Hotel Riviera, Venice Review

Hotel Riviera, Venice Review

Hotel Riviera Review:

Hotel Riviera, located in Lido di Venezia, is a stunning hotel with amazing views of Venice and superb interior. Hotel Riviera is in a great location with the nearest ferries a two-minute walk away and the beach 700m away from the hotel. The lobby reflects the Venetian feel with authentic Venetian Products like masks and paintings which adds a nice touch to the hotel.

Breakfast is available and is well worth it, on display, there is different types of brioche, cereal and cakes along with boiled eggs, bacon and croissants. Coffee and tea are also available if you ask the waitress who will usually come up to you to offer it anyway.

The hotel has many facilities to suit your needs and make a relaxing stay such as a Fitness centre and Wi-Fi access, whirlpool and sauna also a public balcony to relax and sunbathe in the sun while having a drink. Although this hotel is self-catered (apart from Breakfast) there are many restaurants and take away pizza places just down the road with a supermarket 3 minutes away to get the supplies you need. You can take the ferry to St Mark’s Square which is a 10-minute journey from Lido.

Overall, we think that the Hotel Riviera is a perfect place to stay when on a budget, it is in a great location for a reasonable price with everything you need within walking distance. As a budget Hotel, it’s a good place to stay.

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Reactions To Attractions Expert Rating:
  • 6/10
    Accommodation - 6/10
  • 7.5/10
    Location - 7.5/10
  • 6/10
    Facilities - 6/10
  • 6/10
    Value for Money - 6/10


Overall, we think that the Hotel Riviera is a perfect place to stay in a great location, only a short boat trip away from the main island.  For a reasonable price with everything, you need within walking distance, we highly recommend you stay here, especially if you’re on a budget.

Patricia Grainger

Patricia Grainger is a Senior journalist at Reactions To Attractions, who has worked for multiple media organisations over the years. She is actively involved in the travel industry, writing extensive coverage in the form of articles and reviews.