We were a part of a small tour group, who stayed in this hotel for several days in October 2013 (so cannot comment on the price, although we understand it was expensive). We really enjoyed our stay, with excellent service from the staff (for example one of our group became ill in the night, and they couldn’t do enough for her). There was a tourist desk in the lobby, where the staff were very helpful with sightseeing ideas and organising transport. The breakfasts were very good, with lots of choice, including cooked breakfasts, fresh pastries and fruit. The rooms were large and well appointed. The wi fi was not great.
It is not near St Mark’s Square, which turned out to be an advantage because it was less crowded, and more typical of the non-tourist part of Venice. It was a few minutes’ walk to the Grand Canal, and so an easy vaporetto ride to the main tourist precinct. The hotel also offered free regular rides on their launch to St Marks, from right outside the front door. There were many good and reasonably priced restaurants nearby. It is close to the parish church near where Tintoretto lived for over 30 years, and so there are many of his paintings in the church – well worth a visit.More
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