Welcome to Liassidi Palace Hotel, your Venice “home away from home.” Liassidi Palace Hotel aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Nearby landmarks such as San Giorgio Maggiore (0.4 mi) and Ponte di Rialto (0.5 mi) make Liassidi Palace a great place to stay when visiting Venice.
Rooms at Liassidi Palace provide a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a minibar, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
In addition, while staying at Liassidi Palace guests have access to a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and room service. You can also enjoy free breakfast.
While in Venice, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Liassidi Palace, including Ristorante Tintoretto (0.9 mi), Trattoria Al Gazzettino (0.3 mi), and Dal Moro's Fresh Pasta to Go (0.2 mi).
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Doge's Palace (0.3 mi), Basilica di San Marco (0.2 mi), or Campanile di San Marco (0.3 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
Liassidi Palace Hotel puts the best of Venice at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
I Booked a room with canal view and was upgraded on a marvelous corner suite of 55 SQM on second floor. Superb view on the bridge of the greeks and canal, private sauna and room with 5 windows, enormous living room before the entrance. Large bathroom with jacuzzi and celling with 4 meters. 5 minutes walk from San Zaccaria vaporetto stop, take the small calle de la Pietà, between the church and hotel Metropole. Good breakfast on the courtyard. You can go to a Murano visit with free with taxi, start every morning. 5 minutes walk to San Marco place and 10 to Rialto bridge. Wifi work even on the restaurant on the other side of the bridge. A great expérience,
I stayed with my partner for a couple of days at the beginning of July 20. The price is slightly below other 4 star hotels with similar ratings and that s the reason why we ended up there. But don't be fooled by the price. The hotel is nowhere near the level you'd expect from a 4 star hotel with an excellent ranking. The corridors are old and ugly, the parquet is extremely cheap, it does not have a proper lobby. Our room, despite being not the cheapest one, was small, with an old and worn carpet (when was the last time it was properly cleaned), full of sign of tears. The bathroom would have been ok, unfortunately the shower was incredibly uncomfortable. Definitely a no go. I know venice fairly well and there are either some B&B which are cheaper and much nicer and some 5* hotels which, for a moderate price increase, will provide you with much better accomodation. The only pros of this place is the reception staff, very nice and helpful…
Booked the Liassidi Palace direct and very good service all round. Very quaint hotel typically Venetian with nice entrance courtyard from street. Room was small but adequate with all standard equipment and ensuite. Breakfasthad good buffet and room in lovely position right on the canal. Hotel is in great location only minutes from St Mark's Square but on a quiet side street.
Good hotel very clean and as per photos, small room but situated in a great area! Breakfast selection not great and could of been delivered with a smile. Basic Room facilities but more than adequate for our everyday needs. Hotel recommended with happy memories!
My husband and I stayed here for 3 nights, to celebrate my birthday. It was our first visit to Venice, in fact our first visit to Italy. We loved this hotel, we received a friendly welcome upon arrival and from all the staff that we encountered. Sam who made us an aperol spritz every night was fab, always had a smile and enjoyed chatting to us, he also recommended 2 excellent restaurants for us to try. Our room had everything we needed and was spotlessly clean, it was a little noisy in the morning as we overlooked the canal and obviously the venetians have work to do, we stayed in room 104, you could hear them early in the morning making their way down the canal, but it really wasn't too much of a problem, we loved our room and watching life go by from our window. Breakfast was great, just what you need to start the day, we sat in the window, with an arch that looked out onto the canal,while we ate, it was beautiful. This hotel is lovely, we loved the cosy courtyard, the convenience of the location and all the staff, definately would love to return and would 100% stay here again. Just one thing to note, the hotel offers a complimentary trip to Murano to the glass workshop, which was interesting, however please be aware that the hotel will take you there free, but do not return to collect you, which was not written on the information and was something that we were unaware of,along with another couple from our hotel, until it was time to return and we realised we had to make our own way back, so please bear that in mind, the hotel will take you but will not pick you back up. We loved Venice, it is an amazing city, so beautiful and we loved this hotel, definitely worth a visit.…