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This pretty, secluded 17th-century palazzo, set in a quiet area of Dorsoduro just off the Grand Canal, has two wonderfully lush gardens—perfect for relaxing on warm afternoons before dinner.
After traversing the pretty garden, where an excellent buffet breakfast can be enjoyed, it’s the courtesy of the staff that is memorable.
Gothic-style "villa" where accommodations are charmingly decorated with a connoisseur's eye. Full review →
You'll have to reserve far in advance to get any room here, let alone one overlooking the breakfast garden, which is snuggled into the confluence of two canals. Full review →
Step through the ivy-covered gate of this 17th-century garden villa just off the Grand Canal, and you’ll forget you’re a block from the Accademia. Full review →Ask for Thelma, a superior double with its own patch of greenery, named after a regular who loved reading in the garden.
The 27-room Pensione Accademia - Villa Maravege is a charming mid-range option in the artsy Dorsoduro neighborhood. Full review →
Once the Russian embassy, this three-star seventeenth-century villa has a devoted following, not least on account of its garden.
A 15-minute walk from St. Mark's Square, this endearing throwback is a blissful reminder of just how delightful Venice can be. Full review →
With two lovely gardens flanked by canals, and an old-fashioned air in a less-touristy zone, the three-star Pensione Accademia — Villa Maravege has a genteel, throw-back charm. Full review →
In spite of the not always friendly staff, it's perennially popular with visitors seeking comfortable pensione-style accommodation. Full review →
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