Locanda Arco Antico Hotel Venice

San Polo 1451, Calle del Forno, Venice, Veneto, 30100, Italy
Arco Antico Guest House
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93%

Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
48%
51
Very Good
40%
43
Average
5%
6
Poor
0%
1
Terrible
4%
5

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Good For Couples
  • Families90
  • Couples93
  • Solo66
  • Business0

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Forum Posts

Anyone stay at Ca' Arco Antico before?

by franlind

Has anyone stayed at this hotel before. Sounds good and I have been emailing the owners but i cannot find anything about it on VT. I would feel better have some comments about it? thanks Linda

Re: Anyone stay at Ca' Arco Antico before?

by swissfondue

There are lots of reviews from previous guests on www.tripadvisor.com. Type in Arco Antico Guest House. Comments are generally very favorable and the location sounds good.

Venice Hotel

by deblucy

Going to Venice in February. I was there two years ago and stayed at Loconda Orseolo and absolutely loved it. This time we are staying at Ca Arco Antico. I read about in the NYT and it got a great review. Has anyone stayed there?

deblucy

Re: Venice Hotel

by worldinabag

Hi

Check out reviews on www.tripadvisor.com

Re: Venice Hotel

by deblucy

Could not find it on Trip Advisor...

Re: Venice Hotel

by worldinabag

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Travel Tips for Venice

Feeling Venice

by morganna

"Oh it's so old... Oh sometimes it doesn't smell fine... Oh, there are too much tourists..."

My God, what are they talking about? It's so sspecial, so original, so surrealist, so unforgetable, so fool, so exciting...
Don't listen to them, Venice will be always Venice, even underwater

St. Mark's Square

by Goner

At the beginning of the 9th century, the Venetians built their Ducal castle and later their Basilica, the piazza was much smaller, squeezed between the facade of the church and a canal, At the end of the 12th century, the church of St. Mark’s was enlarged, the Ducal Palace was turned into a "palacio".

PIAZZA SAN MARCO

by Helga67

Piazza S.Marco is the only true square in Venice (the other open areas are campi). It has been the scene of some of the most important religious and political activities of the Serenissima as well as the center of Venetian social life for almost a millennium. At first the Square was limited to the parvis of the Basilica, because of the presence of a canal, 'Rio Batario', which divided the present Square in two parts. The part of the Square now between the Procuratie, was once the vegetable garden of S.Zaccaria monastery with S.Geminiano church in the middle. The present shape of the Square was established in the XII century, for the meeting of Pope Alexander III and the Emperor Barbarossa by filling in Rio Batario and the dock. A small new Square was built with the columns of S.Marco and S.Todaro, the city's patron saints, overlooking St. Mark's Basin. The alteration of the Square was all done over the course of one century, adapting to the growing power and wealth of Venice. The present form reflects the works of many famous architects such as Sansovino, Longhena, Scamozzi, Rizzo and Tirani.

In my experience Italiens...

by gingerpipp

In my experience Italiens weren't the most friendly of people but if you learn the basic hello, thank you and goodbye then its always appreciated.. and amuses them when your pronunciation is waaaayyy out. Also if you buy a phone card you have to snap off the corner or it wont work in the phone booths.

Hiking - To roam the narrow streets and piazzas.

by Jerelis

We can honestly state that the best way to explore the city of Venice is by foot and the second best way is also by foot! Besides giving you the opportunity to roam the narrow streets and piazzas, it is the quickest way too. If you really want to, you can cross the city in approximately one hour. Remember that sometimes it might be quicker to take a short-cut across the water instead of following the bends of bridges and alleys.

Before we visited Venice we already had a look at the internet. As we are from The Netherlands we are used to doing a lot by foot and we were pleasantly surprised that Venice is a city in which everybody walks and you're trully able to explore all the sights by foot. Our two feet were our best friends and therefore we were able to enjoy all the fascinating scenery Venice had to offer. While most tour guides don't recommend getting lost in the majority of cities, Venice is the place to get hopelessly lost for a day. We wondered off through mysterious alleyways leading us away from the crowds. We ended up in endless mazes of backstreets and deserted squares, the 'real' Venice! Have a look at Venice Packing List.

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 Locanda Arco Antico Hotel Venice

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Arco Antico Guest House Hotel Venice

Address: San Polo 1451, Calle del Forno, Venice, Veneto, 30100, Italy