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Via Orlanda,16 Campalto, Campalto, Venice, Italy

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1658 Total Reviews
  • 87%Value For Money
  • 78%Security
  • 77%Location
  • 82%Staff
  • 81%Atmosphere
  • 82%Cleanliness
  • 76%Facilities

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We have what we paid for. It's cheap so i can't as for more. But the receptionists could have been nicer. They all acted as if i had been bothering them.

  • 12th Aug 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Vietnam
  • Female, 18-24
  • (1 review)


Noisy, rooms not so clean, no facilities to eat at the bungalow.


Highly recommend!!! Great location


This campside is amazing if you want to see Venice, but think it's too expensive to stay in the city. There goes busses from the campside to Venice and it takes around 10-15 min. From the station in Venice take bus nr. 5 to go to the campside. We stayed there for two nights and we got a little cabin with tree beds and a lock on. Most of the guests keeps to themselfs because the campside is mostly for people who wants to go sightseeing and not stay on the campside all day! I would recommend it!!


Easy to catch a bus into the main part of Venice, close to a supermarket and very tidy bungalow. The showers were a bit cold and there are lots of Mosquitos but very good value for money. Best campsite I have stayed in and would come back.


This place was TERRIBLE! No customer service at all. No hot showers, lack of electricity points, our tent zip was broken so we were moved to a van which hadn't been cleaned in months, no assistance when our towels got stolen from shower block, bus ticket machine wasn't working, eftpos minimum was not stated before staying. Overall this place was disgusting, and I will never stay here again!

  • 5th Aug 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Australia
  • Female, 18-24
  • (1 review)


Great facilities, just 15-20 min bus ride to Venice with frequent bus service, great for budget travelers.


Great place! Absolutely loved the hostel, perfect for any kind of trip, its quaint, cozy and perfectly located to go to both Venice, Mestre and to go to Jesolo!


The toilets and the showers SUCKS! In the bathroom there is NO SPACE TO ORGANIZE YOUR IN THINGS. In the area of the tends there is NO LIGHT at all and the wifi doesn't works good and you have to PAY FOR IT. The restaurant is a little bit expensive. And the staff was not so helpful.


Very nice experience. It's my 5th time here. This time with my family. Will come again for sure!


Awesome place... Cheap bus ride to Venice


Private chalet was great, breakfast was good, toilets and showers were clean. Had troubles with wifi at the beginning but was quickly resolved. Reasonably priced food at cafe. Helpful staff at reception. Definitely take mosquito spray!


The manager of the shop is so rude about telling you not to sit near there unless you are eating, and if you finish eating she quickly and rudely tells you to go away. Please annoy her if you see her :)


This place is ok. It was kind of annoying that I was sharing a cabin with my brother, and they would only give us one key. They give you a roll of toilet paper that you have to bring with you into the toilets, because there is no toilet paper there. Also, there is no soap in the toilets. The atmosphere in this place is nice, it's close to the bus stop and a Lidl. There's also a small shop on premises. I got eaten alive by mosquitoes even though I sprayed myself with 20% DEET insect repellent.


Camping, so not your average hostel. If you are fine with camping, it is a nice campsite. Clean bathrooms and bungalow. Showers suck, but you are camping.


Don't be fooled, this is definitely a campground. We stayed in a 3 bedroom cabin, and that's exactly what is was- a cabin with three beds. The showers weren't warm during busy morning hours, and the only charging outlets/plugs were in the public bathrooms or the eating area. Aside from those two faults, this staff was awesome, the restaurant/convenient store on site was great, & the site is conveniently located by a bus station & close to the airport. Highly recommend for the price!


Awesome place if u don't mind camping. The cabins were cool super easy to get to Venice. BBQ was a huge plus. People at the market were really nice. Super market right there too if u want to buy suff. If you're prissy, don't stay there, but if you don't mind camping, it' a perfect place.


Great value for money - you get what you pay for though, so don't expect hostel quality. Venice is really easily accessible from the campsite and when it poured rain my little 1-person tent held up. Don't shop at the mini market!! Total tourist trap. Wifi was awful and you had to pay, which is really unfair considering the quality and how much of a necessity it is for travellers nowadays, but again, you get what you pay for with this campsite. Shower early if you want hot water!


Had a nice stay and Liborio was very helpful and friendly to the guests. Unfortunately bed was too soft, you just sink into the middle. Room was extremely hot too..needs aircon. Overall though good place to stay and very relaxing


Camping Rialto is a great deal because it is about 10 mins from Venice by bus, but much cheaper than hostels on the island! Keep in mind, it is a campground, but the showers and bathrooms were pretty clean. One negative is that you do have to pay for wifi. Otherwise, great place to sleep after spending a day in Venice

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