About This Listing
For those who want to spend a holiday in a Venetian House in the heart of the city, just 5 minutes from St. Mark's square and 10 minutes from Rialto Bridge.
We have 3 rooms for guests:
DJERBA - room with 1 large size single bed (cm 120x180)
MARRAKESH - room with 1 double and 1 single bed.
DAMASCO - room with 1 double and 2 single beds
A large breakfast room overlooking the terrace from where you can see the Bell Tower of San Marco. The large bathroom with bathtub, bidet and w.c. is shared.
From the airport to B&B ARABESQUE
take a bus to Venezia - Piazzale Roma.
From there start the waterbuses to San Zaccaria or to Rialto, the closest stops to the B&B.
Phone us for any other information.
Other Things to Note
the guest will have to pay on arrival the visitor's tax of € 3,00 x person x night .
for arrivals after 20,00 the guest will pay a surcharge .
Non si fuma all'interno del B&B.
Il terrazzo è a vostra disposizione per relax.
Avete la possibilità di lasciare i vostri bagagli fino al momento della partenza dopo aver liberato la stanza entro le 10,00
Our experience here was very good.
The location is incredible, just 5 minutes' walk from San Marco and a great starting point for exploring the rest of the city.
Paola answered all our questions about travelling to the apartment and getting to the airport when we left, which really helped us to relax and be comfortable knowing that we'll know how to get there.
She gave us a map and noted down all the different things we wanted to see and visit, including restaurant and gelateria recommendations.
The room itself is immaculately clean, spacious and well-equipped.
Breakfast included fresh bread, a range of tea and coffee, yoghurt, salami, cheese etc.
There is 1 bathroom for 2-3 non-ensuite guest rooms, which can mean sharing with up to 6 people. We did find ourselves waiting to use the bathroom every now and again but that's to be expected.
In terms of sleep quality, the room did not have good soundproofing so you could sleep well between midnight and 7am, but as soon as people inside or outside started making noise (preparing breakfast, using the bathroom, builders working/people talking outside) sleep was off the menu. People talking in adjacent rooms was also audible enough to disturb.
Overall, it's a great B&B in a terrific location run by friendly and helpful people. Would definitely come back.
Очень гостеприимно встретили хозяева. Комната была чистая, расположение просто супер. Обязательно рекомендовал бы своим друзьям
We stayed here for 2 nights and had a very pleasant stay at the Arabesque. The location was perfect, they keep the bedroom very clean and it was one of the most spacious rooms that we found while in Europe. We shared a bathroom with about 2 other rooms which could at times be difficult, but nothing that would keep me from returning. I highly recommend this place.
Paola place is in a lovely location, friendly host although there is a language barrier (this is not uncommon for the tourist!)
She was welcoming and even showed another couple who were staying at ARABESQUE her sons restaurant Co vino where we had dinner one night. Thank you Paola.
Small cons the shower head was broken, meaning I had to hold the shower nozzle in my hand (no biggy - but slightly disappointing) big bathroom though which is nice and clean and I had a few mosquito bites! This is not Paola's problem - I'm sure all over Venice due to optimum breeding conditions!! (They as super fast ones too)
Coffee is nice in the morning, cereals are corn flakes and coco pops (more appropriate for the much younger amongst us - but it did the trick.
There is a 3 EU tourist tax which Paola requested on arrival and my 1 EU change not given - eh I'm not fussed - Paola can you please donate to your shower head repairs!! :)
To summarise, pleasant stay, no a/c so be careful of season, great wifi & location is where you want to be.
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About the Host, Paola
In June 2010, the idea to work together for a project like this came to us in a flash while having a spritz Aperol (typical Italian aperitif) in Trieste, on a Saturday afternoon?. On August the 1st, ARABESQUE was born.