Expensive, but nice. We chose to splurge a little since in Venice for the first time. We chose a room with a view. I wouldn't recommend paying the extra for a 'view'. We had a small window you had to stretch your neck out to see much. If I were to do it again I would pay the least amount possible for an inside, small hotel off the beaten path. There is no reason to pay big money for something you will see anyway once you walk outside. We were not in the room other than to sleep. IF the room had a set of glass windows and sliding glass doors facing the canal then maybe it would have been worth it, but in this case it was a window. Additionally, the air conditioning unit was just below the window which not only made it even more difficult to stretch your neck out, but it was also in the way of the curtains so you couldn't even close the curtains or you would lose air blowing into the room. The staff was nice, the location was excellent, the rooms were big and roomy, the breakfast was average European. Also, there was a floor lamp in the room in which the shade didn't sit right. I would expect for an expensive hotel like this one there would be nothing out of place.
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