The Ca'Segredo property is extraordinary and was at the heart of a wonderful long weekend in Venice. The hotel takes its distinction from its rich history dating back to the 17th century as residence for the nobility as well as it spectacular setting overlooking the Grand Canal. The grand hall on the second floor is not to be missed with ornate murals with chandeliers made from Murano glass and impressive vistas of the Canal.
Our room overlooked the Grand Canal on the first floor and was spacious and light; we arrived in Venice at the end of June in hot and humid weather, and the air conditioning was welcome and fantastic. The bed was comfortable as were the seating arrangements, desk and closets. Cleanliness and attention to detail were to uniformly high standard; the bathroom was spotless. After two nights, we had to change rooms due to a complexity in our original booking (not the hotel's issue) and the staff flawlessly arranged an equally large and light second floor room overlooking a courtyard that was also spacious and quiet. The hotel exudes luxury and elegance.
As in other reviews, the location is most favorable at the Campo Santa Sofia within walking distance of the all the destinations of Venice; if you are tired from all the walking, the vaporetto stops adjacent to property on the Canal. The breakfast was served upstairs and included made to order omelets, breads, cappuccino, and fresh fruit. Wifi was rock solid.
The service was outstanding. Laura and her front desk team could not have been more friendly and welcoming. All our questions and requests were addressed quickly and graciously.
The Ca'Sagredo Hotel is a gem.