We stayed at the Ca' Bonvicini back in June and thoroughly enjoyed our stay there. The room was very spacious, one of the largest we have had in Venice. It also came with excellent a/c which made a big difference to how comfortable we were. It has a great location, our room looked onto the canal so that helped to make it quiet in the night. The girls were friendly and provided suggestions for local restaurants. Breakfast was brought into the room - one small quibble was the lack of fruit but we stocked up on that and prosecco at the local store. As we've been to Venice quite a number of times we took more time out this time to visit the other islands - Torcello is definitely worth the visit as it takes you away from the hordes and provides the genesis of the Venetian story. A train trip to Padua also provided an interesting day trip away.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Situated a few steps from Rialto Bridge and San Marco Square Ca' Bonvicini was once home of a noble Venetian family, it offers its guests the opportunity to experience a wonderful stay in an old palace of the late 17th century. This B&B joins an atmosphere full of ancient tastes that evoke past times with all the modern comforts, to make your holiday in Venice unforgettable. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Ca` Bonvicini Hotel Venice