Alloggi Gerotto Calderan
Lonely Planet review
Cheap and chipper, this hotel is handily located over a bookshop near the train station in lively Campo San Geremia. Rooms are compact with clean bathrooms, in-room internet access, and twee coverlets; some rooms have traditional Venetian rosebud-painted headboards and bow-legged bedstands.
Our independent authors have visited Alloggi Gerotto Calderan and selected this as one of our recommended guesthouses in Venice.
Services & facilities
- Free internet access
- Free Wi-Fi
- Internet access
Description provided by property
Alloggi Gerotto Calderan is composed by 2 houses so there are many different types of room.We have single, double, triple and quad rooms. Thay can be small, standard or superior and some of them have view on the square (Campo San Geremia).We have 2 houses: in both buildings there is a curfew at 1:00 a.m..No breakfast.free Wi FiCancellation policy: 72hrs before arrival time, if you cancel too late we charge the first night price.Please note: Payment only by cash, on arrival.Please advice about arrival time.Check-in time: from 2.00 PMCheck-out time: until 10.00 AM.Lock-Out Time for Dormitories: 10 AM to 2 PM- Children who are more than 2 years old pay as an adult.- Dorms are only for people under 35 years old- No lift in our buildingsPlease Note:From 24/08/11 the municipality of Venice obliges every hotel to charge every guest an extra City Tax.The amount is of 2 euros per person per night during the high season.During low season the amount is 1,40 euro per person per night.
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