The one redeeming thing this hotel has going for it is it´s close proximity to the beach... but so has EVERY hotel in Jesolo. The management seems to be holding on to the memory of its glory when established shortly after WW2. That also appears to be the last time it was renovated.
They seem to be fairly up-to-date.. there is even one of those new-fangled VHS VCR machines hooked up to the tv in the lounge area!
There is a rickety small elevator, so pack sparingly. Holds two people with no luggage.
The numbering of the rooms is erratic. G_d forbid if you´re exiled to the 'Lost Wing'.
Bare bones room. Don´t expect a chocolate on your pillow or turn-down service.
Our room had not been properly cleaned (and there was gross evidence that the commode had been used by the previous occupant.)
The TV had no audio. I requested replacement or repair three times during our stay. It was still mute at our checkout. So much for customer satisfaction.
Breakfast.. sparse. We hoofed it across the street to a small cafe for something a little more filling.
All in all, the management doesn´t seem to care if they receive repeat business. They certainly won´t receive mine.
Jesolo is a booming resort area and I don´t expect they have much trouble filling rooms.More