Ca' Dei Conti4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
This hotel was beautiful with a friendly service. Our room was in a separate building just around the corner. It was very quiet and the view from our room of the canal and square was lovely. There were a few rooms directly off the breakfast room but the breakfast room was so quiet I don't think it would have made a great difference. Our room was traditionally decorated, quiet, clean and warm, all at a good price.
Our room was in another building just around the corner from the main hotel. It was quiet, very warm and cosy, and very clean. The breakfast was lovely, lots of variety. Despite being so close to the main tourist area, the hotel and surrounding areas were very quiet. I intend to travel to Venice again next year and will definitely be choosing the Ca' Dei Conti again!
The concept of the hotel is actually good, but the room we were given was so disappointing. Do not ever book a classic room here, they may give you an attic room. This room is suffocating, especially since they do not turn on airconditioning during the winter months. In addition, even our refrigerator was not working. We ended up opening the window of the room to have some air to come in and setting up a booby trap using the chairs and tables in order to protect ourselves from possible thieves entering the room through the windows. The classic room is definitely the scam here. The high rating it holds must be given by those who end up booking higher end rooms.
It's not the hotel's fault, but more than once we've lost the track to come back finding this hotel in ridiculously confusing Venice. Nevertheless, the location of Ca' dei Conti was pretty good for a short trip. Just minutes to Marcus square (if you don't get lost!) you can find this decently priced 4-stars-hotel with beautiful rooms. We felt like it was a truly Italian Palazzo with all the old furniture, classic bathroom and, for sure, all the ingrediants needed in the mini bar to prepare some Bellini cocktails to really start a Venice experience. The breakfast served daily, starting from 7:30am was generous for Italian standards and consisted of a big buffet with sweet and savoury options. Fun activity: The omlette and pancake mashines you could operate by your own! Staff was attentive and helpful with information about public transport. There was a possibilty to use the luggage storage room on our last day. If you compare this hotel to other options of the same category in Venice you will see it is pretty reasonably priced. A big plus in a city as expensive as Venice! But a few things could also have been better: Orange juice for breakfast could have better been freshly squeezed or at least some aromatic concentrate. Juice served tasted like it's been some dissolved powder in water. Beds were first of all not as beautiful as the other furniture in the room. But also not the most perfect to sleep (kind of a little too soft). Nevertheless, we would not really complain about the beds and would definitel come back again.
On the one hand we got a very good deal and although we were given a room in the annex, we got a big and nicely appointed room. Bubbly waiting when we arrived even. But if we hadn’t been warned that we would most likely be in the annex and not the main building we would have been quite disappointed. Overall the hotel seems fine and it is in a great location. Just be open minded and aware that you may not get the room you think you’re going to get.
Decent hotel. We got to stay in the newer part of the hotel. Reception was friendly, wifi was quality, room was small but not overly uncomfortable. That’s the only reason I gave 4 stars, everything else about it was great
Very nice lokaled near the most important sights. Rooms beautiful, big and clean. Breakfast is small but you find everything you want. Staff is friendly and helpful. Next time again. Thank you for a wonderful time in Venice.
The reviews here are all accurate depending on what building you find yourself in. We were in the annexe and it was so disappointing. The room was so small and i am guessing we could have got a better deal elsewhere but my travel agent recommended this. When we arrived we found a room so small we couldn't open our cases on the floor. The bathroom was quite big BUT no screen or curtain on the shower literally meant water went everywhere..(see the photo attached). Hotel very close to St Marks square but then agian most places are not that far a walk...what frustrated me most was having to pay city tax based on a four star rating that is 2 1/2 at best. I wont stay here again. Cant comment on the positive posts cause we didnt have a suite...
We made reservations through our travel agent back in May. She reserved a Classic Room for our 2 night stay. Upon arrival the front desk assigned us a tiny room on the 3rd floor. Elevator to 2nd floor then a steep flight of steps up. We entered the smelly tiny room and found there was a slanted ceiling making it impossible to stand straight throughout the room. Also the double bed had no side access. Both sides were against walls. You could only enter the bed at the foot. I told the porter we did not want to stay in the room. He called the front desk and put me on the line with the desk clerk. The clerk told me that we would have to stay in the room the 1st night and he would see if he could move us on our 2nd night. I had the porter take our bags down to the front desk. The desk clerk brought the manager out and we discussed with him that we had made the reservation months ago at the high recommendation of the hotel by our travel agent. The manager made us wait while he reviewed the available rooms. After a while he said that they would upgrade us to a superior room at no additional charge. We entered the new room to find the classic room which we originally reserved and not an upgraded superior room. This was fine after the 1st nightmare room we were given. The new room was what we expected. During our stay we found the hotel staff at both the front desk and the breakfast room to be very cold and unfriendly. Rarely a smile or a Buon Giorno. The hotel is rated 4 stars however from our experience 3 would be more like it. I would not even expect to see the 1st room we were offered in a 2 star hotel. We paid $350 per night and I believe we could have found a more friendly hotel in Venice where the staff does not try to pawn off inferior rooms. The only thing it has going for it is it's nicely located, but needless to say ....We would not stay here again and cannot recommend.
Stayed here on a couple of occasions,first for just one night and then a further three.On the first night we had a room,301 I think which was extremely small though it had a large bathroom.As it was just the one night we made do but asked that when we returned if it was possible to have something bigger. We were shown room 101 on the ground floor which had a much larger floor space but the bathroom was VERY narrow yet had all amenities. The room was also very dark even with all lighting on and very little daylight could enter since the hotel is located down back alleys, as are many others. Reception staff were very friendly and helpful recommending restaurants (non tourist) and booking events. The hotel seemed well patronised with visitors from many different countries and offered a very varied breakfast menu with the novelty of self service pancake and omelette makers. We would stay again as it was very near St Mark's square but would have to upgrade from the basic rooms.
- Walking distance to St. Mark's Basilica and St Mark's Campanile
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
Located in Castello, Ca' Dei Conti is within a 5-minute walk of popular attractions such as St. Mark's Basilica and St Mark's Campanile. This 4-star hotel has 36 guestrooms and offers a casino, free in-room WiFi, and a rooftop terrace. Doge's Palace and Bridge of Sighs are a short walk from the hotel, which is on the waterfront.
Continental breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 7:30 AM to 10:30 AM. Order from room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room, or make new friends over drinks at the bar/lounge.
Ca' Dei Conti's 36 rooms are soundproofed and provide fireplaces, minibars, and free newspapers. LCD TVs come with satellite channels, and free WiFi keeps guests connected. Bathrooms offer hair dryers, free toiletries, and bidets. Safes, phones, and desks are also standard.
A casino, a rooftop terrace, and free WiFi in public areas are featured at Ca' Dei Conti. Airport transportation is made easy with an airport shuttle for a fee. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include conference space, express check-in, and free newspapers.
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75% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1149 reviews