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AL REDENTORE LUXURY APARTMENTS

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Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Multilingual Staff
Non-Smoking Hotel
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Air Conditioning
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Microwave
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Refrigerator in room
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Full view
91Great for walkers
Grade: 91 out of 100
26Restaurantswithin 0.3 miles
23Attractionswithin 0.3 miles
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Giudecca
Giudecca is a retreat for Venetians away from the crowds. Symbolically, six metal teeth represent Venice’s six sestieri (districts); the seventh, Guidecca, points away from the others – part of Dorsoduro, but separated by the Giudecca Canal. Giudecca evolved from a center of shipyards and factories to a quiet residential area with a sprinkling of restaurants and bars. The majestic harmonious Redentore church stands as thanks for delivering Venice from the plague, hosting an annual heartfelt festival.
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My husband and I are currently at Al Redentore we check out tomorrow. Our stay here has been lovely, the apartment looks exactly like it does online which we were supper impressed with, it’s stunning. The receptionists have been so lovely and so helpful organizing our return
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I really loved this apartment. It was quite spacious and we were pleasantly surprised considering that this is only a one bedroom apartment. I will definitely come back to this apartment if ever in Venice. This apartment is located on the island Guidecca in Venice. I was
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Clean, nicely decorated, spacious accommodation. Giudecca was a great place to stay in August as it is slightly away from the madness of San Marco area. Regular vaporetto service with a stop very close to the apartment. There are two small supermarkets nearby and a number of
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We are a family of five with three children, 8, 9 and 11, who booked a 5 day vacation in Venice. I started the search many months before travelling and was appalled at the cost of accommodations for a family of five in Venice. I kept seeing this place pop up in reviews and
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The Redentore Church in Venice is another masterpiece of Palladian architecture by the great man himself, built to celebrate Venice's deliverance from the plague it is a stunning example of the restrained style of architecture first built in Venice. It's location set on the
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Hi, There are a couple of options for you. I will start with the cheapest and pretty convenient route to get to the hotel. Once your plane arrives at the Marco Polo Airport, you will head down to where the baggage claim area is. You will find a booth that sells the shuttle bus tickets to ACTV bus. I believe it's 8 Euros per person. Once you walk outside the doors of the airport, the bus stop is immediately on your left and there is a guy waiting there with a clicker. You need to stamp your ticket into the machine before boarding the bus. Just make sure it's the right bus before you insert the ticket into the machine. You will not miss this. 1. Take the ACTV bus 5 to Piazzale Roma (20-25 minutes). This is a major stop where everyone gets off. Once you get off the bus, turn 180 degrees around and cross the street. There is a ticket office that sells passes for the Vaparetto water bus 2. Take the Vaporetto, water bus, 4.1 to Rendentore. Once you get off at Rendentore, go to your right. You will walk pass a mini market and then a restaurant. You will continue walking until you see the stairs to cross the water channel. Do NOT cross the water channel. You are at the corner of the Al Redentore di Venezia. You make a left at that corner and the hotel entrance is about 20-25 feet. You will see some paddle boats parked in front of the hotel entrance. I believe the street is called Fondamenta Fianco Ponte Lungo. The streets are very hard to see and there is no one to ask directions. I hope this helps. The second option is you can take a taxi to Piazza Roma and it costed about $45 Euros. The third option is you can take a water taxi directly to the hotel. The hotel will also send you directions 1 week before your arrival. I tried to send you their email address but Tripadvisor will not allow me to post it.
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You can Email them to see what time they will be there until. When we went they were not there and left the keys for us in an envelope at the front counter. They will give you the code the enter the building. The following morning we fully checked in with them and got a map and such. There a great restaurants on guidecca and it’s really a lovely place.
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We bought a 3 day Vaporetto pass for 40 Euro and used it to travel around. It was well worth it. Otherwise it's 7 Euro per ride. They have other lengths of passes as well.
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There is a small elevator in the building . It is big enough for a wheelchair. The hallways are plentiful as well. As for accessing the property. In Venice there are many bridges over small canals that are not set up for wheelchairs. :( Sadly, this is true by Al Redentore. That said, you can avoid transportation problems if you use a specific water taxi station. It is close to the apartment and and easy walk. You will not need to cross a canal. Sorry, I can't remember the name but I'm sure the staff can help you. It's by a cute restaurant and the discount grocery store. A great find! FYI: We did see bridges at St. Marks square that allowed for strollers and wheelchairs. Have a fun trip. :)
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"You have to arrive before 3:30pm, otherwise no one will be there to greet you and answer any questions you may have."
"205 for up to 4. 206 for up to 5."
"Rooms don't have good views"
"Canal view rooms"
"we had the room on the second floor so the roof with its ancient wooden structure is a must."
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PRICE RANGE
US$127 - US$312 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
ItalyVenetoProvince of VeniceCity of VeniceVeniceGiudecca
NUMBER OF ROOMS
8
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