Best Western Hotel Bisanzio
A presentable property, in a building that dates from 1569 but was not converted into a hotel until 2001. A member of the Best Western Group, this property should suit those who are looking for a well managed and very central base with plenty of amenities around. The provision of tea and coffee making facilities in the rooms is a welcome bonus.
A rather concealed but authentic Venetian-style building with a wide glass frontage and entrance area, narrow windows and shutters.
Property type: Hotel
Balcony/Terrace: Some rooms
Built Year: 1569
Attractive beams and a gently curving reception desk add style and elegance to the attractive lobby with its dark wood furnishings and subtle lighting.
The marble floors of the communal areas provide a cool and airy feel whilst the breakfast room is tastefully decorated with pristine textiles and well spaced tables.
There are no grounds.
Area Type: Opposite a narrow junction and tucked behind a number of other smart looking properties in the San Zaccaria area, 200 yds to the E of St Mark's Square. There are plenty of small boutique style shops and eateries in the surrounding streets and the San Zaccaria water bus stop is 100 yds from the entrance.
- Public facilities
- In-room facilities
- Air conditioning
- Tea/Coffee making facilities
- TV (English language)
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