From the title of this review, it is clear that we like this hotel. We have visited 3 times, always in February and find it to our liking.
The location suits us but some may find it a bit out of the tourist swim of things. But it is a short walk from the bus station in Piazzale Roma so it is easy to get settled on arrival. Though, like any new address in Venice perhaps a bit hard to find the first time.
The rooms are all different so you would be well advised to see a few, subject to their being available, before committing. Some are small, some in oppressive colours and so on. I am sorry that we had to reject the first 2 offered, one because there was no hanging space or drawers!---obviously not satisfactory for a stay of more than one night (I cannot imagine whose idea that was!)
Once settled it was very comfortable but more expensive than intended because we had to upgrade for a satisfactory room
It is delightful to have a private garden on the grand canal. The entrance through the garden always makes us feel good --like coming home to your own palazzo!
The breakfast is served in a pleasant room but is limited in variety, not uncommon in Italy, though it would not suit you if you need a Full English to face the day.
No complaints about the staff who all did their jobs as you would expect.
But why do hotels not show you the best room first and insist on putting you through the room choosing routine when all you want to do is unpack?
One more thing on which I must compliment this hotel, though they are probably unaware that they even do it. I am tired of the ubiquitous sign in the bathroom inviting you to actively demand clean towels every day. At Venice hotel prices of course I want clean towels everyday---even if it raises the temperature of the planet by 5 or 6 degrees. No such sign here.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Historical Venetian House located on the Grand Canal.22 junior suites differently furnished, where a combination of high-antique fornitures, original materials and far-east styles are mixed with taste.Two marvellous Italian gardens surrounds Ca’ Nigra Palace that overlook directly to the Grand Canal. Roses gardens lends itself to great charm parties and any kind of receivings. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Ca` Nigra Lagoon Hotel Venice
- Ca Nigra Lagoon Resort