A fairly basic and straightforward option which, despite its nondescript exterior, has surprisingly inviting and cosy public areas, even if they are rather small.
Situated in a quiet courtyard off a fairly busy area, it's reasonably close to the central sights, but you may need a map to find your way back at night.
A plain 2- to 4-storey 17th-century terracotta-rendered building with green shutters.
Property type: Hotel
Built Year: 1600s
A surprisingly plush if limited interior comprises a small entrance hall and a combined reception, lounge and breakfast room with warm red walls, green furnishings, a stained glass window, Venetian-glass chandeliers and a small bar at the end.
There are no grounds.
Area Type: Hidden in a tiny alley just off a bustling street, 50 yds from a small square packed with shops, bars and restaurants, 200 yds NE of St Mark's Square.
- Public facilities
- In-room facilities
- Air conditioning
- TV (English language)
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