Doubles from: $87 to $174
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Reviewed by EuroCheapo.com Editors
A friendly two-star tucked away into a small square in Cannaregio, the Henry offers basic rooms with a few charming touches.
Pros: Convenient location. Clean and simple.
Cons: Some small rooms. Wi-Fi only works in lobby.
The Henry’s 15 guest rooms are quite pretty, furnished with some typical Venetian beds, dressers and desks, framed artwork, and tiled floors (no carpets). Five lucky rooms sport lovely dark wooden beams (ask ahead). Room size varies; some are of average size, but others are on the very small side. Either way, all rooms are air conditioned and offer a satellite television and safe.
The bathrooms are modern, equipped with a shower and tiled in a bright blue. Almost all of the rooms have a private bathrooms, while the cheapest has a bathroom outside in the hallway. A hair dryer and toiletries are provided in all rooms.
Wi-Fi is free to use in the hotel’s lobby, where you’ll probably run into friendly Manola, her brother Enrico (aka “Henry”), or his wife Katja.
With rates that usually hover around €100 for a double, we found the Henry to be a little pricey for the simple accommodation it offers. However, as rates do fluctuate, it could be a good deal.
Breakfast is offered for €7.
Note: This hotel was visited by a EuroCheapo editor. This review is based on cleanliness, location, price and overall quality. EuroCheapo did not charge this hotel to be listed.
- Reception: 24-Hour
- Wi-Fi: Free
- Air conditioning
- Bathroom: Private
- Cable TV
- Handicap accessible rooms
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About the Hotel Henry neighborhood
Situated north and west of the train station, Cannaregio provides some of the city's cheapest sleeps and eats. It's the most navigable "sestiere" in the city and by far the most convenient area from which to explore Venice. Adjacent to the train station on one end and bordering San Marco at the Rialto Bridge on the other, here you’ll find the Jewish Ghetto and some of Venice’s finest palaces, among them the breathtaking Ca d’ Oro.