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We were 2 days in the Palazzo Barbarigo in a Junior Suite with Grand Canal view.The room is even more beautiful in real than on the photos.Everything was perfect. Great Botique Hotel with sensational friendly staff!We would like to come again!!!
The main entrance to the hotel is accessed by boat only, we got the private speed boat taxi direct from the airport to the hotel, amazing experience and unique entrance to this beautiful laguna.The hotel has18 rooms so you have a lot of privacy at...More
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We stayed here for a long weekend as an extension celebrating an anniversary.
We arrived by boat taxi right up to the hotel entrance, first impressions of the hotel were stunning and once being shown to our room which was also very beautifully decorated, the...More
We stayed at Palazza Barbarigo for 4 nights to celebrate our first wedding anniversary, and we were not dissapointed.
From the moment we stepped off the boat at the front entrance and met Valentina we knew we had made the right choice.
Check in was...More
What a lovely find in Venice. The hotel is very nice and the staff couldn't have been more helpful. It's right on the Grand Canal which makes it easy to get to via boat. However, that said, if you're taking the vaparetto or walking, be...More
In Venice, boutique hotel on the Grand Canal In an exciting and fascinating setting, the Hotel Palazzo Barbarigo awaits you in Venice with spaces and rooms evoking an enchanting atmosphere, perfectly blended ...Morewith the seductive and romantic soul of our wonderful city. Elegant furnishings and original 16th century elements make Palazzo Barbarigo a unique hotel in Venice, where a refined setting and all the most modern amenities will make your stay an esclusive and unforgettable moment. Less
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The Rialto Bridge is the most famous sight along the Grand Canal in San Polo, smallest of Venice's six sestieri (districts) and by far the busiest neighbourhood. Morning Venetians arrive to peruse the markets for fish, fruit and vegetables, while shops display goods from cheese to wine to desserts. San Silvestro and Rialto Market vaporetto (water taxi) stops add to the steady stream of foot traffic. San
Polo is defined by churches including Basilica dei Frari, one of the most important churches sought by art lovers.
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If you are driving in from another part of Italy you would need to park it at the train station. Otherwise you won’t need one while in Venice. I’m not sure of the cost of this. I do know a private water taxi from the train... More
If you are driving in from another part of Italy you would need to park it at the train station. Otherwise you won’t need one while in Venice. I’m not sure of the cost of this. I do know a private water taxi from the train station to this hotel is approx 100 euros. I recommend booking in advance. The hotel will do this for you. This will save you from having to lug your luggage on a water bus (public transport) and through alleyways.
When you get through the airport of the plane there's a five minute walk to either a water bus stop or the water taxis and if you can afford then go via the water taxi it's a must experience and makes you feel luxury... More
When you get through the airport of the plane there's a five minute walk to either a water bus stop or the water taxis and if you can afford then go via the water taxi it's a must experience and makes you feel luxury entrance and the price is 100 to 110 euros or you can get the hotel to book you a taxi they are very good and helpful