Queen Venice Restaurant / Campo San Simone Grande, Venice

Santa Croce 932 Campo San Simone Grande, Venice 30135
average 442 votes
2.9
Tips from the Net @ Queen Venice Restaurant
Gray Noonkester en
If anyone is looking for a great deal on hotels you can check it out on HotelRaven. com Booked a room on there and they had the best rates around... What a wonderful hotel. Excellent service, conveniently located near but not next to the train station and it's on the Grande canal. We were offered an upgrade and got a room with a terrace. One morning we missed breakfast and came down asking only for a coffee but they set up a lovely breakfast spread for us. The staff really went above and beyond. I will stay here every time I come to Venice. GooglePlace - August 2017
John Ney en
Enjoyed complimentary breakfast. Fast, friendly staff who are service oriented. Clean rooms. Provided a wonderful reception for our athletes and family the first night we came. Fun tour guide. Will be back. GooglePlace - August 2017
Ahna Herke en
What a wonderful hotel. Excellent service, conveniently located near but not next to the train station and it's on the Grande canal. We were offered an upgrade and got a room with a terrace. One morning we missed breakfast and came down asking only for a coffee but they set up a lovely breakfast spread for us. The staff really went above and beyond. I will stay here every time I come to Venice. GooglePlace - July 2017
Berk K tr
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Bruce Haydon en
Comfortable, well-appointed waterfront hotel close to the train station and the Rialto Bridge. Mid-size outdoor breakfast area facing canal, allowing you to have coffee in the morning while watching the boat traffic go by. Breakfast was the best out of all the hotels visited in Italy on the trip, with a wide selection of breads, dairy, meats and hot items. Staff was very friendly. CONS: Like most Italian hotels, you have to place your room card in a slot in the wall to turn power and A/C on, meaning whenever you leave your room (since you need card to open door), your whole room shuts down. This really is a pain when you are trying to charge items, meaning you have to actually be in the room with them to keep power on to have items charge. Also means you come back to a hot room at the end of the day. It's not a huge thing, but I would just expect more from a high-end hotel then this kind of penny-pinching. GooglePlace - July 2017