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The Hotel Bel Sito & Berlino (or, more simply, the Hotel Bel Sito) shares a pleasant campo with several other hotels, including the four-star Palazzo del Giglio and one of Venice's top luxury hotels, the historic Gritti Palace.
It's easy to reach on foot from two Alilaguna airport-boat stops.
The 34-room hotel is decorated in traditional Venetian style and has free Wi-Fi in the lobby. Pets are welcome, with no extra fees.
Leave the Alilaguna boat and walk straight ahead, down the Calle Gritti, until the street widens into a small square.
Turn left into the street that faces you. The Hotel Bel Sito & Berlino's entrance will be across the street, opposite the church.
For a video preview of your walk, click below:
As you leave the boat station, turn left and cross a small stone bridge.
Continue a few meters to the Calle Vallaresso and turn right.
Walk straight ahead down the Calle Vallaresso, past Harry's Bar and a row of designer shops.
At the first corner, turn left into the Salizzada San Moisè.
Walk to the narrow canal alongside the Hotel Bauer, where you'll see gondolas on your left and a small bridge just ahead.
Cross the bridge and walk straight ahead into the Calle Larga XXII Marzo.
Walk to the end of the street and bear left at the corner.
After the street jogs, walk straight ahead on the Calle Ostreghe.
Cross the next bridge, continue a few meters to the Campo Santa Maria Giglio, and look for the Hotel Bel Sito's sign (see photo above).
Take the Alilaguna Blue Line airport boat from the cruise basin to the San Marco Giardinetti boat stop.
Follow the directions from San Marco Giardinetti above.
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