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We had a fantastic trip to Venice, the Ai Tre Ponti was a great location. The reception wasn't staffed, but they appeared within a couple of minutes when we rang them asking to check in. The room was clean and the beds comfy, the room...More
This is a b and b perfectly situated in a quieter area of Venice yet within easy walking reach of the centre and only a 10 minute walk from the station.
Light and airy rooms that were kept cleaned at all times with a comfy...More
If I could leave zero stars, I would. There were so many things wrong with this place, but I will try to limit it to the top ones.
First, the bed had long, black hairs intertwined with the linen and pillow. Majorly disgusting. Along with...More
This B&B is in a perfect location - the view from the room was lovely and the canal is just outside. Only a short walk from the main routes through Venice, and the local restaurants are next door to the entrance. The hotel itself is...More
I've rated three stars because it's good value for Venice.
Location is not bad and in a nice area, but not central.
There's a significant 'service fee' we had to pay of 31 euros (over 3 nights) which we knew about, but was not immediately...More
Artsy is the defining mood of this neighbourhood with street artists, students, painters, sculptors, restorers, curators, historians, collectors, heirs and heiresses rubbing elbows. Peggy Guggenheim's collection, now a museum, lures chic locals for evening art aperitifs. Traditionalists and visionaries cocoon in bohemian luxury. La Salute basilica buttresses the neighbourhood to the east. Gondolas bob
in the morning light. The Accademia Bridge crosses the Grand Canal. A back street doubles as basketball court. Palaces house residents, or like Ca' Foscari a university, or a museum like Ca’ Rezzonico that attracts Venetians for concerts. Dorsoduro reveals its industrial roots too, in buildings converted to house university departments or exhibitions. Campo Santa Margherita bursts with youthful energy from local students. Foot traffic bustles to and from Piazzale Roma and Santa Lucia train station. Evening commuters pause for an aperitivo. Neighbours exchange confidants in a campo (square) on their way to market.