Hotel Belle Epoque
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Belle Epoque Venice
The hotel itself is well located, near both train station and water bus. Decor is lovely, but my room was quite small. Two people would have been tripping over themselves; as it was I was climbing over my luggage. It seems that the building might once have been two separate buildings that are now linked, so although they have an elevator, you still need to use some stairs. No porters or assistance with luggage, and several of the reception staff were abrupt to the point of rudeness. Included breakfast was ok, but not a huge selection.
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