Best Western Hotel Bristol,  Chioggia

4.0/5  - based on 223 guest reviews.
Viale Lungomare Adriatico 46, 30015, Chioggia, Italy - See map
+39 041 554 0389 +39 041 554 1813



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Hotel advantages

  • Air conditioning
    Air conditioning
  • Cocktail lounge
    Cocktail lounge
  • Free parking
    Free parking
  • Outdoor pool
    Outdoor pool
  • Restaurant
  • Safe deposit box
    Safe deposit box
  • Onsite laundry
    Onsite laundry
  • Wireless internet connection in public areas
    Wireless internet connection in public areas
  • Tennis court
    Tennis court
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The Best Western Hotel Bristol is located on the seaside of Sottomarina di Chioggia and close to the beautiful historical center called "Little Venice. " We are a few meters from the beach. The Best Western Hotel Bristol has a garden with a private pool and sea view rooms. Easily linked to Venice by bus or touristy boat, the Best Western Hotel Bristol is an ideal starting point to visit the Venetian lagoon, the Po Delta and Riviera del Brenta. We feature an on-site restaurant and cocktail lounge, multilingual staff, fax and photocopy services, game room available in the summer, elevator, tennis, safe deposit box and free parking. Our guest rooms have remote controlled cable television with CNN, radio, coffee/tea maker, hairdryer, dataports, desk/work area and room service. All rooms are non-smoking and balcony rooms are available. 10% national VAT included. Local city fee is 1. 00 EUR per night per person over 6 years old, for overnights between June 1st and September 30th. The additional fee is excluded and it will be paid directly at the hotel.

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Best Western Hotel Bristol,Chioggia
  • 5
    « Can't go wrong with BW - and this a good experience »

    I stopped for an overnight leaving Venice, Had heard of the other canal city of the coast; the hotel was a good location without going into the inner canal city. Close to highways and quite comfortable. good staff.

    « Nice quality »

    Just checked in today after a harrowing journey from Bologna on train and bus. The reception area is very clean and the front desk clerk was warm and helpful with additional information about getting to and from Venice/Chioggia. The room is nice, lots of extra touches: extra bath slippers, toothbrushes with paste (3) sewing kit, 3 shower caps, a bidet and the usual shampoo soap type amenities. There is a mini bar in the room. This room is on the 4th floor facing the lagoon and pool area downstairs even though it's fall now. There is even a twin sized Murphy bed in the wall. I will update after I've tried out their breakfast tmro.

    « Great hotel »

    The hotel is very nice, the staff are very friendly & helpfull. The hotel is located very close to the beach & also has a very nice pool with pool bar, great for relaxing in the afternoon heat. The hotel also has free parking on site. The rooms are large & well appointed with fridge, safe & a very nice bathroom. We also had an enormous private patio with both deck chairs, plus normal chairs & a table

    « Decent hotel »

    The only thing that stopped me giving this a higher rating was the room decor. It felt as though I had gone back 30 years. It's located in Sottomarina which is a bit like Blackpool with sun, but there was no noise in the rooms. You get free car parking, which is in the hotel grounds, and like most places in Italy a bit tight but was better than most, and you get free breakfast. We had, I think, the smallest room on our floor but it was big enough. The staff were all friendly and helpful. It has a god outside bar to watch the world go by and a pool.The big attraction for us is old town Chioggia, about 15 minutes walk from the hotel, a mini Venice, with canals and good places to eat.

    « Just a Little Dated »

    I picked this hotel as it was near the beach, close to Chioggia and within east striking distance of Venice. First appearances were good and the abundance of marble in the reception area set the scene for a good stay. The feeling was not sustained when we got to the room. My heart sank. It was dark, dated and small. I know that I was not paying for the upper end of the luxury scale but it all looked a little old and a little cheap. The location of the hotel is very good. Right on the main beach road with plenty of bars and restaurants very close by. The beach was a 2 minute walk away and as with all Italian beaches, immaculately kept. The hotel staff were very pleasant and helpful. The groundsman/maintenance man was always hard at work and doing a great job of it. Everything at public level looked great. When I asked to borrow a power adapter as we had brought the wrong one with us, the staff immediately pulled one out of a cupboard. The room was a real let down. We stayed in room 604 which had a balcony with a view of the sea, a well stocked minibar and a fantastic shower. That is where the good points end. In fact I have nothing else positive to say about that room. Avoid it! Breakfast seemed to be standard Best Western fare judging by what was served up in the other Best Western hotel we stayed in on this trip. The baffling thing was the fruit juice from a push button drinks machine, served in plastic cups. On reflection I don't think I would stay here again. I'm giving it 3 out of five and that is being generous.

    « And now for something completely different.... »

    I've done Venice twice before and while she is indeed magnificent, I wanted to try something a bit different this time round so I made my way to the seaside village of Chioggia and the best hotel I could find with availability in the area was the Best Western, Bristol. I was on a drive holiday, traveling out of Munich and Chioggia was also ideally situated as a half way point on my way to Bologna. Bristol is a beachside community just around the corner from Chioggia where the accommodation options at the time were limited. The hotel is clan though dated and the staff were helpful. The rooms were likewise, not huge but with a view over the sea of umbrellas and stalls on the beach to the ocean. It was ideal for a one night stay as it also had free parking on the property. The Bristol area is classic seaside holiday country and would no doubt teem with tourists in the warmer months. I arrived in late spring so it was still warming up and reasonably quiet. The strip along the beach was full of touristy bars and restaurants and I enjoyed a few drinks and then a meal on the night of my arrival. The meal was not great by any standards, very touristy but it was adequate and the atmosphere great. The area was well suited to the family economy holiday market. Just a few kilometres back down the road Chioggia was a real surprise. They call it 'Little Venice' for good reason as it has so many of the attractions of Venice itself, but on a much smaller scale. Canals, churches and the like abound. It also has an authenticity as a thriving Italian seaside community, not at all pretentious like Venice can be. I really loved it and happily wandered the streets for hours. A highlight is the seafood market on the outskirts of Old Town, magnificent! Definitely break your journey at Chioggia sometime, you really won't regret it!!! The Best Western Bristol is a fine hotel for a beachside stay. Request a high floor room at the front if you can.

    « Perfecto »

    just got back after a 10 night stay. Wonderful hotel , lovely helpful English speaking staff, nothing was too much trouble for them. Excellent location , perfect pool with a lovely bar and so close to a gorgeous beach. The sea is so clean and warm, perfect for swimming. Close to the bus station for trips to Venice and other nearby towns. Also close to Chioggia where there are lots of bars and restaurants . All in all a wonderful trip.

    « Great view »

    Stayed here June and enjoyed the beach and sun, it's a nice hotel with nice rooms and a great view. Breakfast is good and you get good service at the front desk. Hotel is close to the beach and restaurants.

    « kind staff, great view »

    nice beach hotel, friendly staff, had a big room with sea view (5th floor), room was clean, Wifi connection was perfect (room, public areas, pool), freindly and helpful staff, perfect for a short stay at teh sea

    « Good option for a decent prize. »

    Was put up in this hotel by my company for 2 nights and 2 days. Was welcomed well by English speaking staff and attended to all our queries. Unfortunately the restaurant was under maintenance and hence had to go out for food. Rooms were pretty decent and all facilities like wifi, hot water, mini bar, coffee tea and kettle etc. Had sound sleep on amazingly soft beds and woke up in the morning to a nice hot cup of cappuccino. Was then well guided by the front desk by a very sweet lady on how to visit Venice and what to see around Sottomarina and Chioggia. Superb parking facility. There were facilities like a swimming pool etc which I couldn't use. I would definitely recommend this place to all.

  • 4
    « Great location and service! »

    We needed rest and relaxation, and this hotel was a great choice for us. At the end of October, Sottomarina is very quiet; and we had the beach pretty much to ourselves which was great on a windy day when we were able to watch all of the kite surfers who descended on the area! The service was great! We especially appreciated Elanora and Frida at the front desk and Dennis in the breakfast room. The lady who cleaned our room was great too! Our room (411) had a nice view of the pool and beach and was very comfortable. In addition, the free breakfast with lots of delicious choices and the free parking were definitely a plus. We enjoyed walking across the bridge to Chioggia which is called "The Little Venice". It is an hour bus ride to the real Venice, or you can take a boat from Chioggia. There are many restaurants in the area, but at the end of October several of them were already closing down for the season. However, it's a great time for R&R and much more reasonable than staying in Venice.


Getting to the hotel ...

All directions
·From: Marco Polo Airport. Go towards Venice, then to Ravenna and Chioggia-Sottomarina. Then follow the signs to reach the Best Western Hotel Bristol. ·From: A4 Highway. Exit at Padova EST, then go towards Piove Di Sacco, then Chioggia and Sottomarina Lido. Follow the signs to reach the Best Western Hotel Bristol. ·From: Tarvis Highway. Exit Venice, and then follow directions to Ravenna, then Chioggia and Sottomarina Lido. Follow the signs to reach the Best Western Hotel Bristol. ·From: Padova-Bologna High. Exit at Monselice, follow the direction to Chioggia, then Sottomarina Lido. Follow the signs to reach the Best Western Hotel Bristol.