Adel's house is located in a central area, you can easily reach every place to visit walking or by boat. Few minutes walking from the train station, 2 minutes from san Marcuola boat station. Next to the Jewish Ghetto made famous by Shakespeare's Merchant of Venice, the Venice Ghetto is now a pleasant neighborhood where Venice's small Jewish community still lives. It is also the home of a Jewish museum, the Museo della Comunità Ebraica. On the back side of the house there’s an area of the city called Misericordia, where mainly Venetian people live, out of the mass touristic paths: characteristic and romantic. Adel's house has got an independent entrance from a corte, a corridor, two bedrooms, a bathroom with a shower and a kitchen corner with a living room, a sitting room. It’s a cozy and simple house where you can feel at home.
Facilities: internet Wi fi, washing machine, hair dryer, parking in the main land with special fares.
Popular, this neighborhood (sestiere) is the one that has the higher tax of native people. Commercial area since old time, the word of the calle Ormesini comes from the Hormes straight where the ships full of cotton and silk used to leave the port and reach Venice where eventually had been worked in precious clothes or other artcrafts.
Cordialità, dialogo e rispetto dei locali come a casa propria.
Very welcome, it was a wonderful experience living in the heart of Venice in a beautiful apartment
We arrived in Venice in the morning, and despite of check-in time after 14-00, Adel was waiting for us. The apartment is amazing, antique furniture, large rooms, located in a quiet area, five minutes walk from the nearest vaporetto stop, a 15-minute walk from the train station. All that is in the description of the apartment - we have find there. Thank you, Adel.
Easy to find from the train station thats a 7-10 minute walk away.
No frills, spacious room with big bed and plenty of storage space. Clean, comfortable and well located. Teresa & Adel were very pleasant and ensured we were looked after.
Adel and Teresa were very nice hosts. They welcomed us even when we arrived really late and they looked after our comfort.
The place was really nice, clean and comfortable. Breakfast was good and complete. Highly recommended.
We had a wonderful wonderful time here! Teresa and Adel were great and very friendly hosts, providing a lot of useful information. Very nice people, a pity we saw them just once as we were leaving early in the morning to explore the city and coming back just to sleep. The B&B was quiet and had everything we needed, fast Wi-Fi too. Bus and train stations are within easy walking distance or you can also take vaporetto to Marcuola stop which is very close. We really loved Cannaregio neighbourhood - charming, with many nice restaurants and not so crowded with tourists. I can absolutely recommend Adel B&B!
This b&b was perfect. Its so close to the train station and a couple different boat stations. Its right off of a main street but in a quieter area, so you can experience a more local area of venice. It was a great size room and the kitchen had everything you need for an italian breakfast. Theresa is an amazing host and i would love to stay here again.
A really good place in venice : cheap ( for venice) and really well located. The B&B is in the north of the Island, really close to everything :15 min to the rialto Bridge, 30 min to San Marco. District calm and charming as the rest of Venice. As for the rooms : It was equivalent for me to a hotel room spacious, clean and good bakery for the breakfast. We used the kitchen to cook our suppers and met some two other very nice couples. I highly recommend Adel B&B.
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Ciao!!! Provengo dalla Giordania e vivo da più di 30 anni in Italia, che ho girato molto: ho vissuto in diverse città, tra cui Palermo dove ho trascorso ben 6 anni. Da 22 anni vivo e lavoro a Venezia con la mia famiglia che nel frattempo è cresciuta, sono coniugato e ho tre figlie. Mi piace leggere ogni genere letterario, il libro che apprezzo di più è "Cent'anni di solitudine". Adoro cucinare, in pochi minuti preparo piatti di tutti i generi. I piatti che mi piace preparare riguardano la cucina orientale di cui sono un grande fan. Gli altri mi definiscono mite, simpatico, ma di poche parole. Non mi piacciono la confusione e le nuove tecnologie: se potessi vivrei in mezzo alla natura lontano da ogni computer, cellulare o tv ma vicino ad una scacchiera di cui sono un grande appassionato. Il mio pochissimo tempo libero lo trascorro con le mie figlie e mia moglie; sono per i viaggi non organizzati, per l'improvvisazione, per "l'happening". Il mio motto è: "i libri non hanno data di scadenza".