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Whether you come to enjoy the cocktails and cicchetti, the fresh fish and seafood in the restaurant, the relaxing garden or the fabulous canal-side location, you'll have fun at this youthful hotel.

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On the banks of the Giudecca canal, enjoy a stroll or head to the Guggenheim Museum. It's not far from the arty Dorsoduro quarter with its artisan shops and galleries.

Two vaporetto stops (Zattere and San Basilio) are within a five-minute walk from the hotel and you can walk to St Mark's square.

By plane: London to Venice takes 2 hours, after which, an airport boat (or water taxi) takes 1 hour 30 minutes to the hotel. Book flights to Venice.

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The hotel is light and airy - particularly on the ground floor, with the open reception area leading to the bar and restaurant. Palladian windows help to flood the space with light. The speakeasy bar is darker, with velvet stools creating a chic vibe.


The young team are enthusiastic and hardworking. There's a small garden at the back of the hotel, from which you can take a canal tour (speak to reception) or a water taxi.

  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Garden
  • Free Wi-Fi


Formerly a cruise terminal, this hotel's rooms reflect its history in their décor with fun seaside-stripe painted doors. Rooms either have views of the garden or the canal. Italian touches include terrazzo floors and Artemide lighting.

Room types: Classic, Superior, Deluxe, Executive, Junior Suite, Dorsoduro Suite

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, tea and coffee-making facilities, desk, TV, Roberts Radio, free Wi-Fi


Inspired by the shipping routes that used to depart from here, Il Ristorante Adriatica serves ingredients from small producers from regions along the Adriatic coast. Expect smoked eel, octopus, clams and monkfish on the menu. The monkfish with cauliflower and Treviso radicchio was a surprising and satisfying dish.

Il Ristorante Adriatica: creative Italian cuisine, seasonal ingredients. Dishes include monkfish and duck breast. All-day dining, open daily.

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