Nice place, nice room, nice breakfast, nice building!
- Free Wifi
- Breakfast included
The hotel is in a good location (once you get used to the Labyrinthe that is Venice!), clean, good value for money and with a good breakfast. Our room was quite big, and the bathroom was vast. The decoration was a bit tired, but does that really matter when you're there to see the city?!
Just up the road from the hotel is Campo Santa Margerita, that gets full of students in the evening - but never fear, it has a lovely atmosphere where you can enjoy an aperitif amongst the chatter. Ai Sportivi (also in the square) does the most amazing pizzas!
the hotel was very well situated for our needs, value for money was good as well, the room was a bit small but clean and well decorated.
This hotel was situated outside the normal tourist location in Dorsoduro and yet very covenient - easy to reach by vaporetto. Close to Campo Santa Margherita, Gallerie dell' Accademia and Collecione Peggy Guggenheim.
Room was small but clean and a nice view to the canal. Good breakfast in the morning and friendly staff.
My wife and I returned last night from our sixth stay at the Hotel Pausania and once again were delighted with the reception we received. We last visited just under a year ago and since then some more improvements have been made (and we thought it excellent before!) - the stairs have a handrail (good for those of us approaching retirement age), the room had a safe, a kettle was provided in the room for those essential late night coffees and we were even provided with slippers! What more could you ask?
This really is a great hotel in a marvellous district near a really lively square with its shops and restaurants and crowds of perfectly behaved young people enjoying life. There is an energy about this district that is infectious.
We won't leave it long before once again booking a room in this hotel.
This old hotel is in a great neighborhood of excellent restaurants, markets, coffee and gelato. The room was very nice, breakfast typical for this type of hotel, and there was a balcony that overlooked the canal. That was an especially lovely place. The stairway to the second floor is outside, though covered, and added to the charm of the place, as did the inner courtyard. As Venice is small, you are close to the things you need to be close to.