Venice Hotel

Feb 24th, 2011, 07:43 PM
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Venice Hotel

I am also considering the Hotel Wildner in Venice , I would like more comments if anyone has stayed there. Also considering the Violino D'Oro.
We will be there in September, looking for a moderate priced hotel that is charming and in a good position.Thank you for any advice
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Feb 24th, 2011, 08:56 PM
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I cannot vouch for either choice. But I have stayed at a fabulous B&B in Venice that I highly recommend. It looks much more affordable, too.

Corte 1321 is in a fabulous location- San Polo district. Five minutes to the vaporetto, ten minutes to the Rialto bridge. The accommodations are quite luxurious for the price, owner is American. LOVED this place...

You do not say when you are headed to Venice, but the Wildner looks like it would be noisy, imho. The Corte is on a small canal and was very quiet, it has a beautiful courtard that was used for breakfasts.

Buon viaggio!
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Feb 25th, 2011, 12:40 AM
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Agree with sarge56, Corte 1321 is a better choice. Breakfast in the courtyard is very pleasant and it is run by nice people. I stayed in the Wildner many years ago and left early. No doubt it is better run now, but I would hate to emerge from my hotel entrance every day into the sea of people surging up the Rive di Schiavoni.
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Feb 25th, 2011, 01:03 AM
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Agree with them. The Wildner Hotel has a wonderful location that is the only one thing that justifies the price.
The other things, I mean, room, service, assistance, "no lift", are not so bad, but not so good.
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Feb 25th, 2011, 01:51 AM
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I like the Hotel Giorgione in Venice for quality, location and overall value.
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Feb 25th, 2011, 03:29 AM
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My wife and I stayed at Pensione Wildner in 1993, in room #45, which afforded us a wonderful view of the water. You're right in the midst of everything immediately, including the ongoing flood of other tourists. I found the place more than acceptable, but you might want to look elsewhere for something a little more off the very, very beaten track. You might want to take a look at Hotel Flora, centrally located but tucked away at the same time. (La Caravella, a wonderful restaurant, is a few steps away, and the hotel is convenient to a major vaporetto stop.) I stayed at Hotel Flora last May for 10 days and was very pleased. I wrote about my stay on (as wanderful76). (One of the surprises on tripadvisor is that if you go to the Venice restaurant section, you'll find Pensione Wildner as currently rated among the top 35 or 40 restaurants in the city; my wife and I only had breakfast there, and, of course, it was 18 years ago.)
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Feb 25th, 2011, 05:06 AM
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Go to Venice a lot

Wildner have stayed there expect crowds out front

small rooms pretty high prices near there

A Tribute To Music 50 ft away better cheaper

from personal experience

paid 110 euro for a lagoon view room there recently

was nice beautiful sunsets.

Last may stayed at the Westin Europa Regina

for 59 euro plus 4500 points on their

Amex credit card for 3 nights got upgraded into an

AWESOME canal view suite free as an SPG member

they will upgrade you to best available.

Best canal/San Marco location view in Venice for price for

me have also stayed on budget at

ok for a cheapo but that area not great value for me.

Happy Hunting.
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Feb 25th, 2011, 05:10 AM
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Booked a deluxe view room here for April this year

40000 Delta Skymiles/nt so if you have FF miles

might look at something like that.

Also in the past search "Venice"

Have picked up the Boscolo Bellini 4 * Hilton 5 *

from $105-120/nt bidding awesome value

for expensive Venice.
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Feb 26th, 2011, 08:43 PM
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Thank you all for your kind response
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