Bloom Bed and Breakfast

Bloom Bed and Breakfast

Contemporary design meets lavish eighteenth-century Venetian decor at these cool B&Bs

  • Best For Families, Couples
  • Rooms 6
  • Highlights You are treated to complimentary Prosecco on the roof terrace with panoramic views of Campo Santo Stefano and Venice's skyline

    6 lavish bedrooms with unapologetically dramatic and colourful designs - great for those on a romantic jaunt
  • Holiday Offers A 3-night break starts from £ 545 per person including breakfast and private boat transfer from Venice Marco Polo airport

Bloom Bed and Breakfast

Bloom is a stylish B&Bs, with six rooms, in a typical Venetian house.

They are owned and managed by dynamic duo Alessandra and Paolo, who gave a new life to the building and transformed it in its current glamorous state.

The highlight is the roof top terrace which looks out over the rooftops of Venice, the Campo Santo Stefano and the gothic façade of its church - the ultimate spot to sip some of the complimentary chilled prosecco that is left for guests to help themselves to.
  • Luggage storage
  • Concierge
  • Rooftop terrace with complimentary Prosecco 


Rooms are divide into Charmes, superiors and triples. Superiors are larger with king size beds while Charmes have bathtubs and triples have either 3 single beds or a double with an extra bed.

The style is lavish but tasteful, with heavy brocaded curtains and flocked wallpaper which blends perfectly with the beamed ceilings and immaculately preserved wooden floors.
Room Facilities
  • family room
  • private bathroom with shower or tub
  • LCD TV
  • air-conditioning
  • safe
  • mini-bar
  • Wi-Fi

Hotel Restaurant

The morning breakfast consists of fresh fruit, sweet pastries, hams, cheeses and yoghurts as well as the usual cereals and  beverages.
Other Restaurant Nearby
Finding somewhere to eat in Campo Stafeno is not a problem, the tricky part is choosing the right place, so we recommend asking the staff for advice.


Campo Santo Stefano is a large open space almost in the center of the city and is one of the most well-known ''Campi'' (open spaces) in Venice for its location between Piazza San Marco and the Accademia Bridge for Piazzale Roma.

Surrounded by numerous and remarkable palaces, worth mentioning Palazzo Morosini and Palazzo Loredan, it is such a beautiful an open-air setting that plays venue to some of the city's many events.

In the large Church of Santo Stefano, there are numerous works of great artistic value, such as three paintings by Tintoretto, the funerary stele of Giovanni Falier, senator of the Serenissima Republic, by Antonio Canova and the tomb, with the ducal seal, of the doge Francesco Morosini.


Active city breaks: kayaking in Venice

Active city breaks: kayaking in Venice

Escape the crowds and experience Venice the authentic way, on the water. Gondolas, private water taxis and Venice’s vaporetto are all great ways of getting around but our top tip for memorable moments is to paddle your way through the city on one of Venice Kayak’s guided tours.