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B&B Bloom Venice
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Reviewed August 2, 2012

We booked the Bloom not sure whether it was a true B&B or an extension of their parent hotel, Hotel Locanda Fiorita, which is just around the corner. Bloom turned out to be one of our favorite hotels on our trip. We checked in at Fiorita, and we were shown to the building around the corner. We received a key to the front door, and then our room key. It's like having your own apartment in Venice. Perfect for those independent travelers that do not need a lot of amenities from the front desk. Our room was the red room featured in pictures on the website. It was clean, not huge, but plenty of space, and very red! The bathroom was big enough, although not a lot of counter space for toiletries. The best part was when we were shown up to the library on the top floor - a fridge full of cold Prosecco to enjoy on the rooftop terrace. The terrace overlooks the piazza Santo Sebastian, and the church right across from the entrance. Take in a sunset up there - the golden evening light is just beautiful! One is also able to see a bit of the grand canal looking south towards the Accademia bridge and also the bell tower of San Marco across the rooftops. The rooftop terrace is a great way to meet some of the other guests, and we had some lively conversations while enjoying the views. Breakfast is served on your floor, and it was decent. Overall, highly, highly recommended. There is no elevator, so the stairs are a bit cumbersome with luggage, and again, there is no front desk in the building. Despite the draw backs, we loved this hotel and will most likely stay here again when we return to Venice.

  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed July 23, 2012

Wonderful location, typical venetian decor and fabulous roof terrace with a fridge full of complementary Prosecco! Great views across the city from the top.
The room was spotless, and roomy with a swanky bathroom. Air con was great.
The staff at the neighbouring hotel were very helpful, meeting us from the water taxi to show us the way and help with luggage. They also helped us plan our onward journey, and Anthony was especially helpful.
Highly recommend, and would certainly return.Not cheap but worth every penny.
We all loved it.

  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled with family
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Reviewed July 10, 2012

We stayed here 4 nights at the end of June and very glad we did. Over the years we’ve stayed in different types of accommodation in Venice inc private B&B, apartment on Giudecca and San Clemente Hotel. All great in their own way and would return to any of them inc Bloom. It’s round the corner from its mother ship, Locanda Fiorita Hotel. Settimo Cielo B&B is on the upper floors of the building housing Blooms. (Not sure why they have separate names.)

We’ve always liked Campo San Stefano which is near the Accademia Bridge and within easy walk of the Rialto and St Marks Square. Bloom is in a corner directly opposite San Stefano church (whose clock bells fortunately don’t chime at night) and by Paolin’s Gelateria selling reasonably priced ice cream reputed to be amongst the best in Venice. It’s a short walk from the San Angelo Vaporetto/Alilaguna stop. We took the Alilaguna Orange line boat from the airport. Takes about an hour. Book in advance online and save a Euro each way. Well, it’s a couple of ice creams each!

Our room was very comfortable and as good as it looks on the website – modern bathroom and good air conditioning which is very welcome after a hot day walking Venice. It was 30+ while we were there. There is nothing wrong with the breakfast but we just thought the quality was not quite as great as some reports seem to make out.

The roof top terrace is a huge bonus. It’s wonderfully relaxing to sit above the Square with a glass of Prosecco which is free and in plentiful supply from the fridge in the Library, watching people below or looking at the surrounding buildings and skyline with a glimpse of the Grand Canal between the buildings at the bottom of the Square.

The staff at the hotel are very friendly and helpful, particularly the English chap at Reception whose name I didn’t get. He recommended Beccafico for dinner and so do we if you don’t feel like going far to eat one day. Need to book at busy times and 1 main course might be enough since they give lots of free bits and pieces.

If you stay at Blooms, you certainly won’t regret it.

  • Stayed: June 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed June 29, 2012

I took my 12 year old daughter to Venice and Bloom was recommended by a friend of mine in Italy. It was the perfect choice for us and we echo the 5 star reviews here. The roof terrace is a real plus - to get above the bustle, the rooms are great, the breakfast is fantastic and the location is just right. The whole experience at Bloom had a feel of total luxury and elegance at a price that might be higher than others but felt very reasonable for its worth...how often can you get this comfort, location and rooftop views in such an amazing city? Fabulous. Thanks Bloom

  • Stayed: June 2012, traveled with family
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Reviewed June 20, 2012

Situated just at the edge of Campo Santio Sefano, Bloom B&B is quite possibly the perfect place to stay in Venice for a romantic, and very stylish, short break. While not the cheapest lodgings in town it is by no means the most expensive and you get a lot of space, beautiful decor, ice cold air conditioning, lovely linen, a comfy bed and much more for your euros. While you are not in the thick of the action, a good thing, all the main tourist sights are within short walking distance.

Using the directions sent to us by the owners of Bloom we found the hotel just round the corner where we checked in and were taken to the apartments  with no problems at all. It is no more than 5 minutes easy walking from the vaporetti stop at Saint' Angelo. We arrived in Venice by train and jumped on the number 1 vaporetti which takes you on a nice leisurely ride down the Grand Canal before dropping you right by Bloom - perfect introduction to the city.

To call Bloom a B&B might give a misleading impression to those of us from the UK where the term B&B would not be used to describe this type of accommodation. This is more like a high end serviced apartment where you have some very lovely ladies who come in every morning and serve you a very fine breakfast (each of the three floors has it's own dining "room" which seats 3 couples in style). We loved the concept and it really worked for us and most of the other guests, mainly couples, that we got chatting to during our 6 night stay.

We stayed in the red room which was spacious, beautifully decorated and  very romantic. The people who put the design together certainly have a great eye and very good taste - all the modern features you could wish for but with a nice nod to the heritage of the city in some of the styling.  Comfy bed big enough for three, shower that will fit a couple, nice bathroom products, free wifi, etc ,etc - pretty much every need is catered for. 

Given our experience in other hotels it's probably worth mentioning that this is a very queit hotel both during the day and night - only once were we disturbed and that was by a crazy drunk, who was obviously on the verge on some sort of breakdown, at 3am in the nearby square.

We loved the terrace and library room on the upper floor. Even with a very spacious room, which had a sofa and plenty of seating, it was great at the end of the day to sit above the square with a glass of chilled Prosecco from the fridge (the Prosecco is free, good quality and is replenished daily) and watch the tourists in the square below or gaze at the amazing skyline. If the weather is really hot this is a great spot for a siesta with comfy seating and white drapes to create your own shady spot.

The staff at the hotel are all really friendly and helpful - they are happy to book restaurants and make recommendations. If you are a "foodie" and you get the chance to chat with the very charming Anthony make sure you pick his brains - he will point you in the direction of some interesting, off the beaten track, places to eat and drink.

We are already planning our next visit to Venice and it would be a real shame to stay anywhere other than Bloom. Remember you get a 10% discount for cash!!

Stayed: June 2012, traveled as a couple
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