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can you tell me the best affordable 5 stars hotels in italy?
i am going on my honeymoon to rome, florence, and venice i wanted to know the best 5 stars hotel there but the affordable ones? can you help me? please provide me with links and all??thanks alot
Yes, here is a list of 5 star hotels in Rome http://www.romanlife-romeitaly.com/luxury-hotels-rome-italy.html they have been selected from tourist reviews according to value for money and service.
Plus it goes hand in hand with hotelsCombined, which is a hotel search engine that searches and compares prices of Italy Hotel Booking companies. http://www.romanlife-romeitaly.com/hotels-in-central-rome.html
This is probably your best bet for getting the best rates for 5 stars hotels in Italy and Rome.
Palazzina Grassi 5 Star Luxury Hotel In Venice Italy
What is a good place to stay in the SanMarco area of Venice?
Would like to stay in a hotel on the canal. Only two days. What are the top 10 picks of what to see? First trip.
I am sending you some website with all the best cheap rates:
I am sure you will find the right one for you
Spa VENICE: not just a luxury spa hotel in Abano Terme
does anyone know any good hotels in Venezia(venice)?
they have to be below £500.. as nice as you can get please :}
about £500 for 6/7 nights
Prices in Venice depend a lot on exactly when you go. I was there over the weekend for Carnevale and spent 150 euro per night for the Monaco & Grand Canal – a good price for the location and time, but there are a lot of cheaper options depending on your travel dates. I use this site for hotels here in Italy: http://www.venere.com/italy/venice/ You can sort by particular areas of the city and price or rating by past guests. Without knowing your expected travel dates, it’s difficult to know specifically what would be available in the price range you’re looking at. Places near the train station or on the outer islands like the Lido tend to be cheaper. You’d need to take the vaporetto to go between the Lido, and San Marco, but Venice is otherwise walkable. It normally takes about 35 minutes to get from the train station to Piazza San Marco. However, you might find some nice places in your price range in San Marco itself – for example, try the Palazzo Bembo http://www.venere.com/italy/venice/ near Rialto or the Al Ponte dei Sospiri http://www.venere.com/hotels/venice/hotel-ponte-dei-sospiri/?sd=24&sm=02&sy=2010&ed=25&em=02&ey=2010&rval=1&pval=2#information;swa20100224,20100225,2,1 which is very close to Piazza San Marco.
Video clip of Hotel Bella Venezia Venice by Eurobookings.com