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Al Ponte Antico Hotel

16 Apr, 2009

Enjoy a Stay at the The Al Ponte Antico Hotel

Al Ponte Antico Hotel

The Al Ponte Antico Hotel is one of the most known hotels in Venice, Italy. It is housed in a lovely historical building and it is situated close to the Rialto bridge, just a few steps away from the town centre and the famous St Marc Church. The hotel is known both for its convenient location and for the amazing interior design that depicts the style and the beauty of the authentic Italian Palazzos.

The Al Ponte Antico Hotel features a private Warf and dock on the Grand Canal, allowing the guests to arrive using a water taxi, or one of the vaporettos – the public means of transport in Venice. It close to another famous temple, the Church of Santa Maria dei Micacoli ( St Mary of Miracles) and in close proximity to the Castello, where the authentic venetian spirit lies, away from the touristic influences.

The hotel is located in an authentic 16th century palace which was fully refurbished and restored so as to offer state of art services and comfortable accommodation to its guests, while retaining the charm of the Italian architecture. It offers personalized services, able to satisfy all needs and requirements. Guests are encouraged to ask for anything they might need; from a small excursion to the nearby islands of Murano and Burano, or special Italian flavors. The hotel houses one of the most known restaurants in the city that caters reputed dishes from the renowned Italian cuisine and international dishes. Special attention is given to all possible comforts and conveniences, ensuring a pleasant and memorable stay to all guests.

The Al Ponte Antico Hotel is one of the few privileged hotels to face the Grand Canal and offer magnificent view to the Rialto Bridge. It is surrounded by numerous historical and charming cafés and restaurants.

Al Ponte Antico Hotel

Al Ponte Antico Hotel

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