We liked the hotel, it was very clean and new. Bed was was very comfortable and the large shower was nice. Room was small, as are most hotels in Italy, but nice. Breakfast in the morning was great, especially the coffee. Our only negative, and it is personal, is the dark colors everywhere. The floors are dark and dark color on the walls too. We prefer light, bright rooms. Also, they closed the shutters on the windows at the nightly turndown and the first night we did not realize it so the next morning it was still very dark in the room. If you like the morning light in the room, open them up again before you go to bed. Our room faced towards another building, so I think this made it darker as well. I am sure the rooms overlooking the water are much brighter. Overall, nice hotel close to shopping and places to eat.
Amazing staff, beautiful room, perfect view, maid service twice a day, staff that go that extra mile for your requests, close to local vaperetto stop. Would highly recommend and will definitely be visiting again.
Place is about 5 min from the train & bus station. Convenient for cruise & Marco Polo port transportation. Although too little for locals to know, it's relatively easy to find if you know what you are looking for.
From cruise port take monorail for a few euros to p'le roma (train station). From there 2 bridges to the right (if your back is to the train station). To Marco Polo port bus #5 in from of train station about 30-35 min right to the door of the airport.
Rooms are TINY! Beds are NOT comfortable. However, clean, nice little lobby, strong internet in lobby & room. Breakfast is ok: cappuccino, croissants, yogurt, Nutella. Nothing fancy. Staff is very polite & helpful (except for the breakfast lady. She's kinda obnoxious).
A little garden with 2 tables & chairs, great for a morning cup of coffe or evening glass of wine.
Overall, would book again only for a night. Not for longer stay as beds are very uncomfortable and shower is... Well... Just really a curtain that separates the shower from the rest of the tiny bathroom. Everything is wet after shower in the bathroom due to lack of formal shower (there are other rooms with actual shower although I think they are even smaller than the one we stayed in ). Conditioner was working ok.
This was a cute small b&b that felt more like a home than a hotel... It was within walking distance of train station (which is good when you have luggage) but still in the quiet nook of Venice near a market and eateries... We took the vaparetto from the train station (Ferrovia) and for everything else we walked... Valentina messaged us early and let us bring our bags and change clothes while we waited for check in.... Friendly and excellent host! I recommend anyone to stay here!
just contact to B&B for the info how to get there.
we had very unpleasant journey to B&B , took taxi, water taxi, lost ways, no answer at the door ,
luckily some people passing by helped us to contact B&B manager
but happy after that, location is good, staffs are very nice and helpful, rooms clean.
The staff were very helpful even before arrival and arranged a water taxi to pick us up from the hotel (€80 but a great way to enter and very easy). The hotel is about 5 mins from the Rialto bridge so easy to get into the centre with quiet surroundings. Fantastic breakfast (bread/cheeses/croissants/cereals)! Room was spacious and clean with fresh towels daily. For the price it's great value for money.
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I can't say enough about the owner and how much she was kind and cared about her guests. We were very pleased with the level of service. She even sent breakfast up to the room with my girlfriend when I couldn't make it down because she wanted to make sure I ate.
The location is also very convenient. There are three restaurants and a grocery store right at the hotel's front door. It's a 5 minute walk to the nearest ferry stop on the Grand Canal.
My only complaint is that it's an older hotel. The mattress was worn out and you could feel the springs when you lay down. There was no ceiling fan or air conditioning, so we got chewed up by mosquitoes when we opened the windows to sleep.
I'd definitely stay there again, overall.
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Home of the Rialto Market, San Polo is the busiest 'sestiere' (district) after San Marco. For local colour, great little shops, bars and cafes, the Rialto market area is a must. Dining on the Grand Canal next to the iconic Rialto Bridge is a romantic Venetian cliché. Near the bridge, the Ca' Pesaro is home to the Museum of Modern Art while 16th-century masterpieces are on show at the Frari church and Scuola Grande di San Rocco.