Alloggi Gerotto Calderan is composed by 2 houses so there are many different types of room.
We have single, double, triple and quad rooms.
Thay can be small, standard or superior and some of them have view on the square (Campo San Geremia).
We have 2 houses: in both buildings there is a curfew at 1:00 a.m..
free Wi Fi
In both buildings there is a curfew at 1:00a.m (The hotel closes at 1 a.m. and opens at 7:00 a.m.: it's not possible to enter in the hotel during this time).
We have 3 days of cancellation policy.
EX: This means that if you are due to arrive on the 28th of March you need to cancel by the 12am of the 24th of March
In case of no show or late cancellation we will charge you the cost for the first night
Please note: Payment cash only, on arrival.
Please advice about arrival time.
Check-in time: from 2.00 PM
Check-out time: until 10.00 AM
Lock-out For Dormitories 10:30am - 2pm
Children who are more than 2 years old pay as an adult.
Dorms are only for less than 35 years old
No lift in our buildings
From 24/08/11 the municipality of Venice obliges every hotel to charge every guest an extra TOURIST TAX. The amount is €2 per person per night during the high season and € 1,40 per person per night in low season.
Important: We take preauthorization on your credit card if the amount equal of the first night is not available we may cancel your reservation.
This is a Trusted Review. Why?
Although it cost us higher than usual time because it was during the festival, they offered good service to us, like clean room with air-cleaner, free Wi-Fi, cheap bending machine, free desk top in the rouge. But air-conditioning is not so good that we felt cold a little bit. Staffs were good and polite in addition that they were good at speaking English.
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