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It is hard to give a review about this hotel because Venice is quite different. We stayed at their hotel right across from the hotel where reception is. The room was very traditional but also dated which took some getting use to. The room had...More
Its a very old and dingy hotel. There is no reception, no room service and absolutely no one to help you in the hotel. This is because it is maintained by Hotel Belle Arti, a three-star hotel just opposite to it. Surprisingly, we received no...More
Hotel is in a very good location, a minutes walk from the boarding dock (ferry), close to multiple food places and stalls for ice cream/fruit etc and you are able to walk around to many attractions around venice from here.
When I checked in we...More
We booked for Domus Cavanis, which is part off Belle Arti hotel, but they give as room in the main building (Belle Arti). The room was nice, clean and comfortable, bathroom also clean and good. The ladies that help with breakfast are very sweet, breakfast...More
The location is the best point of this hotel, that is the dependance of the Hotel Belle Arti, a three-star hotel just in the opposite side of the street. So you have to check-in and check-out to the Belle Arti, where you can have a...More
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 cocoon in bohemian luxury. La Salute basilica buttresses the neighbourhood to the east. Gondolas bob
in the morning light. The Accademia Bridge crosses the Grand Canal. A back street doubles as basketball court. Palaces house residents, or like Ca' Foscari a university, or a museum like Ca’ Rezzonico that attracts Venetians for concerts. Dorsoduro reveals its industrial roots too, in buildings converted to house university departments or exhibitions. Campo Santa Margherita bursts with youthful energy from local students. Foot traffic bustles to and from Piazzale Roma and Santa Lucia train station. Evening commuters pause for an aperitivo. Neighbours exchange confidants in a campo (square) on their way to market.
We really didn't see a lot of cars/trucks since it appears the preferred form of travel is by water-boats, gondolas and walking. There may be some parking down by the dock area - just not sure. Definitely didn't see a... More
We really didn't see a lot of cars/trucks since it appears the preferred form of travel is by water-boats, gondolas and walking. There may be some parking down by the dock area - just not sure. Definitely didn't see a designated "parking lot" for the hotel or any other business.