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I have to admit this hotel captured me from the moment I checked in. The service has been fantastic from the front desk to the breakfast staff. The hotel is centrally located near most of the great sites in Venice and was truly an affordable rate. While the rooms are charming, they are not built for tourists looking for the most up to date amenities. But they are clean, well serviced, and have a unique style that welcomes you to Italy. I would definitely recommend this hotel for those visiting on their first trip to Venice! Great Job!
In short lines, it is a smallish, somewhat luxury hotel in the heart of the city. It is decorated in authentic Venetian style. Our room was beautiful and had a view on canal. Both bed and pillows were comfortable. Bathroom is very nice. Cleanness is on desired level. Breakfast is okay and will get you going until the late afternoon. Coffee is good, but make sure to order the espresso. Small lobby area is beautiful, especially the room on the right. Receptionists are professional. One member of the staff helped us carry our luggage all the way to the third floor which was a pleasant surprise. Venice is one of the rare places which makes it hard to orientate. Streets are narrow, look the same and if you are tired can feel like a maze. Map app does not help much in finding the hotel. There should really, really be more signs in place that would guide people towards hotel.
I have to say that this hotel is good for a quick stay in Venice and the location is Great very close to the main square, front desk guys are very helpful. My room was comfortable , breakfast is included, the bathroom is big, the decor is outdated. The only down was the TV which was small, otherwise we had a good stay. Thanks.
This is a gem of a hotel in Venice. Excellent location and yet in a quieter part. The classic double room was decent size with a murano chandelier, had a safe, fridge and tea/coffee making facilities. The bathroom was quite a good size and came with a jacuzzi tub, which was a big bonus. The floor are a bit of a maze and no lifts in the building. Breakfast was good but limited hot choices for vegetarians. Not sure why they put chicken croquettes and hash browns in the same dish. A large selection of pastries and a honeycomb too! Rialto vaporetto stop is a 8 min walk. Finding hotels for the first time in Venice are always a bit tricky but just follow Google maps carefully for the last turn into the alley way and you should be fine
Stayed 1 night here in July 2019. Hotel is a little difficult to find but once we found it we were happy with the size of the room and front desk was fast and friendly. Breakfast was good with plenty of options (including a real honeycomb) and had plenty of seating. Location is very close to San Marco plaza and Rialto bridge. A small canal goes right by the hotel. They have a storage room to hold your luggage when you check out if you have time to explore the city some more before leaving. Hotel does not have an elevator, so be prepared to walk up stairs. Would definitely stay here again if visiting Venice.
It is a 5 minute nice walk to the Plaza San Marco. But the air conditioning is very weak. The television is very small. And there are limited outlets to charge your devices if you come with a family. Also for some reason it took forever to charge our phones. Maybe the wattage wasn’t strong enough. But so far it’s been a nice stay. We are here for 4 days.
Stayed here for 4 days in May this year. The hotel is 5 minutes walk from St Marks Square so location was bob on. Very clean, friendly and staff exceptionally helpful. Room was plenty big enough for 4 of us and the breakfast was great as well. Very competitive pricing made this a great stay.
We had a couple of days in Venice and were first time visitors so the choice of hotel was based on star quality and location. The location is great; just a few minutes stroll to Piazza San Marco and in the San Marco district. The small canal Rio di Verona runs past the front door. Everyone at the hotel is so helpful and they arranged a private transfer for us both ways which was amazing especially as the boat dropped us and picked us up just by the front door so you get to travel the small canals alongside the gondolas. The breakfast spread was very plentiful and varied including, cereals, toasts, pancakes, hot food (eggs, bacon, sausages), yoghurt, donuts, apple strudel, hot chocolate on tap, champagne...I could go on. The bed was huge and very comfortable with Sky TV providing loads of channels in all languages. The bath had two showers and it was also a jacuzzi bath. My wife had a gripe that the hairdryer was in the bathroom and that you had to continuously hold the button down to make it work along with the fact that because it was in the bathroom the mirror was steamed up. As people have mentioned previously, there is no lift, but the staff are very willing to help with luggage. Everywhere is spotlessly clean, but the reason why I have not given it 5 stars is the decor. I respect that it is an authentic hotel but the very busy and dark colour scheme is a litte bit too gothic for me, but please do not let this detract from what is a great hotel with great people, in a great location.
The location of this hotel is excellent, all major landmarks are a short walk away. The staff are extremely friendly and genuine and the rooms are very comfortable, we even had a terrace next to our room. The jacuzzi bath was a saviour after a full day of sightseeing and the fridge is big enough to hold lots of goodies for some in room snacking. The bed was really comfy with pristine white sheets, the first night we did not close the windows properly and could here church bells from 6 am and lots of loud talking and activity, the next evening we shut the windows and couldn’t hear a thing ! The breakfast was good and the croissants to die for. All in all, great location, comfy and ideal for those who like to sight see but also like a bit of peace and quiet and a good book. Reception staff very helpful.
We only stayed for one night in this hotel, but were very happy that we picked this one. We took the vaporetto from the train station to Rialto and were able to comfortably find our way to the hotel (walking with a couple of big suitcases). The walk from the Rialto stop crosses the canal a couple of times, so there are a few steps that you have to carry your bags over - should keep that in mind if you have heavy bags. The hotel is also a short walk away from the main St. Mark's square. This was one of the few hotels that had a family suite available. The room was a little stuffy, so we had to open a window - and that is not very pleasant on a rainy night in February. There was also some party going on next door - which caused some noise (because we opened the window) We were pleasantly surprised by the variety offered in the breakfast. The hotel allowed us to keep our bags both before check-in and after check-out.
Located in San Marco, Hotel Ca' Alvise is adjacent to La Fenice Opera House and within a 5-minute walk of other popular sights like Grand Canal. The 28 rooms at this 4-star hotel include minibars, coffee makers, and LED TVs.
Start your day off with breakfast, available for a fee. Order from room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room, or make new friends over drinks at the bar/lounge.
Guests can expect to find free WiFi and 22-inch an LED TV with satellite channels. The bathroom offers hair dryers, free toiletries, and bidets. Other standard amenities include a minibar, a coffee maker, and a safe.
Hotel Ca' Alvise features free WiFi in public areas, a meeting room, and coffee in a common area. The front desk has multilingual staff that can help with concierge services, luggage storage, and dry cleaning/laundry. Additional amenities include laundry facilities, a TV in a common area, and a porter/bellhop.