Well, Trip advisor community you didn't let us down. This little charmer is set right in the Jewish neighborhood, right on the canal. No it isn't the Grand Canal, but just as cool without the crowds. We stayed in a junior suite, canal view. We decided to pay a bit more, because to come all the way to Venice and not have a beautiful view, didn't make sense to us. The room is beautiful, I'm sure you can see from the pictures. We stayed in the top floor suite (gold room). The pictures are not even as pretty as the wow factor when you open the door for the first time. The room was spotless all the days we stayed. Beautiful marble floors throughout. Venetian glass fixtures. There is a frig in the room, so you can do a little shopping. The T.V. doesn't have many channels, but we didn't come all that way to watch T.V. The wi fi is free and great connections. We even did web cam with out kids. When you open the windows (so cool) the view is incredible. It was hard to believe we were there. We ate breakfast there every morning. It was the same every day, but it was a great start to the day. With the expense of coffee in Italy, it was wonderful to have three cups (american size) every morning. It was too cool to eat outside, which would have been so wonderful. Also the terrace on the roof is not open now because it is too cool. Carlos and all his staff are very helpful and friendly. We asked for some hot water in the evening to make some coffee, and they were more than happy to do that. This inn is very easy to find from the train station and very walkable. Just follow the directions they provide you and you should be able to find it easy. Take note of the picture of the outside of the building seen in Trip advisor and you'll be able to know when you are close. Take note that the entrance is around the corner from the front of the building. We came by train and left by airplane. To get to the airport you can pay about 14 euro each and take the airport boat to the airport. It stops very close to this Inn. There are a lot of water bus boats that stop very close to the Inn. I would recommend a one, two, three day pass on the water bus boats, so you can jump on and off at any point (a three day pass is 35 euro each). Water taxi's are very expensive. You could easily pay 100 euro to get to the airport. The folks at the Inn are very willing to help. Note there may be a price break if you stay more days. Ask them for those details. If we every come back to Venice, we would stay here. Highly recommend!