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you could not wish for a better location,
and very friendly staff
the room was cleaned every day with fresh linen (although
I think this was not necessary )
For the time you spend in the room, it did not matter, was warm after being...More
Went on a trip with a few woman. Chose this hotel based on the 3 star rating. The staff is unitedly nasty, the hotel is run down and tired looking. This is a bery bare bone hotel. No bottled water in the room, no tissues,...More
I give this hotel 5-stars not because I consider it a 5-star hotel, but because the value for the money we spent was off the charts. We paid less than 85 euros per night for a SUPERIOR room with a Jacuzzi during Carnavale. The room...More
First night they put us in a room outside the hotel in another lane. Beds were bad, blankets were dirty and bugs were crawling on the bed. Next morning, when we complained, they shifted us to the main building, but rooms felt damp and quite...More
Stayed 3 nights here with my husband and a friend- after we were directed to this hotel from Hotel San Zulian which was mysteriously closed.
Hotel smelled like sewerage especially on the bottom floor, unsure if this was the sewage system or just the smell...More
The most famous sestiere (district) in Venice has one of the world's most famous squares, St. Mark's (Piazza San Marco). Anchored on one end by the basilica, clustered around it are restaurants, museums, shops, orchestras playing in the square, pigeons, the grand pink Doge’s Palace (Palazzo Ducale), the soaring campanile bell tower, an astrological clock tower, plus gorgeous cafes and restaurants like Florian and
Quadri. Piazza San Marco is beloved by Venetians themselves. They book a table anytime, which offers a buffer from the fray. This grand outdoor drawing room attracts Venetians for a stroll too, especially late in the afternoon when the hoards of daytrippers thin out. It's simply a grand place to meet.
The hotel itself may have a lift (I didn't see) however when we checked in we were not shown to a room in the actual hotel but one in the third floor of a building on the next street. This building had no lift. If you need... More
The hotel itself may have a lift (I didn't see) however when we checked in we were not shown to a room in the actual hotel but one in the third floor of a building on the next street. This building had no lift. If you need one check that your room is in the main hotel. Hope this helps.
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"Best to upgrade to a superior room. I paid an additional 30 euros per night for a superior room with a..."