Top location for this spacious and comfortable hotel
Just inside the historic walls of Treviso, the Hotel Carlton is perfectly placed for exploring the city or going further afield in the beautiful Veneto region.
|The entrance to the Hotel Carlton at Porta Altinia|
This elegant, four star hotel in Largo Porta Altinia is just a short walk from the railway station from where there are regular trains to Padova, Mestre and Venice.
It takes only a few minutes to walk from the hotel to the Piazza dei Signori, right in the centre of Treviso where there are plenty of shops, bars and restaurants.
The Carlton Hotel is bright and spacious and the rooms have every modern convenience.
There is a large reception area with helpful staff always on hand to answer queries. The hotel offers free wi fi and there is parking available for guests who arrive by car.
The first floor restaurant has plenty of tables and a generous buffet breakfast is served there from 7 am till noon.
Editor’s note: “I had a very relaxed, comfortable stay at this friendly hotel. The staff were always pleasant and helpful, the breakfast was excellent and the room and bathroom had everything you could wish for.”
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Why stay at Hotel Carlton in Treviso?
The Carlton is in an ideal location for people interested in exploring the Veneto as the railway station and bus stops are just a short walk away on the other side of the city’s walls. It is also close to the centre of Treviso and you pass plenty of smart shops, bars and restaurants on your way into the city. It is handy for the airport, as it is just a short bus or taxi ride from Treviso’s Antonio Canova airport in Via Noalese, Treviso.
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What to see near the Hotel Carlton
A short walk from the Hotel Carlton brings you into the centre of the city and Via Calmaggiore, the main street, where there are some smart shops behind the porticos. At one end is Piazza dei Signori with its Palazzo dei Trecento, which was built in the 13th century and at the other end is Treviso’s Duomo.
|Houses overlook a pretty canal in the centre of Treviso|
Stroll along at the side of the willow-fringed canals, some still with their original waterwheels, that lie behind Via Calmaggiore until you reach the Pescheria (fish market).
This is situated on a very small island in the middle of Treviso’s River Sile. Unsold fish are thrown into the water at the end of each morning's trading.
For traditional Treviso cooking try Trattoria Toni del Spin in Via Inferiore behind Piazza dei Signori. The restaurant is in an historic building and has the atmosphere of a traditional Treviso tavern. Toni del Spin is open every day except for Monday lunch times.
Try tagliatelle al sugo d’anatra (tagliatelle with duck sauce), risotto con funghi (mushroom risotto) and bigoli in salsa di acciughe (pasta with anchovy sauce). Also sample the locally-grown Treviso radicchio (a type of chicory) that features in a variety of dishes.
A stay in Treviso gives you the perfect opportunity to sample Prosecco, a light, refreshing sparkling wine, which is made by many different producers in the area. Treviso is close to the so-called strada del prosecco, the road between Valdobbiadene and Conegliano, which is lined with wineries producing Prosecco DOC (Denominazione di Origine Controllata), the stamp of quality given to the best Italian wines.
There are plenty of the top fashion stores, such as Benetton, Gucci and Sisley, as well as cosmetics shops and leather goods shops in the centre of Treviso.
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