The Hotel

The Hotel has been operating since 1939. Since then the motto is "a client is not a statistical number but a Guest"

L ocated in one of most picturesque "sestieri" (quarters) of Venice named Cannaregio, Hotel Minerva & Nettuno leds along "Lista di Spagna", arterial street of the antique city. The Hotel is at 200 meters (218 yards) from the railway station and 300 meters (328 yards) from the winter hall of the Casino of Venice, close to: Campo San Geremia - The Jewish's Ghetto - Fondamenta Misericordia - Campo dei Mori- Chiesa della Madonna dell'Orto

The Neighbourhood

Campo San Geremia: one of the largest "campi" (squares) in the city, and the church of Santi Geremia e Lucia, with its beautiful altar pieces among them "La Vergine Assunta assiste all' incoronazione di Venezia" by Jacopo Palma Il Giovane, the corpse of Saint Lucy, Patron Saint of the eye, and the beautiful wood sculpture of the "Deposed Black Christ", classic example of movable carving dated back '500 and trusted miraculous (this carving has been lately restored by the Hotel owners to celebrate the seventieth years of hotel business). Adjoining is Palazzo Labia, where are preserved some of the most meaningful Tiepolo's paintings.

The Jewish's Ghetto: the first Ghetto in the world (the word "ghetto" was coined in Venice but did not have the today's grieving meaning) and until today the best preserved one. Of great interest are the five Synagogues and the Jewish's Museum.

Fondamenta Misericordia

Campo dei Mori

Chiesa della Madonna dell'Orto

All of them very fascinating spots, where to still meet the pulsating heart of true Venice, bind to her antiques traditions and style of life.

The most celebrated monuments like: Ca'd'Oro, Rialto Bridge, Church of Saints John and Paul ( Doges' Pantheon) and Saint Mark Square are within walking distance through the main street.



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