I took my 2 daughters as it was for my youngest 21st Birthday. The hotel put strawberries dipped in chocolate in the room - nice touch.
Loved the pool on the roof and having breakfast outside was most enjoyable.
We appriciate that considering every detail for us. It was a real Venezian experiment. Hopefully see you next time in Venezia again but this time with all of our family.
PS: we have been several hotels some of them was 7 star hotels, spa prices were expensive comparing with them:)
Excellent location on waters edge, easy access to water bus and all stops.
Excellent value for position but remember it is a b & b and therefore like someone's home. Perfect for our one night stay, friendly people and very comfortable bed. We had quadruple room and had views, not sure what views other rooms would have
karen from uk
The Bed&Breakfast Ca' Isabella is located in Venice, along the Giudecca's canal, three minutes walk from "Palanca" water-bus …More
A very nice hotel in Giudecca, easy enough to get to on the vaporettos. (it's best to get a multi day pass for however many days you're going to be in Venice).
The hotel itself is a short (10 min.) walk from the vaporetto stop. There's a number of nice trattoria along the canal, with awesome views across to the main islands of Venice. And this is a pretty tame neighborhood.
The rooms themselves are very clean and staff super helpful. There no view to speak of from the rooms themselves, but hey, go sit outside - it's Venice!
Traveller from Orlando
Built in 2004, this modern hotel is set on a quiet backwater canal on the residential island of Giudecca, 10 minutes by …More
Easy access to to main sights of Venice by the free shuttle boat service. Excellent comfortable and clean facilities and continental breakfast/snacks, drinks all stocked for you to enjoy! The shuttle service was very frequent and ran on time to a set timetable making it easy to plan your time.
Traveller from UK
The residence Residenza Grandi Vedute is located in Venice, on the peaceful Giudecca island, favorite summer destination of …More
Fabulous location, couldn't be better placed to explore Venice and the Islands using the public water buses, including the night service.
We stayed in a twin room, en-suite which was cleaned daily with fresh towels provided and although the storage space is not huge, you must remember that this is a yacht after all and holdalls or small cases are advisable.
You are ensured a warm welcome from Nelli, the host, and the buffet breakfast is excellent with plenty to chose from, including cereal, fresh fruit, yoghurts, cheese, meats, croissants, rolls, cakes, coffee, tea and toast!
Hotels in Venice don't usually have outdoor seating areas so being able to sit on the deck in the afternoon sunshine was just wonderful and so interesting watching the ocean liners and cruise ships pass by. Should I visit Venice again I will definitely stay on the yacht again.
Sarah is a very modern boat, offers comfort and all the best technologies. It is very elegant and refined and also guarantees …More
Very nice hostel. Was in love with the decor. The staff was great. It was comfortable and I felt relaxed being here. Only downside was that it's on an island that requires use of the taxi boats which are €7 a trip or you can get the day passes. (Day passes are more cost efficient if you are staying here. Buy it as soon as you arrive if you plan to stay here). That's not really the hostels fault... just a tip. Also witnessed a very cranky woman make demands of the staff and they handled it well.
Ten minutes by waterbus from Piazza San Marco, the quiet residential island of Giudecca, is the place to escape the crowds. The only monument of note is Palladio’s church Il Redentore, focus of a major festival in late July. The atmosphere is typically Venetian and there are a handful of restaurants.