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icons mark the Hotel Wildner and nearby hotels.
Hotel Wildner has a long
history, as well as a superb waterfront location amid the luxury hotels on
Venice's Riva degli Schiavoni.
In the era of Henry James and for much of the 20th Century,
the hotel was known as the Pensione Wildner, and that name
still adorns the building's façade. Today, the Wildner offers all the usual
modern conveniences. You can even bring your pet for free, although you'll need
to pay for Wi-Fi.
How to reach the Hotel Wildner from the San Zaccaria
As you leave the waterbus station, turn right and walk along
the waterfront promenade.
The Hotel Wildner will be up ahead. (It's the third building
before the stone bridge.)
From the Marittima cruise terminals:
Take the Alilaguna Blue Line airport boat from the cruise
basin to the San Zaccaria stop.
Follow the directions above.
From the San Basilio cruise pier:
Leave the cruise terminal by the main doors, walk straight
ahead to the wooden bridge, and cross the bridge.
At the ACTV vaporetto station (which is just ahead), take a
No. 2 water bus in the direction of San Zaccaria.
As you leave the boat station at San Zaccaria, look for the
Hotel Wildner, which will be almost straight ahead of you facing the