Hotel Antico Panada
A slightly old-fashioned but quirkily appealing hotel with a welcoming feel, which is fairly original inside despite its unpromising exterior. Like similar properties in this street, it is a fairly basic offering, proximity to St. Mark's Square being its most favourable feature.
This location is very central and quite lively and, with another hotel literally only a couple of metres across the street, front rooms will be quite dark.
A plain and very tatty-looking brown 17th century building with green shutters.
Property type: Hotel
Built Year: 1600s
Fairly homely and distinctive if quite simple, where a small reception is decorated with theatre posters and boasts an original decorative Art Nouveau glass panel.
Adjacent is a small, reasonably comfortable lounge, not so much overlooking as being overlooked by the continual passers-by on the street outside.
The low-ceilinged L-shaped breakfast room is straightforward and compact, and a small cluttered TV lounge extends to a cosy, almost pub-like wood-panelled bar.
There are no grounds.
Area Type: In a bustling tourist area 70m NE of St Mark's Square on a busy narrow street of tourist shops, cafes and restaurants, opposite another hotel. Main 'Mercerie' shopping street 50m, San Zaccaria vaporetto 300m.
- Public facilities
- Internet terminal(s)
- WiFi Access
- In-room facilities
- Air conditioning
- TV (English language)
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