After a mission and a half to find it we eventually checked into the Four Seasons B & B. If you do one thing before you go to Venice get a map as arriving without one is a nightmare. Every street is a warren of side streets and within seconds you are lost. After checking in (at the parent hotel) we were shown around the corner and led up the stairs to the four seasons. Upon entering you come into a small kitchen where breakfast is laid out in the morning (nothing special just pre-packaged croissants, yoghurts, bread rolls, red juice and tea/coffee). We were then led through the kitchen and up a set of ridiculously steep and narrow stairs to a room in the loft. The room was beautiful with a wrought iron double bed but very small and no room to move around. In the ceilings were huge wooden beams which made it stunning but what was a disappointment was the step ladder that you had to climb to get into the worlds tiniest bathroom. Myself and my partner are both tall so needless to say we came away with a few bumps on the head. We enjoyed our stay here and would definitley recommend it for location which was excellent (3 mins to the Rialto) and comfort. I would only be wary when booking if you have any sort of mobility issues or children as the room we were in was definitely not suitable for either.
All in all though a good hotel for the price which is high everywhere in Venice!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- An old arch and beyond it a typical Venentian courtyard shelter this small oasis of peace and tranquillity... Dedicated to the local famous musician Antonio Vivaldi our rooms are characterized by exposed wood beams and windows overlooking onto a typycal venetian little street. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Bed And Breakfast The Four Seasons
- b&b The 4 Seasons
- b&b The Four Seasons Hotel Venice
- Four Seasons Venice
- Venice Four Seasons