Casa ai Due Leoni

Address: Cannaregio 565, Venice, Veneto, 30124, Italy | 3 star inn
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This 3 star inn, located in the San Marco area of Venice, is near Jewish Ghetto and Museum (Ghetto Ebraico di Venezia), Piazza Santa Maria, Marco Polo's Home, and Palazzo Labia.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsCasa ai Due Leoni Venice

      Reviewed by squidwilk

      A good alternative to a expensive canal hotel

      Reviewed Jun 21, 2010
      by (7 reviews) Summerville, OR, USA & Warsaw, Poland , Denmark Flag of Denmark

      The young woman who welcomed us to Ca' Due Leoni was the perhaps the nicest receptionist that I have ever encountered. The rooms were clean, we got some free candy, and also a free map with sound tourist advice. It is close to the train station - but not in a seedy area like the usual train-station-prostitute-drug-hotels. It a simple, but nice and clean hotel.

      (-) There is no view and the breakfast was very simple.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      TripAdvisor Reviews Casa ai Due Leoni Venice

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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