Hotel Ai Do Mori
Calle Larga 658, Venice, Italy
Doubles from: $53 to $198
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Reviewed by EuroCheapo.com Editors
Holy location, Cheapo! The Hotel Ai Do Mori sits across the street from St. Mark’s Basilica. It’s a tiny, tightly run operation with budget-friendly one-star rooms and killer views.
Pros: The location and the views (oh, the views). Superb value.
Cons: No elevator.
The Ai Do Mori’s 11 pretty rooms sport a blue or yellow Venetian style that is clean and fresh. Furnishings aren’t gilded or antique, but rather basic and made of dark wood. All rooms are equipped with a satellite TV, telephone, safe and air conditioning.
The bell tower views from almost every room (either full-on or from the side) are awe-inspiring. Rooms that don’t face the square look out over rooftops.
Guest rooms are spread out over three floors, and one additional room, suitable for the young and spry, is located at the tip-top of the hotel and boasts its own small terrace.
Bathrooms, either private or shared, are tiny and tidy, and most have a shower. (Two bathrooms have tubs.) A hair dryer is available in each bathroom.
The Hotel Ai Do Mori does not offer breakfast, but free Wi-Fi is available. Like most old hotels in Venice, this one does not have an elevator. Note: Hotel Ai Do Mori is a cash-only operation.
Reserving at the Hotel Ai Do Mori
As we point out above, the Ai Do Mori does not offer online booking. To reserve a room, you’ll have to contact the hotel directly by email or telephone (see below).
Reviewed by: Tom Meyers, EuroCheapo Staff Writer
Note: This hotel was visited by a EuroCheapo editor and is recommended based on cleanliness, location, price and overall quality. EuroCheapo did not charge this hotel to be listed.
- Bathroom: Private
- Cable TV
Calle Larga 658
San Marco, Venice, Italy
About the Hotel Ai Do Mori neighborhood
Located to the east of the Grand Canal, the ultra-busy San Marco neighborhood is the city's commercial, tourist and religious core. The magnificent Piazza San Marco and Saint Mark's Basilica attract travelers (and hungry pigeons) like a magnet. Here, the Rialto Bridge is a beautiful, bustling mess, where boats unload, tourists amass and pricey boutiques abound. Nearby you'll find the Accademia Bridge, Campo San Stefano, the San Stefano church and lots of street performers, shops and restaurants.