The Hotel Montecarlo is located in square in the heart of Venice, only a few moments away from the Piazza St Mark, in a wonderfully antique area close to all of the central attractions of this Italian city. With its discreet and tasteful service, the Hotel Montecarlo is perfect for those seeking a romantic break or those whose main desire is to explore the narrow streets and suggestive waterways of this ancient place. Nearby, you'll the Canalazzo, the Rialto Bridge, Basilica dei Frari and the great Bell Tower. Also near to this 3-star hotel, there's the excellent Ristorante Antico Pignolo, a traditional restaurant serving excellent Italian cuisine since 1930 and providing guests with a staggering choice of over 900 wines.
The Hotel Montecarlo is a small hotel, and this equates a comfortable, serene atmosphere in one of the busier cities in Italy. You'll find the 17th century palazzo beautifully decorated in the archetypal Renaissance style popular with the most scenic areas of the city. You'll find a restaurant, serving up traditional cucina rustica and Italiana style fare, with nice wines and other beverages for those looking to relax after a hard day's sight-seeing or romancing. There's a separate bar for drinks and liasing with friends and family and new acquaintances; a breakfast bar serving the typical Italian start-of-the-day meal, and a reading and TV lounge, in case you simply want to stay in at the hotel.
Distance from Airport:
13 miles - Marco Polo Airport
There are 48 rooms at the Hotel Montecarlo and they all are elegantly done-up in the Venetian style that, even today, visitors find seductive, drawn to its ornate flourishes and swirls, seeming to hint at a more opulent period. All of the rooms at the Hotel Montecarlo come equipped with air-conditioning, telephone, satellite TV, lock safe and hairdryer.
Location and Resort:
Considered one of the world's most important tourist destinations for its beauty and art, the city of Venice offers a truly memorable experience for its unique cityscape and its historical attractions dating back several centuries.
Some of the amazing you can see during your visit to the city includes several famous churches such as the impressive Saint Mark's Basilica with its Piazzo San Marco, one of the highlights of a visit to Venice that have become a popular tourist attraction. There are also many museums that also offer tours of some of the historical buildings they are based in, such as the Doge's Palace, the Glass Museum and the Jewish Museum. It is also worth noting that many of the museums and churches do require an entrance fee, however a pass or combined pass can be bought which will cover many of the attractions.
Along with the museums and churches to visit there are also several art galleries that are well worth seeing, with the Academia Gallery being one of the most impressive with its collection of masterpieces dating as far back as the 14th century; or for a more alternate choice you could visit the Bugno Gallery where you can see more contemporary art displays ranging from wonderful modern paintings to sculptures made from a variety of materials.
For those feeling a bit more active there are also many beautiful parks and gardens to explore, or there are plenty of activities to try with golf courses, sailing, swimming pools, tennis courts and gym and fitness centres, providing some excellent ways to keep yourself entertained.
For those looking for a memorable shopping experience will not be disappointed as Venice is considered one of the main shopping centres in Italy, with the several districts in the city offering a shoppers paradise whether you are looking for high fashion, antiques, furniture or home accessories. The main shopping areas in Venice can be found running down from the Piazzo San Marco, where you can find Mercerie and the nearby Calle dei Fabbri, which have been the main shopping streets in Venice for hundreds of years, a popular choice for both locals and tourists. There are also some interesting markets to visit including long established ones that have been important part of local life with most of them found around the Rialto area, where you can find the main food markets selling all sorts of fresh produce from fruit and vegetables to fish and poultry.
Eating and Drinking:
The restaurant at the hotelis situated just 20 meters away from the building on the same street, it serves a fine selection of Italian cuisine as well as a choice of wines, with a 10% discount for hotel guests.
The hotel also a has an elegantly decorated breakfast room where guests can enjoy a varied hot and cold breakfast buffet each morning, helping to start your day in the best possible way.
There is no swimming pool at the hotel.
If you are looking for stylish and comfortable accommodation in the centre of Venice then the Hotel Montecario with its period decor, well furnished rooms and some great facilities all designed to help ensure your stay will be a relaxing and enjoyable one.
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