AddressCastello, 6573 VeniceSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Located near the Fondamente Nuove, this pensione isn’t easy to find – but that’s part of its charm, and so are the intrepid fellow travellers you’ll meet over breakfast on a shared balcony. All six rooms are simple but tidy, bright and airy, and rates rarely hit the quoted maximums. Giorgio and Fausto also maintain a great blog (see website for details), which is worth browsing before travelling.
Our independent authors have visited Alloggi Barbaria and selected this as one of our recommended guesthouses in Sestiere di Castello.
Description provided by property
Alloggi Barbaria is located in a quiet neighborhood, in the city of Venice. The hotel is located near the Fondamente Nove and this is part of its charm; you don't feel any of the mass tourist pressure here.
The Guesthouse is easy to reach from either the Marco Polo International Airport (as it is only a 3 minute walk along the waterfront to the hotel from Ospedale waterbus station) or the train station and Piazzale Roma car parking.
Alloggi Barbaria is conveniently located only 200 m. from Ospedale public waterbus stop which saves you from carrying bags through the streets of Venice to get to the guesthouse. It is only 100 m. from a supermarket.
A platform stair lift for the disabled has recently been installed. This hotel offers a friendly and homey atmosphere to its guests who are invited to enjoy the terrace where they can relax and have breakfast in the open air during the warm months. The staff is extremely caring and is at your entire disposal in order to make your stay a memorable one.
All of the simple but spacious, clean, and comfortable rooms have a private bathroom with shower, hairdryer, free wi-fi, direct - dial telephone, minibar, color TV, air conditioning, independent heating, and safe. Many of the rooms have satellite TV as well.
Tourist tax established by the Municipality of Venice: 2 euros per person per
Services & facilities
- Free Breakfast
- Free WiFi
- Internet Access
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