"Great position, very much in the heart of the city"
We were unlucky with weather, but still had a great trip. great place to explore. Best to get of the beaten track , into Dosurdoro(check out Venice Jazz club) & Jewish quarter , and just make a visit to St Marks. Once you are away from the big tourist attractions you can actually have a good value experience. The closer you get to St Marks , the more expensive it gets ,and the more ripped off you will feel !
Kayak's are a great way to explore canals.
hotel O'roglio is a solid central option, staff very friendly.
Traveller from London
Located in San Polo, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Pescaria, Rialto Bridge, and St. Mark's Basilica. St. Mary of …More
Great location for us - we didn't want to be right on the busy main canal.
Room comfort was fine on the second day after they turned on the air conditioning.
On the first night we had to sleep with the windows open and it was noisy - it seems like there is a popular late night spot there.
Traveller from Denver, CO
Located in San Polo, this townhouse accommodation is within a 10-minute walk of Palazzo Barbarigo, Rialto Bridge, and St …More
Well kept and clean hotel. Staff were very nice and helpful, and cleaning staff did a very nice job. Although small, still a comfortable room. Breakfast was included in our price, but was very Spartan...a couple choices of pastries (not too tasty), cereal, and yogurt. Walk to train station about 15-20 minutes. Close without being right in a crowded area.
The water taxi dropped us off and picked us up less than 50 yards from the room, that was awesome. We walked Venice with ease from our room and had access to everything we wanted to see. Our only disappointment was the room size. There was only room enough to walk around the bed, and a small bathroom as well. Glad that we only had one night to stay here. This is definitely not somewhere you want to spend any time as the room provides no amenities.
Breakfast was fabulous.
Traveller from Colorado, USA
Located in San Polo, this apartment is within a 10-minute walk of Campo San Polo, Rialto Bridge, and St. Mary of the Friars …More
Home of the Rialto Market, San Polo is the busiest 'sestiere' (district) after San Marco. For local colour, great little shops, bars and cafes, the Rialto market area is a must. Dining on the Grand Canal next to the iconic Rialto Bridge is a romantic Venetian cliché. Near the bridge, the Ca' Pesaro is home to the Museum of Modern Art while 16th-century masterpieces are on show at the Frari church and Scuola Grande di San Rocco.