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Getting to this hotel on foot is no easy feat, but it's well worth it once you do! We stayed here for 2 nights during our brief visit to Venice. Instead of using a private water taxi upon our arrival, which drops you right at...More
I had a very pleasant stay in a single-room on the top floor this past November. The room was small, but big enough for one. Its window looked out on the interior courtyard. It was quiet and restful. Got a view of the Grand Canal...More
I journeyed to Italy in October to celebrate a friends 40th birthday. I joined the group of ladies late in the planning so I was unable to secure a room in their B&B. I found this little gem and was so glad I did. First,...More
I really enjoyed my stay at this hotel. Everything was clean and the staff was friendly and helpful. The buffet breakfast was the best I had on my entire trip! Lots of food choices and the coffee was good. If you're able to get the...More
We arrived to the hotel by motoscafi and it was a fantastic experience as we arrived on the canal side of the hotel, so had the fantastic view of the canals. The hotel was excellent the staff very helpful and friendly, SIMONE on the reception,...More
We were a little bewildered about this ourselves but after a little research decided that the Alilaguna water taxi was the best (only? cheapest?) way to go. At the Airport ask for directions to the connecting terminal (you... More
We were a little bewildered about this ourselves but after a little research decided that the Alilaguna water taxi was the best (only? cheapest?) way to go. At the Airport ask for directions to the connecting terminal (you should be looking for the orange line/Linea Arancio). There are convenient 'walk-a-lators' which will spare you a long hike! As I recall, a one-way ticket is 15Euros (steep, but so is all of Venice). Get off at the 5th stop (San Stae--the 'conductor' will let you know and help you off-load your bags). The stop is at the open square in front of a church. Cross the square going to your left (Grand Canal behind you) and look for a small iron-railed bridge. That's the starting point to your walk to the hotel. There was a trash barrel just by the bridge with a map of the route to the Ca'Favretto which was very helpful. Take a picture with your cell phone or sketch the map to use as a reference. Watch for landmarks as you go as you will undoubtedly use San Stae as your chief vaporetto stop for the hotel when you tour around the city. Have fun! Get lost! It's a small town and you cant go too far without coming to water eventually. Use the vaporetto (more a 'water subway' than a 'taxi')! Good luck!
Yes, water taxi is the most practical transport from the airport. It will deliver you to the San Cassiano's private landing stage, you can enjoy your welcome drink a few minutes later on the same terrace. Check 'Venice Link... More
Yes, water taxi is the most practical transport from the airport. It will deliver you to the San Cassiano's private landing stage, you can enjoy your welcome drink a few minutes later on the same terrace. Check 'Venice Link' for water taxi details, they do a special rate for arrival / departure transfers. In our case the arrival from the airport was in a shared water taxi but for the departure to the Cruise Port the boat was just for the pair of us.
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"no view from room 109, think the top floor might be better"