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TravelPod Member ReviewsAmadeus Hotel Venice
Very pleasant hotel - rated 4 star and worth it. Room and bathroom very small for a single person but so well appointed and one is really only there to sleep and shower. Staff friendly and helpful.
Hotel is near the railway station and at the beginning of the Grand Canal.
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