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Rio Terà Foscarini 912/A, Dorsoduro, 30123 Venice, Italy – Show map
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Food & Drink
Bar, Breakfast in the Room
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
No parking available.
24-Hour Front Desk, Express Check-in/Check-out, Tour Desk, Ticket Service, Baggage Storage, Concierge Service, Shared Lounge/TV Area, Fax/Photocopying
Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Elevator, Soundproof Rooms, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private), Air Conditioning
Italian, French, Spanish, English
1:30 PM - 12:00 AM
7:00 AM - 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 3 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All children under 2 years are charged EUR 8 per person per night in a crib.
All older children or adults are charged EUR 30 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 2.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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Score from 2645 reviews Good
Very good hotel, with a nice location. The room was big enough and the bathroom was clean. Their was a lot of choices for the breakfast and they were all good.
Clean room, well maintained, powerful shower and basic provisions
I would have appreciated a kettle and refreshments in the room and glasses for water. The coffee from the bar was nice and reasonably priced but you had to go down to reption to order and take up to your room, not the same as chilling in the room with your own supplies.
The location is very good as it is close to the main tourist areas, easy to walk around or use the frequent water buses (Vaporetto) from the Accademia stop. We bought a 72 hour ticket from Piazzale Roma, which makes it easier to get about by the vaporatto. Hotel offered a free trip by luxury water taxi to Murano Island to see a glass making factory (make your own way back by vaporetto). The room was quiet, clean, and well decorated. A good selection of restaurants close by. For the money it was excellent value. I would stay there again.
Room was small and too warm and unable to regulate using the room controls. The breakfast was adequate but sometimes the room was very crowded and somewhat chaotic, but the staff worked very hard to keep up with the demand.
Two single beds put together as double, was very uncomfortable when sleeping together. Musty/damp smell on arrival into room.
Small garden and open air sitting area with very comfortable seating. Friendly & helpful staff
Nothing in particular
Otel is really nice, perfect location, very nice personal, super open buffet breakfast. Really nice room decaration Recommend to every one
Great room -- brocade fabric walls, matching bed cover. Gold and white Murano chandelier over bed. Window view of a lovely courtyard.
Breakfast could be a lot better.Very sweet breads, canned fruit, no eggs.
It was a perfect spot to stay and still have plenty to do and see right out the door step and easy access to the more popular locations in Venice, including public transport.
Difficult WiFi connectivity.
Spaciousness, rooms (double +), staff, elevator, heating--all excellent
two of the members of our company were given rooms that smelled badly of perhaps mould. one wished to change, and was given an even better room for the same price, so no one can complain at all! on the contrary
The hotel is situated in the Dorsoduro community which is ideal for seeing the most beautiful art with the Academia just a few feet away, ScuolaGrande DI Rocco, Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari, San Sebastiano, and also the Peggy Guggenheim museum which has the exquisite view of the Grand Canal. The location is superb for walking to San Marco, Rialto,etc. and has access to all vaporetto transportation on both sides of the hotel, The dining area for breakfast is overseen by an efficient and gracious lady. I have stayed at the Belle Arti hotel at least 4 times and have enjoyed my stay immensely, Additionally, they have an elevator which is a joy after climbing bridges all day.
I wish they would put a railing on one side of the entrance to the hotel.
- Decoration, very venice style; - Free wi-fi in rooms; - Very near the boat dock and 10 min walk from central venice
- the breakfeast could be a little bit better, but nothing to bad to exclude everything else
We enjoyed the excellent location near the main objectives of Venice, right next to Ponte del`Accademia (major landmark), the Fine Arts Academy, Venice Design Institute and Peggy Guggenheim Museum, at just 150 m away from the Adriatic Sea. The authentic Baroque room interior design as well as the fresh homemade croissants & tarts, made our staying even more pleasant. The hotel has a beautiful exterior terrace with tables, umbrellas and lounge area, where breakfast can be served or you can socialize.
Nothing, unless the hotel location.
Though we went in October we were still eaten alive by Mosquitos or something else inside the room. Very poor service and breakfast for the price we pay.We pick up this hotel, because we liked the location in Dorsoduro. But hotel was pathetic. We've got a very noisy and tiny room at the first floor, it was impossible to sleep at night. We will never come back and I will not suggest this hotel neither to family neither to our friend.
Great spot, easy to get to, great outside dining and relaxing area, fantastic entrance
Breakfast is not worth the money too busy and basic.
Staff were rude and unhelpful. Air con didn't work or wifi.
Location close to ferry terminals. Great wifi. Option of luggage storage in baggage room. Nice & quiet. Breakfast ok, but NO cooked food. Hot water served in teapots by staff only lukewarm. Better off filling your own from coffee machine.
Crack in toilet seat in bathroom. Black mould in shower recess. Only 1 power point in room to charge appliances. Sign on Lobby Bar says tea/coffee available but to be paid for. When we requested same one evening "Not now!" was snapped at us as staff member went about her business. Not interested in the slightest! In view of the above, a kettle in the room could be a good idea (but then with only the 1 power point that could be a problem!!!).
location was good at about 20 minutes from Piazza San Marco, front entrance was very nice and the breakfast was good.
staff was not very helpful. they did the basics, but never went out of their way to help us. I would try a different hotel next time.
Coffee was good
Not much of a selection of items for breakfast. The only male that worked at the front desk was very rude, every time I asked a question it was like it was a bother.
There was no Airconditoner, we couldn't go down to the bar and sit down and have a drink, the dining area was only open for breakfast and for breakfast they only served cold foods and savoury stuff no hot foods. No kitchen appliances in the room to make a tea or coffee or a mini fridge with drinks. The staff never greet you when you walk in or out of the hotel.
We were in Venice during the recent 80+ degree (F) in October. There was no a/c on the first nite, but it was turned on fr somewhere in the hotel when we asked for it. The next day we were told by staff that it was against the law to use a/c after Oct 15.The next day the story was Sept 15 was the cutoff date. Meanwhile, every restaurant or other facility we visited had a/c. The day we were leaving they final turned on the air. Staff had bad attitude, were inhospitable and unhelpful.
location was very convenient..just across the Academy Bridge...close to Vaporetto stop and also very close to Water Bus to the Airport
The Staff was very curt and pretty much uncaring and aloof. the breakfast was not good...the cappucino looked and tasted like dirty water. Apparently guests from their other hotels come to this location for breakfast so very crowded
The public areas were nice - covered side porch and patio was nice. Breakfast was as expected. Very convenient to Academia vaporetto stop on Grand Canal and vaporetto from the airport.
The room was dark. It was hard to read. It was an unusually hot September and the air conditioning was turned off. I left the windows opened and got many, many mosquito bites. The people at the desk were unfriendly most of the time. There was thick fabric wall dressing and carpeting. It seems this is a poor choice for so humid a climate. What lurks behind? Bathroom was unusually cramped even for a single. I hit my knees on the towel hanger/warmer when on the toilet!
The room was clean and nicely decorated. The hotel staff was incredibly friendly. Miriam, the night concierge even got my husband and I a couple glasses of wine, after the bar was closed. Plus, it was only a 15 minute walk to some of the main sites, like San Marco square. We were happy that a continental breakfast was included in the price, since food in Venice is normally very pricey. They make good cappuccinos.
Oh dear god, the bells just about drove me batty! They went off at least 30 times, every hour (sometimes every 15-30 minutes) from 7AM-8PM. This made sleeping in rather difficult. The room was tinier than we would have liked, and our view was of a school's playground. If you stay there during the school year, be prepared for kids playing below your balcony window. It's best to keep the window closed anyway, even if it's hot (there's no air conditioning), or else you may get eaten alive by voracious mosquitoes. Though it's nice that breakfast is included, don't expect it to be a foodie find. Traditional breads, pastries, yogurt, deli meats, and canned fruit will be what you get. At least they serve good cappuccinos.
location and presentation of hotel particularly entry and reception.
Female receptionist with a bit of attitude (on the day maybe to be fair )
The geographical position
This was the first time ever that we have had to join a queue for breakfast; we had to wait for more than five minutes. And this was end October, not the height of the holiday season. A hotel should be equipped with breakfast tables sufficient to cope with the number of visitors.
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