Ca fortuny turned out to be a scene stealer on comfort. Slightly expensive in terms of the stay but if you look at other venice hotels, it is surely value for money. The rooms are large and are absolutely delightful on comfort.
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The location of Do Pozzi cannot be surpassed. While it is in close proximity to San Marco, it is also an easy walk to both Accademia and Rialto. Staff both at the front desk and in the breakfast room were welcoming and helpful making restaurant reservations and giving directions. A special thanks to Alberto for printing my train ticket and for sharing conversation about towns in Italy.
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A good hotel about 5 mins walk into st marks square. My room was at the back of the hotel overlooking a canal rather than the front of the hotel which is facing a very impressive church but it was good to be able to watch the gondoliers coming past the window. The room was clean and comfortable. The buffet style breakfast was also excellent. Overall very pleased and would book again.
Pros- great breakfast that is included, hotel staff very helpful and they will change currency and make reservations for you. Perfect location very close to st marks square.
Cons- rooms are small, handheld shower head with holder only down on bathtub level so you have to hold the shower head unless taking a bath. Hair dryer is probably 20 years old. We paid the extra money for canal view which I would recommend not doing. Go with the cheaper room and spend the extra cash on a boat ride.
Location of the hotel was great! Very close and convenient. However the standard rooms are quite small, so not sure if they provide good value for money or not but if you want an excellent location, then great hotel to stay at.
San Marco (St Mark’s) is quintessential visitors’ Venice. The Piazza San Marco, famous for its pigeons, campanile, basilica, Palazzo Ducale (Doge’s Palace) and expensive cafes, is unmissable. The waterfront views are legendary and more gondolas depart from here than anywhere else in the city. In season the Piazza teems with day trippers though just a block or two away streets are quiet and offer more museums and palaces to explore.
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