Liassidi Palace Hotel4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Everything about this place was great. We loved the ambience and the staff there did everything they could to make sure my wife and I had a really special vacation. Very beautiful. Very clean. Very good location, right next to a canal. Highly recommend. :)
near San Marco , very efficient and professinal staff at the front office;Friendly helpfull and great advisor for resrtaurant; This hotel has no bar, no restaurant Great buffet breakfast view as often in Venice, rooms confortable but small a 3/4 stars hotel price of my room was from 80€ to 550€ Worth maximum 150€ I realize we are in Venice, where they are use to overcharge
Excellent location, close to St Marco square, short walking distance from the Alilaguna San Zaccaria stop (airport transfer) and you can also arrive by water taxi. We had a wellness suite, which is situated a three minute walk from the hotel main building. The location is quiet and the suite has plenty of space – a living room, bedroom and big bathroom with bathtub, shower and sauna. Each room had its own ac/heating panel, so we were able to set the temperature in each room separately. The service at the reseption was friendly both during check in and out. We did not have breakfast, nor needed to use any other services from the reception. The wellness suite is an excellent choice if you do not need reseption services. The suite was cleaned on daily bases, and minibar and espresso machine filled up.
This is a very good four-star hotel in Venice, right downown and just 10 minutes from St. Mark's square. The building overlooks a canal and has been completely restored to high standards. My room was ample, quiet, with full amenities. The personnel were very helpful. Breakfast was OK, but the cold cuts and cheese selection should be upgraded, and yogurt and drinks served on a chilled tray. A minor point is the laminated, faux wood tiles (which are peeling off) on the floor in the halls and rooms. All in all a very good choice.
Super spacious, clean and venetian by design... extremely helpful and lovely staff. Location was right on the canal so amazing views to soak up all of the Venice vibes. Very well priced and great value for what it is. It felt luxurious!
Lovely canal-side hotel within close walking distance of St. Mark's Square and the Grand Canal. Lovely little central courtyard to sip a glass of wine before heading out for dinner. Very good breakfast buffet. Staff all very friendly and helpful.
Having stayed here 2 years ago and had a wonderful time, we decided to stay here for our anniversary. The hotel is in a stunning location and is very well kept. If you can, it's easy to get to by water taxi - €120. My issues are fairly minor and had I not paid €1500 for 4 nights, wouldn't even rate a mention. The hotel has a lovely little courtyard - perfect for a glass of wine, relaxing after a long walk. Problem is, the bar was never open. And I mean never. The excuse 'the barman is off sick and we don't have a key'. Managed to open the same door for breakfast every morning though. My guess is they're not busy enough to employ a barman and couldn't be bothered with the hassle of opening it up as a dispense bar. So, off to the mini bar fridge - warm. Was meant to be fixed - never happened. Requested champagne in room on arrival. Never happened. The room was beautiful and the housekeeping staff were excellent. If you want a well kept, clean hotel in a wonderful location, and don't expect much from the staff other than to hand you the key, then it's ideal. The change in the service this time from 2 years ago was incredible. Going to try the Priuli Palace along the canal next time, which is a shame....but for the money, it's the little things that add up.
There's so much to like about the Liassidi Palace it's a shame that it's so let down by the details. That said, the good stuff is probably the more important. The location is fabulous, not only in a preposterously scenic backwater but also walking distance from the main San Zaccharia vaporetto stop. The staff and uniformly friendly and helpful too. However there is less edifying stuff you need to know too: a room does not become a suite just by adding a small table and two chairs. The hot water should not run out at 6.00pm, just as you're getting ready to go out. If you say your hotel has air conditioning, it should be safe to infer that it's functional. It's not. Our room was a little too hot but not worth complaining about but we overheard another couple telling the staff their room was sweltering and they were told that the a/c had been switched off in the entire building. And finally, do not book a canal side room. Yes the view is beautiful but this will be lost on you at 5.30am when the staff from restaurant opposite start dragging their chairs into their outside eating areas. First night we had our windows open (because of lack of a/c) and it was incredibly noisy, second and third we had them shut and despite double glazing it still woke us up and kept us awake for long enough for it to be hard to get back to sleep once it finally stopped. The breakfasts are very average too. We enjoyed the Liassidi Palace but will we stay here when we next come back to Venice? Sadly not: there are too many other options with fewer flaws than this.
This was a fantastic location just far enough away from the crowded center but easy walking distance to all the main sites and activities. The room was surprisingly large and comfortable. Staff were courteous and helpful; Breakfast was excellent.
Hotel was well maintained. We had a deluxe room ( no canal view) on the second floor. Only noise issue was the Jacuzzis in the bathrooms. Bathrooms were clearly retrofitted - ours was in an aerial extension in the courtyard! Our neighbours projected into our bedroom. Excellent breakfast buffet - chose the inclusive rate, and if you arrive in time you'll get a waterfront view. In October the bar was still outside in the Courtyard. The second floor gallery meeting space is clearly an ideal function location, and could be a nice seating area if bar service were provided. Location is very convenient for St Marks and there are lots of good restaurants in the Ai Greci area towards the Arsenal. You can get to & from the hotel on foot if you take the Vaporetto from the airport( Alilaguna) or cruise terminal(ACTV No 2) to San Zaccaria.
- 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 1028 reviews