Overlooking the bustling Grand Canal, we sat on the terrace in the evening, drink in hand, and watched the world go by...
Clear air, bright sunlight and sparkling water, BUT no filthy car fumes ~ just the calls from gondoliers, the gentle slow chugging of the 'vaporettos' and water-taxis.
Hundreds of cafes, bars and restaurants to choose from and it isn't nearly as expensive in Venice as they say., Unless you want to be ripped off!
The hotel was just off the Grand canal and very easy to find.
I was rustic rather than modern and the manager was very pleasant and helpful.
It was a quiet location which suited us and was easy walking distance of many places of interest or one could take the water taxi.
I would recommend this hotel and would certainly stay again if we came to Venice
The Town House Suite Locanda Arco Antico is situated in Venice, 50 metres from the Canal Grande , in one of the most lively …More
Was happy with staff helpfulness and friendly. Room was nice clean and cosy with good shower.
Although on the down side the safe was poorly fixed down and we had leak from above when the shower was in use.
And was very surprised breakfast was not included for the money we payed.
Overall had a amazing time in Venice and is a great experience
Traveller from northampton
The Cà San Polo 1)2)3) is a small hotel complex in Venice made up of 3 charming buildings, which enjoy an excellent …More
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.