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Hotel Metropole - Venice Hotels
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Hotel Metropole

Riva Degli Schiavoni 4149, Venice 30122 - Map
Very luxurious hotel. The best thing: centrally and conveniently located!
A Traveller
Hotel Metropole has a private landing stage for arrivals by water taxi. Guests can walk to the Bridge of Sighs and Piazza San …More
Hotel Danieli - Venice Hotels
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Hotel Danieli

Riva Degli Schiavoni, 4196, Venice 30122 - Map
"Elegant and Historic Hotel"
Great hotel on Grand Canal seconds from San Marco. Directly on vaporetto stop for easy travel anywhere in Venice. Staff couldn't do enough for us and checked rooms twice each day to make sure everything was perfect. Lots of extras including chocolate on bed each day, free waters daily, and heated towel racks. The concierges were great responding to my wife's difficult challenges such as where to find medieval manuscript pages for sale and where to buy silk fabric to make clothing with. Great bathrooms with everything. Separate small room for suitcases and storage. Nice not to have to clutter room and trip over things. SILK Sheets and great beds! The best.. Also, one stop across canal on # 2 vaporetto to San Giorgio church. Bell tower has elevator for BEST views of Venice and its islands.
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This historic Venice hotel, dating from the 14th century, is located on Riva degli Shiavoni overlooking the Venice lagoon and …More

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    Bordering San Marco and the Rialto and stretching east to some of Venice's quietest greenest parts, Castello is the city's most varied 'sestiere'. Its most famous aspect is the Riva degli Schiavoni waterfront next to the Bridge of Sighs, with picture-postcard views onto the lagoon. Yet a few yards from the tourist hoards, the backstreets are quiet and typically Venetian. There are many outstanding churches and art collections in this area.

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