Hotel Ca' Dogaressa
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Ca' Dogaressa Venice
Great location in Venice. Relatively easy walk from the station with bags. Right on the canal and they set up their breakfast on the edge of the canal. Nice hotel inside it is clean and has cute features. Free internet. Decent price for Venice.
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... head. It was perfect! Although the bathroom was definitely not my favorite. A shower curtain! Yuck!! The floors were cold marble and was perfect to help us cool down. We promptly changed and spoke with the receptionist to get the low down on venice. She reserved us a table at a recommended restaurant just along the canal. And off we went for our standard walk around. It is true that you will get lost in Venice but it is also true that it is fun trying to find your way. ...