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It was a charming small hotel in a less crowded part of Venice, but still near the Grand Canal.

2 minutes walk from the train station so there’s no fuss with suitcases as soon as you arrive but from the accommodation you’d never know you were right next to a major cross roads or noise or foot traffic. It’s quite and feels cozy and quite. You’re right in the middle of it all, shopping, food and sites without the haul of moving from one side of the city to the other with a suitcase which I absolutely endorse to really minimise the stress of travelling. There are stairs as there’s not lift in the hotel but it’s a concession worth taking considering the great location.

This is no way a place to leave . Beds sheets are not clean, folks are not friendly. Our room was forth floor. No elevator. Air conditioning was not working. Wonder why this sort place even show on orbitz we paid high money but it seems like a cheap motel.

Be aware checking in time and breakfast was not what was stated on our Orbitz paperwork. Meant more for the younger crowd. Not for older people expecting a better experience. You can figure that out.

Very close to the train station. They were also kind enough to let us grab the breakfast earlier because we had an early train to catch!

This hotel is very close to the train station and water taxi hub, which made it easy for us as we were using backpacks. Room is small and basic, but it was clean. I recommend it for short stays Baer in its location.

We stayed four nights those photos in the net must have been extensively airbrushed.

Very close to the train station on a street/alley that's much quieter than you would expect for the location. Our room had little storage but was serviceable and kept very clean. The morning staff was especially helpful. The late night staff was Ernest, but our lack of Italian and their meager English left some questions unanswered, though they were helpful in explaining temperature controls and providing electrical adapter for iPhones. Often woke to the aroma of croissants being prepared for breakfast. Located very close to the train station and vaporetto stops, This would be a good buy for someone traveling with minimal luggage.

We chose this hotel because we arriving in Venice via train in the evening and the next day leaving for a cruise. The hotel was walking distance to the train station which made it very convenient for arriving. . However, the hotel did not have an elevator. The room deocr was average and the room itself on the small side. The Piazzale Roma (origin of the people mover for the crise dock) was close by, but the steps over the bridge were a little difficult to negotiate, and required hiring a porter.

When we arrived at the hotel the power was out, which meant no air conditioning or lighting, which meant no shower after having to haul all of our luggage to the "3rd" (but really 4th floor) Once we kind of settled in the receptionist had the nerve to call and let us know of charges we were to incur due to city taxes (I understand taxes, I live in the US) but when I asked the for the total amount due he was not able to tell me, why you ask? Because the power was out so he did not have access to this information. Hint Hint next time Agli hotel wait until you can provide information before telling your guests they owe! They say you have a private bathroom which is across the hall not in your room and I am not sure who else had access to our "private" bathroom but it certainly was not private. There is also no elevator at this hotel so making the disabled request was pointless, which caused my disabled mother lots of pain and she was not able to see much of the city due to the climb up and down the stairs. All night the guests of the hotel were screaming outside of their balconies that they hate the hotel, i thought about joining the chaos as I was also an unhappy guest, but I am hoping "this travel site" can help resolve some of these issues as I booked through their service (which was exactly what I was told at the front desk when nicely expressing my frustrations) If you must book here then I highly suggest mosquito repellent as the hotel is taken over by them, so much that the walls still had some remains of other dead mosquitoes. Breakfast is a a few croissants which are good and cappuccino, seems to be common in Europe, but man was I craving an American breakfast. Thank goodness that I live in the US, this trip had made me appreciate my little American life. *last minute thought, this hotel is not child friendly, a crib request is completely unheard of because your guest room is WAY to small.

It´s located near the S.L. train station and that was an advantage for us. It doesn't have lift, so it was hard to get to the 4th floor with the louggage.

I enjoyed my time in Venice. Didn't spend much time in the hotel, but the room was clean and well ventilated (a big plus in the summer). Would have enjoyed complimentary WiFi and some warm breakfast, although the chocolate croissant pastries were quite yummy.

Good place to stay and really close to the train station. More expensive than it was probably worth but a good place.

No air conditioning. Small beds with a community shower and toilets. Perfect for a college student not tryin to spend any money.

My only complaint was the hardness of the bed and the mosquitos in the room. You are probably likely to encounter mosquitos in hotel rooms anywhere though because screens on the windows just aren't common. It is extremely close to the train station and the bus station so that made transport cheap and easy. We had shared bathrooms on the 3rd floor, which is actually up 4 flights of stairs (floor 1 starts after the ground floor). There were 5 full bathrooms in the hallway and they were wonderful. Each was like a private full bathroom and had showers and were very clean. They gave us towels and there were glasses in the room. There was a safe which you got a key for with a 20 euro deposit that is fully refunded when you leave. I was very happy with this hotel and highly recommend it as one of the cheapest options I can find and that you can trust to be safe and clean. It was far better than I even expected. My visit was in May 2012. Thank you!

very convenient location 20 min walk from center. Would recommend.

The hotel location is very convenient for everything, very close to the train station, water taxi or bus or walk way. The hotel has very reasonable service for the value of money paid, has all the basic facility and service. Breakfast is not fascinating or it is very minimum and the staff at front desk are nice but not at the dinning place.

We stayed there for the last few days of Carnival in Venice and it was nice that the hotel was quiet and away from the crowded areas, although that meant we had to walk the across the entire city to get to St Mark's Sq. I do wish we would have had access to a kitchen or at least a fridge and microwave because Venice is an expensive city to be eating out in all the time.

The staff were very friendly and helpful with directions and with best methods of transportation (on how to not get ripped off). The room was small but clean. The hotel was conveniently located near the Scalzi bridge and Vaporetto stop. It's very basic (ie shared bathrooms) and priced right. The only oddity was that were a few mosquitoes inside the hotel (in November).

The location near the train station was convenient. However, the rooms were very tiny, and the condition quite poor. It rained in the night and a leak formed right over my bed. Staff changed the bedding and left a towel under the drip until it stopped - lucky for me it didn't rain the following night. The shower was extremely small. Breakfast was not very good. The elevator wasn't working. Overall, disappointing and wouldn't go back.

Calle Priuli Dei Cavalletti, 99 C Venice VE

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Grand Canal and Piazzale Roma
  • Free buffet breakfast
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Bar/lounge

Located in Cannaregio, Hotel Agli Artisti is adjacent to Grand Canal and within a 10-minute walk of other popular attractions like Piazzale Roma. This 13-room, 3-star hotel has conveniences like free breakfast, a bar/lounge, and free in-room WiFi.


Dining

Start your day off right with a free buffet breakfast. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service, or make new friends over drinks at the bar/lounge.


Rooms

TVs come with satellite channels, and free WiFi keeps guests connected. Safes and free toiletries are also standard.


Property features

Guests staying at Hotel Agli Artisti enjoy free WiFi in public areas and a terrace. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with tours or tickets, securing valuables, and luggage storage.

Room options

Double Room Single Use

1 Double Bed | 2 Twin Beds | Sleeps 1

Standard Double Room

1 Double Bed | 2 Twin Beds | Sleeps 2

Quadruple Room, Ensuite

1 Double Bed and 2 Twin Beds | Sleeps 4

Triple Room

1 Double Bed and 1 Twin Bed | Sleeps 3

Guest reviews for Hotel Agli Artisti

Everyone (4) Couples (7) Family (6) Other (3) Friends (2)
5
Everyone

It was a charming small hotel in a less crowded part of Venice, but still near the Grand Canal.

By on Oct 7, 2019

5
Family Family

2 minutes walk from the train station so there’s no fuss with suitcases as soon as you arrive but from the accommodation you’d never know you were right next to a major cross roads or noise or foot traffic. It’s quite and feels cozy and quite. You’re right in the middle of it all, shopping, food and sites without the haul of moving from one side of the city to the other with a suitcase which I absolutely endorse to really minimise the stress of travelling. There are stairs as there’s not lift in the hotel but it’s a concession worth taking considering the great location.

By on Jul 10, 2019

1
Family

This is no way a place to leave . Beds sheets are not clean, folks are not friendly. Our room was forth floor. No elevator. Air conditioning was not working. Wonder why this sort place even show on orbitz we paid high money but it seems like a cheap motel.

By on Jun 19, 2019

3
Partner Couples

Be aware checking in time and breakfast was not what was stated on our Orbitz paperwork. Meant more for the younger crowd. Not for older people expecting a better experience. You can figure that out.

By on May 25, 2019

4
Everyone

Very close to the train station. They were also kind enough to let us grab the breakfast earlier because we had an early train to catch!

By on Dec 6, 2018

3

location location

Everyone

This hotel is very close to the train station and water taxi hub, which made it easy for us as we were using backpacks. Room is small and basic, but it was clean. I recommend it for short stays Baer in its location.

By on Jul 1, 2018

2

conveniently located but disappointing

Everyone

We stayed four nights those photos in the net must have been extensively airbrushed.

By , from Arizona on May 20, 2018

4

modest hotel on a quiet street

Couples

Very close to the train station on a street/alley that's much quieter than you would expect for the location. Our room had little storage but was serviceable and kept very clean. The morning staff was especially helpful. The late night staff was Ernest, but our lack of Italian and their meager English left some questions unanswered, though they were helpful in explaining temperature controls and providing electrical adapter for iPhones. Often woke to the aroma of croissants being prepared for breakfast. Located very close to the train station and vaporetto stops, This would be a good buy for someone traveling with minimal luggage.

By , from Saint Paul, MN on May 23, 2017

3

convenient to the tran station (ferrovia)

Couples

We chose this hotel because we arriving in Venice via train in the evening and the next day leaving for a cruise. The hotel was walking distance to the train station which made it very convenient for arriving. . However, the hotel did not have an elevator. The room deocr was average and the room itself on the small side. The Piazzale Roma (origin of the people mover for the crise dock) was close by, but the steps over the bridge were a little difficult to negotiate, and required hiring a porter.

By on May 29, 2014

1

pay a few euros extra and go to another hotel

Family

When we arrived at the hotel the power was out, which meant no air conditioning or lighting, which meant no shower after having to haul all of our luggage to the "3rd" (but really 4th floor) Once we kind of settled in the receptionist had the nerve to call and let us know of charges we were to incur due to city taxes (I understand taxes, I live in the US) but when I asked the for the total amount due he was not able to tell me, why you ask? Because the power was out so he did not have access to this information. Hint Hint next time Agli hotel wait until you can provide information before telling your guests they owe! They say you have a private bathroom which is across the hall not in your room and I am not sure who else had access to our "private" bathroom but it certainly was not private. There is also no elevator at this hotel so making the disabled request was pointless, which caused my disabled mother lots of pain and she was not able to see much of the city due to the climb up and down the stairs. All night the guests of the hotel were screaming outside of their balconies that they hate the hotel, i thought about joining the chaos as I was also an unhappy guest, but I am hoping "this travel site" can help resolve some of these issues as I booked through their service (which was exactly what I was told at the front desk when nicely expressing my frustrations) If you must book here then I highly suggest mosquito repellent as the hotel is taken over by them, so much that the walls still had some remains of other dead mosquitoes. Breakfast is a a few croissants which are good and cappuccino, seems to be common in Europe, but man was I craving an American breakfast. Thank goodness that I live in the US, this trip had made me appreciate my little American life. *last minute thought, this hotel is not child friendly, a crib request is completely unheard of because your guest room is WAY to small.

By on Aug 7, 2013

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