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We arrived at Venice, about a 7 minute walk from the airport to the water taxi, it took about 20 minutes to Zattire stop. From there it was about 150 metres to the Belle Arti Hotel. It was a nice hotel for the price, breakfast...More
Stayed 9th August to 11th August. Easy check in, just needed our name. Be prepared to pay a 3 € pppn tax to be paid in cash. Also if you need air con you must ask at reception as it's controlled there, you can not...More
Cheapest place in best location for the night we wanted...so I booked it. Rude staff, inflexible and non-responsive to requests. Dirty room, poor air conditioning, very low quality amenities. Impossibly slow elevator. Crappy breakfast with staff attitude if you want more to eat or another...More
Very nice location. I ´ve been in Venice several times but never slept there. This time I decided to fall a sleep and wake up in the middle of Venice.
Not too expensive for Venice this hotel is in a convenient spot. The room it´s...More
Stayed here with a group of 30+ so had an pretty good all round picture of the hotel from the different reports.
Location, lobby and outside eating area are great when it is over 35deg but the AC in the rooms ranged from poor to...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.
Hi, we had a triple, no balcony, not a quad. I thought it was the largest but could be wrong. The room was filled with beds with not much room for luggage although there was an armoire, it was too small; no closet. The... More
Hi, we had a triple, no balcony, not a quad. I thought it was the largest but could be wrong. The room was filled with beds with not much room for luggage although there was an armoire, it was too small; no closet. The single bed was by the window and the double bed was facing it in the opposite direction by the wall, about three feet away. Did not know any rooms had balconies. Still, very nice!