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from 04 December 2014 to 31 December 2017
Long Stay   If you stay for at least 4 nights you will get a 10% discount on the total price of any kind of room. Book from our official website, you get the best price guaranteed.  
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In the historic, artistic and commercial centre of Venice, the Hotel Locanda ai Santi Apostoli is in a unique and enviable position, overlooking the Grand Canal, opposite the Fish Market, one of the most beautiful and enchanting places in the city.

From the hotel, in a few minutes walk, you arrive to the beautiful Piazza San Marco with a walk along the Mercerie, the shopping Calli where alternate artisan shops (Murano glass, Burano embroidery, etc..) and boutiques of international luxury brands.

The boat stop is 2 minutes away from the hotel and allows, in 10 minutes, to reach both the train station and Piazzale Roma and all the major museums and monuments of Venice: from the more classical Ca’ Pesaro and the Accademia Galleries, to the more contemporary Peggy Guggenheim Collection and Punta della Dogana.

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“Perfect hideaway and ideal location”

We have stayed at the Locanda four times, most recently to celebrate an anniversary, when the staff could not have been kinder. It is tucked away off the busy Strada Nova and delightfully secluded and quiet. Cannaregio’s lovely fish restaurants are a 10-minute walk away and the rest of Venice is at your feet. The [...]
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“Nice place & lovely stay”

This is our first time to visit Venice. But is fairly easy to find. From the Ferrovia (Santa Lucia railway station) we take waterbus (vaporetto) route no.1 heading to Lido, and stop at Ca d’Oro walk in 5 mins, viola we find it It is and old beautiful building but is is warm and nice [...]
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“Lovely place to stay in Venice”

The room was adequate but the staff made the stay worthwhile. Everybody was helpful, friendly and very patient with our very limited Italian. The shower took a bit of getting used because the pressure and temperature would fluctuate wildly. The room was pretty basic but the view from the window in the common room was [...]
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