Locanda Leon Bianco
AddressCannaregio 5629 VeniceSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Turner used to paint at this canalside hotel, and you can see what he saw in the place: sloping terrazzo alla Veneziana (Venetian chipped marble) floors, heavy wooden doors and hulking antique furniture that hasn’t changed much since Turner’s day. Three slightly larger ‘deluxe’ rooms overlook the Grand Canal, including No 4, a corner room with wraparound postcard views – but bring your earplugs for canalside rooms, because the Rialto Market opposite starts at 4am.
Our independent authors have visited Locanda Leon Bianco and selected this as one of our recommended accommodation in Sestiere di Cannaregio.
Description provided by property
Set on Venice’s Grand Canal, Locanda Leon Bianco is set in a residential building opposite the Ca' da Mosto Palace. It offers traditionally decorated rooms with private bathroom, air conditioning, and a safe.
Rooms and suites at the Leon Bianco are fitted with Venetian furnishings, and feature spacious windows. A continental breakfast is served daily in your room.
The Ca d’Oro water bus stop is 300 metres from the property. The Rialto Bridge is a 5-minute walk away.
Please let Locanda Leon Bianco know your expected arrival time in advance. You can use the Special Requests box when booking or contact the property.
Located in the Cannaregio district in Venice, 200 metres from Rialto Bridge, Locanda Leon Bianco boasts air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi.
Rooms have a private bathroom equipped with a bath or shower.
There is luggage storage space at the property.
Ca' d'Oro is 200 metres from Locanda Leon Bianco, while Basilica San Marco is 700 metres from the property. The nearest airport is Marco Polo Airport, 7 km from Locanda Leon Bianco.
Services & facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast in the room
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