Hotel Agli Alboretti was our choice of accommodation in Venice for 3 days at the end of June of 2013. We enjoyed walking to all the most popular attractions from the hotel; it is situated in the Dorsoduro very near the Accademia bridge, with the Grand Canal and a vaporetto stop right there. We walked and vaporetto'd (definitely worth getting a multi-day pass) all over: to St. Mark's square to the Doge's Palace and the Basilica, to restaurants and shopping in the Rialto Bridge area, to Giudecca to see the Hilton and have a snack (bring $$), and to the Tronchetto parking structure the fast way via the vaporetto #2 from the Zattere stop (easy access if you have a car). The hotel breakfast was very good and we looked forward to it before starting our day. We highly recommend the Alboretti to all.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Situated in the elegant "Sestiere" (neighbourhood) Dorsoduro Agli Alboretti is a fine family three star hotel meticulously run by Mrs. Anna Linguerri, helped by a dedicated staff, some of whom have been working here for many years. Enjoy the quiet, relaxing atmosphere of an ancient Venetian house, placed in a strategic position to visit the most interesting sites of Venice. The hotel is in front of the Accademia Galleries, very few minutes from Guggenheim Collection, St. Mark’s Square and Rialto bridge. It is near public transports for the City, the airport and the islands (Murano, Burano, Torcello) and therefore easily reachable also from Piazzale Roma (car and bus terminal) and railway station. All the 23 rooms at disposal are furnished in 19th century or navy style and have been recently redecorated. They are fitted with private services, satellite TV, wireless Internet connection, mini bar and air conditioning in Summer. They overlook either the large street Rio Terà Foscarini or some private inner gardens among which the courtyard of the hotel where, in Summer, breakfast is served. A lift makes easy to reach the four floors of the building and the terrace on top where guests can sit and relax. The curious name "Agli Alboretti" comes from the "small trees" that were planted along the street Rio Terrà Foscarini at the end of 19th century when the canal was filled in and transformed into a street. Venetians are not accustomed to have trees along the "calli" and they started to call it "the street of the small trees." ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Agli Alboretti Venice
- Agli Alboretti Hotel