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The Hotel Flora is an ivy-clad 17th-century palazzo tucked down a narrow alleyway in San Marco. Full review →
This tiny hotel is squeezed in a narrow alley just off one of the major fashion-shopping streets... the rooms are a little cramped, but well equipped.
The elegant and refined facade announces truly special place; the hospitable staff, the tastefully decorated rooms, and magical garden do not disappoint. Full review →
The simple name of this small, charming hotel refers to its greatest attribute: a jewel-like patio garden immediately beyond the welcoming lobby. Full review →
Down a lane from glitzy Calle Larga XXII Marzo, this ivy-covered retreat quietly outclasses brash designer neighbours with its delightful tearoom. Full review →
A quiet escape in central Venice. A quality breakfast is served in the beautiful interior garden during the warm months. Full review →
This large three-star is very close to the Piazza and has a delightful inner garden. Rooms are beautifully decorated with period pieces, though some are a little cramped.
Directly across from the more sophisticated Hotel Saturnia & International, this funky, traditional garden hotel occupies about as central a location for shopping and sightseeing as one could ask for Full review →Directly across from the more sophisticated Hotel Saturnia & International, this funky, traditional garden hotel occupies about as central a location for shopping and sightseeing as one could ask for.
The Flora is a rare find among the designer-label boutiques immediately west of St Mark’s Square. Full review →
Situated at the bottom of a cul-de-sac near piazza San Marco, it offers a dreamy, tranquil stay in the palazzo adjacent to what's known as Desdemona's house. Full review →
17th-century palazzo with a courtyard garden. Full review →
Many modern hoteliers like to trumpet the fact that they offer the comforts of a boutique property with the freedom of a private home. Full review →
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