Beautiful renovated palazzo, off the main tourist route, but only 10 minutes walk to the quay near St Marks.
In a seemingly residential area, so lots of little local shops, supermarkets, bakery, wine shop, fresh fruit stalls, so ideal if you are making use of the self catering option - most of the rooms and apartments have access to a kitchen for a small extra charge.
Breakfast very nice - choice of juices, ham, cheeses, cereals, breads, pastries, boiled and scrambled eggs, your choice of tea and coffee options. A little pricey at €14, but worth it for convenience, and if you don't plan to stop to refuel through the day.
Huge room and bathroom with toiletries and hairdryer.
No bar or restaurant, but lovely courtyard and terrace to sit in, and with a supermarket across the street,with prosecco for €6, and a fridge in the room, we didn't mind at all.
Staff very pleasant and helpful, good English.
Only one quibble - there was a private party one evening, which meant we couldn't sit in the courtyard - if we had known about it in advance, we could have made plans to spend the evening elsewhere. As it was, we had returned to the hotel for the evening, intending to spend the evening there, before we were told, which was a bit annoying.
Traveller from wales