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Greeted by such a warm, friendly hostess, we swiftly settled in, and loved our room! Big comfy bed and ensuite, very quiet too - so we slept like logs every night. Such a wonderful location, hardly any tourists and right on the waterfront. We ate...More
We were only in Venice for about 24 hours, definitely need more time! It was a nice room, up 3 flights of stairs though was a pain. Very spacious, HUGE dresser (took up one whole wall), and great views. We did have to use a...More
I stayed here with my husband and 2 kids (try getting a family room in venice for under 200 euros on easter weekend???)
It is over on Guidecca which is incredibly well connected to the main areas by vaporetto, 24 hours a day.
My sister and I visited Venice in June 2011 and were fortunate to stay at Ca' Isabella. The B&B is operated by a family and the only one who spoke English was the teacher/daughter however we were VERY well treated and had an absolutely wonderful...More
US$111 - US$165 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Giudecca is a retreat for Venetians away from the crowds. Symbolically, six metal teeth represent Venice’s six sestieri (districts); the seventh, Guidecca, points away from the others – part of Dorsoduro, but separated by the Giudecca Canal. Giudecca evolved from a center of shipyards and factories to a quiet residential area with a sprinkling of restaurants and bars. The majestic
harmonious Redentore church stands as thanks for delivering Venice from the plague, hosting an annual heartfelt festival.