No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of Dolomiti Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Dolomiti Hotel Venice
Travel Blogs from Venice
... is a glass shop. Rows and rows of glass shops. I didn't know at this time, but basically every single shop in venice is also a glass shop! We had a browse and just window shopped. All the pieces I liked were rather expensive! So no purchasing!! After we were bored of glass, off on another ferry, back to venice. By now it was 12pm and the ferries were jam packed. Every single one headed to Murano and Burano was packed, people standing and barely possible to squeeze ...
Today was an early start so that we vacated our charming apartment and made our way to Firenze Rail Station. Two trains later and we arrived at 12.30pm in Venice. The Grand Canal greets you immediately and it is a hive of activity! There is so much to take in, that it is sensory overload. Travel by vaporetto (small ferry) is easy and our first port of call was ...
... into the Hotel Flora and after a drink in the bar we all made our way to a nearby trattoria for the most amazing homemade pasta and Italian wine. Night had descended so after dinner Alex and I took a walk around the Venetian streets and ended up at Piazza San Marco which was absolutely beautiful. We stumbled upon the Bridge of Sighs which was beautifully lit at night, then grabbed some gelato for the walk back to the ...
... all !! We had a good laugh and put it down to another interesting experience of our holiday.
We head back to the hotel grab our luggage & walk across to the boat station , which is literally in front of our hotel. The boat is ready to leave but we manage to get on board. The boats leave every half hour but we want to get to the airport a bit earlier than planned.
The hour on the boat drags on but we finally get there. Marco polo airport ...
... me on day one and also made some new discoveries.
Visited Basilica San Marco. It is believed that St. Mark is buried here. Many amazing frescoes and one mosaic is over 1000 years old. Over centuries parts of it have been rebuilt four times.
Visited a beautiful lace shop where you can learn lace making. There are many different techniques and prices ranged from 1 Euro to 100's of Euros. I ...