Hotel Giorgione, Venice

Jun 22nd, 1999, 03:58 AM
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Hotel Giorgione, Venice

Does anyone know this hotel?
Last year we booked the very nice Pausania Hotel. Unfortunately it is overbooked. So we chose the Giorgione.
Jun 22nd, 1999, 03:17 PM
richard j. vicek
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Good evening, Brigitte
The Hotel GIORGIONE, Calle larga dei proverbi, 4587 is located in Cannareggio, just off the Strada Nova
by the Campo S. Apostili. It is less
than five mins walk to the Rialto Bridge
annd no more than 15 to the Pza S. Marco.
The Strada Nova is one of the main calle
between the Station SL and the Rialto
Bridge, the area has plenty of ristorantes and shops. With a four star
hotel with 59 rooms and 73 baths does
not sound or appear bad. Surf into Hotel Listings
and search for the GIORGIONE. Being
of the Strada would think it would be
in a quieter location. Let me know
if you stay here, I have not usually
used the Saturnia..Richard of Hickory
Hills, IL....
Jun 23rd, 1999, 02:44 AM
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To Richard
Thank you for information.
Jun 23rd, 1999, 05:11 AM
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The Giorgione hotel is located at the beginning of the Cannareggio area, not far from the Rialto bridge. The hotel itself is nice. Rooms are a bit small but have been recently redecorated. Buffet breakfast offers a good choice. It is a "reasonable" choice for Venice.
Jun 23rd, 1999, 01:22 PM
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In its price range, the Giorgione is one of the best buys in Venice. Without doubt, it's the cheapest 4-star in town (there are many 3-stars that are more expensive). As Joelle points out, the rooms are on the small side and quite often the "matrimonial" bed (if you care for one) will actually be two twins bound together. Some people have shown some disapointment (expecting more from a 4-star) but didn't care to take into consideration the relative low price they were paying.

Jun 23rd, 1999, 07:28 PM
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Brigitte, we stayed at the Giorgione 4 or 5 years ago and enjoyed it. The room was nicely decorated and fairly large. The street was quiet. We considered it a good value.
Jun 24th, 1999, 03:50 AM
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Hi all,
thank you for your answers, which were all helpful.

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