Lido di Jesolo hotels: where to stay
There is a very big choice of hotels in Lido di Jesolo, though not a great deal of variety. This is an out-and-out beach resort and the hotels, though they vary from humble to four-star, basically come from the same mould. The buildings are modern, frequently backing onto the beach. Many have their own pool as well as a stretch of private beach. Those without a beach concession will have an arrangement for their guests to use an affiliated private beach.
The peak holiday season of mid July-August is a very busy one in Lido di Jesolo and you’ll find hotels charge their highest prices at this time, and get booked up well in advance. To find more space on the beach and cheaper room-rates, I’d suggest travelling just outside that period, if you can manage it. Otherwise, shop around and book ahead. Check whether the use of beach sunloungers and parasol is included in the price of your room. Frequently in summer this is the case; otherwise you will need to consider the extra expense. Some hotels may offer, or insist on, half-board during the peak summer weeks. Check other guests’ comments through the links below before you commit to eating in your hotel. Jesolo is full of places to eat, so you may prefer to keep your options open.
Park Hotel Brasilia
A four-star hotel right by the sea, with two swimming pools as well a private stretch of beach. The hotel has a free car park and free bike hire. It is one of the smartest options in Jesolo, and is a safe choice, though not cheap.
Hotel Victoria Prestige
Hotel Victoria Prestige is an attractive four-star hotel overlooking the beach with an appealing outdoor swimming pool and access to the hotel’s private stretch of sand. Guests can relax on the terrace with sea views. The hotel offers facilities for families with children.
Hotel Delle Nazioni
A stylish four-star set right on the beach, the Hotel delle Nazioni has a swimming pool on a terrace overlooking the sea, and its own stretch of sand equipped with parasols and sunloungers. The hotel is at the south-western end of the beach.
Hotels Miami and Mini Miami
This is a comfortable and popular three-star establishment with a clean modern style. The hotel has all the typical Jesolo facilities including a swimming pool and a private stretch of beach. Check for value-for-money room rates away from peak season.
The Gardenia is a three-star hotel located a couple of streets back from the sea, where it has a private stretch of beach. Bathrooms are small, but the hotel has positive feedback from past guests – including praise for the food from Italians, which is a significant vote of confidence.
A friendly and highly-rated family-run three-star in Jesolo, the Hotel Santiago is a good-value place to stay, with encouraging ratings from past guests. There’s no pool, but beach facilities are included in the summer room-rate. The hotel offers specifically vegetarian and gluten-free meals, which is quite a progressive feature by Italian standards.
Hotel & Residence Il Teatro
The Hotel & Residence Il Teatro has glowing reports from past guests, and is a good option for a comfortable stay with the option of self-catering. It offers apartments with kitchenettes, but also has high-standard hotel facilities such as a swimming pool, sunloungers on the beach, a restaurant and wireless internet.
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- Veneto region
- Abano Terme
- Bassano del Grappa
- Brenta Canal
- Castelfranco Veneto
- Concordia Sagittaria
- Cortina d’Ampezzo
- Lido di Jesolo
- Montegrotto Terme
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