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Venezia di nuovo - B&B vs Hotel

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I am returning to Venice, my second trip, for four nights in mid September and traveling with a good friend. When there in 2009 I stayed at a B&B, the Corte Campana (San Marco area), and was happy with the lodging with the exception of the four flights of stairs! The host was wonderful and very informative and helpful especially with carrying some of the luggage! I'm thinking of staying in a different sestiere ( I loved the family oriented neighborhoods) this time and wondering whether to stay in a B&B again or to stay in a hotel. I did not really look at hotels before but have now seen a few that look inviting. I'd like to keep the budget in the $150-250 range. What would the comparison be in staying at a hotel versus a B&B? Pros and cons?

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