Tropicana

Lungomare Guglielmo Marconi 30126 Lido Italy Map
  • Italian
  • Good for groups
  • Gluten free
  • Vegetarian dishes
  • ...
Average price €40.00
8,9 /10
12 reviews
18 reviews

Restaurant prices

Average à la carte price
€40.00
(average à la carte price based on a two-course meal excluding drinks)

Drink prices

  • €8.00
    Bottle of mineral water
  • €10.00
    Glass of wine
  • €30.00
    Glass of champagne
  • €700.00
    Bottle of champagne
  • €5.00
    Coffee
Prices and menu can change. Those prices don't take into account any promotion and are VAT included.

How to get to the restaurant Tropicana

Opening time

From 7:30 pm to 10:30 pm

Services

  • American Express , Credit Card , Mastercard , Visa
  • Privatisable (100 maximum number of guests.)
  • Bar , Can be privatized , English spoken , French spoken , Open in August , Open sunday
Fabulous
8,9 /10
Only clients who have dined at the restaurant, after booking on TheFork, can leave their opinion.
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Food
9,2
Service
9
Setting
8
Value for price
Interesting
Noise level
Quiet
Waiting time
Fast
1/12 reviews
Larry F.
(1 review)
Average Rating
6 /10
Food
8
Service
4
Setting
4
  • Meal date : 3 Sep 2019
The restaurant is advertised as Tropicana but the hotel staff will tell you Tropicana is no more and it’s now called Elimar Beach Bar. We spent a frustrating half hour searching for the correct place to check-in as we were redirected from hotel reception to a martini bar, then to the old tropicana upstairs, and finally the newly named Elimar downstairs, which was marked by little more than a 8x10 placard stand. We did find that the menu was as expensive as we expected for a Michelin Star restaurant, although we received no information about the chef and doubted if we were even receiving a meal prepared by him. Lastly, the restaurant was relocated to the bottom floor with an endless view of the cabana backsides 20ft away, with nothing more than the sound of the ocean to let you know it was there. The overhead awning was extended with clear skies and no wind, so we felt like we were enclosed on someone’s back porch instead of a grande patio shown on all the advertisements. We felt deceived as a result, since we selected this restaurant in large part because of the ambiance and wonderful views shown on its advertisements. Our meal was delicious, and may have been the only thing keeping us from feeing like the experience was a complete bust. However, considering we experienced both the Gritti Terrace and Danieli Terrace during our stay in Venice, and have witnessed what the highest standard looks like, I can say the Tropicana Terrace, er Elimar Beach Bar, simply misses the mark.
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