The B&B budget hotel chain has hundreds of hotels across Europe. The quaint town of Treviso is only ten minutes from Treviso Airport, so is an ideal location to stay one night before your flight.

I found the B&B Treviso online and it looked good enough for a one-night stay. Cost was 82.00 € for a superior double including breakfast (not surprisingly). They charged another 3.20 € ‘city tax’ fee on check in and I also saw another charge of 1.60 € appear on my card later – no idea what that was for.

We’d been staying at the Hilton Molino Stucky Venice and took the ‘Barzi’ bus from Venice Tronchetto to Treviso Airport (40 minutes), then a taxi to the B&B Hotel 15 € – which seemed a bit steep for a ten-minute drive, but appears to be the set fare as the price was the same on return.

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There were two friendly receptionists and we were given a passcode for our room – no physical keys are required. The reception area contains several vending machines and also a pantry shop from where you can purchase items when reception is open.

The room was clean and looked just like the picture on the website.

There was a small balcony.

The bathroom was clean, with a large shower cubicle, almost like a walk-in shower.

There was a digital safe that wouldn’t accept a new code. I even tried using the room code, but it displayed an error every time. I gave up and didn’t use it.

The air con worked, but blew down onto the bed. The wifi worked fine. There was a USB socket next to the bed.

The B&B Hotel building appears purpose built, albeit slightly bleak.

And so, it was dissapointing that we could easily hear the people in the next room talking – luckily, they were just talking and didn’t stay up after midnight. We could also hear the shower and toilet flush from the room upstairs.

Breakfast was held in an area behind the reception desk. It was a bit sad. The only hot food was scrambled eggs and hot dog sausages. There were some tired-looking sandwiches. The orange juice tasted like it was made from powder. There were yoghurts and pre-packaged snack items. The coffee was good.

The hotel was happy to put our bags in storage, while we went for lunch before our flight. They don’t offer luggage tickets; you just point and collect on return.

If you arrive after reception closes at 11pm, you can check in using a machine at the front of the hotel. I’ve no idea how well this works.

Although not perfect, the B&B Treviso is a reasonably-priced place to stay in Treviso.

B&B Hotel Treviso
Via D’Annunzio, 35 , 31100 Treviso, Italy