Antica Casa Hotel Carettoni Venice

Antica Casa Hotel Carettoni Venice is a three star, beautifully decorated accommodation, with wooden furniture and luxurious fabrics, in the sought-after Cannaregio sestiere (district) of Venice.

The hotel, part of Elma Hotels Group, offers a total of 16 guest rooms to choose from, each furnished in elegant Venetian style, with details such as fine mosaics, and with a range of modern conveniences.

Antica Casa Hotel Carettoni Venice Italy

PHOTO: A guest room at the hotel.

These modern amenities and features include:

Private en-suite bathroom (some with hydro-massage jacuzzi showers(
Air conditioning / heating
TV
Minibar
Broadband internet access
Telephone
Safety deposit box

Guest rooms are available in a variety of sizes.

The hotel’s reception is open 24h, and there for you, if you need any assistance in planning your stay in Venice, including up-to-date information on the current events in the city.

Common areas in the Antica Casa hotel include a bar, as well as a breakfast room, where a continental breakfast is served each morning.

In terms of location, Hotel Antica Casa Carettoni is within Lista di Spagna, also known as the ‘Gateway to Venice’, one of the best locations in the city for sightseeing.

Lista di Spagna runs from Santa Lucia train station into the most popular parts of central Venice, along which you’ll find shopping and some of the best restaurants in the city.

Cannaregio district is also famous for its great restaurants, but even more famous as a top notch place to live in Venice, a sought-after residential area among international celebrities, for example.

Thanks to its location, Antica Casa Carettoni is a short walk from the S. Lucia train station, meaning you can quickly get to other parts of Veneto, for day trips and sightseeing a wider section of the region.

Antica Casa Carettoni
Lista Di Spagna 130 – Cannaregio
Venice, VE 30121 Italy

Nearby, you’ll also find Piazzale Roma, the bus terminus, with frequent bus connections to Mestre, Marghera, Padua, and elsewhere.

As for getting around in Venice and the Venetian lagoon, you can take a water bus via the Grand Canal, or one of the available water taxis, to destinations in the lagoon such as Burano, Murano, and Lido.