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Historical Traveler Reviews Almaviva House Venice
Happy and great stay
We booked room with 2 beds. The apartment was very well prepared an immaculate. The decor is very charming: nice old lamps on walls and very modern lamp on the floor. The rooms are very large abd bright. Separate bedroom, huge bed, great shower. We wanted to make only 2 days stay in VEnice but we were so impressed we decided to extend our stay. For the price and quality of Almaviva? Good price and good quality. We hope to be back one day. It would be a great room for our honeymoon.
Almaviva Residence!!! great stay!!!
I was recently in VEnice and I stayed in very new, just opend place. Is called Almaviva Residence and when I arrived there were still smtg to put in order, but this wasn't problem. The place is so well located, the manager of the palce so welcoming and available for all our requested that our trip was really great. I am sure that in a few month this place will be on the top. At moment they don't have web. I find it becasue asked in one restaurant in VEnice. VEry recomandable place.
Almaviva house is a wonderful place to stay, absolutely quiet and perfectly located.
Our room was very large, well equiped with a separated living room, a kitchen and a bathroom. Very nice staff too.
We will return for sure even if the price may seem just a bit high.
Charming stay at the Almaviva House in Venice
My partner and I spent three splendid days at the Almaviva House in Venice on a recent trip to Italy. This B&B is conveniently located near two vaporetto stops but on a very quiet residential street.
Our suite was newly rennovated and included a spotlessly clean modern bathroom with jacuzzi tub/shower, toilet and bidet. The bedroom was clean and very comfortable. The room itself had gorgeous views of the canal and street in front of the House.
Our host and his staff were extremely friendly and gracious. I would most definitely recommend the Almaviva House for anyone looking for quiet, clean alternative to conventional tourist hotels.
Almaviva House in Venice
Alma Viva House in Venice was an extraoridnary choice of places to stay in Venice. We stayed in the largest room in June of 2005 and the facilities were excellent. It featured a large bedroom and separate lounge area with a beautiful canal view, a huge bathroom with all the necessities and even a jacuzzi tub. With it's charming courtyard, relaxing backyard, and beautifully designed common areas, we felt like we had our own apartment in Venice (a nice apartment at that). Not to mention the extra personal care and attention from Arkadius and all the staff at the Alma Viva that ensured that we had a good breakfast, clean room, tips for seing Venice, and recommendations to excellent restaurants and bars. Alma Viva House made are trip to Venice truly magical! We would highly reccommend that you visit the enchanting city of Venice and if you do, we insist that you choose Alma Viva House for an exceptional experience, you won't be disappointed!
Almaviva offers a different part of the city
We recently spent a long, relaxing weekend at the Almaviva House in Venice and have already recommended it to our friends. Almaviva is located on the south side of the city, near the Accademia Bridge, but far enough from the throngs of tourists to make it feel like a completely different place.
Almaviva is located in an old, but very well maintained house, and the rooms (there are only a few) are clean and very spacious. We had a suite, which looked out over a small and quiet canal, but the standard rooms are nice as well with a view of the rear courtyard. It was so quiet that each morning we awoke to birds singing, the occasional church bell and the rustle of local boat traffic along the canal below.
Arkadius and Sara made us feel very much at home and were very generous in their recommendations for places to eat and drink in the neighbourhood. As a result, we had good food with good service at a decent price; not at all what we had been warned about with regards to Venetian fare. We also very much enjoyed the other guests who seemed, like us, to want a quiet place to relax and unwind.
If you planning a Venice trip, and want to avoid the tourist rush, have a look at this part of the city and see if Almaviva has room.
A very warm and friendly welcome is offered in Almaviva House.
The central lobby provides music and litterature, combined with a beautiful view on a cosy garden and a charming courtyard.
The location is ideal for those who want to reach everything by foot but prefer to be a little bit away from the San Marco tourist masses.
Good luck in our first trip to Venice
Through some friends we contacted with Almaviva for our first trip to Venice and god knows it wasn't disappointed at all.
It was a warm welcome in a nice and big space. It's placed in the centre, in a quiet neighbourhood near a small canal... the best option for those who live under the stress of a big city (like we are). We even get the chance to attend to the "boss" birthday party... A nice host, for sure.
We'll come back.
Josť ( Spain)
Triple "BBB" : Best Bed and Breakfast!!!
Triple "BBB" : Best Bed and Breakfast!!!
Yes. it is true. In Venice I was in four different places and this one was the best: clean, sure, familiar, pleasant.
The owner is very open for every kind of help for our party for 8 people. We had gondola ride, restaurant and also very personalized service inside this B&B. Surely we will return for our next birthday.
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Travel Blogs from Venice
... not wanting to be rude we had to indulge in a couple of Venetian cookies. Very nice - and has added to our pasta bellies.
Bought a few little bits and pieces on our way back to the apartment for a rest (no naps this time) before the real shopping assault begins tonight.
Our traveller dementia didn't permit us to remember where we had seen all the nice jewellery shops the night we arrived, but we still managed to do enough shopping ...
... We stopped by the Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Friari church to see the Titan painting The Ascension of Mary, and picked up pizza slices for lunch before heading off to the Rialto Bridge, a beautiful stone bridge spanning the Grand Canal, where we took the requisite tourist photos.
After lunch we visited the very impressive cathedral of San Marco in the main square. With over 5700 square meters of mosaic, the walls and ceilings sparkled wherever the ...
... in tact today as one of the most important museums in Italy.
Leaving the Guggenheim we walked down several shop laden streets towards Academia bridge. The Academia is one of the three major bridges that crosses the Grand Canal. Once over the Academia bridge we walked through the streets of San Marco District towards the Rialto Market in the San Polo District. Along the way we passed Santa Stefano church and San Salvador church, both ...
... ways of Venice. It's tight, full of marble, a tad tacky but we have a great view over the canal. We manage to choose a winning restaurant for lunch out of the myriad of options. Beautiful homemade pasta from a menu with traditional cuisine goes down nicely as we sit under the grape vine and gaze at the canal action. With the Rialto and San Marco Square ...
... along the waterfront (Riva degli Schiavoni), past all of the gondolas lined up, the Vaporetto stops, and up and down bridge after bridge. It was pretty foggy and/or overcast so the view over the water was fuzzy but occasionally there were some dramatic looking skies). I don’t really know if this is something recent or even if its permanent but all of the bridges along here have ramps added on the side nearest the water. They kind of distract from ...