Notturno Italiano Hotel S. Zulian

Notturno Italiano Hotel S. Zulian
San Marco 535
Venice, IT

Rating: 3 Stars
Built in the 19th century and recently renovated, the Hotel features 22 rooms, of a variety of types, some including views. The Hotel covers 4 floors and has elevator service. Our Hotel is known for its refinement, elegance and warmth. We take great care in the details, emphasizing our love for Venetian art. Our rooms feature a style that is modern, classic, simple and refined. All come equipped with private baths (shower and WC), hairdryers, satellite TV*s, minibars, safes and air conditioning.

Room Information

Standard Rm 1 Queen
Double room 1 queen size bed Double room with private bathroom Our rooms feature a style that is modern, classic, simple and refined. All come equipped with private baths (shower and WC), hairdryers, satellite TV*s, minibars, safes and air conditioning.
Double Rm Single
Double room for single use Double room with queen size bed Our rooms feature a style that is modern, classic, simple and refined. All come equipped with private baths (shower and WC), hairdryers, satellite TV*s, minibars, safes and air conditioning.
Standard Rm 4 Twins
Quadruple room accommodating up to 4 pax Quadruple room with private bathroom Our rooms feature a style that is modern, classic, simple and refined. All come equipped with private baths (shower and WC), hairdryers, satellite TVs, minibars, safes and air conditioning.
Standard Rm 1Qu/Twin
Triple room with 1 queen size bed and 1 twin Triple room with private bathroom Our rooms feature a style that is modern, classic, simple and refined. All come equipped with private baths (shower and WC), hairdryers, satellite TV*s, minibars, safes and air conditioning.
Standard Rm 2 Twins
Twin room with two twin size beds Twin room with private bathroom Our rooms feature a style that is modern, classic, simple and refined. All come equipped with private baths (shower and WC), hairdryers, satellite TV*s, minibars, safes and air conditioning.

Directions

If you arrive from the Marco Polo di Tessera Airport: You can use the Alilaguna Company*s public boat that departs every hour to San Marco for the cost of L. 19,000 per passenger. From the boat go left towards San Marco Square, cross the Square and take Mercerie Street found through the archway under the clock. Continue straight until you get to Campo San Zulian, which is distinguishable by its prestigious Cartier shop. Turn right past the church and take the street to the right. The Hotel is on your left, right behind the church. You could also take a private water taxi: For approximately L. 120,000 (for two passengers, including luggage), will take you to Campo della Guerra, a few steps away from the Hotel. We suggest always asking for a confirmation of the fare before departure. If you arrive by car: You can park on Tronchetto Island or in one of the garages in Piazzale Roma. If you choose to use Garage San Marco in Piazzale Roma you can receive a 20 percent discount (be sure to ask reception for a coupon for the special rate before your departure). Take public waterbus (vaporetto) number 82 and get off at San Marco (San Zaccaria). From the boat go left towards San Marco Square, cross the square and take Mercerie street found through the archway under the clock. Continue straight until you get to Campo San Zulian, which is distinguishable by its prestigious Cartier shop. Turn right past the church and take the street to the right. The Hotel is on your left, right behind the church. You could also take a private water taxi: For approximately L. 120,000 (two passengers, including luggage), will take you to Campo della Guerra, a few steps away from the Hotel. We suggest always asking for a confirmation of the fare before departure. If you arrive by train: Take public waterbus (vaporetto) number 82 and get off at San Marco (San Zaccaria). From the boat go left towards San Marco Square, cross the square and take Mercerie Street found through the archway under the clock. Continue straight until you get to Campo San Zulian, which is distinguishable by its prestigious Cartier shop. Turn right past the church and take the street to the right. The Hotel is on your left, right behind the church. You could also take a private water taxi: For approximately L. 120,000 (two passengers, including luggage), will take you to Campo della Guerra, a few steps away from the Hotel. We suggest always asking for a confirmation of the fare before departure.

Restaurants

Restaurant / Dining Information
Excellent dining in the surroundings, some restaurants: Trattoria alla Scala Ristorante al Conte Pescaor Osteria Numero Uno Ristorante Antico Pignolo Ristorante Do Forni

Area Attractions

Area Attractions
Walking Sightseeing Tours are arranged for the following Places: Venice*s Ghetto: The oldest ghetto in Europe has five synagogues, a Jewish museum, and a kosher restaurant. Murano: The glass island, in 1296, the glassblowers of Venice moved to an island called Murano. Seven hundred years later, their descendants are still turning sand into gold. Piazza San Marco: Napoleon called it *the finest drawing room in Europe,* but how many living rooms have pigeons and outdoor caffe tables. St. Mark*s Basin, Salute Church, the island of Giudecca, and other Venice landmarks. San Lazzaro degli Armeni: 35 monks, seminarians, and Armenian students live on a monastery island that once served as a leper colony. The Venetian Lagoon: Venice isn*t just palaces, churches, and art museums. The city sits in the middle of a lagoon that is rich in wildlife and tradition. Venice to Chioggia: Chioggia, a busy fishing port at the southern tip of the Venetian lagoon, is an hour and a half from Venice by bus and ferry. Churches: Madonna dell*orto: *Venice*s finest Gothic church* is a great starting point for a walking tour through one of the city*s most pleasant but least touristed neighborhoods. Santa Maria della Salute Church: As you stare up at the soaring dome of this magnificent basilica, remember that it owes its existence to plague-ridden fleas. Other Structures: Bridge of Sighs: Lord Byron romanticized this elevated corridor for criminals, and you can cross it as a paying customer rather than as a prisoner. Campanile di San Marco: Venice*s 325-foot bell tower isn*t what it appears to be, but the view from the top is unsurpassed. Dogana di Mare: Venice*s maritime customs house was built in the 17th century. Its wedge-shaped promenade offers great views across the Grand Canal and St. Mark*s Basin. Rialto Bridge: It isn*t just a Brooklyn Bridge with boutiques. After 500 years, the Ponte di Rialto is still Venice*s main traffic route across the Grand Canal.

Recreation

Recreation Information
Tourist information available. Sightseeing arranged. Concierge desk

Meeting Facilities

Meeting / Conference Information
Not available.

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    Amenities

  • 220 AC
  • Air Conditioned
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Meal Plan - Bed and Breakfast
  • Bidet
  • City View
  • Continental Breakfast
  • Concierge Desk
  • Copy Service
  • Cribs Available
  • Currency Exchange
  • 24 Hour Front Desk
  • Handicapped Rooms/Facilities
  • Doctor on Call
  • Elevators
  • FAX
  • Hairdryers Available
  • Heated Guest Rooms
  • International Direct Dial
  • Laundry Service
  • Maid Service
  • Modem Lines in Room
  • Multilingual
  • Phone Service
  • Queen Bed
  • Room Service
  • Safe Deposit Box
  • Safe
  • Shower
  • Telephone
  • Temperature Control
  • Toilet
  • TV
  • TV Remote Control
  • Wake-up Service
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Last Updated: September 26, 2015
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