All comfort and tradition, the Bellini is well located if you want to discover Venice by foot. From the hotel, you quickly orient yourself: the Great Canal is located in front, the railway is 165 feet away on the other side. And if you decide to explore the surroundings randomly, you will discover two very endearing Venetian districts (Cannaregio and Santa Croce).
Located on Lista di Spagna, 165 feet away from Santa Lucia railway and facing the Scalzi bridge spanning the Great Canal. Saint Mark's square is located 15 minutes away by vaporetto or 30 minutes walking.
Marco Polo airport is 4 miles away (30 minutes by bus from piazzale Roma, 10 minutes by foot from the hotel).
The Bellini is part of the prestigious Italian chain, Boscolo, like the Dei Dogi, located in the same Cannaregio district.
Attention, the hotel is entirely non-smoking (rooms, living-rooms, bar and restaurant).
Children up to 12 years will stay at the hotel for free if they share the same room with their parents. A thing to remember for families.
Don't hesitate to pay more and get a view of the Great Canal. Otherwise, you will overlook the surrounding facades. In Venice, lots of streets are being crossed over in a stride, their layout has not changed since the Middle-Ages.
Open in 1994, the Bellini is located in an 18th century building. With elevator, like most of the Venetian hotels; and also lots of architectural elements and bygone decorations. The entrance hallway ceiling has visible beams, mirrors framed in gold and moulded wood, chandeliers made of Murano glass... Everything makes you think of the old Venice, without being an old-looking building. From the reception, you can see the breakfast dining-room through the bar. Next door, there is a transit passage to get to the second building that also offers rooms. Between the two, the indoor courtyard becomes a terrace (in summer time) used for breakfast.
Out of the 94 rooms, there are 2 duplex rooms that welcome families (2 adults and 2 children) or groups of friends (4 adults). The others are divided into single (6) and double rooms (including 2 mansards). Attention, there are only 10 rooms that overlook the Great Canal: ask for them (an additional fee applies), the view is worth the money, specially the view from the room 402. Otherwise, you won't see anything thourgh the window (except for other buildings). The style looks like the Venetian tradition - in red and gold (harmonious theme) or black and gold (a stronger contrast). Very small (the double rooms measure around 172 feetē), but offering a lot of comfort: satellite TV, minibar, air-conditioning, telephone, safe (free of charge). The bathroom with bathtub (or shower), hair-dryer and Boscolo welcome products.
The buffet breakfast set up in the middle of the dining-room with lots of gilt, Murano glass wall lamps and Venetian mirrors. International newspapers available. In summer, you can eat outside, in the yard brightened up by greenery. The various dishes, make you want to delay: broiled eggs, bacon, cold cut and cheese for the serious eaters. Bread roll, croissants (with or without jam), cereals if you are not really hungry. The coffee is served at the table. During the day, the restaurant is not open, but the bar located in the nearby room is a good place for a salad, a sandwich or a pizza. Since the surroundings are animated, you can find lots of nearby places where you can eat outside.
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