Centrally located close to major attractions, this Venetian hotel is situated in one of the most picturesque areas near the Accademia Hotel Belle Arti.
The Hotel Hotel Belle Arti offers 67 air conditioned rooms, a private en-suite, with courtesy bathroom kit, and allows small pets.
A truly Venetian experience, the hotel has a multilingual staff, and Wi-Fi is free in the common areas. There is a breakfast buffet that is included in the price of the stay.
While there is no restaurant at the Hotel Hotel Belle Arti, it is within a five minutes’ walk of some of the best restaurants in the district, featuring dishes from all around the world, to truly classic Italian fare.
Across from the Hotel Hotel Belle Arti is the Galleria dell’ Accademia Hotel Belle Arti, which features important world class collections of art. Within walking distance are the Guggenheim, the Santa Maria della Salute, and many cathedrals and shops.
This hotel is located close to so many attractions that it is worth it to stay there just for that reason. Guests loved that they could walk out of the front door and in a few minutes time be seeing some of the great sights in the city.
Each room is decorated in a Venetian Style, with clothed wallpaper, luxurious beds, and rich colours and textures in the furnishings. Guests were particularly complimentary of the en-suite extras and the Murano glass.
Lovely Way to Start, or End Your Day
The Belle Arti has the most idyllic outdoor patio area, where guests can start their day with one of the best cups of coffee you'll ever taste. Or, you can opt to end your day with a glass of wine or beer on the patio, courtesy of the hotel's small patio bar.
Beware Hidden Fees
Guests were routinely shocked upon checkout at all of the hidden fees that had accrued, such as the visitor's tax (which can increase daily), and the city taxes which could only be paid for in cash.
It was obvious to all of the guests staying at the hotel, that the staff were not fully trained when it came to customer service. Not only were they loathe to give directions, but they often walked right into guest's rooms in order to do housekeeping (even if the Do Not Disturb sign was out). All agree that more training would be advisable for this hotel's staff.
This hotel has been renovated, but apparent the bugs did not
get the memo as guests report bed bug bites on a routine basis. The mosquitoes
are a large problem, and the staff were disinterested in helping guests.