Hotel La Fenice et des Artistes
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel La Fenice et des Artistes Venice
El hotel está situado junto al teatro La Fenice, del que lo separa un estrecho callejón. Por las mañanas, si salíamos algo tarde, se podían escuchar nítidamente los ensayos de los cantantes líricos. Hay un embarcadero muy próximo, que es la mejor opción para llegar a él si traemos equpaje, porque de otra forma habría que cruzar numerosos puentes viniendo desde el Gran Canal. Está ubicado en una antigua mansión de no más de 3 o 4 alturas, con habitaciones muy espaciosas y mobiliario antiguo. La cocina, el bar y la zona de desayunos está separada del edificio principal por un patio interior muy agradable y útil para fumadores. El restaurante, en cambio, se aloja en la plamta baja del edificio principal, cuya terraza da a la entrada de La Fenice. Aquí almorzamos una vez, pero a un precio exorbitante, más de 150 EUR para dos personas. Afortunadamente, queda muy cerca el campo S. Stefano, donde existe una gran oferta de restauración a precios para todos los gustos.
Lo que resaltaría del hotel es su excelente ubicación, cerca del Gran Canal (atravesando por el campo S. Stefano) y de la Piazza S. Marco. Ya no recuerdo los precios, pero no eran exagerados tratándose de Venezia. El hotel llegó a tener 4 estrellas, pero luego fue recalificado a tres.
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