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Camping Serenissima Reviews

Via Padana 334/a, SR 11 (Padua-Venice), km 412, Venice, Italy

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78%

Rating
1348 Total Reviews
  • 83%Value For Money
  • 80%Security
  • 65%Location
  • 83%Staff
  • 79%Atmosphere
  • 78%Cleanliness
  • 78%Facilities

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77%

I only spent one night at Camping Serenissima. The bus stops right in front of the camp, so it is convenient to go to or come back from Venice. The only thing that I don't like is that WiFi is not free.


77%

The staff was extremely helpful, the bungalows were apparently new and were very clean. The toilets were also clean. However the so called kitchen was the worst I've ever seen, I would recommend them to just destroy it. If you're visiting Venice in a short budget it's probably the best place to stay.


69%

Great facilities in regards to toilets, showers etc. Brilliant, friendly staff and a great on site restaurant/cafe. Little bit out but easy to get to by bus. Wifi was ok but not great, very slow. However, at night the cabins are stifling hot, and opening the window will invite mosquito bites. My partner counted over 20 on her legs alone!


97%

Great place to take children. Staff lovely and really helpful.


83%

careful with the bus from city to accomodation. room was small for two, but it's an affordable and easy place to stay. definitely recommend.


66%

For one night is fine, far away from city. 30 minute bas. You have to buy the map for 3 euros. The Internet for 5 hours 2 Euros and you can only use it in specific Areas.


49%

Stayed two nights in a twin share cabin. The bed sheets had a surplus of pubic hairs which were clearly visible on the white sheets (and were not ours). The cabin was not air conditioned and very poorly ventilated with no airflow coming though the cabin. For the price I was very disappointed. The only thing that mad the experience bearable were the people we got talking to. Whom were also in happy with their accomodation. I would say stay here as a last resort, and camping is better than cabins.


97%

Loved my stay here. The room was clean. The bathrooms were always clean. Staff were helpful and always smiling. The restayrnat on site produced some delicious food. Will definitely recommend to others and when I come back to Venice will stay here again.

  • 2nd Aug 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Australia
  • Female, 18-24
  • (1 review)


60%

Cheap place to stay on a budget. So for a budget it's ok but if you can afford to stay closer to Venice or in a hostel over a campsite I would recommend especially for a someone travelling alone. You get what you pay for which is fine. Big plus: for a campsite there are loads of showers!


49%

The guy from the supermarket could be more polite/kind. Extra money for the wifi.


80%

Little bit out of the way, and buses back and forth to venice were always crowded, but a good option if youre on a budget. We had a twin room without bathrooms, which was basic but fine. However, it does get really really hot in there.


100%

Easy to find, shady campsite, with nice staff and a good atmosphere. The only issue was the huge amount of tiger mosquitoes, so make sure you bring repellent (sold in the campsite shop as well).

  • 22nd Jul 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Netherlands
  • Female, 31-40
  • (1 review)


66%

It is slightly far away from the train station, about 20-30 min from nearest train station and 40 min from venice train station. However, there is good bus service, which stops just in front of the hostel. I stayed in a mixed dorm, which was perhaps like sleeping in a caravan, well most of the campings are similar to this. There is a small super market, restaurant which are ok. I stayed in peak summer time. However, because of abundant trees it was pretty cool during night time. Te staff were ok


89%

Really cool place, with nice staff and friendly atmosphere.


54%

It is quite far out of the way and the 'chalet' is nothing like what is advertised. It is more like a tin can with two very uncomfortable beds inside. It is not very easy to get to actual Venice and back. The staff are friendly though and the camp shop is good value for money although we were incredibly disappointed with the accommodation aspect of this hostel.


71%

Staff were a little mean and it's kind of a walk to the restrooms but pretty good for the price


80%

The atmosphere was great at the hostel, our cabin we slept in was clean and close to the bathrooms. The staff was very kind and helpful all the times. The other thing that is great about the hostel is the busses that stop in front of it.

  • 15th Jul 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • South Africa
  • Male, 25-30
  • (1 review)


60%

super hot & humid, mosquitoes galore... the sticker price looks cheap, but they charge for any extra little amenity, such as wifi (2 euros / 5 hours, and can only be used outdoors by reception which is annoying) i had a pretty unpleasant stay, but i guess you get what you pay for


66%

Security GOOD (don't forget to lock your door before sleeping), location POOR but not terrible since there's public transport just at the entrance so I give one point on it, staff GOOD (only the owner lady), atmosphere AVERAGE, cleanliness GOOD, value for money GOOD although dorm campers are terribly hot in summer, facilities AVERAGE (bring 2 euros in cash if you want wi-fi, there's no desktop computer for guests). It's a good option for lodging, at least, for couples and groups of travelers.


86%

The staff and restaurant were great. The location is easy to get to from Venice and the bus isn't too bad. It is a little difficult to reach from the Venice Mestre train station because you have to walk a few blocks from the station to the bus stop. Take Bus 10. Google maps give fairly good info. The camp ground really cooled down at night so sleeping is easy. I do suggest bring bug spray! I also suggest that the campground adds soap to its bathrooms.


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