Small place tucked in by a canal a short walk from the main canal in the Dorsoduro area. Rooms were nice and a reasonable size. Breakfast was included and had a range of breads and spreads-- best part was being able to sit out in their private courtyard to enjoy. The staff was helpful and really nice.
Restaurants near Casa Rezzonico
- 10.24 mi0.24 mi from Casa Rezzonico6 reviews
Do not believe people who say they have found the best bakery in Venice and it's name is not Tonolo's. They are wrong. I could wax lyrical about the light and heavenly cream puffs, the rich chocolate rum cake or the chantilly cream filled pastries. But probably the highest recommendation for Tonolo's (besides the fact that you have to claw ...Popular withFoodiesLocalFamilies
- 20.22 mi0.22 mi from Casa Rezzonico
The food is just simply fantastic, it is not too expensive (for being in Venice), the staff is incredibly nice - beware of pranks during the Carnival! - and the place is just brilliant! My favourite restaurant in Venice.Popular withBudgetBusinessTrendsters
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- 40.24 mi0.24 mi from Casa Rezzonico2 reviews
When travelling, it is said it isn't wise to visit the same restaurant twice, but discover as much as possible new tastes and places. But in the case of Imprompta Cafe, we couldn't help but have dinner there twice and that is for: 1- great great food, loved the carbonara and the steak. 2- amazing prices compared to quality 3- ...
- 50.16 mi0.16 mi from Casa Rezzonico
Had an absolutely incredible meal here. The place is small, but casual and the food is outstanding. We actually came here because I had read that Marcella Hazan (excellent cook and cookbook writer who lives in Venice) loved the restaurant and I thought, easy choice. Well worth it.
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- 70.15 mi0.15 mi from Casa Rezzonico1 review
My favourite coffee in Venice. They make the best spritz ever and serve it with lots of crisps! You can also just order something and stay for the whole afternoon... studying like I used to do...Popular withStudentsBudgetFoodies
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Sestiere Dorsoduro, 2963. Campo Santa Margherita was our main hub; I lived a few minutes from there. If you couldn't find me at home or at school I was in one of the caffè in this square during the day, and especially at the Caffè rosso. The interior is very nice of course, with wood and glass work, but small. ...
- 100.08 mi0.08 mi from Casa Rezzonico1 review
Yep, really good gelato. This ended up being my favorite gelato place of the three we tried in Venice. The owner/server was friendly, the flavors unique (think it changes daily?), and the texture creamy. Recommended. It's also in Campo Santa Margherita, which is an open square where people hang out. I suggest you post up on a bench or walk ...Popular withFoodies
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- 120.08 mi0.08 mi from Casa Rezzonico1 review
A great place to go after work for a drink with friends, or in the morning, for killer espresso.
- 130.11 mi0.11 mi from Casa Rezzonico1 review
Majer is a bakery where you could find really good focacce, pizza and bread. Pastries are also good, but are also really fat and rich. Coffee is really a must here together with cornetto. Majer offers also the "nabento lunch", rice with vegetables,to go, which is really good for an affordable price.
- 140.23 mi0.23 mi from Casa Rezzonico1 review
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