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12 expert recommendations
All told, this has become one of the best-value places in its category.
Simply yet tastefully decorated rooms; elegant common areas. Full review →
Everything is perfect here, starting from the waterside terrace, the pleasant breakfast room, the pretty rooms and the exquisite service.Book well in advance for this marvellous guesthouse as it is very popular.
A romantic canal-side sleeper, the Hotel La Calcina offers 27 antique-filled rooms, many with views. Full review →
The hotel has been host to an array of notables, including art critic John Ruskin, who may have been attracted to the reasonable prices. Full review →
This hotel on the sunny Zattere in the southern Dorsoduro has remained a quasi-sacred preference for writers, artists, and assorted bohemians. Full review →Do your best to avoid the side rooms that overlook a very narrow canal.
Breezy roof-garden breakfasts, canal-dock restaurant, and panoramas of Palladio's Redentore church across Giudecca Canal. Full review →
A very pleasant choice thanks to its excellent location on the Giudecca Canal and a light-filled interior.
The hotel has belonged to the same family for three generations and they take pride in its heritage. Full review →
Charismatic three-star hotel in the house where Ruskin wrote much of The Stones of Venice.
This family-run three star exudes old world-charm: the décor could never be described as cutting edge but it’s scrupulously clean, homely and comfortable. Full review →
With an air of civilised calm, La Calcina is one of the best value hotels in its category. Full review →
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