already stated, this is not in Venice, it is in Mestre on the mainland. As this is close to the station, you are lucky that you can just go there and get the train to the island, without having to see the rest of Mestre.

Yeah location is great to get to Venice by train, taxi or bus.
But it's worth noting that this is NOT actually in Venice.

But seriously stay the HELL away from Mestre it is well known in Italy as an absolute industrial nightmare.

Shima

Hi where do i need to fly into? is the location ok? ie dangerous as you say shima it s the prostite capital of italy and i wondered if its safe to go out in the evening dont want to bump into any unsavoury characters lol

imortal;3508425

Hi where do i need to fly into? is the location ok? ie dangerous as you … Hi where do i need to fly into? is the location ok? ie dangerous as you say shima it s the prostite capital of italy and i wondered if its safe to go out in the evening dont want to bump into any unsavoury characters lol



It's not dangerous per say but just scummy and literally loads of prostitues near by.
There are 2 options to fly, Marco Polo airport (which is the real Venice airport), or Traviso.
Traviso is about 40mins drive down the road, but there is a fiarly decent bus service which takes you to Mestre. But bare in mind this is all extra cost and time, when you should be on holiday. But you do get to see some countryside on the journey.... :whistling:

Going out in Venice (the waterways/island) is absolutely fine, there are a lot of pick pockets but you get that in every major city (right).

Going out in Mestre is absolutely fine, very child friendly up until the early hours. Just don't go out of the city center :thumbsup:

However do NOT go to Marghera, there is nothing there apart from our equivilent of council estates, industrial facilities and of course the unsavoury ones!

This is still a good deal in my opinion, but wanted to give a little local knowledge :-D

Shima

Hot from me. Wish I could go:cry:

sounds canny and we wanna book (just 2 adults)..

i like north east, so where do RA fly from in this instance

All, where can I find the Deal on here for Ryanair's 2p flights???

This sounds well interesting for my missus 30th

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Anyone know of any direct flights from the midlands?

shimagoza;3513115

It's not dangerous per say but just scummy and literally loads of … It's not dangerous per say but just scummy and literally loads of prostitues near by.Shima



Well thats sold it for me, Venice here i come.

shimagoza;3505400

Please note this is mainland Venice and not actually Venice. (It's … Please note this is mainland Venice and not actually Venice. (It's actually Mestre.)I used to live in Mestre and it is definitely NOT Venezia (Venice).The hotel itself is located between Mestre and Marghera (Prositute capital of northewn Italy).I'd denfitely be wary that the location of the hotel may not be suitable for families.However this is located very near to the train station and the train services in Italy are fanstastic!Just my 2 lira (well euros now I guess)Shima


Thank you, rep added!

Do any Scottish aiports offer a direct service to Venice.

I've stayed one night there before joining a cruise out of Venice. OK hotel and that's a good price. A few OK restaurants in the area and it is very convenient for the station but it's certainly not a holiday area! Taxi around 30 Euros from Marco Polo airport and similar into Venice if you don't want train. If you really want to 'experience' Venice as a destination in itself you'd really have to stay in the city and accept that everything is a rip off (but maybe some better deals well out of season).

Ryanair don't go to Marco Polo - what they call Venice is a long way out, but if it's super cheap..... BA and BMI have a bit of a monopoly from UK and are very expensive (but check Easyjet?). Try looking at Lufthansa via Frankfurt, especially if you're near a UK regional airport they serve. I think we paid around £130 return from Birmingham vs about £600 quoted by BMI and BA! Flight cost is probably the biggest issue for Venice - it's not like a cheapie to Spain.

£96 for tickets & room

£144 to renew our passports

Where do Ryanair fly from, can only find Liverpool?

ryanair - Liverpool & Stansead to treviso, easyjet East Midlands to Marco Polo. The only way I've found from Scotland is Easyjet to Marco Polo via Belfast!

Easyjet from Gatwick too.

ppl looking at a weekend away might want to consider staying in treviso (where ryanair flies into). its a beautiful little town, known to be one of the more well-off areas of italy. not heaps to see, but not the tourist rip off that venice can be. (although everyone should see venice at least once)

shimagoza;3513115

It's not dangerous per say but just scummy and literally loads of … It's not dangerous per say but just scummy and literally loads of prostitues near by.There are 2 options to fly, Marco Polo airport (which is the real Venice airport), or Traviso.Traviso is about 40mins drive down the road, but there is a fiarly decent bus service which takes you to Mestre. But bare in mind this is all extra cost and time, when you should be on holiday. But you do get to see some countryside on the journey.... :whistling:Going out in Venice (the waterways/island) is absolutely fine, there are a lot of pick pockets but you get that in every major city (right).Going out in Mestre is absolutely fine, very child friendly up until the early hours. Just don't go out of the city center :thumbsup:However do NOT go to Marghera, there is nothing there apart from our equivilent of council estates, industrial facilities and of course the unsavoury ones! :pThis is still a good deal in my opinion, but wanted to give a little local knowledge :-DShima



Thank you for the detailed information, good to know!
Lily

ultrakev;3513917

Do any Scottish aiports offer a direct service to Venice.



I don't believe so; certainly when we were there last year we had to fly from East Midlands (IIRC).

For those thinking about a trip to Venice an off-the-beaten-track place to visit is the Armenian monastery of San Lazzaro which is on a small island in the lagoon. They have a museum which just contains... well... stuff. Lots of stuff, a fairly eclectic mix and some of it is remarkable. The guided tours are interesting and the guides are all massively multilingual. It's main advantage is that it's not one of the big draws... A few links at en.wikipedia.org/wik…eni

It reminds me of Sir John Soane's museum in London in some ways, which has to be the ultimate deal - a massive amount of stuff to see, no admission fee and the audioguide is available as MP3s to download onto your own MP3 player. For the lover of eclectic museums there's none finer or cheaper! soane.org/

calathea;3513444

Well thats sold it for me, Venice here i come.



LMAO!!! :-D

ultrakev;3513917

Do any Scottish aiports offer a direct service to Venice.



No, although from next May to September Jet2 will be flying a direct route from Edinburgh to Marco Polo. Not of any use for this particular deal but useful to know.

yes anyone know any direct flights from midlands ?

flappa7;3514516

ryanair - Liverpool & Stansead to treviso, [SIZE="4"][COLOR="Red"]easyjet … ryanair - Liverpool & Stansead to treviso, [SIZE="4"][COLOR="Red"]easyjet East Midlands to Marco Polo.[/COLOR][/SIZE] The only way I've found from Scotland is Easyjet to Marco Polo via Belfast!



imortal;3519138

yes anyone know any direct flights from midlands ?

Venice is spectacular. We went for a week and had no problems at all, felt far less intimidating than many other places I have been e.g Paris. It was a lifetime experience for me. But, like most places........the more you find out before you go then the more you will enjoy it. It was superb

shimagoza;3505400

(Prositute capital of northewn Italy).Shima


Sold.

I'll have some of that!!!

I have stayed in a hotel near this one before and found the location easy to get into actual venice....great deal... anyone knows of any cheap flights to venice from east midlands or birmingham???

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