We stayed here in early june before we did a cruise out of Venice. We wanted a place that was near Venice, but not at the cost of being in Venice and we got it.
We used the airport pickup which was very convenient and it only cost €6 per person. The map is easy to use to find the pickup location and it was only about a 10-15 minute drive to the hotel (at least at Italian speeds it was!)
The building seems fairly modern and had all the major amenities one would need. The beds (we had) were big, almost like having two twin beds pushed together. The room looked very nice with a Tv that had a few english channels (not that we used it much).
There is a restaurant with the hotel that offers a great breakfast. The breakfast cost us an extra €4 per person per day, but was ideal as there was no way we'd get anything near that anywhere else.
The hotel can arrange a trip to the cruise terminal as well if you are looking for a spot before a cruise. Cost €20 per person, but if more people are taking it the price goes down (so we got told, there were 4 people in our van but we still paid the full price).
The location is near a bus line that takes you straight to Venice (and back) depending on the time of day and about a 10 minute walk from a train station that you can use to get around as well. There is a fairly large mall nearby that has a grocery store inside and a few restaurants. Make sure you speak to the desk about the best way to get into Venice when you arrive!
We did enjoy this hotel, but there were a few minor issues we noted.
Our bed was rather hard, which did get uncomfortable after a few nights. Not sure if this is normal in all the rooms, or if we just got lucky.
The restaurant didn't seem to have the best choices for food other than breakfast. We did speak to a couple other people about it, who mentioned the same issue. Perhaps we just hoped for a different menu. Also, the hours were very Italian, which being a hotel that likely caters to foreigners meant that it didn't work out that well when our bodies were on a different time zone and we didn't want to have to wait until 1900 to eat. (That said, there are several good places near by that offered better hours).
Overall, we enjoyed our stay here and we would be more than happy to stay again should we pass through Venice. less