Hotel Villa Rosa
Cannaregio 389, Venice, Italy
Doubles from: $56 to $161
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Reviewed by EuroCheapo.com Editors
With the bustling Santa Lucia train station two blocks away, the Hotel Villa Rosa offers a prime location and 33 sparkling rooms.
Pros: Friendly staff. Excellent value. Quiet location near station. AC.
Cons: No elevator. Wi-Fi isn't free.
We really enjoyed our tour and visit with Martina, who runs the Villa Rosa with her father. They should be proud of the job they’ve done with the hotel, which is sweet and comfortable. They’ve outfitted all of their guest rooms in colorful Venetian style, including some authentic furnishings and some brash reproductions. Eight rooms have small balconies, and about half of the rooms have wood-beamed ceilings.
All are equipped with individually controlled air conditioning, a phone, safe and satellite TV.
The mid-sized private bathrooms are modern, with hair dryers and glass-paneled showers.
One of the chief selling points of the hotel is its close proximity to the train station. And yet, perched on a leafy corner a block from the main strip, the two-star spot still manages to feel quite peaceful.
A continental breakfast is included in the room rate. Wi-Fi is available in the public areas only (and is not free).
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.
- Breakfast Included
- Reception: 24-Hour
- Air conditioning
- Bathroom: Private
- Cable TV
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About the Hotel Villa Rosa 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.