Great place to stay
The rooms were very basic, but with a full shower bathroom per unit (a godsend after weeks of hostels). It had aircondinitioning (a relief), two regular beds, a bed that was suspended on the wall, and 2 small places to hang clothes. The staff are friendly enough (except for one, but she got a scolding from her boss :D ), The pool was great, clean, and completley useable. There is an abundance of beautiful trees, picnic tables everywhere, an okay restaurant, a great breakfast (which you have to pay for but is totally worth it), laundry rooms (expensive, but hey it beats washing in the sink). The only problem is its pretty far from the train station, farther than it looks on the map. There is no easy way to get there, unless your willing to find and pay for a taxi. To get into Venice you have to either go back to the train station, take the provided shuttle bus (that drops you off 15 minutes outside of where you want to be (Venice has no cars in the city), or take the public bus (which probably takes forever to get out there and probably drops you off about the same distance away). Overall, an awesome choice of where to stay, with the only problem being having to walk in order to get into Venice!