55 accommodations on 3 levels: an exploit that implies... very small rooms. 107 feet˛ on average, and yet in 2007, the hotel expanded some of the rooms, reducing the number of units. That being said, you are in Venice, and if you don't reserve something in a palace, the rooms are not bigger than in the Concordia. Most of all, not all of them have the view that only 3 rooms offer, and which makes the name of the hotel. These are reserved many months in advance: - the famous rooms 313, 314 and C1 (duplex). Each one of them with an ''altana'' (sundeck) overlooking Saint Mark's basilica, or almost. These accommodations are already reserved? You have other options - communicating rooms for housing families and groups of friends, or triple rooms (including room 311 that overlooks the basilica, but without a patio). Some of the double rooms, including room 103, have a small balcony offering a basilica view. Otherwise, ''Venitian view'' (of the facades which are very close). Good quality for the facilities: air-conditioning, telephone, TV, a safe (free usage), minibar. The bathrooms offer either a bathtub or a shower, a hair-dryer and welcome products (2 ounces) with the name of the hotel on them.