We stayed in a double room. Ok, yes, the room and bathroom are small but the friendly helpful staff, location and romance of Venice make up for it if you're easy going, tidy and in love. 17th century style decor including wooden beams and shuttered windows to lean out of and watch locals walking their dogs to the corner store or shop owners chattering just before closing or the human powered carts being coaxed to and from the canal loaded with laundry and supplies for us tourists. We were situated above a small bar that wasn't that noisy. When closed the shutters block out any noise from the street below. The bed is comfy and the room had aircon which is compulsory in the summer heat. There is a wardrobe, a desk and 2 small bedside tables and a couple of chairs. The breakfast was croissants, bread, yoghurt, fruit, cheese, meat paste, jams, and the huge pots of American coffee were popular. There are plenty of restaurants nearby. The square is delightfully quiet and you can sit outside at the breakfast tables anytime with wifi, a bottle of bubbles or your watercolours to catch the changing colours of the rendered buildings at sunset. After a long days of sightseeing we were always happy to get back to our little love nest. While the bathroom did get the gong for the smallest I have ever seen, the shower was big enough to bend down and do your feet. I would recommended getting dressed in the bedroom itself is easier. If the weathers good and you don't have to spend loads of time in your room, you know your room mate well, and are a romantic at heart, 2or3 nights here would be fine. You could try upgrading to a larger room if budget allows.