We visited Venice for two days before our cruise. We chose this hotel because of its location near the train station, bus terminal and close to a Vaporetto station. Venice is very expensive and our room rate of $150 per night was as much as we were willing to pay. The room was small but it had its own bathroom with shower, cable tv, mini bar and fridge, window to courtyard and it shared a common area which had a kitchen, dining room table and couch with an adjoining room. The breakfast room was upstairs and included fruit, yogurt, bread, butter, jam, honey, various cereals, juice and filtered coffee, tea and espresso. Free wi-fi access was available in the main building of the hotel near the front desk but not in our room which was remote from the rest of the hotel which was a former residence or palazzo. Our room did not have a view to the canal but the hotel itself fronts the canal. The entrance to the hotel is on a side street and not on the canal so you can easily miss it if you don't have the address in hand.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Palazzo Cendon is a palace rich in history and a peaceful retreat in a perfect venetian style. Overlooking the “canal di Cannaregio” - one of the ancient arteries of venetian trade - in the heart of Venice, it puts together the elegance of a 15th century palace with the modern services of a high level residence. The particular care for details and the utmost attention to guests’needs makes every stay a charmed and relaxing break. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Palazzo Cendon Hotel Venice