We loved this apartment, although the mattresses are very hard. I felt the springs go into my ribs every time I turned over. I decided to take one of the quilts out of the closet to lay on top of the bed and it helped.
There are lots of interesting souvenirs to look at and beautiful furniture. It overlooks a canal and a square with a nice restaurant. It is in Dorsoduro, the less touristed section of Venice, so that was appealing to us too. Nearby you can walk to Piazza Santo Spirito and find some fabulous restaurants and a lively young crowd that stays late. The San Basiglio vaporetto stop is pretty close.
The only issue was finding it on our own and having to go to a completely different location to pick up and drop off the key. Carrying luggage in Venice is exhausting because there are MANY little bridges that you must carry it up and then down again. We recommend a vaporetto pass. It costs approximately 60 Euro for seven days and you will use that 60 euros up in 3 days….. It is not a small island and the vaporettos make it much more accessible.
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