Hotel is located in a great position, practically in between the Rialto Bridge and P.zza San Marco...so, basically u can't get lost BUT, no matter how they tried, the personel was snobish, they have reccomended us APPARENTLY places to eat where they have their 'cut' and it was a total failure. I, speaking italian, was asking specifically for 'local' places and they have sent us to Bistro... one of the two most expensive restaurants which, by all means, is nice if u are the type of ppl who want 6-7 waiters 'dancing' around you ALL THE time... but ok...Hotel was great, we had a suite, service and all was at maximum lvl. If u can afford it, it is worth every penny spent....but be sure not to be a smoker... they do have a beautiful terrace but it rained all the time so...
Dont EVER forget, they, as all the other, can arrange a FREE trip to Island of Murano. OK, was nice, short and commercial from I remeber 25 yrs ago (we even bought something) but I wanted more of the 'bacground' so we went to the local museum as well...result: my neck hurts from stairing at the chandeliers but NO REAL history there... just technique. If u want a real bacground and a bit of romance, must read is “The Glassblower of Murano” written by Marina Fiorato. After read this book, and after I already been to Murano, it was the only reason I went to see that place again in research of bits and pieces of that 'story'... results: 0 points. As if 'they' are hiding that part of the history of Murano. So Museo Arceologico is a 'cra'p unless u want to pay 12€ (two persons) for.. looking at the old cups. But as I said, it is offered (seceretly) by all hotels, at least to go there...just be careful HOW u are getting back. Vaporetto states it stops at 'San Marko+... it didnt. It stopped at St. Zacccharia. We, foolis, didnt have the map and we made ALL the way to... nvm. So be careful.
But, getting back to the hotel... really romantic, really good placed, really expensive but worth it.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Just opened in 2006, Hotel a La Commedia is located in one of the most lively areas of the historical centre a few steps away from Rialto bridge and the most famous San Marco's Square. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- a La Commedia Venice
- a La Commedia Hotel