Simply impeccable. From the elegance of the rooms, to the impeccable service of the staff, the Ça Sagredo is simply first class in every way. Ideally located in the heart of Venice with waterfront Grand Canal views, this is one of the very best hotels anywhere in the world. Amazing.
It’s not easy to pick the hotel in Venice. First you need to know the budget and then the location. I choose this hotel due to ny membership to specific hotel membership. The hotel was Sagredo’s family house. Old and ruin but they tried to keep it alive. Rooms were old and small. The location was not too close to San Marco, however it is located in The Grand Canal and Stada Nouva. View to The Grand Canal is stunning. The great things of this hotel is close to many decent restorant, and worth to try a close by resto, Historia Al Vecio Bragosso with its pasta and seafood and “all you can eat” Japanese and Chinese food of Kiziya. You will suprisw with the quality of food, service and price compare to others.
I think this will be a bit of a marmite hotel for many people i.e. love it or hate it. If you won the jackpot on the Euromillions, and you would spend some of the winnings on an old manor house, full of character but with all the problems a building of that age has, then you will probably like this hotel. If you would build an ultra-modern "grand designs" house then you probably won't. The hotel is palatial, with impossibly high ceilings, and a grand staircase, hand-painted friezes on ceilings and simply oozes with charm and character. The flip side of this is that since the building was never designed as a hotel (and certainly not one with modern facilities that travellers expect), there are compromises. The rooms, though opulently appointed, are tired. Very chintzy style with lots of tassels and even the air-conditioning unit is draped in... well, drapes. The only thing missing was a knitted toilet roll cover. So your grandma will love it. Seriously though, the rooms are still lovely, very spacious, the beds comfortable and it is clean. The courtyard view evokes pictures of a cobbled area with maybe a fountain and some olive trees in terracotta planters, but it is, in essence, a dumping ground, the nets (yes they have those too) obscure the “view”, thankfully. There are more expensive rooms with canal views. Breakfast is fine, nothing special but the usual range of continental and English/US fayre. The waiters wear tuxedos, fitting with the hotel’s gentrified ambience, and are very friendly. Location great, easy walk to St Mark's Square, a water-bus stop a few metres away and immediately outside, a gondolier stop (yes it's expensive but you will love it). Restaurant: Stunning views over the canal, great service, but it is expensive and the food is fairly good rather than excellent. The hotel has a five-star rating that seasoned travellers will find hard to understand. In all honesty, the building needs millions of Euros of investment, which I doubt it will get as it doesn't have enough rooms to warrant a return and it is listed. But see through this and it is an absolutely charming place, with great staff, and it would certainly be on my shortlist if/when I return to Venice (if they'll have me back after this review).…
Ca Sagredo….Ti Amo! This is our second visit and will not be our last! If you are considering booking a stay at Ca Sagredo you will not be disappointed. We arrived by water taxi (first time and highly recommended) and were greeted by friendly staff. We were thrilled to discover our rooms had been upgraded for our stay to canal view. This really was the icing on the cake. To wake up each morning to views of the Grand Canal was a real highlight. Breakfast was great and staff were really accommodating. Special thanks to Andreas for being fabulous! We loved the location of the hotel as all of the main attractions were within walking distance. We spent most of our evenings having drinks at bars overlooking Rialto Bridge. This is my seventh visit to Venice and I would happily stay at Ca Sagredo year after year. Thank you for a really special stay…
Just returned from a fabulous 4 night stay at this wonderful hotel on the Grand Canal. The main stairway and ballrooms are amazing, a very grand palazzo. The staff are extremely friendly and nothing is too much trouble for them. The breakfast is good and served in the most lovely room. I shall most certainly return when in Venice next.
What a beautiful hotel in a spectacular location! It is a grand experience. We had a rooftop room with a terrace adjacent to an overlook of the Grand Canal. The restaurants were both excellent with 5-star service. Also, it was easy to get places by vaporetto or walking. We look forward to our return!
We have stayed here twice and when we return to Venice again, we will definitely stay here again! All the staff are so pleasant and the decor and ambiance is fantastic. The hotel is very near Rialto Bridge and is on the Grand Canal. The roof terrace views are spectacular. Breakfast is divine and next door to there is an amazing ballroom which you must see!
Very difficult to find fault with this hotel. From the moment we arrived with our water transport from the airport and the bags were immediately taken care of the service was immaculate. Room was excellent, beds were good and the bathroom was very good as well. Breakfast was excellent. The public rooms have to be seen to be believed. A true Palazzo. You will not be disappointed.
Hotel is perfect .Great location helpful staff and an extensive breakfast.the public rooms have to be seen .the bedrooms lovely don't stay anywhere else in Venice.and eat out at the concierge recommended local restaurants the food is exceptional .
Phenomenal Venetian palace utilised as a hotel with a choice of rooms. We stayed in a junior Segrado suite, the room itself was decorated in traditional Venetian attire, and was well presented, comfortable bed and good cleanliness. Undoubtedly the highlight of the room though was the rooftop terrace accessed through stairs within the room, and provided views of the Grand Canal, and Venice by roof, absolutely wonderful. Only improvement for the room could be tea and coffee facilities, however you could always get hot water and cups from the restaurant/bar staff The hotel itself exudes Venetian character and wonderfully stately but yet unpretentious ambience. There are many communal rooms with fantastic decorative pieces aligning the ceilings and walls. The breakfast was good, and the waiters were all very helpful. The staff were of an exceptionally high calibre, very welcoming, no request too much, a special mention to Michael the night porter/front desk gentlemen who helped provide concierge services to us, recommended and booked some of our dinners for us as well as made recommendations on where to go during the day, a real shining star of the Ca’Sagredo team. Positioned on the grand Canal and almost centrally in Venice it is well situated for exploring the landmarks, side streets and reaching the public transport for exploring over islands. Overall a 5* rated experience, we would definitely stay again.…