Hotel Al Ponte Mocenigo
Address2063 S.Croce VeniceSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
A doge of a deal near the Grand Canal, just steps from San Stae vaporetto stop, with prime dining and a handful of museums nearby. Reached via a petite bridge, this little oasis offers elegant guestrooms, some with Murano chandeliers illuminating high wood-beamed ceilings, four-poster beds, gilt-edged armoires and salon seating. Ask for rooms overlooking Rio San Stae or the courtyard.
Our independent authors have visited Hotel Al Ponte Mocenigo and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Sestiere di San Polo & Santa Croce (Santa Crose).
Description provided by property
Located in the Santa Croce district of Venice, Hotel Al Ponte Mocenigo is set on 2 floors of an ancient Venetian building with shared courtyard. The elegantly decorated rooms offer air conditioning and a minibar.
Breakfast at Al Ponte di Mocenigo is a continental buffet served in the breakfast hall. Wi-Fi throughout is free.
All rooms are en suite, and have Venetian décor with refined wooden headboards. Each features a flat-screen satellite TV, while some have a four-poster bed.
Piazzale Roma bus terminus is 12 minutes away on foot. The Rialto Bridge, Venice’s oldest bridge across the Grand Canal, is a 10-minute walk away.
The famous St. Mark’s Square, in the district with the same name, is reachable in 20 minutes on foot.
Please note the property does not have a lift.
Situated in Venice, 300 metres from Ca' d'Oro, Hotel Al Ponte Mocenigo features air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi throughout the property.
The rooms come with a flat-screen TV. Every room is equipped with a private bathroom equipped with a bidet.
There is a 24-hour front desk at the property.
Rialto Bridge is 500 metres from Hotel Al Ponte Mocenigo, while La Fenice is 900 metres from the property. Marco Polo Airport is 7 km away.
Services & facilities
- Non-smoking throughout
- 24-hour front desk
- Room service
- Breakfast in the room
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