Via Padova, 55, Lido Di Jesolo, Veneto, Italy
"My Husband and I and our two teenagers (aged 17 and 14) stayed at Hotel Delle Nazioni, Jesolo from the 22nd July - 29th July. Prior to booking I had some questions regarding meals and rates and I received very prompt and friendly emails by return from Maria and as I result I booked the hotel direct via the website which was quick and easy to do. We booked a 2 bedroom "Vista Mare" family room. A week or so before we travelled I contacted the hotel again to book a transfer from the airport and as before, my requests were met very promptly and very helpfully with a friendly manner, this time by Francesco and once by Isobella. Perfect. As arranged, the taxi was waiting for us at the airport. The transfer took around 45 minutes. The hotel is very striking, I loved the waterfall along the steps at the front and the lobby inside was equally impressive - very cool, lots of marble, lots of white and some lovely flower arrangements. We received a very warm welcome from Francesco, who talked us through the important details of the hotel and then we went up to our room. The room was great, decorated simply in whites and greens with a twin room plus small balcony and a double room with two balconies, one small and one larger one which overlooked the beach and sea. The bathroom was large, however, the shower was tiny and I felt a little upgrade of the shower head and taps might have been needed, however, both were perfectly functional. Both the rooms and bathrooms were spotlessly clean and I am OCD about hotel cleanliness! Top marks to the housekeepers, who I should add were super friendly and kept our rooms lovely throughout our stay. They always knocked in the evening and offered us fresh towels too. Brilliant. The hotel is right on the beach and has a gorgeous pool area. You can reserve beds by the pool with Sami, who is great and is also very friendly guy. He always went out of his way to speak to us about our day and was always helpful. The beds cost 5 euros each per day which includes a towel and a glass of iced tea in the afternoon. A lot of guests seem to have booked their beds for the entire week, however, we like to get out and about while we are away so always booked ours the day before we knew we wanted a pool day and never had a problem getting 4 beds together. There are also beds and shades on the beach which are free, but we didn't use these. There is pool menu of sandwiches, drinks and fruit served to the beds. I took a liking to Aperol Spritz and between us we tried various sandwiches, all of which were delicious. The teens particularly enjoyed the ham and cheese toasties. Breakfast was taken on the terrace area and was a lovely buffet of pastries, fruit, cheeses, meats, yogurts, breads, cereals etc and there was a station where eggs of all kinds were made to order. Staff served us with tea and coffee at the table. There is a lunch buffet in the same area each day, which we booked for our last day. The cost was"
"It's been our 5th stay in Italy, and must admit best when it comes to the care we'd been given. The staff is really committed, all our requests were fullfilled, it simply exceeded our expectations. Special thanks to great receptionists Francesco and Maria (both with great approach to our son), pool & housekeeping staff. Breakfasts were delicious with a wide range of choice, though same for the whole week. Not able to say much about evening restaurant, as our son's bed timelines allowed only one dinner, also good. Hotel decor... well it is a matter of taste, we liked groundfloor, rooms could be a bit more modern and spacious, but are very clean and with wonderfull sea view and evening waves beat. All in all, we are happy we could visit this venue. Thank you!"
"Standard double room is small but beautiful. All people of the staff are very friendly. Very convenient to reach by car (and just park it there and immediately get assistance by a friendly guy of the hotel which is especially nice arriving on a very hot day with a few pieces of heavy luggage)."