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I cannot say enough about this hotel, it was perfect, period. Sandro was an excellent host who took time out of his day to talk to me in length about the doors/windows in the hotel (take a look , what craftsmanship). My family was lucky...More
This is a beautiful hotel. We stayed in the Annex, a 1 minute walk to the main hotel for check in/breakfast/etc. No inconvenience at all. Charming, clean rooms with fabulous bathrooms. The staff makes this the only hotel I would choose in Venice. A few...More
We chose this hotel given the great reviews we saw on Trip Advisor and it exceeded our expectations. Incredible location, stunning rooms and bathrooms, delicious breakfast in a beautiful courtyard and the most helpful and friendly hosts. Don't miss this hotel--it really was one of...More
We stayed here at the start of our one month trip to Italy. We only stayed for 2 nights and really regretted it. it is a FABULOUS hotel and we absolutely loved it.
- friendly staff (especially the women at breakfast, but all)...More
The room was opulent and had a little balconette that overlooked the street below. We did not have a canal view but that did not matter to us. The room was on the third floor and was large enough for two adults and two teenage...More
The Rialto Bridge is the most famous sight along the Grand Canal in San Polo, smallest of Venice's six sestieri (districts) and by far the busiest neighbourhood. Morning Venetians arrive to peruse the markets for fish, fruit and vegetables, while shops display goods from cheese to wine to desserts. San Silvestro and Rialto Market vaporetto (water taxi) stops add to the steady stream of foot traffic. San
Polo is defined by churches including Basilica dei Frari, one of the most important churches sought by art lovers.
It sound as complicated, but it is really easy. At the airport, go to the ATVO counter and buy a ticket for a bus to Piazzale Roma. It should cost about €22 for a round trip ticket. The trip will be about an hour or so... More
It sound as complicated, but it is really easy. At the airport, go to the ATVO counter and buy a ticket for a bus to Piazzale Roma. It should cost about €22 for a round trip ticket. The trip will be about an hour or so. At Piazzale Roma, go to a kiosk and buy vapareto tickets. Look for a vaporeto (boat) that says Lido on the sign that stops at San Stae. Get off at S. Stae and walk about 100 feet. Hotel entrance in on the left, under a small balcony.
You take the vaparetto from the train station and I think it is about the third stop but the hotel will tell you this. It is very easy and the hotel is about 30 metres or less from the Vaporetto stop so it is easy with your... More
You take the vaparetto from the train station and I think it is about the third stop but the hotel will tell you this. It is very easy and the hotel is about 30 metres or less from the Vaporetto stop so it is easy with your luggage. This is a lovely hotel and such lovely staff.