Liassidi Palace Hotel4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
We really enjoyed this hotel's location and proximity to good restaurants. It is located in a quieter area of Venice but still close enough to St Marks square and shopping so we could go most anywhere at anytime. The staff is friendly, the public spaces very pretty and the rooms great. For Europe, we felt the room was a generous size with a nice bathroom and nice amenities. We did not try the restaurant or the bar here so I cannot comment on the food. What is great is that a water taxi can drop you or pick you up right from the hotel. Such a help when traveling with luggage. You don't want to take public transportation and wheel your luggage through the streets to get to or from your hotel. We did that once and it was no fun. So a big yes to this hotel.
We stayed here after a week on the Star Flyer. The trip from Venice to Montenegro and back was so great this hotel had something to live up to. Great arrival by water taxi and very helpful staff. Our room was 301 nice modern shower room large enough and well stocked with lovely towels and toiletries which were above average. The bed was king size and very comfortable with lots of light as there were two large windows. Though for privacy you may want to keep some window coverings closed. One was just across from another house. Perfectly adequate though not spacious. Minibar was expensive with water 4 Euro a bottle though you could get a glass of wine in the bar for 4.5 Euro. So not all bad news. The downside of the bar is that it closed at 9pm so not the place for a night cap before turning in. That said it is near enough to other places that were open so it didn't matter that much. Breakfast was a lovely selection of continental breads, pastries and cakes with bacon, scrambled egg and cheeses with cold meats. Fruit, yoghurt and cereal also on offer and great coffee served with hot milk. Would recommend if you don't intend to spend much time in your room or need a late night bar.
I had booked another more expensive hotel and had buyer's remorse. I cancelled and booked a duplex junior suite at the Liassardi Palace. Typical of older European hotels, rooms are smaller than American ones. This one was well appointed with the all the expected amenities of a 4 star hotel. The hotel has a nice courtyard and availability to be dropped off on the canal side. The staff is attentive and knowledgeable. There is a mini bar, complementary bubbly upon arrival, and electric kettle to make coffee or tea in the room. The best part about this hotel is the quiet, away from the busier districts and off a side canal. Part of the Small Hotels of the World, I knew this hotel would live up to certain standards, that other similar priced hotels might not. All in all, a great experience. The public space off my second floor room was lovely. Murano glass fixtures, gilt chairs with red silk fabrics, with bold paintings predominate in a more modern renovation of an old palace.
We were there in the height of the tourist season this summer. We arrived by water taxi from the airport, pulling up to the canal entrance and stepped into the past. Our room was everything we could have wanted, sauna room, spa tub, luxury furnishings and a view to the grand canal that could not be beat. The staff was very attentive, and their restaurant recommendations were spot on. Yes, it was a splurge, but at the end of a day walking through the crowded, sun baked, streets of Venice, it was wonderful to come back to the hotel (only a short walk from the vaporetto station) and sit in their courtyard before getting ready for dinner. This hotel was a rare find.
This is a lovely hotel on a canal in a slightly quieter part of Venice, whilst still very close to St Marks Square. We stayed in a deluxe double room which overlooked the canal which was really nice and we would recommend this type of room. The staff are very friendly and helpful. The only slight negative is that breakfast is a limited buffet.
We were enchanted with this hotel, our room, and with the warm reception at arrival. We got a room in the second floor with a wonderful view. Prime location, few blocks from Piazza San Marcos, restaurants and shops. Transportation with direct access to the hotel. Special mention to Mr. Marzocchi and his staff, always present with support and information. Enjoyed our stay and we will certainly be back!
The hotel is very very nice. It is almost five so we give it five. Mind that some rooms are outside the hotel more apartments so be careful when booking this as not apparent from the web booking sites at least not very clear. The rooms are great also in the apartments (very close only a few meters away) but the hotel is so nice so a pity not being on site so to say. The hotel is a waterfront palace, there is no restaurant but some really good ones in the direct vicinity one of one star ambition (it reaches) is The Local, with ambition and super food, fusion Venice and international, friendly and extraordinary staff, luxury but worth every penny, the other one is Trattoria Remigio, local and very friendly with super food of local style and few or no tourists. Good value and all food is so good. Book a must. The hotel is close to all of the city. The area is quite and even the cafes around are worth while, good quality and good staff. The bar in the hotel is in the private square, great and value for money drinks. The staff is professional and will accommodate, at least so with us, any needs and to be sure of what you want and get, call or mail. You will have all information right away. The hotel is sort of boutique luxury. Few things are missing (only bathrobes I think and maybe gym but no need you will walk away all calories anyway). So to summarize, we loved thae place and would come back.
We booked to stay at this hotel after reading all the good reviews. Our trip was a special one to celebrate my husbands 70th birthday so was special to us. Friends also booked to spend time with us. When I booked I knew we were in the Annex, I would suggest unless you want to feel you have booked an air b no b apartment you change your booking. The apartment is spotlessly clean and very modern, however the air conditioning wasn't good and the noise from the two restaurants is unacceptable. We were woken at 5 with pavements being cleaned and tables being pulled along the pavement. Although they closed at 10.30 noise went on till after 11.30. When we walked into the comunual area inside the first door of the apartment the people staying in the other apartment were usually using the space which made us feel we were sharing an apartment with strangers- not what we wanted. I ordered a bottle of prosecco to be in our room when we arrived and even received a confirmation email to say it would be complementary as we were celebrating a special occasion and guess what it wasn't there. I have to say the following day when we asked we were served it in the courtyard but the moment wasn't the same. Having said this the staff in reception were lovely as is the courtyard which must serve the most reasonably priced drinks in the whole of Venice. I have to say we left feeling disappointed that a trip we had booked a full 12 months before didn't meet our expectations.
This hotel is so beautiful. I loved my room, the breakfast area and just about everything. It is hard to get to at first because at the shore of Venice you find a lot of people trying to give you false directions because they want you to pay for their help. My suggestion is to keep on your GPS on your phone so you can find it yourself. But it is also located by two really good restaurants.
This hotel is close to all amenities and ferries. The staff are friendly and very helpful, they advise how to get somewhere what to do and other issues. My room overlooked the canal and breakfast was almost on the canal. Breakfast although not flush was sufficient, WiFi was good and didn't keep cutting out like other hotels. Would certainly stay here again
- Walking distance to St. Mark's Basilica and Rialto Bridge
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Concierge services
Located in Castello, Liassidi Palace Hotel is within a 10-minute walk of popular sights such as St. Mark's Basilica and Bridge of Sighs. This 26-room, 4-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a bar/lounge, free in-room WiFi, and coffee/tea in a common area. Rialto Bridge and St Mark's Campanile are a short walk from the hotel, which is in the historical district.
For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served each morning for a fee. At the end of the day, the bar/lounge is a great place to grab a drink.
Liassidi Palace Hotel's 26 individually decorated rooms provide safes. Guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms have hair dryers, free toiletries, and bidets.
Guests of Liassidi Palace Hotel enjoy free WiFi in public areas, coffee in a common area, and express check-in. Airport transportation is made easy with an airport shuttle for a fee (available 24 hours). The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this luxury hotel include express check-out, free newspapers, and a garden.
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89% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1009 reviews