Alle Fondamente Nuove

Address: Cannaregio 5086, Venice, Veneto, 30121, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Cannaregio area of Venice, is near Cannaregio, Santi Giovanni e Paolo, Galleria Giorgio Franchetti alla Ca' d'Oro, and Giorgione Movie D'Essai.
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsAlle Fondamente Nuove Venice

        Reviewed by agrifoglio

        Great place to stay!

        Reviewed Sep 9, 2016
        by (7 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

        Mario and Anna let one bedroom in their home near the Fondamente Nuove vaporetto/ferry docks. The room is spacious and spotless, with a firm, king-sized bed, air conditioning and free wifi. The ensuite bath has a large shower, a hairdryer, and various toiletries provided. An ample continental breakfast, consisting of pastries, yogurt, fruit, juice, coffee and tea, is served each morning from 8:00 to 9:30am. There is easy access to this B&B from Marco Polo Airport via the Alilaguna ferry. There are also frequent vaporetti leaving Fondamente Nuove for the islands of Murano and Burano, as well as other stops in Venice. Mario, who is a life-long resident of Venice, is extremely helpful with directions and advice on what to see. He also speaks excellent English. This is our second stay at the B&B Alle Fondamente Nuove, and I highly recommend it. Unfortunately, the business will be closing at the end of 2016. Happy retirement, Mario and Anna!

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        Reviewed by agrifoglio

        Great place to stay in Venice!

        Reviewed Sep 8, 2011
        by (7 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

        We chose this B&B because of its proximity to the Fondamenta Nuove dock. We had planned to arrive in Venice on the day of the Regatta Storica, and knew from past experience that the Grand Canal would be inaccessible. The Alilaguna ferry from the airport stops at Fondamenta Nuove. The B&B is located on a side street, just a short walk from the dock. Also, vaporetti to the islands of San Michele, Murano & Burano run frequently. We were also able to catch a vaporetto to the train station when we departed.

        Anna & Mario are very pleasant hosts... helpful when needed, otherwise unobtrusive. The room that they let is quite comfortable and fairly quiet, except for the sound of the vaporetti coming in & out. But that's just part of the charm of Venice. The bathroom is nice, with a large shower & plenty of hot water. Breakfast is served continental style, with juice, coffee, fruit, yogurt, and plenty of rolls & pastries.

        The walk to Piazza San Marco is a little tricky, but after the first day, we had no problem... about a 20-minute walk. And, if you don't feel like walking, you can always catch a vaporetto.

        The only problem we had with this place was that a €100 deposit was required, and it had to be sent by wire transfer. Our bank provided the service for a $30 foreign transaction fee, but Mario's bank charged a fee also, which was subtracted from the amount of our deposit. We weren't too happy about this, but Mario agreed to eat the fee on his end, so all was good. Perhaps this is only a problem with US banks, but it was an added difficulty.

        Our overall impression, however, was positive. We had a very pleasant stay, and would highly recommend the B&B Alle Fondamente Nuove.

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