Recently renovated bright, clean, comfortable room for two, just 15 minutes bus ride distance to Venice with air-conditioning, private ensuite bathroom and wi/fi connection throughout. Great to experience Venice, without the hustle and bustle of it!
My apartment is 15 minutes bus ride distance to Venice. The bus stop is on via Corso del popolo which is the main street and a minute walk from the apartment.
The connections from train station and airport are DIRECT with bus number 15. When exiting the train station you walk about 150m on the right, till you come to the larger area, which is a main bus station (ask somebody if you're not sure, but you'll recognize it for sure). The bus stop there has number 15, but be careful cause it rides approx. until 21pm. From there there are 4 bus stops to me- first you enter the Corso del Popolo street when you turn on the left beside Mcdonalds, and after 2 more bus stops, on the second roundabout you exit. There is an immediate entrance into my via Milano street-walk the street till the pharmacy or a little more, drop me a call or a text here, and I'll come pick you up.
From Marco Polo airport the connection is direct with a bus number 15. You exit on the same spot on via Corso del Popolo, but you'll come from exactly the opposite side.
From Marco Polo airport the connection is direct with a bus number 15. You exit on the same spot on via Corso del Popolo, but you'll come from the rexactly opposite side.
Everything you need is here: market, pharmacy, tobacco shop (where you can buy bus tickets), caffetterias. Venice could get really busy and overcrowded; if you value peaceful and comfortable environment in a peaceful neighbourhood after a long day out, I thoroughly recommend this place. It's also ideal for not having to carry you luggage all over Venice bridges.
The apartment also has a free parking space below the building. If you come with a car you don't have to worry about it.
You can also use the kitchen and the living room freely, if you decide to prepare yourself some food. I DON'T PREPARE BREAKFAST, but you can also make yourself some coffee in the cappuccino pot, use fresh milk in the fridge or make yourself some tea as much as you want for free I just expect you to clean the kitchen after you use it.
This room has a complete bathroom inside the room (en suite), with shower, toilet and sink. All the essentials like shampoo, towels and toilet paper are also provided.
I'm always reachable by phone, text or airbnb site for every question you might have. I also live in the apartment and you can always knock on my door for information, and I'll help you out.
Disponible para huéspedes
My guests have unlimited access to the kitchen and its amenities, be it they want to cook for themselves, or make themselves coffee or tea with the supply of milk in the fridge free to use as much as they want.
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Please contact me anytime you need some information or you're missing something, and I'll answer immediately, and help you out. I prefer you contact me through this site, because it's free, and almost always I respond immediately.
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I charge city tax separately. It's 2.10 euros per person per night. City law fee is a part of the Venice law regarding taxes, so I have to do this. Many BnBs work black, I do it by the book, paying taxes included.
IMPORTANT! : At the check-in, I ask guests to give me personal information card ( passport, identity card, etc.) for me to make a quick photocopy and return immediately. It sometimes happens that the guests are reluctant to give their passports etc. Apart from being really annoying, because it shows a lack of trust from someone entering my home (nobody complains when they have to give out passport at any regular hotel), it's a thing that I just have to do. The simple way to explain this is, that I didn't just open BnB through AirBnB, but reported my business with the state laws regarding it, and had to make an alignment with the requirements regarding renting rooms, and one of the things that I have to do is register all my guests, which includes making a copy of their documents. And last but not least: anyone with a room and a bank account can open a BnB- when you have it registered as a business it requires meeting certain standards, which is also good for the guests.
On the other hand I have all my personal information on airBnB site, and quite a lot of reviews that guarantee a lot of credibility for me. And in the same way, it's useful for me to have some information about who is entering my home.
Hope, I was clear enough on this matter. I also wouldn't want to do the paperwork, and pay the taxes, but unfortunately I must. Hope you read and understand this, and won't give me trouble regarding giving documents in the future.
I expect guests who use the kitchen, or the living room, to clean after themselves. I also expect guests to turn off the AC when they leave for Venice.
I charge city tax separately, and it's the only thing I charge beside booking expenses. It's 2.10 euros per person per night. City law fee is a part of the Venice law regarding taxes, so I have to do this. Many BnBs work black, I do it by the book, paying taxes included.
I don't make breakfast. You can make yourself some coffee in the cappuccino pot, use fresh milk in the fridge or make yourself some tea as much as you want for free I just expect you to clean the kitchen after you use it.
Kitchen is available for cooking from 7 am to 9 pm. This is to avoid frying sausages at six in the morning or past midnight and making noise. It happened, not once - hence this rule. You can use it anytime for simple things like making coffee, etc. though.
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I originally came to Venice about 2 years ago, and immediately fell in love with the city. My girlfriend Dunja already had her own BnB at the time, which has been working wonderfully. I helped her with everything regarding B&B: receiving and accommodating guests, preparing breakfast, cleaning, and we spent many evenings with our guests hanging together, cooking (which is one of my passions), and generally having a good time. The last two years have been great and really one of the best periods in my life, as I discovered that this sort of lifestyle is exactly for me. Recently I've opened my own B&B, the one that you're looking at, which is genuinely a wish come true and a continuing of the journey that's already begun.
I'm 34 years old, have recently finished my philosophy studies, I like good food, like good company, reading, travelling, music.
Venice is a (not so) small, but unbelievably complex city with endless little streets and alleys which are by itself beautiful to walk through; I haven't discovered half of it yet. If you'll have any specific questions I can always ask my girlfriend who is an expert on Venice.