Three star Hotel Monte Carlo Venice is housed within a 17th century building, just 50 meters from the main tourist attraction in Venice, Saint Mark’s Square.
The hotel, part of Best Western chain of hotels, provides a range of Venetian style rooms, each equipped with air conditioning and satellite TV, with wireless (WiFi) broadband internet available throughout the premises.
PHOTO: A guest room at the hotel.
L’Antico Pignolo, the hotel restaurant, has a menu constructed out of Italian cuisine, as well as an exquisite wine cellar with over 900 wines to choose from.
Other facilities at the hotel include a Montecarlo reading room and TV lounge, as well a comfortable hotel bar.
In terms of location for sightseeing, the hotel is centrally located in Venice, a short walk from the landmark buildings at Saint Mark’s Square, for example.
The renovated 17th century hotel building combines classic Venetian features with the amenities you’d expect from a modern three star accommodation.
Area where the hotel is located is characterized by narrow alleyways and streets, typical Italian shops, and idyllic canals.
Nearby, you’ll find the world-famous Bridge of Sighs just 400 meters from the hotel, and the Rialto Bridge under 10 minutes away on foot.
You can choose from a selection of 48 rooms at the hotel, each furnished in local Venetian style. Amenities and comforts at the soundproofed rooms include air conditioning, telephone, satellite TV, safe, and hairdryer, as well as an ensuite bathroom (with shower).
On top of the in-room amenities, services and facilities at the hotel include a restaurant, a bar, a reading room, and a TV room, where you can relax after a long day sightseeing.
Each morning, the hotel’s breakfast is served into the elegant breakfast room.
Best Western Montecarlo
San Marco, 463 – Calle Specchieri
The hotel’s restaurant, Antico Pignolo, located adjacent to Hotel Montecarlo, is within a building that originally was built back in year 1200, and has housed over the years, for example, a blacksmith’s forge and a bakery.
Antico Pignolo Restaurant opened its doors to customers in 1930, and quickly became popular place for Venetian cuisine in the city. Today, the restaurant is also known for its excellent wine selection.