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3 Nights Venice January for 2 people - Central Guesthouse + Bristol Rtn Flights = £55.08pp (£110.17 total) @ Expedia
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3 Nights Venice January for 2 people - Central Guesthouse + Bristol Rtn Flights = £55.08pp (£110.17 total) @ Expedia

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Posted 9th Jan

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Last minute trip to Venice, staying in a well reviewed central guest house 5 minutes from Piazzale Roma. Sample dates based on 13th to 16th Jan, based on 2 people. Accommodation is booked via Expedia and flights booked at Ryanair from Bristol. Whilst the weather may not be the warmest, January is less busy so may suit some. Deal link goes to various accommodation for those dates.



Central Guest house via Expedia

There are various central guest house options on Expedia. A couple of picks, Cai Dei Polo for 3 nights, £90 with 10% code from The Metro. Gets good reviews in a central location

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Residenza degli Angeli for 3 nights including breakfast £89.05 for 3 nights - edit now sold out. There is various other accommodation available for similar or lower prices.

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Flights booked via Ryanair £9.98 each return

Flight dates based on 13th Jan to 16th Jan, departing from Bristol, working out at under £10 each return. Some other dates available also in Jan. Based on hand luggage.

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We went in December 2019 fine 95% of the time... However the day we left the water level was knee high and the water bus we had paid for was not running as it couldn't get under the bridges. Water taxis could. It was a very quick speed boat ride to the airport but cost €100 not ideal!

Also gondolas were €85 for half hour or €110 half hour at night. Most meals out (2 drinks and 2 mains) cost about €40-50 obviously with the gondolas you can haggle but not so much with food!

Amazing place to go, especially this cheap but do buy some cheap shoe covers for €4 that'll cover just past your knees.
Also Spa and co-op are over there and are super cheap! Got a bottle of chilled prosecco for €3 so if you can pick up as much food as possible there.

Hope the above is useful to someone!
Infinity pool included.
SJ0109/01/2020 13:30

Delete your cookies, Expedia are a joke for that.


You can't say delete cookies in front of Chanchi aka The Cookie Monster
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Nice one - heat added
Delete your cookies, Expedia are a joke for that.
Can't even find it on Expedia..
What's the current position on floods in Venice? They have been higher this year than ever before so not voting yet.
Are they not sinking any more? Hahaa
This would explain price
SJ0109/01/2020 13:30

Delete your cookies, Expedia are a joke for that.


You can't say delete cookies in front of Chanchi aka The Cookie Monster
not a good deal, isnt it heavily flooded for the last few months
Sizzle09/01/2020 13:54

not a good deal, isnt it heavily flooded for the last few months


Subsided but always a risk. We went last year in October and one week after we came back, there was flooding everywhere, waist high outside hotel.
I have been in Venice (01/01/2020-07/01/2020). I haven't noticed any flooding in the city at all. The weather was nice and it hasn't rained during all my stay there.
Infinity pool included.
You want to add about 30 euro for a return PP on the aqua bus from the Airport area to the central island.

We stayed at the Hilton Molino Stucky Venice last year for a pretty good price. Its definitely a place to experience at least once.
Take a lilo
We went in December 2019 fine 95% of the time... However the day we left the water level was knee high and the water bus we had paid for was not running as it couldn't get under the bridges. Water taxis could. It was a very quick speed boat ride to the airport but cost €100 not ideal!

Also gondolas were €85 for half hour or €110 half hour at night. Most meals out (2 drinks and 2 mains) cost about €40-50 obviously with the gondolas you can haggle but not so much with food!

Amazing place to go, especially this cheap but do buy some cheap shoe covers for €4 that'll cover just past your knees.
Also Spa and co-op are over there and are super cheap! Got a bottle of chilled prosecco for €3 so if you can pick up as much food as possible there.

Hope the above is useful to someone!
Bargain!!!!!
Cheap like chips, I paid 611 for 2 nights in may, b&b, 3 people. But water might subside by then. I hope........
buzzard09/01/2020 13:43

What's the current position on floods in Venice? They have been higher …What's the current position on floods in Venice? They have been higher this year than ever before so not voting yet.


I don't think it's just floods either. Hasn't there been quite a lot of protesting?
Voted hot, great city to visit.
SJ0109/01/2020 14:11

Subsided but always a risk. We went last year in October and one week …Subsided but always a risk. We went last year in October and one week after we came back, there was flooding everywhere, waist high outside hotel.


it seems we were there at the same time then
SJ0109/01/2020 14:13

Infinity pool included.


This needs 100 upvotes atleast.
Sizzle09/01/2020 16:14

it seems we were there at the same time then


Was a great holiday, managed to go to Lido on the day we were leaving, long sandy beach, felt a world away from everything.
I was there last week - nice and dry with no flooding!
Looks great
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November 2019
Great
Check the full moon - that’s when it floods. Outside that you’re fine. Amazing time to go - quiet, atmospheric and not smelly like in summer.
Nice deal and Venice is breathtaking
but such a rip off at the restaurants the prices are also breathtaking!
What's the supplement to fly out from LHR?

Kindest regards
Ryanair fly to Treviso I think which is quite a bus journey away from central Venice
Flying hundreds of miles for a three day break?


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Edited by: "supermann" 10th Jan
i don't think its flooded anymore - i'm pretty sure its the exact opposite issue now - there is no water in the canals.
I can only imagine what it might smell like with no water in there.
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lucas10/01/2020 21:59

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Hahhahha I am going for a 3 day bteak in May. Greta wont be happy. Was thinking about sailing there but canals are dry so could noy get to my hotel.
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