Venice Homes & Holidays
AddressDifferent Locations in Venice City Centre VeniceSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
Venice Homes and Holidays provides bright apartments set in a variety of different locations across Venice's historic centre.
They come with an instruction booklet, a Venice map and tourist information. Bed and bath linen are provided.
Staff at Venice Holidays are multilingual. They can provide additional services including extra cleaning, or booking guided tours.
Please let the property know your expected arrival time at least 2 days in advance to arrange check-in. Check-in is not guaranteed if not arranged in advance.
A staff member will meet you at the arranged pick-up point or the nearest Vaporetto (waterbus) station, accompany you to your apartment, and go through check-in with you.
Check-in after 23:30 is only available on request and at extra charges.
Please note that a damage-deposit fee of EUR 300 is required on check-in and will be refunded during check-out if there is no damage to the apartment.
During check-in, every person staying in the booked apartment must show a valid form of ID.
If you plan to travel with pets please contact the property in advance to check if the chosen accommodation is suitable.
The property reserves the right to refuse entrance to any additional guests exceeding the number of guests written on the reservation.
Venice Homes & Holidays is a self-catering accommodation located in Venice. The property is 100 metres from Rialto Bridge and 400 metres from Basilica San Marco.
Complete with a refrigerator, the dining area also has kitchenware. Extras include bed linen and cleaning products.
If you feel like visiting the surroundings, check out Grand Canal (400 metres) and Ca' d'Oro (400 metres). Venice Marco Polo Airport is located 7 km from the property.
Services & facilities
- VIP room facilities
- Family rooms
- Airport shuttle (surcharge)
- Shuttle service (surcharge)
- Pets allowed
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