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Atmosphere was great. I loved how many different groups of people stayed there. The staff are helpful and very nice. The wifi took a long time to get on, and even after did not work well however computers are avaliable reception. I stayed in the tent village and really enjoyed it. Noise was a bit much so bring headphones, but for a tent with a bed it was very nice.
It was a really nice experience!! What I don't understand is why they cut the internet wifi at 12:00am and I would've liked it if there was more security in the luggage room, it was a bit of a disaster. Other than that the beds are comfortable, the hostel include bed sheets, the bathrooms were clean, and there are many other excellent services. I will recommend the hostel in the future!!
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- Female, 18-24
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Location isn't an issue if you pre book the shuttle. Everywhere was clean, we stayed in a house tent (fab) but there was some rubbish left! Fantastic facilities and we had a fab time!
The staff were so rude - asked questions at reception and they would continue talking over the top of you or give you a very short answer. They also tried to overcharge us for the airport shuttle despite previously telling us it was €20.00. Very far away from the bus stop and the Jolly shuttle into Venice doesn't run nearly enough and is very overpriced.
We stayed in the mixed 3 bed cabin en suite. Was like luxury compared to other hostels we have stayed at, mainly because it had air con! Great atmosphere, has a pool and has laundry facilites which was a bonus for us! Very cheap wine too from the campsite shop!
This place was amazing!! It was a nice break from hostel son our trip..they had a pool, bar, restaurant, and you stayed in little cabins. The staff were amazing and the shuttle service right to Venice was awesome!! Thumbs up to Camp Jolly
Nice vibe, lots of faculties. Not really close to Venice city but considering how much cheaper it is the travel time (only about half an hour) is worth it.
Family camp ground, not a hostel vibe except they try with the bar. Best American breakfast ever though!!
The day staff were lovely, however the night staff were rude and shouty. Our train got in at 5am and we had to wait outside on the floor until checkin at 8. We weren't even allowed to sit on the chairs near the bar. Overall though, the best hostel we've been to so far!
A little out of the city but definitely fine for getting in and out of Venice. Could definitely be a party if you wanted, Busabout stop there plus a bar and pool. There was a band and a pool party one of the nights I was there. The camp ground is pretty big so is also good for a cheap nights stay and a quiet night. The directions they gave me to the camp ground were wrong and it took twice as long as they said it would, ask the local shops for directions when you get off the bus. Would recommend
The location is not ideal. There's a 20min walk from the bus stop. When we arrived, there was a customer who had lost his luggage at the storage facilities. The campuses response was to call the police and they ended up assaulting the client? The security guard treated us like sh!t. We told him abt it and he wanted to argue. The barman also lost his cool when we pointed out that he had done something wrong.
Location is quite far out but was expected, only a bus ride into the centre. Staff were quite miserable. The pool area is good with plenty of sunbeds. Stayed in a private cabin which was rather naff (if you rolled over in bed the whole cabin would shake). There was also a nail sticking out the floor which I stepped on bare foot. However, overall wasn't a bad stay- met some awesome people.
Very nice, only thing is the cabins aren't very sound proof and we were kept up by loud people on our street! Pool is such an added bonus though!!
The location was great because the shuttle to Venice center was only about 10 minutes. it drops you off at a tram and then you take that into piazza roma which is where you can pick up all public transit and begin walking the city of venice that we all see in pictures. The hostel itself had okay wifi which went out at times which was annoying and it was very difficult to find at first. The shuttle is worth the money but it certainly was not the best hostel i have stayed in nor the worst. Average
We stayed in a tent, it had a lockable door but there was a huge rip next to it so anyone could have slipped through that.
We stayed in a tent which was very noisy along side a main road, tents have some mould inside and could do with a good clean, showers and toilets were cleaned a few times a day which was good. Staff are very helpful.buffet breakfast is good plenty to choose from and good value.
The tent was horrible especially when it was raining. All the water went into the tent and the floor was all wet. However, no one is going to help cleaning them. The direction given by the hostel through email was very unclear, it led me to the wrong direction and cost me half an hour more to get to the camping site in a heavy raining day. The location is the biggest disadvantage of this camping site, too far away from Venice. All in all, the price is the only reason I chose this accommodation
The tent we got was ripped from one side and the beds smelled terrible. The staff was really helpful to correct the situation though. Do not use the washers or dryers as they do not work properly and we spent over 16 euros to wash and not even dry well our clothes.
3 person dorm, the 3rd bed was a bit small, it was hard to get in and it wasn't easy to turn around as the space was pretty small, either you will knock your head or your legs. Wifi wasn't that good during my stay,couldn't access any apps even it showed connected,only browser could function but kept disconnect. Good thing was, they had free internet with PC which just next to the counter.The location was a little bit far from the bus station but they do have return shuttle bus(3.80euro)