but only tell the ones who deserve it...Such a stylish and elegant small hotel I don't think any other of this category can compare in Venice : you may believe me, I have been visiting more than 10 times! A real Venitian feeling in its refined furniture and rich materials, not to forget the quiet patio ( rare in Venice ), inventive breakfast, included, with a daily home made special : loved the Mozzarella in Olive oil...and adorable hosts : Elena the cheerful one-woman-band , full of life and smiles and the young owner Daniele who'd help you whatever your needs..
If you add the ideal location, next to the Grand Campo San Polo and the busy Rialto, plus the most attractive price, you sure get one of the best spots in Venice. Especially while many hotel owners are charging abusive prices for outdated gloomy rooms.
It's not that easy to find at night time, but nothing is in Venice's small lanes anyway. Still I now know it's at the corner of "Birarria La Corte"... and the plate with instructions on how to find your room key is nearly impossible to read in the dark, I was not the only one to be completely lost...and had to call Daniele...The paint of the beige rooms is unfortunately a bit damaged at places and the light beige carpets somehow stained too : you'd feel sorry some clients may be so careless! I had a single room, small but incredibly cosy ( the window will have to be fixed though, it would be nice to open it...) and Daniele was kind enough let me visit the other rooms...the green ones are fantastic, the one with a Spa bath on the ground floor especially.
No need to look for a location on my next trip to Venice...I'll be back to Hotel Acca always...If you are looking for authentic, avoid the so called typical Trattorias and try the "barcaros", wine bars, many of them close to the big Rialto market and the best one 5 minutes walk from the hotel : All' Arco, Calle dell Ochialer 436, unfortunately closed for diner...enjoy the most delicious ( and cheap) Venitian tapas, the "cicchettis" and exquisite wines at glass on the terrace...As for the Grand Canal, if you really want to experience diner al fresco, I would recommend the last one on Riva Del Vin, corner of Calle de La Madona close to Rialto Bridge, very touristic indeed but ideal location, charming service and some Venitian specialities if you feel like trying ( Spaghettis in Sepias ink, mussels and shells..) As for a drink, ideally the Venitian Spritz, (Bitter, white wine and sparkling water) try the stylish "La Piscina", Dorsoduro 780, with a breath taking view on La Giudecca canal...My only regret and that's a bitter one, is the Chinese invasion of my beloved city...unlike Japanese tourists who show repect for it, these ones are making it look like a Luna Park...dreadful!
The green ones...and the ground floor with a Spa Bath especially...
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