Malibran3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Once we found the hotel it was very easy to navigate ourselves around venice. Staff very friendly and helpful. Restaurant was fantasic with great foid and service. You even got a discount as we were staying in the hotel. Decor was very old and felt like you are visiting grandma which was a very nice home feeling. Ensuites were very small and shower was not very good. Bonus was it had a lift so dont have to lug bags up the stairs
The staff at Malibran were very helpful. The hotel is understandably small as space is at a premium in Venice. Our first room was not what we booked 6 months before, and the staff gave us a larger room with a bath. However both rooms had toilet cisterns that didn't flush (we had to use the toilet behind reception and I had to remove the wall panel to reverse the toilet plunger each time it was used). The second room also flooded the floor when showering, no matter what was done with the shower curtain. They seemed to appreciate the feedback. Venice was nonetheless delightful.
15 of us stumbled on this place during a busy period. They were amazing! We were all fed with very good food (each of us choosing difererent dishes) and wine, speedily and the bill didn't break the bank! Next time we'll make a point of booking!
Excellent Gluten free pizzas, any pizza on the menu can be made gluten free. Also a good variety on the menu of other dishes. The service was slow but staff were friendly and helpful. Reasonably priced for Venice. Would go back for the Pizza!!
What a hotel room were so small bathroom was that small you couldnt sit on the loo straight it looked like the bathroom was made in the wardrobe..the single beds were that small i fell out when i turned over ,bed heads and side board was that old it had mould on it i couldnt wait to get out
We stumbled across this place when searching for breakfast in the city. A great find: really good breakfast, nice peaceful square and friendly staff, all for 10 euros each. We went back for dinner that evening, and again the meal was great. We'd definitely aim to stay here if we were coming to Venice again.
Considering it is easy you can get gluten free options in venice is rubbish. As a Coeliac fish and salad dishes do not in my book class as gluten free that's lazy. I want pizza and spaghetti this is extremely hard. After 4 hours I found this place they sell san Miguel gluten free and are fully aware of Coeliacs so I had a pizza which was fine as good as uk in taste but with the atmosphere of Italy and accordian player makes it perfect. Welldone Hotel Malibran it means alot
Stayed 2 nights recently after getting off cruise. Hotel had previously provided directions from cruise port and these were very helpful. Hotel room basic with computer monitor sized tv and even smaller bathroom. Average sized person had knees making contact with wall opposite when sitting on toilet. Shower pressure just adequate, and temperature varied. Breakfast was cereal, fruit salad, boiled egg, toast, tea, coffee and fruit juice. and selection of cold meats. No variation. Location is good with short walk to Rialto bridge, main canal and various shopping and restaurants. Hotel advertises wifi but it was hopeless. Would look elsewhere next time.
This hotel is in a good location not far from the Railto Bridge about a 5 minute walk. It is about 50 metres off of one of the main through fares. Most of the tourist sites are in walking distance. The hotel was built in the 16th century so the rooms are a little on the small size the room had a cupboard, small TV, small dressing table and bath room. The shower is small and I had to turn side ways to get into it. The rooms were clean, the property was well maintained. There are stairs to negotiate to get to the rooms, so if you have knee problems be aware. Breakfast was good it had a variety of cereals, bread, pastries, scrambled eggs. fruits, coffee, and juices. The restaurant has good quality food, and tables outside to sit and watch people go by. A nice atmosphere. Good service. Some tips: 1. The ferry trip from the airport to the Railto Bridge is 15 euros. 2. When you alight from the ferry walk one block in and turn left walk along the street over a canal and about 200 metres turn left. This way you are not carrying you suit cases of 5 different set of stairs. 3. To enjoy Venice you need to get away from the main streets to enjoy the city, there are bars restaurants off to the side of main streets try you will be surprised of the quality and price of food. 4. The ferry for the train station can also be boarded at the Railto Bridge dock and is about 7.50 euros per person.
This hotel is in a great location and is reasonably priced. We only stayed one night before embarking on a cruise. I enjoyed the restaurant and even returned to eat there once more after disembarking from the cruise..
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59% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 500 reviews