Apostoli Palace

Address: Cannaregio 4702, Calle del Padiglion, Venice, Veneto, 30131 , Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Cannaregio area of Venice, is near Cannaregio, Rialto Market, Ca' d'Oro, and Galleria Giorgio Franchetti alla Ca' d'Oro.
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          TravelPod Member ReviewsApostoli Palace Venice

          Reviewed by krintz-anderson

          Great location!

          Reviewed May 16, 2014
          by (2 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

          Great place. Wonderfully quiet but perfectly located. A 10 minute walk to everything. Breakfast was wonderful and the service excellent.

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

          Reviewed by bettymoore

          Quiet piece of heaven at Apostoli Palace

          Reviewed Oct 3, 2011
          by (7 reviews) Ottawa, Ontario, Canada , Canada Flag of Canada

          Arriving in Venice by train, we were worried about finding Apostoli Palace along the complex net of small streets, but we found it without making one wrong turn along the way (we made lots of wrong turns during the rest of our stay). From the train station, it took us about 25 minutes to walk with our backpacks (we stopped to enjoy the view along the way). We were welcomed by Giuseppe at the front desk, who gave us a great map of Venice (the one we used every day), shared lots of tips, and showed us to our room, #103 the San Filipo room.

          Later in the day, Andrea or Paolo may also greet you with a warm welcome and lots of help at the main desk.

          The room was absolutely wonderful, with Florentine furniture, a small fridge, huge bed, desk and chair, and the largest bathroom we had yet on our journey through Italy.

          Best of all, there was also a small bottle of red bubbly wine with two wineglasses there to greet us, which we wasted no time in pouring and sipping while we unpacked and celebrated our arrival in the beautiful city of Venice.

          While most of Venice bustles with dense crowds of tourists, the Apostoli Inn was off a very quiet side street, and when we slept at night we heard absolutely no noise and were able to sleep well.

          The air conditioning worked really well, and we needed it as there was a fall heatwave during our whole stay. It never rained during our visit.

          Apostoli Palace offers Wi-Fi for Internet and you have to pay for it, but it was cheaper than the local Internet Cafés and we were able to get on from our room without a hitch.

          The inn also provides a fantastic continental breakfast, hosted by the lovely and sweet Desmaline, who greeted us each morning with a quiet smile and as many fresh cappuccinos and espressos as we wanted to go along with hot croissants and buns, paté, cheese, yogurt, cereals, pastries, fruit and juices.

          Each morning at 10 am, the inn offers a free one-way shuttle to Murano, the nearby island that is famous for its glassmaking.

          When we left Venice, we flew home at 7am from its airport, and were worried about how to get to the airport at such an early hour. We were very relieved to find that Apostoli Palace is literally a 5-minute walk to the airport water shuttle service, where we caught it at 4:19 am in plenty of time to catch our flight.

          We would absolutely stay at the Apostoli Palace Inn again!

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

          TripAdvisor Reviews Apostoli Palace Venice

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Venice

          Day 8 - Verona/Venice

          A travel blog entry by wander-ful on May 09, 2014

          Breakfast and checked out by 8:30am. Caught the train at 9:30 for a 75 minute journey to Venice!

          Looking out of the window, you could see vineyards stretching for miles and miles across flat green land. We were moving east towards the coast and the Adriatic Sea.

          We arrived and as we waited we were approached by a young Swiss man who ...

          Island Hopping - Venice

          A travel blog entry by exoticrhonda on Nov 03, 2013

          1 comment, 3 photos

          ... were not walking in water.

          Murano is a cluster of islands connected by bridges and is renown for being the centre of glassblowing since 1291. We visited a glassblowing factory and were shown how hand blown glass is made before we were herded into the trap shop. It was all quite beautiful.

          Burano was an interesting island, known for its lacemaking and for its very colourful buildings.

          Day 27 - Venice

          A travel blog entry by shatilew on Aug 06, 2013

          4 photos

          Didn't arrive till 2pm. Caught ferry to Murano to look at glass. Nice but needed longer. All glass shops so started to look the same. Last night in Manhatten and said goodbye to our waiters. Caught up with the other Tassies for a drink and Rod presented Leigh with a captain's cap. Really enjoyed their ...


          A travel blog entry by dejadoo on May 03, 2013

          1 comment, 14 photos

          ... of St Mark's Square, St Mark's Basilica, Doge's Palace and the Campanile. They are all truly historic, very large structures well over 500 years old. Unfortunately the experience of seeing these historic treasures is lessened by the enormous number of tourists. The mind boggles what it would be like in the peak season (July & August) when the temperatures higher and crowds larger every day. The narrow lane ways off St Mark's Square are only ...

          Change of plans

          A travel blog entry by skyisblu on Sep 12, 2012

          14 photos

          ... Rather, this church glows in a different way, courtesy of Titian's "Assunta" (a.k.a. Ascension of St. Mary), a tableau which seems to glow with the same radiance as any stained glass window. The church is also decorated with the tombs of very rich and powerful renaissance politicians, and artists (even Titian himself) who donated large sums of money to this church, as spiritual insurance for their souls. One artist even designed ...