Just steps away from the Rialto Bridge and a vaporetto stop. Five minutes walk from Piazza San Marco; that is, if you don't get lost in the many narrow meandering "streets". Maybe 15 minutes walking to Fondamente Nuove where you can board a vaporetto to Murano and Burano. The hotel rooms are small but very clean and comfortable with ensuite toilet and shower. There is no elevator and negotiating the narrow stairs (even to arrive at the reception desk) could be a problem for some people, especially with large suitcases. Also, the fact that no breakfast is provided was somewhat annoying as we needed to go out early, deal with the always-present, throng of tourists (not to mention it was raining and cold) and find a café where we could sit and eat our small breakfast. Yes, the low price of the hotel does make up for this inconvenience, but I'm just sayin' it's not ideal. Ultimately we were very happy during the two nights we stayed at the San Salvador. The two ladies that run the hotel were very kind and helpful. If we go to Venice again, we would definitely stay at the San Salvador.
- Also Known As:
- San Salvador Hotel
- San Salvador Venice
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hotel San Salvador is a small 2 stars hotel, located in a small alley 1 minute by feet from the Rialto Bridge. All rooms are quite small, but nicely decorated. San Marco Square is 5/10 minutes by feet. ... more less
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