Ca' Amadi is well situated, merely 5 minutes walk away from the Rialto Bridge. It is preferred to arrive in daylight as it is not easy to find initially. Do follow the instructions and map provided and check with the shop personnel along the way if in doubt. There are some steps along the way but manageable with 2 luggage.
Staff are well mannered and helpful, giving advice on the main attractions and restaurants to try out. Breakfast was buffet style with the usual pastries and bread. The scrambled eggs and bacon served on request are delicious :)
We stayed in the Junior Suite and it was beautifully decorated. We truly enjoyed our stay in the spacious suite, with the lovely bathroom and basic amenities provided. Do be careful of the step in the bathroom though!
Being relatively light sleepers, we find the air con slightly noisy though. As mentioned by other reviewers, the gondolas passing by the canal right outside can be slightly noisy but what kept us awake was the loud voices tourists or locals (drunkards??) late at night. These happened for the 2 nights that we stayed.
Overall, we found it to be slightly expensive but given the quaint Venetian style; we will consider staying here if we ever return to Venice, this time in the room overlooking the courtyard.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Ca' Amadi is a small boutique hotel sited in the heart of Venice, a few steps from Rialto bridge and few minutes away from Saint Mark's square. Ca' Amadi is housed in the noble floor of a palace dated back 13th century, which was the house of Marco Polo. In the 15th century the Amadi palace hosted the Emperor Frederick III. The 6 rooms, all different from each other, are elegantly furnished in the typical venetian style and are equipped with all comforts (independend air conditioning/heating, minibar, LCD TV, safe, free wi-fi).Ca’ Amadi è una piccola locanda situata nel cuore di Venezia, a pochi passi dal Ponte di Rialto e a pochi minuti a piedi da Piazza San Marco.Casa di Marco Polo a cavallo tra il XIII e il XIV secolo, palazzo Amadi fu nel XV secolo residenza del mercante Francesco Amadi, nominato Conte dall’imperatore Federico III per averlo ospitato presso la sua dimora.Storia, cultura o semplicemente una pausa dalla frenesia quotidiana: a Ca’ Amadi ciascun viaggiatore può trovare ciò che cerca.I servizi della Locanda Ca' Amadi includono connessione internet wireless gratuita, aria condizionata in tutta la struttura e molto altro. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Locanda Ca` Amadi Hotel Venice