- Reviews: 296
Rosalia Di Nisio's rental rooms: A smiling Italian lady
We stayed at Signora Di Nisio's a couple of times back in 2005 with the suggestion of an Italian friend. Signora Di Nisio lives alone in a big house in central Treviso and rents out her rooms as B&B. She is a friendly, properly English speaking lady and is willing to share not only her breakfast but also lunch and dinner if you are in the neighbourhood. Sometimes she rents the rooms to students for few months so call in advance to be sure!
- Reviews: 1740
River Hotel: Outside the city in the quiet corners
I worked on a project of Treviso and therefore had to make many visits to the area. I often stayed at the River Hotel.
It is one of those country hotels, tucked quietly in the small agricultural towns just a few minutes drive from the city. Taxi's can get you here, but you'd have to make prior arrangements for your departure. It would be best if you had your own car.
Being in the quiet areas outside the city, you could easily relax and get a good night's sleep. Open the windows, get some fresh air, listen to the wind in the trees and the sounds of silence.
The rooms are comfortable. They do have internet access and a decent restaurant.
- Reviews: 1519
Hotel Carlton - my favorite
Out of the three hotels I've tried in Treviso, Carlton was far the best choice from the point of view of comfort and location.
The Hotel is perfectly located, just 300m away from the Train Station (5 min walking)on the way to the city center, and the rooms are large and comfortable, according to the 4**** rating.
This is the best alternative for a stay in Treviso!
The breakfast was very good and the staff very friendly and helping. Considering the traffic free areas in the center, this is the perfect starting point for exploring the town, but also reaching easily the train station.
- Reviews: 2
EdenTreviso B&B: EdenTreviso B&B et al.
My wife and I stayed there twice last summer. We flew Ryanair in and out of Treviso Airport, very convenient to Venice, and wanted to rest before going to Venice. EdenTreviso was most reasonable cost-wise and we were very surprised by the service. The room was very clean and nice. No bells and whistles, just clean, nice, and very helpful. We traveled in Italy, Slovenia, and Croatia on that trip and really relaxed in Treviso. They have an email address firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com and websites at www.edentrivso.com or www.bbmezzaluna.it. These folks own more than one B&B and they are very nice and very helpful. No pool, townhouse, but clean and good bed!
The service was good and the surprise for us was when Francesca picked us up at the airport and took us there. No taxi! And on the way back she insisted on picking us up at the train station in her car also. I planned ahead and got Euros in the U.S. before we left, but big 100 Euro bills, not taxi fare. The change line was especially long at the airport. She had been told that we were taking that flight some weeks before and she remembered. She also insisted on picking us up at the train station on the way back. It was such a surprise in a tough situation for us.
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