AddressS.Croce 88 VeniceSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
Until 1300 Venice was the most important merchant port in Europe.
There were regular sailings from Venice to just about everywhere, especially for the ports of northern Europe and the Black Sea.
The 'Albergarie' grew up in order to accommodate the travellers to and from Venice's shores, amongst them the hotel then known as the 'Albergaria Al Gallo'.
A famous travel guide of 1495 recorded the Al Gallo as one of the best guesthouses in Venice at that time. It was here that Ambassadors, Nobles and the Courtiers to the King would stay, along with Heads of Government, when visiting the Republic of Venice.
The Al Gallo you find today is a newly renovated family guesthouse , the decor in typically Venetian style; perfect for a quiet and long-planned vacation, equipped with all the comforts.
The rooms are spacious and each has bathroom, colour tv, hair dryer, telephone, safe, air conditioning, and minibar.
The Basile Family and in particoular Serena and Alessandro will be at your disposal to give you all the information that you need to visit Venice the Venetian way...
We are conveniently located near the bus terminals and the railway station.
Venice Marco Polo airport is about 20 min.away.
You must check in before 20.00.
We can accord an arrival later but for NOT less than 3 nights and in every case you MUST agree with the reception.
POLICY CANCELLATION: our policy cancellation is 3 days before the arrival day and we cash the total stay.
If you book for a '5 beds room' , if we can, will be a possibility to have a very nice and big apartments that consist of: corridor, bedrooms, sitting room, dining room, kitchen and a big bathroom.
For the FLAT the minimum stay will be not less than 3 nights.
Services & facilities
- Cable TV
- Free Internet Access
- Free WiFi
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