Hotel Ristorante Fortuna

Via Costabella 17, Costermano, Veneto, 37010, Italy | Hotel
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.


This hotel is located on Via Costabella 17, Costermano.
Map this hotel

TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Ristorante Fortuna Costermano

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

Travel Blogs from Costermano

Venice Thursday 15 May 2014

A travel blog entry by bruce.durie on May 16, 2014

10 photos

Our full day in Venice - enough for me not enough for Michele Our day started with a boat trip to the island of Murano for a glass blowing demo and obligatory exit through the gift shop. A couple of hours I could have happily spent elsewhere although the boat trip was nice and the day sunny and cloudless . On returning to main Venice Island we were met ...

Finalmente a Padova...

A travel blog entry by viaggiatore87 on Aug 20, 2008

... dash of seltzer water, ice, and a slice of orange. Well, it's kinda disgusting... it has that orange spicey flavor that I really don't care for, and it was sweeeet.... :( But that's ok, I will just try other things. And refrain from walking down the street drinking from a wine bottle... I won't name names. But perhaps that's because I'm pretty bad with names anyway. Ciao, tutti! Sogni d'oro! I'll be back with pictures when I have ...

Venice, drowning in the rain

A travel blog entry by joshing16 on Mar 20, 2007

5 photos

... checking one more thing off of my "things to do before its over" list. The first thing we saw was Bacilica di San Marco. It was gorgeous and stood out among from all the other great churches in Europe. There were incredible amounts of detail in everything, from the frescoes to the guild work. The amount and variety of marble in the church made it more colorful than other churches. Of course it was also amazing to be at the resting place of ...


A travel blog entry by bigbenn on Sep 28, 2006


Slept in more than expected until 8am, and then had a leisully breakfast of Museli and yogurt for the first time since we left London. We caught the bus into the Venice at 10am and then just roamed the streets. The best way to see venice is to have no plan and not try and navigate your way, as you will just ...


A travel blog entry by danschedler on Sep 15, 2006

15 photos

... around the Ghetto were shut by Christian guards, who were paid for by the Jewish community (huh?), and re-opened at dawn. It was tiny and overcrowded. It still serves as the center of Jewish life in Venice today (sans the gates) with several kosher shops, three Schola and the Museo Ebraico. It proved very interesting. I got a tip for lunch by inadvertently eavesdropping on a breakfast conversation at my hotel earlier that morning. Well, not really eavesdropping. A ...