We had a great stay for a few days last September in a b&b called Oceano Mare. It is in a quiet part of town but only a few minutes walk away from the massed throng of tourists that populate Venice all year round. We chose it from the Tripadvisor reviews and we'll probably stay there when we go next time. Soon I hope.
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Where to stay in Venice without breaking the bankSubmitted by Raggio on Tue, 05/31/2011 - 05:05
Three years ago we spent a long week-end in Venice and, horrified at the prices hotels were asking, searched the internet until we came up with www.venicenice.com. At the time (May 2008) a very pleasant apartment for 2 – made up of a very large kitchen/living room, a bedroom and a shower room – with its own piece of garden at the back cost us €100 per night. It was just a short walk from the “Giardini della Biennale” vaporetto stop, or a 15 minute brisk walk from S. Marco. On your way to S.Marco, behind the apartments, is a floating market where we would buy our food. Contact: Gianni Dei Rossi www.venicenice.com Telephone 00 39 347 8315713 Skype: gianniit2000 Facebook: (venivenice venice) or (venice nice)
Ca' DaliseraSubmitted by rcorea on Tue, 05/31/2011 - 15:51
We have stayed here a few times. Inexpensive, clean, en suite bathrooms in all rooms, around the corner from Harry's Bar, and a minute and a half walk from St. Mark's. Here's the web site: http://www.cadalisera.it/english/routes/routes.htm