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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Vecellio Venice
The Real Venice
A clean and comfortable hotel in a great situation on the waterfront to the north of Venice (see photo). However, it is within a short walking distance from Saint Mark's Square and the Rialto Bridge. Proprietor Matteo was very friendly and recommended a number of typically Venetian restaurants which had great food and local atmosphere at local (not tourist!) prices.
Veidi vici Vecellio
Good little hotel, a short walk from the Rialto (once you master the walk). Hotel was too warm for me but great for you coldies. Great if you have problem with getting around as water bus stop is right outside. Staff friendly including Matteo who is witty. After a day in crowds nice to go back somewhere a bit quieter. I would stay there again.
Not to be missed
This small hotel is a wonderful base to see Venice. It is conveninet for arrival from the airport, as the waterbus stop is just outside. It is warm and welcoming. The rooms are comfortable AND attractive. The breakfast is better than most hotel breakfasts. The croissants and rolls were fresh and the coffee was decent too. San Marco and Rialto within 10- 15 minutes walk, and waterbus stops for islands, Lido and the circular lines outside. Best place we've stopped in a dozen visits to Venice.
Beautifully finished hotel with a romantic, calming atmosphere. Close to restaurant, sandwich shop, pastry shop, grocery store, water bus stop to Murano & Burano. 15-20 minute walk to main sights of Venice. Unfortunately, we could hear conversations in hallway and from other room. More soundproofing would make this an ideal stay, and would make the romantic decor more useful. Even so, we found this hotel to be our favourite on our trip. Our room also had a very good water view and we were not disturbed by outside noises. The heated floors are fantastic in winter time! Free safe in room.
Lovely hotel, great location
Just got back and agree with previous comments completely. Wonderful clean room and 15 mins walk to most 'sights'. So easy to find....... we saw so many 'lost' people searching back streets for their hotel with luggage late at night, ours was literally the vaporetta stop.
Worth eating in this area before an evening stroll to the main area as much better value.
Breakfast was simple but enough, and the ice cream shop next door is sooooooooooo tempting!!
Can't wait to go back to the Hotel Vecellio
I just got back from my vacation in Italy and staying at the the Hotel Vecellio was one of the highlights. It is a very pretty hotel. The rooms were decorated beautifully and very comfortable. The hotel is in a good location and very easy to get to. I am looking forward to my next trip to Venice and staying at Hotel Vecellio again.
Wonderful place to go to, very friendly staff, excellent view, all clean and cosy and quiet. Ideal for honeymooners. The waterbus stop is right in front of the hotel - very easy access to all destinations and airport, the view from our room was to the island of Murano and the Lagoon. Highly recommended place. All history sights and shopping within walking distance, including restaurants and ATM. Ancient Venetian house newly renovated in venetian style. Will definitely go back!
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I did NOT wake up ready to go. In fact, I woke up congested and dizzy, but my fever was gone! Frank went and got us breakfast and came back with my favorite flowers, Gerber Daisies, to help make me feel better. And the best husband award goes too....FRANK MOWERY!!
At about 11:00am the medicine finally began to work and we were able to …
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Asked directions to the Supermarket which we eventually found but that was like making our way through a rabbit warren! We certainly managed to see Streets of Venice I am sure we would not have otherwise seen!
We made our way around to 'St Marks Square' to visit the Basilica. Danita had to purchase for €1 a scarf to cover up her legs. They would not allow anyone to show off their shoulders or legs.
The Bascillica was free to enter and we ...
... of the city. Looking at parts of the city as individual entities can be quite unattractive. For example, the canals were filled with dirty water and were a dark green/brown color but when you look at them as a part of the city and how everything built on and around them fits so well together, you can see the beauty in it. Which is part of what makes this city special. There is so much history and beauty there and you will not find another place like it in the world.
... people wide and were very difficult to move through but would be almost impossible in July and August. After crossing the Rialto Bridge we walked for two and a half hours through a maze of alleys and narrow lanes following the line of the Grand Canal. We met up with the main group again at 14:00 to go on our Gondola experience. We had a total of four Gondolas for the group - average five per boat. The second Gondola also had an accordionist and a singer ...
... inspires each architect/firm (as untold in typical interviews), some were not even what I’d expect from them and that was really exciting for me.
As for Steph’s other favorite, the Giardini pavilions, we came to find that most of the general public had no idea these structures even existed, which can be easily attributed to the fact they aren’t mentioned in any regular (non-architecture) travel guides. Together, they comprise the largest enclave of ...