It is a small, nondescript hotel.nothing fancy but utility types.once you are back to your hotel after a hard days travel ,you need a clean and a relaxing place...it's that sort of a place.....one could check out their YouTube videos too before deciding
What more do you need? Hotel Garibaldi offered us a larger than expected (by European standards) room which was quiet, clean and comfortable. Breakfast was more than adequate by any standards and the location of the hotel, right off the A1, made it very easy to access. The…
Convenient and functional hotel on the outskirts of Padua with free wifi. Pleasant neighbourhood nearby to wander around. Some good restaurants within walking distance. Breakfast is basic but included in the room rate.
Hotel Garibaldi is situated in a strategic position to visit Padua and Venice. The hotel offers spacious rooms equipped with Wi-Fi, air-conditioning, minibar, hairdryer in the bathroom and a LCD TV with football and cinema channels. The best part about the hotel is that there is…
This is a basic hotel, moderately clean, easy access, and helpful staff. But it does lack some of the touches I look for in a hotel; it was not uncomfortable but nothing special really. I decided that I could spend. 10 euros more and get a really comfortable room at another…
"Ask for a room on higher floors. Insist on a room without leaky, moldy walls. They always say there are no other rooms available."
"Reception knows which rooms have better WiFi coverage, if you need Internet access from mobile device you might ask about that."
"Get a room away from the front of the hotel if you are a light sleeper (traffic)."
"Like in most cities, the public transportation connections are not well described, so it's worth knowing you can uses bus lines 10, 12 and 18 (12 runs on holidays, 18 on working days), and you need to get off at the Ippodromo stop, or even better - look for the hotel itself, because stops are not announced and there is no map on the bus - it's to the left if you come from Padua train station, or to the right, if you come from Treviso or the Treviso airport. Another important tip - if you come from Treviso with bus No 1, you can get off directly in front of the hotel - you don't need to go to the bus/train station first, and then go back with the other buses. But you have to be vigilent :-) or maybe warn the driver where you are going: the Ippodromo station near Ponte di Brenta, I doubt he will know the hotel itself."
"Try to choose rooms on the first n second floors"