Much of the Al Ponte Mocenigo’s charm comes from its columned courtyard, accented by an antique wellhead. Ten rooms, with a relaxed modern take on Venetian style, surround this courtyard, while another eight sit in a somewhat less atmospheric annex.The exposed beam ceilings are original and the decor and furnishings draw some of their inspiration from the 18th century.
Rest and relaxation
The main hotel’s ten rooms include one well-appointed suite, which includes a small balcony and a whirlpool bath. Guests not lucky enough to snag the suite, however, can avail themselves of the hotel’s Turkish bath, whose services include chromotherapy.
Close to the train station and the San Stae vaporetto stop, Al Ponte Mocenigo is not inconveniently located, but those who wish to reach top Venetian landmarks like the Ponte Rialto will have quite the walk on their hands. Tucked away on a private corner between the San Polo and Canareggio neighborhoods, this neighborhood is practically free of tourists.