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Venice - Hotel alla Salute

Does anyone know about the Hotel alla Salute in Venice? Our family of 4 may stay there and would appreciate hearing your advice. Thank you!

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With a family of 4 you may want to investigate renting an appartment ( has a number available). According to tripadvisor, the hotel is ranked right in the middle of all venice hotels, but from a quick review of the make up of the reviewers, I'd say that most of the recent reviews are not authentic. Also, it is across the Grand Canal from San's a hike if you go over the can take a traghetto, but they are not always convenient. You can do better in both price and location...a favorite of ours is:

but if you can get in, this one's even better:

It's rated number 9 on the Tripadvisor site out of 440 hotels. Both of these hotels are priced very reasonably and both are but a stone's throw from San Marcos Square

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Thanks for responding! I will look into the vrbo apts. The price is right for the Hotel alla Salute and we don't mind walking through the quaint neighborhoods. It has a hall bathroom and am guessing that's why it is less expensive. Any other negatives?

Posted by
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Neighborhood is fine, there are several places to eat etc. not too far.

We have been renting apartments for a number of years in Venice. THere are several agencies. Lately we have used is another. There are several.

We like the extra room and the fridge to keep snacks etc in. We don't usually cook in but tend to get fruit, pastry annd coffee for mornings and wine and cheese and meats.

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With a bathroom down the hall, the price should be much less for that location. The Albergo Doni has nice rooms with shower and toilet en suite for less than 120 Euro's...and you are only 5 minutes from San Marcos...I give that statistic only as a reference point...that means you are only 10 minutes from the Rialto as are virtually in the center of everything and everything is easily accessible for walking around in the evening (and don't forget to dance to the dueling orchestras in San Marcos is a favorite tradition of ours).

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just stayed at salute for four days...great locale...brilliant quaint setting