Rialto

Providing a unique and captivating view of the Grand Canal, adjacent to the Rialto bridge, this hotel provides a whirlwind of picturesque views and breath-taking scenery. Just a 5 minutes' walk to the charismatic Saint Marco's Square along the Mercerie, guests will find themselves immersed in culture and tradition. Marco Polo Airport is 20 minutes by car. Occupying a historical building from the 16th century, this hotel exudes decadence and instils a romantic and charismatic vibe unlike any other. The luxurious rooms overlook the grand canal and exude nobility, equipped with air-conditioning, satellite TV, safe, minibar and en-suite bathroom with hairdryer. Guests can refuel each morning with a tantalising breakfast served alfresco on the hotel terrace.

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7 Nights Bed & Breakfast

from £408 per person

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Bed & Breakfast

from £48 per person per night

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Facilities

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    Air-con
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    Wifi
  • Babysitting
  • 24 hr reception
  • Air-con
  • Bar
  • Car park
  • Cot
  • Laundry
  • Lift
  • Located on a main street
  • Medical service
  • Non-smoking
  • Restaurant
  • Safe
  • Terrace
  • Wifi
  • Luggage room

Location

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Venice, Venice, Italy

Address: 30124, Riva del Ferro / Ponte di Rialto, San Marco, 5149, Venezia, Italy

Phone: 00390415209166

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2868 reviews

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Hotel Rialto - a good place to stay in Venice.

May 2022 | 856michaelk

Hotel Rialto We have just returned from an excellent stay at the Hotel Rialto. The staff at the Rialto we’re all very welcoming and and professional. The front desk were very helpful during our stay. The room was on the first floor with a canal view .This “junior suite” cost a lot extra but judging from my wife’s tearful (but ‘I’m really happy ”) reaction it was well worth it.This was named a junior suite but in fact was a single but large bedroom with en-suite bathroom. The room was well decorated in beautiful Venetian style with well chosen traditional furniture to match. There can’t be a better view of the Rialto Bridge on the Grand Canal, some 50 meters away . The Hotel has a roof terrace that also affords great views especially at night, if you can’t get a Canal view room it’s worth a visit.Housekeeping was nothing short of excellent and all was kept tidy and clean daily to a high standard. The Hotel offer a free breakfast which is quite an interesting direction these days . We all know there is nothing (in business terms) free in this world and accounts will have factored it in but hey - it’s OK to be different. The breakfast is interesting : there is a small range of cereal and alway some scrambled egg - and something I think that tastes slightly like bacon. It’s wafer thin and must be traditional, but it takes a little getting used to, and is a long way from UK bacon. Coffee is delicious and there are plenty of croissant, pancakes, fruit ,cakes ,cheeses etc if you like a continental style breakfast. So you can get off to a good start for the day exploring wonderful Venice after breakfast. The only fault I can find is not offering a wheat alternative cereal at breakfast - it’s a must nowadays. All the Venice restaurants offer gluten free pasta and that wheat free alternative eg: rice crispies or equivalent is so important to many people, including myself who had no cereal during my stay after being told by restaurant staff it wasn’t possible. The Hotel is really well situated for transport links and I really would recommend getting a water taxi from the airport as it will stop for you at the front door ! It’s a busy and bustling area both day and night . The Rialto bridge seems to attract a lot of late night “singers” and chatty groups who have had a few glasses of wine, the double glazing is ok but I’d recommend closing the wooden shutters if you are a light sleeper ! It was only the first week in May but we had a couple of uninvited mosquitoes to thank for their attention , so be prepared if they like you ! We slept ok most nights and it’s not a problem , all part of a very positive experience. All in all a very good stay and a wonderful 5 day break in Venice.

Perfect piece of Venice!

Apr 2022 | 556louisen

I only stayed here one night and am glad this was the hotel I chose. I travelled with my elderly mother who finds steps and long walks difficult so I chose this place for its convenient location. We had a great time, we upgraded to a canal view which I highly recommend, and we used the panoramic terrace too. Breakfast was plentiful, and if I could have anything to say about it is that on the day the staff seemed overworked/understaffed. Special shout out to reception staff that helped when I discovered I had been pick-pocketed. In Venice be extra vigilant with your belongings!

Order the LARGE beer

Mar 2022 | shivvy15

As a couple we like to say ‘ if a place jumps out at us’ we will give it a go! Well this place jumped out at us, not only because of the location which is right beside the Rialto Bridge but also because the team working looked friendly and welcoming! We were seated by a gentleman with a man bun and earring, (didn’t get his name) but he was lovely, he even charged my phone in the back for well over an hour while we were there. We ordered a LARGE beer and that’s exactly what we got , see the pics . Really enjoyed this pit stop and when we return to Venice, I’ll be returning!

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