Best Western Hotel Montecarlo Venice

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Locality: City Centre: Saint Mark's Square, price from: 103 € per night
Being near the renowned San Marco Square, the Best Western Hotel Montecarlo Venice combines a refined atmosphere, which is discreet and typically Venetian with all the modern comforts of a large modern hotel. Location: The Best Western Hotel Montecarlo is in an antique 17th century palace situated in the centre of Venice offering easy access to most important historical and cultural monuments as well as the shopping areas in the city. Rooms: The hotel feature 48 guestrooms that are elegantly furnished in Venetian style of the 17th century and well equipped assuring its guests a comfortable stay. Restaurant: The Antico Pignolo Restaurant is the ideal meeting place for business or pleasure lunches and dinners where it is possible to taste the traditional dishes of Venetian and International cuisine, accompanied by prestigious wines. General: Furthermore the friendly, helpful and well prepared staff is willing to help you with anything you might need in order to make your stay at the Best Western Hotel Montecarlo as pleasant as possible such as restaurant reservations, guided tour information and car rentals.

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