Hotels Near Stoppato 3 In Padova

4.1/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.28km from Stoppato 3
We stayed for 10 nights at this quiet (35-room) hotel. It is close to St Anthony's Basilica on the southern edge of the city, and about 30 minutes walk from the train station (when pushing a wheelchair, less without). There are buses and a tram, but we never used them. Our room had a very comfortable king-size bed (actually 2 singles made up as one bed), desk and chairs, as well as a shower and toilet. There was excellent free Wi-Fi access. Very little noise came in from outside at night. The receptionists were friendly and helpful. They even found me a local pharmacy that would sell me some antibiotics when I got an abscess under a tooth. Breakfast (7 Euros extra) was always fresh and plentiful. We had cereal, bread buns, meat, cheese, cake, fruit and yoghurt plus coffee and orange juice. Al-in-all thoroughly recommended.
4.1/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.39km from Stoppato 3
A classical Italian hotel. Spotless clean, 5 minutes walking distance from St Antonio (the very center of the city). The staff are very friendly and helpful. The bathroom is just great, with all the amenities and perfect hot shower. Definitely recommend!
4.2/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.51km from Stoppato 3
The hotel is a stone's throw from the Basilica of St. Anthony. The staff are very friendly, and the hotel is very clean. The room we had was unassuming but had a good television with CNN available as well as other Italian stations. The bathroom was fine with the usual basic toiletries as well as a hair dryer. The breakfast was also very good with a good variety of food. There is a restaurant attached to the hotel that could be very useful if you don not feel like looking for a restaurant. There is also on an ice cream place some 50 metres from the hotel. You just need to turn left when you leave the hotel and walk the 50 metres and on your left you will see the ice cream shop. We would definitely stay here again if we ever return to Padua.
4.5/5Excellent5 Reviews
0.52km from Stoppato 3
Hotel Canton dell Orto is centrally located in Padova, a 4-minute walk from Basilica of Saint Anthony of Padua and 12 minutes by foot from Hospital of Padova. This property is 4.9 mi (7.9 km) from Terme Euganee.This smoke-free property offers offsite parking.A complimentary continental breakfast is served daily from 7:00 AM to 10:00 AM.Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, luggage storage, and an elevator. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.Make yourself at home in one of the 11 air-conditioned rooms featuring minibars and flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and digital programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with showers feature complimentary toiletries and bidets. Conveniences include phones, as well as safes and desks.
0/50 Reviews
0.54km from Stoppato 3
Property Location A stay at Cityhouse places you in the heart of Padova, convenient to Basilica of St. Giustina and University of Padova. This apartment is within close proximity of Padua Botanical Garden and Prato della Valle. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 10 air-conditioned rooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Bathrooms feature showers with rainfall showerheads and complimentary toiletries.
4.5/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.54km from Stoppato 3
I stayed here for several days on a recent visit to Padua. The hotel is small and quiet but in an area that is readily accessible by tram from the train station. It is also close to many of the attractions you would want to see during your stay. The property is about a five minute walk from the tram stop to the hotel. If you have a lot of luggage and it is during busy hours (morning and evening commute) on the tram, you might want to consider a cab as the tram can be crowded. The staff are very nice and everything is very clean. The shower in our room was a bit on the smaller side but perfectly fine. The room had a small table and chairs as well as a small desk. Free wifi worked well. The included breakfast was quite good with the range of cold offerings you would expect in Italy. The coffee was really great.
4.1/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.59km from Stoppato 3
The hotel is located close to the Old Town, within walking distance from St. Anthony’s Basilica. The rooms are nice, with a big wardrobe, a comfortable bed and a bathroom. At the time the weather was very warm and the a/c was off so opening the window was the only way to lower the temperature in the room. I did that, which made me feel eco-friendly, but I needed earplugs to sleep without being disturbed by the sounds coming from the street. I really enjoyed breakfast, especially prosciutto, salami and croissants.
4.2/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.59km from Stoppato 3
We stayed four nights in this hotel and really enjoyed it. We asked for a room overlooking the Basilica and were given room 80 where the Basilica bells rang straight into our room.The room was basic but clean with unusual multi media paintings on the walls. The staff/proprietors were friendly and we enjoyed our stay. The breakfast is outside in the courtyard and the selection of fresh fruit was very good. Hams and salami and cream cheeses as well as the usual cereals, yoghurts etc. Multiple cups of tea/coffee were offered. Next door is a restaurant offering Italian dishes we had never tried before - pork and walnuts was delicious and the roast rabbit very good. Wines by the glass available at very reasonable prices. Thank you all at Art hotel Al Fagiano for a very enjoyable stay.
4.3/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.66km from Stoppato 3
Hotel Al Santo is a small hotel which is excellently located very close to the Basilica and only a brief 10 minute walk to the main shopping/restaurant area although they are plenty of restaurants and bars near the hotel too. The room was basic but functional, everything was clean and modern. We had no complaints. Each room is unique in size and shape so each review may not be applicable to the room you get. The only issue we had was although the bathrooms itself was of a good size, the actual shower was physically very small. I am 5'6" ish and 11 stone (1.66 m, 154 lb) and I just fit into the shower, anyone of a large size would really struggle to use the shower in our room. However, it was fine for us The breakfast was a wide array of italian pastries and meats along with some fresh fruit and yoghurt and was tasty and sufficient. Excellent hotel to stay in if visiting Padova.
4/5Very Good5 Reviews
0.82km from Stoppato 3
We stayed for two nights and while we slept relatively well, we would likely investigate other accommodations if returning to Padua. This is more as a matter of personal taste and comfort versus any issues with the establishment. This is listed as a Bed and Breakfast but when I think of other B & Bs I’ve visited, I would call this more of an Air B & B or room to rent. We took a taxi from the train station because we had a lot of luggage and if we hadn’t, I think we would have had some trouble finding the location. There is no sign. This is a private residence with rooms off of their courtyard/parking area. You ring the doorbell to connect with the owner when checking in or at any time you need him. Our suite was quite large. The bedroom has a desk with a chair, two side chairs, a couch and a large closet. There is a drape covering the full length glass door but it has a several inch gap where someone could see in (note that there is no public access). The next room has the coffee maker, refrigerator, a table with 2stools and another couch. Next is the bathroom. It was very hot when we were there. The air conditioning unit was in the “breakfast” room. Or bedroom never cooled off enough for us. Also, if you wanted to close the door between the bedroom and the breakfast room to keep the light out, you would lose the air conditioning. The bathroom was quite small. No matter what we could not get the shower to work without getting water everywhere. Also note that towels are only changed every few days and we ran out of shampoo and soap after 1 day. We opted for the simple breakfast. We were given two pastries each and several pieces of whole fruit. Honestly,if you are planning to go out early anyhow, I would skip this and just visit the pastry store which is right next door. The “coffee” also seemed to be some coffee substitute- orzo? We ended up just buying coffee after we went out for the day. After checking in, you are given a garage door opener to get into the courtyard and a key for the door to the room. It was kind of cool opening the garage door to the secret courtyard. The location is nice, right off a square though it is a bit away from many of the main sights (10min walk). There are tram stations right outside and this was nice for going to the train station, though I wouldn’t try that with a lot of luggage. We were given a sweet each night, one night was homemade shortbread which was delicious!
4.5/5Excellent12 Reviews
0.94km from Stoppato 3
Property Location Located in Padova (Historic Centre), Hotel M14 is minutes from Prato della Valle and Padua Botanical Garden. This hotel is within close proximity of Oratory of San Giorgio and La Specola Observatory.Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 80 air-conditioned rooms featuring minibars. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms have complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include complimentary newspapers, and cribs/infant beds can be requested.Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities Enjoy recreation amenities such as bicycles to rent or take in the view from a garden. Additional features include complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and tour/ticket assistance. Getting to nearby attractions is a breeze with the area shuttle (surcharge).Dining Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. Breakfast is available daily for a fee.Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include express check-in, express check-out, and a 24-hour front desk. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.You must present a photo ID when checking in. Your credit card is charged at the time you book. Bed type and smoking preferences are not guaranteed.Your reservation is prepaid and is guaranteed for late arrival. The total charge includes all room charges and taxes, as well as fees for access and booking. Any incidental charges such as parking, phone calls, and room service will be handled directly between you and the property.
4.1/5Very Good10 Reviews
1.13km from Stoppato 3
This is the perfect location in the heart of Padua's historic old town. It is two minutes easy walk to the main piazzas and shopping centre; there are plenty of bars, osterias and restaurants within two to ten minutes walk. The major tourist sights eg Scrovegni Chapel, Basilica San Antonio and Palazzo Bo are also within easy walking distance. The hotel's foyer exudes Italian charm, room was spacious with plenty of storage areas. Staff were friendly, helpful and welcoming. I would certainly stay here again and am pleased to recommend this hotel to my friends.

Hotels Near Stoppato 3 In Padova Review

4.4/510 Reviews
Padova City Center
I stayed at Le Camp Suite & Spa three times and I cannot recommend this hotel enough. I lived in Padova while in college and I go visit once or twice a year. A couple of years ago I decided to stay at Le Camp Suite & Spa for the first time because of the excellent location, right at the heart of the city and the convenience of free parking, which is a miracle to find at a decent price in the area. I ended up enjoying my stay so much that this became my hotel of choice every time I visit. The rooms are beautifully furnished and the staff always very professional and helpful. Breakfast is included and the selection of food is great and includes Illy coffee. If you want to relax before hitting the city, the spa is really the place to do that in a intimate and cozy atmosphere. I once also tried a massage and I was impressed by the quality of the service. All in all, if you happen to visit this wonderful city, I can't think of a better place to stay for the unbeatable location, the quality and professionalism of the service, and the comfort of the hotel.
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4/510 Reviews
Padova City Center
We stayed here for 1 night mid March '19 . We arrived via train from Bologna. It's only about a 5-10 min walk from the station. 1st impressions of the hotel were very good . It's very much in the 'old style' in terms of décor , and very ornate but tastefully done . Reception staff were good, and check-in swift . Rooms were very nice, with tv, hair dryer, and free to use safe. Wi-fi was free , and good. Breakfast (cold buffet style) was nice, and varied . We were pleasantly surprised by just how lovely the Padova area is The walk from the hotel to the main (mostly pedestrianised ) old town. This covers a large area with lots of nice buildings and churches to be seen. slightly further on from the old town (10 mins walk) is the Basillica of St Anthony , and also the 'Prato della Valle' which is a lovely open area with statues and fountains. We were travelling to Venice Airport the next day , and we were able to get a bus directly to the airport (with a brief stop off in Venice) for only 8.50 euros . Bus station is directly beside the train station. I would have no trouble in recommending this property to other travellers.
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5/55 Reviews
Padova City Center
We stayed 3 days in Officine Cavour Apartment. The location in piazza Cavour could not be better for exploring the city. All cultural sites are in walking distance. And so are the shopping areas. Right next door, there is a fantastic pasticceria where you can enjoy the best coffee and brioches for breakfast. For lunch and dinner there is plenty of options in the neighborhood. The newly renovated apartment is beautifully decorated, spacious and very comfortable. The kitchenette is well equipped and high quality toiletries were provided. Everything was spotlessly clean. Communication with the owner was very efficient and remote check-in was easy and well organized. The owner was also very helpful in giving information for our visit. We truly enjoyed our stay and hope to come back soon.
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5/53 Reviews
The most important thing you need to know/realise in advance about Casanova is that it is on the first floor of the building, and entry is only by means of the gate at the far right end of the building. We actually felt quite frustrated on arrival as none of the gates were open (not realizing at the time that the central pair belong to the unconnected pizzeria and which was not open). You will need to locate and press the Intercom button to gain entry (it’s high up on the far right). (Don’t confuse it with the lower level electronic keypad which facilitates entry once you have checked in and been given a small blue electronic disc along with your room key.) A very tasteful flight of steps leads up to reception and has the benefit of a “Stannah” style wheelchair lift – and it doesn’t look out of place at all. The bedrooms are named rather than numbered – we found “Sorrento” very spacious and well furnished – the only criticism we have is that the shower cubicle could really do with a shelf (as mentioned by another guest). Breakfast was quite sufficient with good quality juices, fruit and bread/pastries etc.. Magdalena was very pleasant and helpful, as were all other staff members who always acknowledged you with a smile. We would happily stay there again, particularly as it is so convenient for the railway station.
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4.9/510 Reviews
Padova City Center
I’ve never done this before. I’m writing this review three hours into a three night stay. It’s late evening now so I can’t talk about breakfast but I can talk about the place itself. We arrived in Padova by train and took a taxi but the driver was puzzled. He’d never heard of this place. “Palazzo?”, he said with an air of incredulity. He then drove us to a completely wrong part of the city but, with repeated apologies, stopped the meter, reversed illegally for several hundred metres down a one-way street, drove up onto the pavement to get around a chain barrier in the road, and then headed to the address I found for him on Google. He stopped outside this rather forbidding 17thC facade and got out and rang a doorbell. No response. I then phoned the hotel and handed the phone to the taxi driver who then told us someone would be down in a couple of minutes to open the gates. I paid the driver but he said he wanted to stick around. He’d been born and bred here but he’d never seen behind these gates and he had no idea there was a Palazzo inside, so he wanted to see for himself. Sure enough, after two minutes a delightful woman arrived and unbolted the gateway before leading us in through an 18thC vestibule and on into a private courtyard with a truly massive 17thC Hercules sculpture in the middle. On all four sides was the Palazzo, unseen to the outside world. As of this month it has a total of five rooms for guests, three of them being in a newly-converted wing. Happily, we were staying in one of the two original suites. Our truly enormous bedroom, spectacularly furnished with 19thC Italianate furniture, and with an en-suite bathroom fully 6m x 4m, is utterly peaceful and completely private, with its own breakfast room outside our front door, and a limitless supply of coffees and teas and snacks and even wine and Prosecco, all included. This place is the closest I’ve been to living in a private palace since staying on the Norman Gallery of Durham Castle. There’s a large private garden too, but it’s too dark tonight to explore it. The family who have owned the Palazzo for centuries still live in the upstairs rooms, but the whole place is so silent it feels like a nunnery. We are three or four minutes’ walk from the historic centre of Padua, and two minutes from The Scrovegni Chapel with Giotto’s masterpiece. We see that tomorrow. But for tonight I’m content to give this “hotel” my first ever five stars. PS I was so tired (after sharing a bottle of local red) that I forgot to post that review last night. So now we’ve had breakfast, served by a delightful Sir Lanka lady who cooked us eggs accompanied by fresh fruit, toast, crisp fresh croissants, cheeses, ham, slices of cold pork (!), yogurts, fruit juices and cappucini. We didn’t actually eat all of those together. Now, after 24 hours, I can find only two faults with this terrific place. The WiFi, though good at 19MgB, doesn’t work reliably in our bathroom. And the TV, t
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4.7/520 Reviews
Il navigatore mi portava da altra parte ed anche Google Maps.
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