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Venice Carnival 2013 – Hotel Tips & More

Saturday, January 5th, 2013

If you’re looking to spend your vacation wining and dining at lively and fun-filled masquerade festivals in Italy and are looking for a place to stay, then you need not look any further!

Venice Carnival Image: bazzmann

From the elegance and beauty of the Moretta to the Columbina masks to the strangely macabre and ominous Medico della Peste (literally translated as “The Plague Doctor”) masked with its wildly and astonishingly elongated beak and bespectacled appeal, the Carnival of Venice holds a special endearing place in the heart of Italian and Venetian history as a exuberantly raucous celebration of victory and triumph over the defeat of the Patriarch of Aquileia in the year 1162, which blossomed and grew into a widely renowned festival during the Renaissance. While celebrating and taking part in the festival in the ever romantic, intrinsically beautiful, and endlessly awe-inspiring city, you will have an opportunity to visit astoundingly gorgeous works of architecture (ranging from ancient cathedrals to hotels that are operating to this day) that have been around since the Middle Ages!

Middle Age Lodging for 21st-Century Masqueraders
There are many fantastic hotels to choose from here that will cater to all types of budgets and preferences, and most Venetian hotels (regardless of price range) are well-known for their cleanliness, reasonable prices, exquisite decorations, and world-class hospitality. We’ll delve into a few hotels that we believe are quite remarkable given the high-caliber service that you can expect to get at such an excellent price!

Hotel Campiello
Located just a stone’s throw away from St. Mark’s Square in the heart of ancient Italy, Hotel Campiello is certainly an ideal location for adventurous and daring travelers who are more willing to veer away from the well-beaten touristy path and discover more authentic Venetian delights that lie outside of primary tourist attractions. The staff are well-known for their hospitality and generosity and will be more than happy to help you find your way around.

Zaguri Bed & Breakfast
Also located just around the corner from St. Mark’s Square is Zaguri, a bed-and-breakfast locale known for its rather spacious rooms, modern Venetian interior, and top-notch room service. This rather inexpensive and quiet hotel comes highly recommended by many travelers and adventurers looking to experience the best that the city has to offer.

VIP Venice Apartments
For weary travelers who are looking for more upscale and exclusive accommodations that offer an exceptional level of comfort and relaxation for your ultimate enjoyment and leisure, this is an ideal location that features fantastic views of unforgettable sights and landmarks such as the Rialto Bridge, the Grand Canal, the Moor’s Clock Tower, or even St. Mark’s Basilica! All rooms featured come with spacious accommodations and amenities that will make your experience an absolute breeze!


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  1. Tarriff says:
    January 10th, 2013 at 21:45

    Venice has a rich history. This should be good.

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