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    Fujiyama Bed & Breakfast

    • Breakfast included
    • Free Internet
    Apr 2 Apr 3
    1 room, 2 adults, 0 children
    Calle Lunga San Barnaba 2727A | Dorsoduro, 30123 Venice, Italy
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    All reviews shanghai room ca' rezzonico b b small tea room the ground floor largest room courtyard garden vaporetto stop visit venice first floor continental breakfast five minute walk
    Reviewed 4 weeks ago

    My girlfriend and I had an all-too-short overnight at the Fujiyama. The location is central but away from the crowded tourist areas of San Marco and the Rialto, and easy to get to-- a five-minute walk from the Ca' Rezzonico vaporetto stop, or 15 minute...More

    Reviewed 17 October 2016

    A very comfortable stay and we were very well looked after by Elena and her staff. We were recommended some good restaurants, given excellent directions on where to go and Elena even printed off our return boarding card for us

    Reviewed 5 August 2016 via mobile

    I chose this BnB based on a review from Rough guides. Fujiyama is in an ideal location and run by friendly staff. Elena and her staff went out of their way to give me suggestions and work around my schedule. Rooms are Spartan to match...More

    Reviewed 22 June 2016 via mobile

    Just returned from a three night stay in Venice with my daughter. Stayed in the Shanghai room at owner's suggestion as they don't have twin rooms and this is their largest room. It had an extra large double bed which was fine for us. Rooms...More

    Reviewed 6 June 2016

    It isn't clear to this ex-client why this isn't a hotel. It may have to do with the fact that the tax laws in Italy are somewhat more generous to B&Bs. I spent five nights at Fujiyama. Elena, usually stationed in the Tea Room on...More

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    • Free Internet
    • Breakfast included
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    • Breakfast included
    • Multilingual Staff
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    • Air Conditioning
    Room/Suite (10)
    Dining (6)
    Hotel & Grounds (5)
    Bathroom (4)
    Dorsoduro / Accademia
    Artsy is the defining mood of this
    neighbourhood with street artists,
    students, painters, sculptors, restorers,
    curators, historians, collectors, heirs
    and heiresses rubbing elbows. Peggy
    Guggenheim's collection, now a museum,
    lures chic locals for evening art
    aperitifs. Traditionalists and visionaries
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    Questions & AnswersAsk a question
    Hi we are thinking of travelling to your hotel after visiting ca savio, do you know the best way to get there and how much it would cost? Thank you
    19 June 2015|
    Response from Howard A | Reviewed this property |
    As far as cost goes, I would email the hotel directly. Elena is quick to respond to emails. She can also offer advice on how to get there. If you start from the Central Train Station (where you arrive by train or where you... More
    Which room is on the first floor and can I see a photo:
    1 June 2015|
    Answer Show all 2 answers
    Response from Indoafrican | Reviewed this property |
    Roger has already given you the answer . We stayed in Tokyo room and it was perfect for two persons. I also did not take any room photo.
    Room Tips
    ""Shanghai" is on the top floor, largest, and has several windows on to the courtyard"
    Florence S, 29 days agoRead review
    "Rooms facing the tiny street can be a little noisy until 11 p.m."
    Gastronome19, 9 months agoRead review
    "This is a B&B, not a hotel."
    830scott, over a year agoRead review
    "There is no lift, so if stairs are a problem, choose the first floor with just one staircase."
    Roger-G-Bulkeley, over a year agoRead review
    "There is no lift, so you have to go up one or two flights of stairs to get to your room."
    Roger-G-Bulkeley, over a year agoRead review
    "Shanghai is the biggest, most expensive & not facing the street. We could hear church bells though. The..."
    GerberaJam, over a year agoRead review
    "We have stayed twice on the garden side (Shanghai and Tokyo), and both rooms were very quiet at night. Not..."
    conwoman43, over a year agoRead review
    "Go for Shanghai - its the biggest and the best"
    MS913, over a year agoRead review
    "Rooms at the garden side may be more quiet, though the street is really not a problem."
    wvdm2016, over a year agoRead review
    "Tokyo room was quite small but suited our budget. If you want to pay more, the Shanghai room looks loads..."
    MandaOz, over a year agoRead review
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