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Kosher House Giardino Dei Melograni A warm welcome awaits you at the mid size, 3x000D star rated Kosher House Giardino Dei Melograni in Venezia. Dining is available at the hotel, which has it's own restaurant. Business users are catered for with wifi and meeting facilities available at the Kosher House Giardino Dei Melograni. Room Facilities Kosher House Giardino Dei Melograni. Smoking in certain bedrooms is allowed, as well as in public areas of the hotel. Please specify when booking if you require smoking. Rooms have wireless internet access available. All rooms feature a stocked minibar. Ad...More details
Check-out ends at: 11:00
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Reception servicesFree self parking
The perfect place to stay in Venice
Reviewed 14 october, 2021
We stayed in the 3 bedroom apartment across the hotel. It was spacious, clean and perfectly located. There were two bathrooms which helped a lot as we were a group of four. Anna at the reception was perfect, she took time to show us the apartment, gave us tips and did a wonderful job to make our stay pleasant and without a hitch. The location is beautiful and has so much history. It was a five minute walk from station Guglie. The water bus from the Airport to the station took 45 mins. It was also a 15 min walk from Pl. Roma, if you were to come by bus. There was also the Gondola pick up point close to it. It was surprisingly quiet at night considering that it was very central. We would DEFINITELY stay there again.
We didn't stay here but they charged our credit anyway!
Reviewed 14 august, 2021
Stay away from the woman at the front desk. Too much rudeness and dishonesty. We were supposed to go for two nights but were told we'd have to leave and switch rooms on our Sabbath. We said we could not do that but the woman at the front charged our credit card anyway - we stayed at a different hotel in the end. Now, our credit card company is involved and is stopping the payment.
Great Location, but AVOID this hotel!
Reviewed 25 july, 2021
We chose this hotel for its location. Is is around the corner from a fun chichetti and restaurant area an d 10 minute walk from the train station. CAUTION, the photos are deceiving. Our room was quite Spartan. There was almost no where to put clothes. No closet, only etagere with exactly 3 twelve inch wide drawers. We lived out of our suitcases. Worst still, THE AIRCONDITIONING DID NOT WORK! We were told that it could not even be looked at because it was Saturday. We were given a fan, but the room was still oppressively hot, so no sleep. If you only speak English, don't bother turning on the TV. There was almost nowhere to put anything in the bathroom since it had only a very small pedestal sink and one 18 inch glass shelf. Likewise there was only a shelf in the shower about the size of a half grapefruit. Breakfast was served in a room that looked like it belonged in a prison. Small white tables spaced 3 feet apart. No decor in the room. Breakfast itself consisted of 2 hardboiled eggs, a stale roll, 2 small pieces of cake (also stale), and 2 small cookies that were not appetizing enough to try. The Orange juice, at least, was good. A PITIFUL EXCUSE for breakfast. We went out to a bakery the next day. Out of the many hotels we have stayed in Italy, this is the second worst. We recommended you avoid it. Friday evening through Sunday morning the elevator was basically inoperative due to the Sabbath. Not to be callous, but if the Orthodax folks weren`t to use it for religious reasons, fine, but why should everyone use the stairs.
Well located in a quiet neighborhood!
Reviewed 16 july, 2021
Well located at Cannaregio neighborhood in a beautiful plaza. We stayed one night and the girl at the reception (Anna) was very helpful and ready to give us all the information we needed. Clean place, quiet, and with breakfast. Simple breakfast but accommodated for gluten-free options. Had excellent air condition!
Learn some values during the current crisis
Reviewed 9 september, 2020
We were due to stay in the Kosher hotel for 1 night on the 17th August. We made our booking with the Kosher Hotel BEFORE the coronavirus pandemic began, to be clear. We were going on a 12 day cruise around Europe starting in Venice and because of the virus our cruise was cancelled. This meant we had to start the process of trying to get refunds for all the bookings we made throughout Europe for our cruise. Hotels, tours, excursions, taxis, buses, a boating trip and a beach club were all booked in advance round about the same time we booked with the Kosher Hotel in Venice. EVERY SINGLE PROVIDER and I mean every single one across Europe we booked with gave us a refund .... but just not the Kosher Hotel in Venice! The Kosher Hotel initially fobbed us off saying we made a non-refundable booking. I explained we made a booking before the extent of the COVID crisis and every single hotel, operator and provider we booked with understood the situation and gave us a refund because they understand the situation. Eventually we were told the hotel is owned by the Jewish community of Venice and the secretariat would give us a decision by last Sunday. No decision or communication came, so the hotel was called again. Nothing! Finally today we have been told no refund will be paid. We are living in unprecedented times, but throughout all of this, we are shown that most people behave with ethics, they understand and do the right thing. The way we were treated by this hotel, constantly being fobbed off and ignored. Why does this hotel not act like every single other company we have dealt with, who may have asked us to be patient for a refund, which is completely understandable, but we received a refund. We even received a refund from a boating company in Malta who was a family business and completely understood. Their terms were also a non-refundable deposit. We get this from the hotel: “The Kosher House "Giardino dei Melograni" would like to provide you with all the assistance and help needed in this difficult time.” They just won’t give a refund like everyone else. Shame on you Jewish community of Venice who own this hotel !! You really are a disgrace given what is going on.