Hotel Ariel Silva
Lonely Planet review
Tucked up a little alley, this hotel is well placed for the Ghetto and Museu Ebraico, and is walking distance from the train station. Recently updated rooms are good-sized and rather tastefully restrained - the vivid colours here are reserved for the en suite bathrooms.
If you're lucky you'll be greeted in the snug wood-panelled reception by moustachioed owner Leo Silva wearing a patterned jacket and a wide smile. The 10 guestrooms are up the stone staircase, and feature beamed ceilings and views over the garden patio breakfast area, where people tuck into packaged croissants - sadly common in budget hotels in Venice due to strict local health regulations. The bathrooms add an element of the unexpected, with a swath of red in spacious No 7 and others decked out in Tiepolo sky blue. The hotel also owns practical apartments for up to six people near Ca D'Oro.
Our independent authors have visited Hotel Ariel Silva and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Venice.
Services & facilities
- 24 hour reception
- Tours/travel desk
- Air conditioning
- Breakfast included
- Internet access
- Luggage storage
- Safe deposit box (front desk)
Description provided by property
Hotel Ariel Silva two star hotel, is located in the historical centre of Venice, not far from the railway station Santa Lucia, 10 minutes from Piazzale Roma, the terminal for cars, and very close to the Casino.Recently restored, it has 10 rooms with private bath and 4 rooms (if necessary communicating) with 2 share bathrooms.All rooms have hairdryer, safe deposit box, telephone , air conditioning and Internet Wi-Fi.The reception is open day and night and spoken English, French, Spanish. Breakfast is served in private garden. In autumn and winter the garden is covered and heated. Hotel Ariel Silva is conveniently located close to the Gran Canal from where it's possible to join the entire Venice and the islands of lagoon by the public boat. The Silva family would be happy to make suggestions and recommendations regarding the city and his history.
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