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Hotel Bonvecchiati
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Reviewed June 29, 2013

Reviewers are correct in their assertion that this hotel is in a great location - I thought the same thing - but the reality of how bad this hotel is trumps the good location.

First, the room is tiny. We took the Superior Triple and we can hardly get our suitcases into the room. Yes, I've been to Europe a few times before! I lived in Europe from 1994 - 2000 and visited more than once a year for the last twenty years. I am no novice at understanding the status quo here. Secondly, the room is old. It features stained carpeting, a TV that turns on sometimes, a broken shower head, a blow dryer from 1960-something, and dirty walls. The good parts are that the bed is comfortable and the sheets and towels are clean and you are given slippers to navigate the nasty flooring.

So, what about downstairs? Goodness, the service makes the room look good. I asked for a reservation at a local "foodie" restaurant and was told, "Oh, you'll never get in there." Really? Isn't that a reflection on your inability as Concierge to "make it happen?" Well, he couldn't so I asked for a recommendation of a similar style and quality level but I was sent to a little place that was similar to the room - substandard.

And breakfast? Won't be eating our "included" breakfast here again. Coffee was gray, breads were stale, table clothes weren't changed between customers - should I keep going?

Oh, one more thing...that bar! We asked if we could sit and have coffee and wine at about 6PM before going to a concert. There was not a soul in the room and he explained that we would need to wait 10 minutes until we could be seated. HUH? So you can move the throngs of people out or what?

Venice itself is a dirty city and this hotel fits right in....sad soooo sad.

  • Stayed: June 2013, traveled with family
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Thank annette f
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Reviewed June 24, 2013

We booked one night through our cruise on Holland America. This was a very expensive hotel room for what you get, but what you are really paying for is the location right in the heart of Venice, literally steps from St. Marks square. We had dinner at their restaurant La Terraza which is an outdoor covered area right on the canal. The food was excellent although the head waiter hard-sold us on too many dishes. Would I stay there again? Not sure, but the location was very, very good. Secret tip: make yourself get up really early in the morning, like 6:00 am, and walk around St. Marks square and the grand canal. You will get great pictures with nobody around. By mid-morning, it will start to get packed with people.

  • Stayed: June 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed June 18, 2013

A great location, friendly and helpful staff and well appointed facilities. In fact everything that any traveller is looking for. A very reasonably priced hotel within a couple of hundred yards of St Mark's Square.

Room Tip: Ask for a corner room with views in two directions
  • Stayed: May 2013, traveled as a couple
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Thank BigDave1958
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Reviewed June 12, 2013

Stayed at this perfectly located hotel for three nights with my daughter and mother. It is a 5 minute walk to either the Rialto Bridge or San Marco depending on the direction you go in. First , the room was actually big enough for 3 beds...that was a pleasant surprise. The rooms were comfortable, very clean and you felt like you were in Venice rather than a generic hotel. The hallways are a bit dated and in need of updating but the artwork throughout the hotel is worth a walk around to see. The breakfast had lots of options . Most importantly, the staff and service were exceptional. Housekeeping kept the room very clean and they were very nice. The bathroom was large, well appointed and spotless. The front desk staff were very nice and went out of their way to be helpful. We went to Rome, Venice and Paris for this trip and this hotel was the best by far. I hope to return soon.

  • Stayed: May 2013, traveled with family
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Thank deanit
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Reviewed June 9, 2013

This quaint hotel, selected by Monograms for the Venice portion of our tour, has expanded out to take several buildings over several blocks.

We had room 209, which was actually two blocks west of the hotel entrance - enclosed bridges made the transition between buildings almost seamless.

The room had gorgeous Venetian glass light fixtures, including the "reading" lights beside the bed. The rest of the decor blended well.

The air conditioning was a modern ceiling mount Sanyo unit. Not needed for most of our stay, due to the cool weather and rain.

There were two shuttered windows looking out on a the bustle of Venice's back streets. This one bit us. On our second night, we were out over the evening (getting some food at Bar Cassanova) and the maid did an evening turndown. We didn't notice that the shutters had been closed. The next morning we couldn't understand why it was so dark so late. DUH!

The marble bath was beautiful, but the plumbing was sub par - the shower was weak and took a very long time to get hot - probably had to bring hot water the two blocks from the lobby, VBG.

Another $12 per day per device for WiFi. Cannot comment on the service, as we used cafes and bars with free WiFi.

  • Stayed: May 2013, traveled as a couple
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Thank Bruce P
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