If you’re looking for a family-friendly hotel in Legazpi, look no further than Hotel Venezia.
Nearby landmarks such as Embarcadero (1.6 mi) and Cagsawa Ruins Park (2.6 mi) make Hotel Venezia a great place to stay when visiting Legazpi.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
Hotel Venezia features a 24 hour front desk, room service, and a concierge, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts a pool and free breakfast. If you are driving to Hotel Venezia, free parking is available.
While visiting Legazpi, you may want to try some ribs at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Small Talk Cafe, Bigg's Diner, or Uncle Ton's.
Looking to explore? Then look no further than Lignon Hill Nature Park (0.8 mi) and Penaranda Park (1.2 mi), which are some popular Legazpi attractions – all conveniently located within walking distance of the hotel.
The staff at Hotel Venezia looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
Room and amenities a bit old. But it was still comfy and their clientele service was nice. The reason I booked this hotel was because of the buffet breakfast and the pool. I always want to start my day with a healthy breakfast. The pool was convenient for my son and son's friends to swim and bond.
One of the better hotels in Legazpi - upmarket, comfortable and good value. Room was large, clean and good. Bed comfortable. Bathroom good. Restaurant breakfast was good, all as expected. Dinner buffet great and live music too - I love that touch. Pool is good but a bit of a walk up the road. Staff friendly and efficient. Dogs barking in the morning close by a bit of a negative.
The Staff of this Hotel are very nice. They make all efforts to make your stay very special. I will like to mention few names - Ms Nica, Ms Abegail & Ms Bernadette- they really epitomize True Filipino Hospitality.
The hotel is practically a five-minute walk from Legazpi City airport. It is also located inside a secured, private residential area. A bit far from the center of Legazpi, though. The rooms are clean but kind of dated. Internet connectivity was quite good. Very good, inexpensive place to stay for business travelers.
Stayed there last June 1-2 .. Check in was smooth. The hotel looks like a mansion. It doesnt have an elevator. But for us its ok because we stayed on the 2nd floor. The room is big. Breakfast is okay.. The pool is outside the building. 40m away. I think its the clubhouse pool because its a village. We didnt swim because its not clean, no caretakers, the pool has small cockroaches swimming on it. Housekeeping took about an hour because we ask for a towel. No towel when we arrived. Good thing they have free shuttle service to the airport. Nice hotel.
I called Hotel Venezia to reserve a room for my arrival on May 8, 2019 in the morning. The receptionist asked for my flight details, I gave my flight details and told her that i will arrive around 6AM in the morning, the receptionist said that she will have the hotel service on stand by at the airport. and since i am a regular customer she will also give me a discount for my room. I said great! two thumbs up!. I have checked-in to this hotel 3 to 4 times. I arrived May 8, 2019 - 6:24AM, No hotel service, that's ok...since my flight was delayed maybe it served other customers to bring to the hotel or vice versa. So I just hailed a tricycle since the hotel is relatively close to the airport, no problem. i arrived at the hotel, 6:40AM, Went to the front desk, the receptionist (L.A.) is behind the desk. I know for a fact that it is too early for check-in, that they charge an early check-in fee. The receptionist (LA) said the exact same spiel. I said ok I understand, then I asked what is the earliest possible time I can check-in without the fee? L.A said 10AM, ok I will just have breakfast and waited at the dinning area. Here is the reason why I wrote this review. This happened around 7AM or 7:30AM. The Hotel service arrived with a customer from the airport. the customer went directly to the front desk, was welcomed was given a paper to write his/her details and was given a key to the room. To my surprise, I said to myself maybe it is ok to check-in. I approached L.A. and I said can I check-in? he said "no". I asked why? I just saw you checked-in a customer? L.A said "that customer's room is already ready". then I said, you already know as well that I will arrive, this time and date and you even offered to pick me up at the airport... so ergo my room should be ready as well correct?" then L.A. said that customer paid an early check-in fee. I felt my blood pressure rise to my head but I calmed down and said to L.A. you did not even had a conversation with the customer? you just simply handed the key to the customer. L.A just looked at me, and insisted that the customer paid for the early check-in fee. To my disappointment I just shook my head and went back to my table and started writing this review, just about the same time i received an email from TripAdvisor to make a review. Nutshell, Rooms are nice, food is nice, place is nice, the kitchen staff are nice, rooms are nice, food is nice, but customer service at the reception area is not good for me.…
I went to Legazpi City to attend the priestly ordination of my friend last January 29. So I flew to that city from Manila on January 28 and booked a hotel there. This may be a three-star hotel but my hotel experience there was like a five-star one. Clean room, pleasing staff, and even affordable personal car service for me! Definitely I’ll book it again the next time I go to Albay!
The first time i checked in to this hotel, it was a breeze. No problem what so ever. Loved the place. The second time, was the worst reception service i have ever experienced. I called two days prior that I will be arriving early in the morning and be checking out the next day early in the morning as well. I was advised by that there will be an additional early check-in fee, i said okay no problem. When I arrived, they said there are no standard rooms available, and i have to wait until somebody checks-out. (no guarantees). I was so disappointed. They did not even make the effort to offer me other available rooms. I still had to ask them. The junior suite was available (which is more expensive) i said "okay let's go". but I still had to wait in the lobby for hours. Will look for other hotels in the future.…
Arriving before the advertised check in time of 1400 hours, Abegail promptly attended to me. The hotel is 150 metres off the main road in a compound that has some impressive looking hiusing but also some vacant blocks. I saw three small bright blue Kingfishers perched on overhead wires. Delightful! The hotel lacks a lift despite being only 10 years old, a surprising omission given the 42 rooms are on two floors above the ground floor - called 1st in Philippines. The first room in which I was placed, 207, had a defective room safe so I moved to 208. The bedroom and bathroom have in total three different tile colours, with a pleasant yellow in the bathroom that also has a full, long glass shower, opaque where one showers, and a good rainshower head that saw me taking a bit longer than usual as I luxuriated. The bedroom had a most comfortable King bed with some sort of a comforter underneath the bottom sheet, making it very relaxing. The doona had some minor bloodstains on it, but more importantly, the bed lacked a top sheet. Regulating the temperature overnight is harder due to many worlwide hotels doing this. There was a choice of pillows. Linen was very good quality. There were privacy curtains plus trendy Holland blinds that came down in two sections. The house next door had a light that partly shone at my room but the room was fairly dark with blinds down. A balcony seemed to be closed as I could not open the external door. The room also had a large chair with round ottoman, plus a desk with large mirror by the bed. There were plenty of power points and reasonable lighting. A small dog next door yapped until about 2000 hours and then from 0520 hours for a while but the aircon on blocked most of this. The Samsung airconditioner was not the newest and nor was it the quietest, but it was efficient. A reasonably sized TV had a good range of channels and there was a wardrobe and cupboard, the latter on top of which the TV was placed. San Miguel beers were overpriced at P110 to, for the Premium, P200 for a 330ml stubbie. Go to the new SM Legazpi, P20 each way by trike and save. A coffeemaker but no kettle or hairdryer was in the bedroom. Two small Nature's Spring water bottles were complimentary. The bathroom had free soap, shampoo and bath gel. Hot water was fine. The pool was open on the Sunday but closed all day on Monday for cleaning. Why this would take a day is beyond me. Strangely, the pool is a 50 metre walk down the road with some old buildings and a vacant lot along the way. It is also on the opposite side if this internal road. The guest PC was inoperable and probably has been for a long time. It should be repaired. Printing cost P15 a page. Breakfast featured a small buffet with mostly Filipino items but the chicken strips were delicious. The cantaloupe lacked taste but the watermelon was delicious. The cucumber juice, probably full of added sugar, was so nice I had multiple glasses. Another front desk staff member, Maria, was also very pleasant. Overall a very good hotel that with prior notice has a free airport shuttle. It is not in the CBD but is not far from SM and the adjacent major bus and van terminal. It was easy to go to Mass at Legazpi Cathedral while Casablanca Suites around the corner, 1.5 km away, has at least four restaurants including two German and an Italian.…
This hotel is very near the airport. Its situated in a very quiet area so over all, it has a quiet environment very much suitable for sleeping in. They also have good food in their restaurant which is open late.