Hotel Al Sole is located in the Santa Croce area and housed in an historic palace dating from 1400. The stately, Venetian-style rooms are elegantly decorated and offer modern bathrooms. Some rooms have views of the gardens or the Grand Canal. Upgraded rooms and suites add tea and coffee making facilities and ornate antique furniture. There is a quiet courtyard where breakfast is served each morning.
Features: 62 rooms, restaurant with terrace, business centre, lounge, interior garden courtyard. Room amenities: Wi-Fi, flat-screen TV, minibar, air conditioning.
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