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Monaco & Quisisana Hotel
Ranked #130 of 250 Hotels in Jesolo
winsford cheshire
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6 reviews
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“breakfast”
Reviewed 8 December 2013

we stayed at this hotel in july again rd time in 6 years
if there was a problem with the breakfast mr g sorted it
but you can have has much or has little has you like and
re the egg situation when we stayed the eggs were on a try at the side so you could help yourself
if none were ready you waited and yes mr g only liked you taking one this was due to the other people in the line waiting to long
but he didn't stop you going back for another if u wished

Room Tip: pay for sea view high floors what a view when you opened the shutters in a morning
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  • Stayed July 2013, travelled with family
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London, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 4 November 2013

Myself and family stayed at this hotel 3 years running, last visit was August 2013, the standards have dropped, at breakfast this year you could only have one pancake each, and only available after 8am...how odd is that!. my 9 year old loves pancakes for breakfast, she was disappointed with one tiny little pancake, my husband and I had to get one for her as well, considering we had paid for half board and not a greedy family I was discussed and made to feel greedy, she didn't have anything else on her plate. After dinner on the first evening we didn't fancy desert, the dinning area was way too hot, (no aircon on) so decided we would take an apple each and eat it in the outside area, we were told by the rude owner (he is about 80 and should have retired by now) NO YOU CAN NOT TAKE FOOD OUTSIDE, which was not true as eat outside during the day. then to top the lot the air con broke down, 38 degrees outside and hotter in, Dull hotel with no entertainment. However I must add the Manager (female) was lovely, shame the owner wont listen to her.

Room Tip: no fitness centre or children's activities, great location, poor attitude from the owner
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  • Stayed August 2013, travelled with family
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leeds
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Reviewed 2 October 2013

Spent a week in this hotel during the last week of the season September 2013. The rooms were pleasant enough but the bathrooms were a bit old with chipped tiles and the plumbing system needs an overhaul as it was very noisy at times and we could hear when the next door room put their shower on and it even made noises in the night. The air conditioning units dripped all one night and day which was a bit annoying as it was like being back in rainy Britain.
The staff were helpful and pleasant and the food was plentiful which lots of variety to suit most tastes. The evening meal was finished by 9 o'clock so if you like to eat late then it's not the hotel for you.
We borrowed the hotel bikes almost every day leaving a refundable 5 euro deposit and as the surrounding area is almost completely flat it makes for very easy cycling.

Room Tip: Many rooms just look out onto the other hotel very close by. We were lucky and looked out to the sea...
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  • Stayed September 2013, travelled as a couple
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Yorkshire
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Reviewed 21 September 2013

Stayed here three years ago for just one night with a pal of mine but this year decided to return for a rather traditional family holiday with wife and two children (nearly 15 and just 13). My 13 year old son took one look at the view of the terrace, pool and sea at the back of the hotel and pronounced it 'awesome'. The hotel is, a bit like Venice (very easily do-able as a day trip by public transport), a somewhat fading glory. The lobby and bar are really quite stylish (though the bar was rarely attended and expensive, so we stopped using it). The rooms and bathrooms were adequate: a slight problem with the bath plug was reported to our Thomson rep and immediately mended. The shower was powerful and the air conditioning worked well. Overall, though, the place felt like it would have been a palace compared to the competition when it was new (perhaps 45 years ago?) but was now in need of a refurbishment to the bedrooms.

The pool area is very pleasant - probably as good as it gets in the resort and the pool bar was good and reasonable value - about half the price of the expensive main bar in the hotel. Sun-lounger hire is EUR 3 per day which annoyed me slightly until I realised that this charge pales into insignificance when you are paying EUR 9 for half a litre of wine, EUR 5 for 92cl of mineral water and EUR 8 for two small bottles of Pago fruit juice every evening in the restaurant. It all mounts up!

Turning to the restaurant: dinner is served from 1930 to 2100. This means you really want to be there shortly after 1930 and certainly no later than 2000, as it is a buffet and when Mr Giannetti decides people have finished their starters, the starter buffet is cleared. This is not really a problem, however, as you will be punctual, for the simple reason that the food varies from good to truly outstanding. There was a great deal of lobster, scallops, prawns, squid and other excellent fish and crustaceans. There were always at least three pasta dishes, varying from merely good to sublime (they were cooked in reasonably small batches for a large crowd, therefore they did not go soggy). Then there were large, baked fish, deep fried squid rings, chicken, guinea fowl, duck, saltimbocca and two or three roast meat joints. I didn't try the meat as the fish and fowl were so good and the weather was a bit warm for roast pork etc. Genuinely, it was all pretty impressive and the at-table drinks service improved once the waiter realised you wanted a 'standing order' in place for every evening.

Breakfast was all-encompassing. Hams, salamis, cheese, fruit, yoghurt, cereal, doughnuts, full English (not bad at all for Italy). It would be very easy to over-eat.

We got the impression that many people come back here year in year out. To my surprise, since we had not done a package holiday for at least 10 years, I thoroughly enjoyed this hotel and, particularly, the food. Once you hit your rhythm, it becomes very relaxing. Although you have to eat light at lunchtime (which is not the Italian way!) following a proper breakfast (unheard of in Italy) and ahead of a very large evening meal, this is really the only way they could offer half-board of this standard.

In terms of cost, our 14 night holiday for four with Thomson cost about £4,400 for flights, transfers and accommodation for the last two weeks of August. If we had just slobbed by the pool all the time, and not bothered with lunch (we could just about have done this), we could probably have kept the overall cost down to about £5,000. As it was, including lunch in a restaurant every day, sun-lounger and pedalo-hire, drinks, ice creams etc., a week's car-hire with a tank of diesel, trips to Venice, Burano, Treviso, Cortina d'Ampezzo and Lake Garda, with some water-ski-ing thrown in, we spent about £7,000 all-in. That may be why people nowadays prefer renting a 'villa' and doing everything themselves but it's not as restful as a hotel like this.

Finally, I should add that all the staff were extremely efficient and polite and that the hotel offers free bicycles to allow you to explore the resort. The special evenings of entertainment, however, leave much to be desired.

  • Stayed August 2013, travelled with family
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South Wales
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Reviewed 21 September 2013

My wife and I stayed here for a week; Sept 13th to 20th. As other reviews have mentioned, the hotel is tired, and in need of some reconfiguring and updating.
PROS: staff are all well dressed and helpful, though one receptionist needs to chill out. Food is excellent - the vegetables are actually cooked! However the point about one egg for breakfast is well made, and quite baffling. We paid for a sea view, and the latter was superb. Shop and bar access Is second to none for this or any other holiday resort. Grounds, pool, and beach access are unbeatable. At the start of the holiday you are assigned a table for the evening meal, and this is yours for the duration, so no queuing, it is always pristine, and if you don't finish your wine etc, it is waiting for you the next evening. Rooms contain a free safe. Lifts are modern, quiet, and quick. The room facilities include two lush white towelling robes and slippers. Bathroom towels are comprehensive, and changed daily.
CONS: this hotel comprises two joined-up buildings, its actual name is Monaco & Quisisana so go figure its origins. The building we stayed in holds the small bar area, and an entrance to the combined (for the two buildings) dining area: however entrance or exit to this restaurant from our 'side' was verboten. To get to the restaurant needed a short trek over the hotel's own 'Bridge of Sighs' that links the two buildings. Beds around the pool cost 3 Euros each per day, but this includes a towel. Payment and towelling collection is at Reception. These towels cannot be taken onto the beach, so you need to take your own anyway. The 'eggs at breakfast' has been mentioned, but the lads who cook them and fry bacon and sausage need a refresher course. At one session I was told there were no fried gags, and standing there with a plate of bacon, beans, and sausage, I was told to "go away and come back when the egg were ready" Really? On the day before departure the manager threw a poolside party. Drinks were served, and nibbles provided, nothing was said. Why can't this party be given earlier in the week, and be used as a 'meet the staff' occasion? We only saw arrivals and departures on a Friday so no excuse there. The rooms are dated, especially the bathroom. I had to do some metalworking on our front door to get the deadlock to work. The walls are thin, I didn't need to turn my TV on, my neighbour was very obliging - from 07:00 onwards! The reception will exchange Sterling for Euros, commission free. However at a rate of one euro to the pound. Bearing in mind you can get 1.13 euros to the pound at The Black Cat bar commission free, the hotel is in effect charging a commission of 13%.
Otherwise: this was end of season, but none of the hotel' shortcomings can be explained by that fact. I hope they use the closed season to iron out these problems, but an hotel-wide refurb will take a lot longer than that.

Room Tip: Sea view, worth the extra!
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  • Stayed September 2013, travelled as a couple
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Slough (England)
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Reviewed 15 September 2013

Just returned from a week at this Hotel and I want to give a realistic review of it.

Let me say firstly that we had a nice relaxing holiday and we love Italy and the lifestyle.

So let's start at the beginning.
On arrival 13 steps up to the main reception. No ramp. No porter. Not great for any elderly ladies or gentlemen traveling alone. Strangely there was a porter provided to take your bags down the steps when we left (tips not included!). Reception area very good and no problems with check-in.
As others have mentioned this is 2 Hotels joined together by a covered walkway. We had room 19 in the right hand side part. I don't think anyone knew what one is the Monaco and what one is the Quisisana. The room was on the 2nd floor in the corner position facing the road. No real complaints with this other than there was no window or ventilation in the bathroom and the bedroom ceiling was poorly painted and patched up. There was no tea making facility either. Lost count of how many times we said "you know what, I could do with a nice cup of tea now".
I think we would take a travel kettle in future. We had a big balcony with a side sea view and facing the road was no problem as it is pretty quiet. I understand that the corner rooms are slightly bigger than the other rooms. One lady had one of the "wet rooms". Her drain plug blocked on her first night and she had to use all her towels to mop it up.
Pool area very good but pool very cold and not heated (cut backs?).

Food. Where to start?
Breakfast. 1 fried egg only per person. A rule strictly enforced. I believe a German guy asked for 2 eggs and Mr G had his air-conditioning turned off for the rest of the week! (joke) but I could almost believe it would happen. Strange practice and a big talking point among the guests. Scrambled eggs turned up at random intervals during the week but you can have as many boiled eggs as you liked? Queued to get into breakfast on Thursday and food was luke-warm.
Dinner. Yes a massive choice available and a lot of it is very good, but not all. My steak on Monday was very chewy but I also had the best Pork Ribs ever. The Baked Chicken was very good as well. A massive choice of Sea food on offer and lost count of how many ways they can cook Octopus and squid. You can have Blue Shark, Red fish? Tuna, Salmon, Cuttlefish and on and on plus Beef, Pork, Turkey and Veal. The desert situation has been mentioned before. I can only suggest that you pick up your desert first and then get your starter to avoid disappointment. Lobster did not make an appearance this week (cut backs?). By the way I believe the reason you are allocated tables is so that you don't sit next to new holiday friends and talk. If you are talking you are not eating and that means that dinner service would not be finished on time. Nothing must be allowed to interfere with the military running of the service. Yes, the plates are cleared away quickly, perhaps a little too quickly at times.
The Hotel poolside eatery was expensive and little used. The little cafe on the beech directly over from the hotel is excellent. 1x Panini 4x Cappuccino's and 2x cakes for 11.5 euro's.

Mr G. 82 years old I am told, and there at every meal service. The boys at the hot food counter at dinner are super efficient. Mostly because he is standing just feet away. They do not even give you a chance to read the tags on the dishes to decide what you would like before they are on you. The whole Hotel is run with German efficiency by Italians which makes it all a little soulless.
No music anywhere. One Cocktail evening on Thursday (bit naff). Staff are polite and efficient but you can fell Mr G's touch in everything. Some reports say he is very good to his staff other reports say they are not so happy.
Perhaps Thomson's should have a word about Mr G. He seems to crop up in almost every review you look at going back to 2009 and not always in a good way. It cannot be right for a Hotel manager to crop up so often in reviews. They are usually never seen.

Trips. Verona and Lake Garda Tuesday. Cortina and Lake Misurina Wednesday. Both with Luigi who is excellent. Verona was hot, sticky, crowded and rushed. Cortina was relaxed and beautiful. Take the gondola up the mountain to the cafe. 17 euro's extra but worth it.

Resort. Fantastic beech. Massive shopping street. The place fills up with Italians from the mountain areas who rent apartments at the weekends. Therefore the resort buzzes at the weekend but goes a bit dead during the week.

Overall. The Hotel has no credit card facilities at all. Everything must be paid for in cash (drinks at dinner). They will exchange your pounds sterling for Euro's at reception but cash only at £1 to 1 Euro. To me any business not accepting credit cards, pool no longer heated, previous reviews mention air-con being turned off, Hotel looking tired and the ridiculous 1 egg only rule may indicate problems here.

Despite all above (believe it or not) we did have a good holiday.
Does it rate 4 stars not really.
Would we stay here again? Probably not.

Room Tip: Corner rooms are bigger and have bigger balcony.
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  • Stayed September 2013, travelled as a couple
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London, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 14 September 2013

You are only allowed one fried egg at breakfast time. One guest had a standup argument with Mr Giannetti over this matter.
The hotel was very dated but clean, the staff however were very plesent.
Location is good for shops and restaurants.Nice swimming pool and beach.

  • Stayed September 2013, travelled with family
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Property: Monaco & Quisisana Hotel
Address: Via Andrea Palladio 1, 30016, Jesolo, Italy
Region: Italy > Veneto > Province of Venice > Jesolo
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Restaurant Room Service Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
#45 Luxury Hotel in Jesolo
#113 On the Beach Hotel in Jesolo
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): ££
Hotel Class:4 star — Monaco & Quisisana Hotel 4*
Number of rooms: 109
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Four star hotel directly on the beach. Pool for kids and grown up persons. Equipped beach with sunumbrella and chairs. Breakfast and dinner are served on buffet. Free parking and garage (extra charge). Free bikes at guests' disposal. WI-FI.For informations and reservations please contact our reservation center ... more   less 
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