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This is a cute little B&B in a lovely part of Venice. The area is a bit quieter than others as its slightly away from the main tourist sights - but don't worry, everything is still in easy walking distance. There are some nice restaurants...More
My and my couple visited Venice for just 2 days, and the hotel is really close to the city centre. We had a late arrival, but we didn't have any problem to get there.
The owner was really friendly and helpful form the first day,...More
In case you are making the reservation and you get a notice saying: the only room available is room #3, and the bathroom is separated from the room, I wouldn't worry about it and book it. Things to take into notice is that you don't...More
Ca' San Vio is a small establishment, but rather special. The owner Shepard is amicable and goes out of his way to assist and recommend the best places. Ca' San Vio is located close to the Accademia bridge. An excellent option close enough to the...More
Arrived to a warm welcome. Room number three is small but inviting. Bathroom for this room is across the hall but it was not a big deal for us. The shower is very small but no problem for us as well. Room and bathroom were...More
Artsy is the defining mood of this neighbourhood with street artists, students, painters, sculptors, restorers, curators, historians, collectors, heirs and heiresses rubbing elbows. Peggy Guggenheim's collection, now a museum, lures chic locals for evening art aperitifs. Traditionalists and visionaries cocoon in bohemian luxury. La Salute basilica buttresses the neighbourhood to the east. Gondolas bob
in the morning light. The Accademia Bridge crosses the Grand Canal. A back street doubles as basketball court. Palaces house residents, or like Ca' Foscari a university, or a museum like Ca’ Rezzonico that attracts Venetians for concerts. Dorsoduro reveals its industrial roots too, in buildings converted to house university departments or exhibitions. Campo Santa Margherita bursts with youthful energy from local students. Foot traffic bustles to and from Piazzale Roma and Santa Lucia train station. Evening commuters pause for an aperitivo. Neighbours exchange confidants in a campo (square) on their way to market.