We stayed a week and greatly enjoyed our room. Patty, the owner, was friendly and helpful as was the rest of the staff. The B&B is located in a quiet little campo nestled between the Doge's Palace and Santa Maria Formosa. Walking to the Arsenale and Giardini at the Biennale was pretty easy. The Rialto Bridge was also a pretty quick walk. We would slip through a small passage and along a small canal to Campo Santa Maria Formosa to avoid the press of tourists around Piazza San Marco. For arrival and departure, the San Zaccaria vaporetto stop is nearby.
Our room was Pensées and had more light and space compared to some of my previous rooms elsewhere in Venice. Very pleasant and clean.
As we visited in late October, breakfast was served inside. The breakfast room is small but good for conversation with other travelers. Breakfast was pretty much standard for Italy. We appreciated that they had some plain yogurt in addition to flavored yogurt. Other items were boiled eggs, cereal, breakfast rolls, salami and fruit. You can request a cappuccino which we preferred over the American style coffee.
We will definitely try booking Casa Querini on our next trip to Venice.More
- Free Wifi
- Breakfast included