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TravelPod Member ReviewsAD Place Venice
I stayed at AD Place for 3 nights and found the hotel to be fantastic. Alessandro and his team were wonderful. The hotel is nicely setup and the rooms are quite quirky. Location 4 mins from St Marks and 5 mins from Rialto bridge is fantastic. Great hotel, great location and fantastic value for money. I would definitely stay there when I visit Venice again.
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