This is a very nice hotel in a quiet part of Venice, but close to Rialto bridge and Ca d'oro water bus stop. The room was really beautiful, with very high ceilings, big bathroom and a great bed. We arrived early, about 10, but was able to check in and leave our luggage. Breakfast was very good, a nice buffet with a decent selection. 12 o'clock checkout was also really good.
Traveller from Crewe
Located in Cannaregio, this romantic hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Ca' D'Oro Waterbus, Rialto Bridge, and Ca' d'Oro …More
Needed a central hotel, reasonably priced for a couple of nights. Amadeus suited us fine. Staff were very helpful, the room was quaintly Venetian, not over large but comfortable, well equipped and quiet.
Traveller from Yorkshire
Located in Cannaregio, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Palazzo Labia, St. Mary of the Friars, and Ca' d'Oro. Rialto …More
Good location. Not far from the train station or bus station so dragging your luggage to the hotel is not a chellenge. Restaurant right out side the alley that leafs to hotel and to the right had excellent food. I would recommended it.
Located in Cannaregio, this townhouse accommodation is within a 15-minute walk of Guglie Bridge, Ca' d'Oro, and St. Mary of …More
This was my first experience of having a hotel with a shared bathroom. Was so much better than I'd expected. There were 3 toilets on one floor, one with a bath and one with a shower. Kept very clean. The room itself was fine for what we needed- comfy bed, not a total box.
Location was perfect. Down a little alley ( nothing dodgy) so quiet on the nights. Plenty of restaurants and cafes. The water bus stop is right at the end of alley. Loads of shops, pharmacy.
Was a little pricey for what it was but we discovered Venice is a very expensive place overall!
Traveller from England
Budget guest house opposite Scalzi Bridge, 50 meters from Venice's Grand Canal and less than two kilometers from San Rocco.More
For visitors arriving by rail or by bus, Cannaregio is Venice’s front door and the start of the Grand Canal. It sees a lot of passing traffic in terms of canal boats and visitors en route to San Marco, but is otherwise quieter and less touristy than central Venice. Points of interest include the Ghetto area (the original Jewish enclave) with its museums and the majestic Ca d’Oro palace, one of the iconic buildings of the Grand Canal.