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All reviewssmall hoteltrain stationresidential areasan polocroissantssan staeminute walklocation is idealwithin easy walking distancereal venicestay in venicesmall balconyhigh ceilingsmain sightsthree nightsour room was spaciousthe air conditioning
I always stay in this hotel when I go to Venice. The rooms are clean and spacious, and the staff are super nice. The price is affordable, which is not common in Venice. The area is not touristy but is where some Venetians still live.
The hotel is a little gem, well hidden, and well isolated from the noisy center, though still close to it.
The room we had was really cosy and spacious, and very perfect after our long days of walking around in Venice.
The breakfast was very...More
This is a lovely hotel in a great location in the centre of Venice. Tucked down a side street but very close to good restaurants and bars and only a short walk to the Rialto bridge. Bed was comfy, shower was nice and hot, room...More
A short walk from the train station ( although for a first time visitor nothing is really a "short" walk in Venice). Rooms are very comfortable and clean and the staff is very helpful and friendly. Very quiet rooms. Breakfast was very nice and everything...More
Excellent service especially from the concierges at the desk. Beautiful decor of all the rooms we saw. Breakfast with a smile. Had a view of the campo from my room. Very quiet, away from the bustle of San Marco. Would love to spend another two...More
The Rialto Bridge is the most famous sight along the Grand Canal in San Polo, smallest of Venice's six sestieri (districts) and by far the busiest neighbourhood. Morning Venetians arrive to peruse the markets for fish, fruit and vegetables, while shops display goods from cheese to wine to desserts. San Silvestro and Rialto Market vaporetto (water taxi) stops add to the steady stream of foot traffic. San
Polo is defined by churches including Basilica dei Frari, one of the most important churches sought by art lovers.
Response from garyhuxtable | Reviewed this property |
We found that if you buy a Alilaguna ticket from the airport, by the water jetty's for one way into Venice that is the best way. It costs 15 euros per person, per way. Take the Orange line, as they have 3 services... More
We found that if you buy a Alilaguna ticket from the airport, by the water jetty's for one way into Venice that is the best way. It costs 15 euros per person, per way. Take the Orange line, as they have 3 services, this one takes you to San Stae. It takes about 40 minutes.
Then buy yourself a 24/48hr ticket for the standard water taxi, as this gives you full access to the standard water taxi service. (You can also buy this at the airport).
Have a great time.