Hotel Excelsior LidoVenice, Venice, Italy - save 50%
Accommodation in a Classic Double room, including buffet breakfast.Also included in this offer is guaranteed complimentary upgrade to Deluxe Patio View room in...... more
Accommodation in a Classic Double room, including buffet breakfast.Also included in this offer is guaranteed complimentary upgrade to Deluxe Patio View room in April and May, 30% discount on food and beverage in the hotel's outlets, a complimentary aperitif per person in the Blue Bar, Wi-Fi, as well as shuttle boat every 30 minutes to St Marco Square and back.Please note that there is a city tax of Euro5 per person per day to be payed directly to the hotel.This offer is available for stays between April and June 2014 and is based on two adults only. Please note that this hotel is pet friendly but only small-sized pets up to 7kg may stay in the hotel. Please contact the hotel directly prior to your arrival to arrange.Travel is not included.The discount:We advertise this offer at up to 50% off. We calculate this discount percentage based on the rates we offer compared to the best available rate. An example of our top discount is:On 04/05/2014, two people may book a one-night stay in a Deluxe Patio View room (inclusions as noted above) and will pay £166 per room, per night, compared to the best available rate of £331 per room, per night. Based on this calculation, by booking with Secret Escapes, you will save 50%.The discounts, price and availability stated above were checked on 02/04/2014.The offer is 100% non-refundable and date changes are not possible once the booking has been made.
DK Eyewitness Top 10 Travel Guide: Venice - Gillian Price
Paperback. Pub Date: 2011 Pages: 160 Publisher: Dorling Kindersley DK Eyewitness Top 10 Travel Guide Venice will lead you straight to the very best of...... more
Paperback. Pub Date: 2011 Pages: 160 Publisher: Dorling Kindersley DK Eyewitness Top 10 Travel Guide Venice will lead you straight to the very best of this Waterborne city From The meandering Canals to the world-class art galleries; this guide is your perfect pocket-sized companion. Rely on dozens of Top 10 lists - from the Top 10 unmissable palazzos and villas and the Top 10 most beautiful churches to the Top 10 ways to explore hidden Venice. there's even a list of the Top 10 things to avoid! The guide is divided by area: the Northern Lagoon; the Southern Lagoon and VeniceLido; and. Padua. Vicenza and Verona. You'll find restaurant reviews for every area. as well as recommendations for luxury hotels. bars and places to shop. You'll also find the insider knowledge every visitor needs to explore every corner of Venice effortlessly in the DK Eyewitness Top 10 Travel Guide Ven...
Advantages: Great location, comfortable, quiet, secure Disadvantages: Single bedroom a little basic
...e big luxury hotels in the Venice Lido for 2 or 3 nights as they were available at incredibly low prices, this being early December, the lowest end of the low season for Venice. He shrugged his shoulders and said it would indeed be a bargain but the Lido would be like a ghost town at this time of year and we would soon get fed up with taking the water bus over to Venice every day. He told us that a f...
Advantages: Great hotel, great location? Disadvantages: Perhaps too big!
...Last year in the Sunday supplements I read about the new Hilton Hotel that had just opened in Venice and they had comments on the wonderful views and the roof terrace.
As we had booked to visit Venice in March of this year, and had been several times before this was an opportunity to see another view of Venice from a different area.
I had read that it is a large hotel and thinking about...
Advantages: Location, decor and super-efficient concierge Disadvantages: Pricey for some
...The Londra Palace is one of the oldest hotels in Venice, having first opened its doors in 1860. Perhaps its most famous visitor, at least in terms of what he did there, was the Russian composer Tchaikovsky who actually wrote his Fourth Symphony there. Having just heard a rendition of this work by the London Philharmonic Orchestra in Torino it somehow seemed appropriate to stay there...