Hotel All'Angelo4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
We arrived on a hot day in June to find no working air conditioning in our 5th floor room. As the photos indicate, the room was very worn down and not worth 375/night. This was the only hotel on our 2 week trip that charged us for the full 5 night stay a week before we arrived. We left immediately and asked for a refund and moved to a much nicer and cleaner Hotel Metropole - which had working a/c. After a week of arguing about a refund we were finally refunded all our money except the first night.
We were delighted with our water taxi delivery to the door of the hotel. Had arranged this in the US through Viator. Definitely recommend them. The hotel was very comfortable. It was a fabulous location for getting around the city - we wandered backstreets and found many ways to go to the sites which were all nearby especially St Mark's Square. The room was very comfortable and well maintained. The street noise was noticeable at times but not terrible. The bathrooms were well appointed and clean. The breakfast was very substantial and nicely presented. Hotel staff was not overly friendly but they were helpful when asked for help. Elevator was small and without our suitcases the steps were the better way to get up and down in hotel. Leaving hotel for cruise port, we had arranged for water taxi and it picked us up right at the door and delivered us right to the pier.
Arrived Venice by private water taxi which dropped us off at St Mark's Sq and it was a short walk to the hotel. Wasn't that easy to find but eventually we did. Good entrance with an area with a view of the Canal. Alas, that was as good as it got. The room was very tired. It looked over a side street. The room walls were marked, there was a huge crack up one wall and the net curtains were filthy. The nets were so dusty that we had eye and breathing problems from the dust blown in as we had to keep the window open as it was boiling hot and no aircon working. The room was over the front entrance of the hotel so smokers gathered outside, fumes galore and the noise all night long! Don't choose this hotel, we made an error of judgement booking this through British Airways where we've always had exceptional hotels and by far, superior for the same price paid. Furniture needs replacing, walls cleaned and repainted and curtains cleaned. Bathroom was ok but the shower sliding door came off in our hands as we tried to slide it across. Reception was helpful when we needed anything but not friendly. You were not made to feel welcome, a great shame. This is my third visit to Venice and next time, I'll stay elsewhere. Breakfast was also disappointing, only white bread and white rolls! Why no healthy brown? There are so many fab Italian breads around and this hotel chose to stay in the dark ages. Not many savoury items, only finely sliced cheese, ham and mortadella but everything else was sweet and sugary. Can't believe the number of cakes they put out for breakfast. Don't get me started on getting coffee out of a huge di it yourself machine. So much for delicious Italian coffee, you have to go elsewhere for that and we did. The 6-7pm invitation to buy a drink and get free Italian tapas style was ham rolls, cheese rolls and ham and cheese croissants, what a let down! Beware! The only thing going going for this hotel is the location.
Very charming hotel. Staff were attentive and try to please. Well trained in customer service. Great location. 60 second walk to S Marco Square and not far from Rialto Bridge. As it’s in the prime part of the Island if you choose to stay here you may want to walk 5 minutes from hotel to opposite direction to get better prices on basically everything. Very charming lobby.
Hotel stay was very relaxed; I got a clean little single-room; Hotel staff was very helpful; there is a nice bar; The hotel is very close to all places of interest. Breakfast should have more variation, maybe eggs? I surely will come back!
Good place in central position for Venice, next to Piazza S. Marco. People are fine. Breakfast is okay, even if it is not special. My room is 5th floor, with view to San Marco bell tower. Price is at level, not so expensive as compared to other options.
This hotel has good location close to the Piazzo San Marco and about 10 minutes walk from the Rialto Bridge. One highlight is that you can sit in the lobby and watch the gondolas go by (and as you can see from my photos get some great snaps). However, our room was poor with carpet in poor condition and run down furniture. The bed was hard and uncomfortable. My wife sneezed all night from the dusty, mildewy condition of the room. The reception staff were helpful and the breakfast buffet was basic continental. This hotel needs a revamp to provide accommodation in line with its great location.
Our visit to Venice was enhanced by this 17th century building with modern touches. All major attractions are within a ten minute walk or boat ride. Breakfast was very good and the staff very cordial. Our only surprise was the lack of air conditioning. Opening the windows was the answer, and the weather was pleasant.
Really disappointing hotel. As you will see from my photos, the lobby as we walked in had a service trolly in the middle of it and dirty old sofas lining the walls. As we were led to our room i thought we had come out of the lift onto the staff floor by mistake. Walls marked, more service trolleys and fans and spare beds right outside our bedroom door. The room itself smelt of damp and mould. Furniture was sparce and dirty and shabby. Bed was up on a mezzanine level, which meant a precarious descent in the dark of the night to the bathroom. Thank god the bathrooms looked they had been renovated. The rest now needs to be done. The only saving grace was the view onto the canals, but noisy in the mornings with all the bustle outside . Staff were surley at best, bar one man on reception. Breakfast room had no windows to look out of. If you dared draw aside the filthy net curtains you saw scaffolding and piled up tables and chairs. Breakfast itself was unappetising. Warm long life milk on my cereal. I asked for cold fresh milk- they had none. Yes its near st mark's square, but venice is so small that so is virtually every other hotel! I suggest you try one of those.
This is a very nice hotel just a few hundred meters from the Piazza San Marco. There is limited WiFi in the lobby and a friendly staff. You really feel like you are in Venice when you are staying here, as many rooms have a view of one of the canals. It was not quiet, as you could easily hear what your neighbors were doing and in the morning I was awoken when the garbage boat came along. The breakfast was good, but the room was too small so it was always full and not very relaxing. I would say that it is quaint and romantic, but not a great place to stay for business.
- Steps from St. Mark's Basilica and St Mark's Campanile
- Free buffet breakfast
- Free WiFi in public areas
Located in San Marco, Hotel All'Angelo is next to popular attractions like St. Mark's Basilica and St Mark's Campanile. The 56 rooms at this 4-star hotel include minibars and flat-screen TVs and guests can enjoy free breakfast. Doge's Palace and St. Mark's Square are also within a short walk.
Free buffet breakfast is served each morning from 7:30 AM to 10:30 AM. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service, or make new friends over drinks at the bar/lounge.
The 56 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including minibars, safes, and desks. Flat-screen TVs come with satellite channels. Bathrooms have hair dryers, free toiletries, and bidets.
At Hotel All'Angelo, guests have access to free WiFi in public areas. Transportation is made easy with a ferry terminal shuttle. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage.
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61% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 922 reviews