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3,8 sur 5
Recommandé par 100 % des clients
4,2 Propreté de la chambre
3,9 Services et personnel
4,0 Confort de la chambre
4,0 Conditions de l'hôtel
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4 sur 5
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pour Tout le monde
par un voyageur vérifié

Bonne adresse

Publié le 24 juin 2013
Bien situé, chambre grande et propre, belle salle de bain, hôte très sympa
4 sur 5
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pour Tout le monde
par un voyageur vérifié

Venise en mai

Publié le 9 mai 2012
Les + : Accueil et propreté.
Situation : En plein centre de la ville.
Accueil très chaleureux. Prend le temps de nous conseiller sur les visites de sa ville.
3 sur 5
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par un voyageur vérifié de Bruxelles

B&B dans une authentique maison vénitienne

Publié le 19 oct. 2011 sur Hotels.com
Un B&B de charme dans une authentique maison vénitienne: vieil escalier en pierre, ... Confort et service "à l'italienne", un peu bordélique mais sympa et plein de charme...le patron vaut le détour...la salle des petits déjeuners, et les petits déjeuners eux-mêmes laissent un peu à désirer, mais voilà... Situation excellente, en pleine zone touristique et très calme à la fois!
4 sur 5
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par LB

Venice - B & B

Publié le 28 juin 2012 sur Hotels.com
Was excellent - the personal service and touch from Gisueppe was fantastic is what really made the difference. The area is perfect, exactly where we would want to be in Venice adn would definitely stay there again.
3 sur 5
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par Dr Othman

After all, this is Venice!

Publié le 25 mai 2012 sur Hotels.com
Venice is a unique city which u have to visit ONCE! So crowded, so busy, so expensive and that applies to the A venice emeralds too! The owner "Pepe" is trying his best, almost single handed. But that was not good enough. We r a couple approaching 60s had a accept a 3rd floor room and carry our bags up there almost getting a heart attack! After a very short time u'll find out that u have to accept all what the owner says coz with "pep" its either he's right or u r wrong!
1 sur 5
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par un voyageur vérifié

Horrible Experience

Publié le 9 mai 2012 sur Hotels.com
Upon arriving in Venice we were dropped by a water taxi about 2 blocks from the hotel, we carried our luggage across the pebbled streets and over stairs to arrive at the Hotel. We met the proprietor Giuseppe in the alley, he didn't ask for our reservation, but started telling us which rooms he had available, I wasn't sure if we were getting the rooms we booked so I inquired if the rooms would still have private baths. The proprietor became enraged and began yelling at me ( we still had not been invited to the reception area, but were still in the alley) I said nothing as I was a little in shock, he continued yelling and telling me I should sleep on the streets again I said nothing, but knew I would have to find another hotel. It was very difficult as it was a holiday weekend, I was with a party of 6, my friends decided to stay there. The proprietor told them he would not charge for my room, but of course he did and charged for 2 nights rather than the one. When they checked out he told them he only accepted cash even though we were told in advance that he accepted all major credit cards. Needless to say I would not recommend this hotel.
4 sur 5
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par Scott

Good value, great location

Publié le 21 avr. 2012 sur Hotels.com
B&B close to major sites but on a quiet side street. Giuseppe tries very hard to make your stay pleasant and makes a great breakfast. . Room was very clean and comfortable and not too small Only surprise was that he didn't take credit cards.
5 sur 5
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par un voyageur vérifié de Denver

An entertaining host

Publié le 19 oct. 2011 sur Hotels.com
Giusepepe has done a beautiful job remodeling and modernizing an historic building. Breakfast was good with hot croissants. He gave us very useful information for getting around and saving money eating. Just listening to him talk was entertaining. Important to know that he only takes cash. We missed that somehow.
5 sur 5
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par un voyageur vérifié de Canada

Highly recommended!

Publié le 18 sept. 2011 sur Hotels.com
We had an excellent stay at this B&B. We chose it as it was one of the most reasonably priced places to stay in Venice (by Venice standards). What we found upon arriving was a conveniently located, welcoming and comfortable place to stay. Giuseppe, the owner, was an excellent host and made us feel right at home, as though we were old friends. Our room was nicely decorated and the bed was very comfortable (which can be hard to find), breakfast every morning was excellent and we were always greeted with a smile. I would highly recommend this as a place to stay.
5 sur 5
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par un voyageur vérifié de Cumbria, UK

A Venice Emeralds

Publié le 22 mai 2011 sur Hotels.com
We stayed at the hotel for 7 nights. It is in a great location close enough to the main sights but off the beaten track so no crowds. The hotel was extemely clean, the beds great! The breakfast was good with great coffee. Giuseppe or Peppe (as he is known) speaks good English and was very helpful, you get the feeling he really wants everyone to enjoy their stay in Venice. We found the hotel very easily, although I know many people had trouble finding it. We think the easiest way to get there, is to get off the vaperetto at San Zaccaria and walk along the waterfront to the Hotel Daneli, take the alley/lane up the side of the hotel (the hotel is red, so easy to spot) at the top of the lane go left into a small square, then immediate right and follow this alley over the bridge (you will pass the front of a hotel on the otherside of the canal) keep following the lane up the side of that hotel. The street at the top is Rufa Giuffa, here turn left carry on straight until you see the next footbridge over a canal. Approximately 20 feet before the footbridge make a right into Ramo Grimani. The first door on the right is A Venice Emeralds. (The shop on the corner where you turn right is a herbalist. ) This walk with our backpacks took us 5 minutes. Just before we left Venice, I realised that by using the numbers you can navigate. So look out for 4860 and as you walk along Rufa Giuffa you will see the numbers getting closer. Another landmark if you get lost is that at the end of the alley with the hotel is the Grimani Palace (worth a look).