Originally a wooden oratory frequented by fishermen and farmers (later rebuilt), this beguiling hotel features small but artsy rooms, even for Venice: Headboards have been hand-painted by a local artist, exposed wood beams crisscross the ceiling, and vintage drapes and curtains add a cozy feel (work by Jacopo Palma the Younger, the 16th-c. Mannerist painter, adorns the public areas). The bathrooms are embellished with terracotta tiles and Carrera marble. The location is excellent for the train station, while the roof terrace on the third floor is the best place to soak up a panorama of the city (breakfast is served up here). It’s incredibly popular—book months ahead.
Ai Due Fanali
Campo San Simeon Profeta 946
Our Rating Neighborhood In Santa Croce Transportation Vaporetto: Ferrovia (cross the Scalzi bridge over the Grand Canal; once you are to the other side, continue straight, taking the 2nd left and keep walking to the Campo San Simeon Profeta). Phone 041-718490 Prices 76€–135€ double Amenities Bar; concierge; room service; Wi-Fi (free) Units 16 units Web site Ai Due Fanali Other Rates include buffet breakfast. Closed most of Jan.Book a Room Now
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