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I was excited to see this place as I had read many reviews beforehand. Not too difficult to find (per Venetian rules) but somewhat disappointing. We were given the downstairs handicapped room (we are 2 active young people - and not handicapped at all )...More
We really appreciated our stay, as we had two years previously. The breakfast is good. The decoration is nicely and typically old fashioned.
It is located 10 min away by foot from the San Marco plaza and the Rialto.
This place is a tale of two halves. On the good side, the cleaning staff are very warm and welcoming and try hard to please. The rooms are inconsistent - you may get a good one, you may not. Where the management let the place...More
The hotel is in a great central location, even if the entrance is in a small "calle" (which is a plus, because it is far from the mass of tourists). Wonderful rooms with stylish furniture and all the amenities you could ask for (our had...More
The first time we couldn't find it until Dorina picked us up at the next main square. After a couple of days we learned how to get there by following the blue sign to the Hospital.
Marina the owner is very friendly, she lets you...More
Castello is the largest of the six sestieri (districts), and the only one not facing onto the Grand Canal. More than half of Castello is situated within Arsenale, the naval base, which occupies over one-fifth the area of Venice. This gentrified maritime neighbourhood feels busy but casual. Castello’s side streets are laid back, with small boats lining canals criss-crossed by laundry. Semiannual exhibitions add a
strong artsy current to the Arsenale area. Via Garibaldi in Castello, with its shops and bars, has one of Venice's rare straight and wide boulevards. When a large ship turns around the Lido to enter the Giudecca Canal, the startling sight creates an illusion that it will run aground right on Via Garibaldi! Families treasure Giardini near the island's tip, green with rare trees and grass, and Riva degli Schiavoni is a popular spot for Venetians to take a stroll to watch the sunset.