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“Catch the views of the Grand Canal”
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Ca' Sagredo Hotel
Ranked #41 of 385 Hotels in Venice
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed February 21, 2013

We recently stayed here for Carnival and we were immediately welcomed by a front desk associate from our water taxi. Everyone was warm and caring and willing to help. We had a very spacious room that had overlooked the canal and was definitely a place we would stay at if we were to go to venice again. The hotel is very beautiful if you stay there make sure u wander around and take in the great architecture!

  • Stayed: February 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed February 9, 2013

If you ever thought to yourself, boy I'd like to stay in a palace, then this is the place for you. The foyer isn't much, but the friendly reception staff soon take you up the beautifully crafted staircases and you start to see how amazing this place is. Due to a booking error on the hotel's part, we got upgraded to the Presidential Suite for a slightly higher price.

At first, we thought it was a bit underwhelming, but then we started to realise how tastefully decorated everything was, almost like a classical minimalism. The windows facing the grand canal was awesome and you could step out on to a small balcony and breathe in the fresh air and look down the canal!! Have to say, we felt pretty special because we didn't see many other hotels being able to offer that.

Every public room in this hotel was like a museum in itself. We especially loved the breakfast room, and the breakfast itself, with hand made pastries, was fantastic.

It's in a great location as well, away from the majority of tourists. Getting to the train station from the water bus right under the hotel was also extremely handy.

Highly recommended.

Room Tip: We didn't manage to get it but try for the Library Suite, looks like the best room!
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  • Stayed: February 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed February 8, 2013

Wonderful 2 night stay in a superior room overlooking the small square during the carnival From the windows we could see the roof-tops and an angular view of the Grand Canal and the Gondola stop for crossing the canal.

The location is excellent being 10 minutes walk from Rialto bridge 15 minutes from Saint Marco, 15 minutes from the railway station, and the same from the Fte Nova ferry stop from the airport. The Ca d"or stop for the vaporetta is just round the corner There is the shopping street right next to the hotel. Tip: if you take the ferry from the airport ( ie you don't want to pay 150 euros for a water taxi. ) then find out which ferry goes first from either the orange line or blue line. The orange line stops at Rialto and the blue at Fte Novo. The blue line is quicker as Fte Novo is the second stop..

The reviews talking about the superb architecture and the friendly staff are entirely accurate. The buffet breakfast has good selection if fruit, cereals, cakes and something cooked, and is ample. We were really made to feel special from the moment we arrived.

Small points if being really picky. More as suggestion to management for perfecting.
Prices in the bar are own the high side and probably explains why the bar was empty. 8 euros for a glass if 'good but normal' red wine is a bit over the top.
The hotel is guilty like so many I encounter around the world of implementation of their Green Policy. Like many hotels there is nice sign about saving the planet, or Venice or the like, and about them only going to change towels if you leave them in the bath or on the floor and if you don't then leave them on the towel rail. Why is it then, that even if I leave them on the towel rail, they get changed? In fact on the second day they got changed twice! Once in the morning, and once in the evening after we had our shower before going to dinner. Lovely touch, but not needed, and hypocritical to the nice 'Save Venice' thought. As I said... Picky, but I see this in many hotels and most do the same, and it starts to irritate me.
Message... Don't change my towels until I want them changed, and with the money you will save reduce the price of a glass of wine :-))

Stayed: February 2013
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Reviewed February 4, 2013

This is an odd review to write, since my first impressions of the Ca'Sagredo were not at all positive! My boyfriend and I arrived after having walked with our bags all through the town, so were tired and hot - only to be told there was a 'problem with our booking' and we weren't able to stay in the hotel that night. Since we were only in Venice for two nights, this was incredibly annoying! But to be fair to the hotel, they were extremely apologetic and offered us free drinks and a free meal the following evening - as well as an upgrade to a suite on the first floor. They also got us a water taxi to another nearby hotel, where we stayed on the Friday night.

The following day we came back to the Ca'Sagredo and our room was beautiful, as was the delicious three course meal we had for free that evening.

The following morning we woke to a very strong smell of sewage - as the bottom floor of the hotel had entirely flooded! Apparently this happens a few times every winter, but it was particularly bad the weekend we were there - it was the sixth highest water since records began! The hotel were fantastic though - they supplied us with giant shoe covers and we had great fun wading through the water and taking loads of photos! They'd set up breakfast in the ballroom and it was such a fun experience. I would highly recommend this hotel - the location is brilliant, the staff were really helpful and the food is fantastic.

  • Stayed: November 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed January 31, 2013

I stayed her for 3 nights in November 2012 and I loved this hotel. The location is great, the staff is top-notch and the restaurant (especially for lunch) is highly recommended. Especially since you can sit outside with a great view of the canal. Breakfast was great too. I loved the room as well as it was very comfortable. The only slight fault I found was that you have to pay to listen to a CD in your room. I thought for a hotel of this quality this extra cost was not appropriate. But, overall I love this hotel and would definitely stay there again.

  • Stayed: November 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed January 31, 2013

The (slightly) faded splendour of this splendid Venetian palazzo exemplified many of the qualities of the unique experience that is Venice.

Situated about  midway along the Grand Canal it is a striking 4 or 5 storey palazzo next to the national monument Ca' D'Oro. It has it's own mooring point for gondolas & water taxis and is right next to a main vaporetto 'stop' ...

Inside the palatial marble floored reception with its columns and lofty high ceilings - well done out with the usual compliment of Murano glass chandeliers as one would expect - is reflective if the palazzo's former glory days. Up the enormous wide marble staircase to the first floor library with stunning murals and painted ceilings (and yet more glass) is truly an experience in Venetian opulence.

Like most of Venice tho it's a little bit faded & crumbly round the edges - particularly the slightly kitsch radiator covers & some of the furniture in the more practical areas (for instance in the breakfast room) That being said the bedroom was pristine with fantastic fabrics, huge bed, wifi, _more_ Murano glass chandeliers & a sumptuous marble & gold bathroom. Towels & linen were changed daily if required & we had access to a small balcony with a very limited view of the Grand Canal (tho I did hop over the railings to get a much better view over the parapet! ) Nice first thing for a breath of fresh air! Staff were extremely courteous & spoke good English (and presumably even better Italian!) and on the whole for the money we paid the hotel was excellent & situated close enough to the main San Marco sestiere (10 mins walk / 15 mins vaporetto ) and quite close to Rialto bridge (under 5 mins walk or one stop on the vaporetto).

The only downsides were that there were very few complimentary additionals - everything in the minibar was quite over-priced and this included water which I would have expected for free in a room. This maybe a Venetian/Italian thing. I expect the booze to be pricey but some water / soft drinks or tea/coffee should be included. The breakfast was OK but hardly spectacular (good coffee though) and again anything fancy was a supplement. We also got a stunning water taxi ride from the airport which was fantastic but I suspect quite pricey and had a hefty surcharge as organised through the hotel (it came out about 200€ when you can get an Alilaguna water bus for around 30€ for 2 people!) It was fab tho and very James Bond! To be honest and we did know what we were getting into - they were quite keen to book a water taxi for the return journey but once pressed they did give me the alternate cheaper services… The only thing we were disappointed in was the hotel bar which we did return to for the first 2 evenings. It's a bit small and more like your mother-in-laws posh sitting room, and the cocktails / drinks were pricey and not that great.

Anyway minor niggles aside this was a fantastic package for the money (£600 approx for two people, 3 night stay and flights inclusive) Highly recommended for a romantic long weekend.

  • Stayed: January 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed January 29, 2013

Located about 5 minutes walk north of the Rialto bridge, on a side street off one of Venice's main shopping streets, next door to a vaporetto stop, and far enough away from the tourist hell-hole that is any street next to Piazza San Marco, you can't fault this place for location.

Saved a few euros and went for a room without a view; spacious, quiet, very clean and comfortable with a large bathroom. Buffet breakfast served in palatial surroundings; their website gives you a hint of what to expect.

Friendly and helpful staff who were happy to arrange restaurant reservations and a complimentary guided tour of a glass factory on Murano (including a free water taxi).

Loved it... I'd definitely stay again.

Any complaints? Not of this hotel in particular but there's a cheeky room tax that's added to every hotel bill in Venice which isn't included in the price of the room - expect a 7 euros a day addition to your bill.

  • Stayed: January 2013, traveled as a couple
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Address: Campo Santa Sofia 4198/99 | Ca' D'Oro, 30121 Venice, Italy
Location: Italy > Veneto > Province of Venice > City of Venice > Venice > Cannaregio
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Business Center with Internet Access Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Restaurant Room Service Shuttle Bus service Suites Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
#27 Romantic Hotel in Venice
#29 Luxury Hotel in Venice
Price Range: $204 - $632 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:5 star — Ca' Sagredo Hotel 5*
Number of rooms: 42
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Ca' Sagredo Hotel is Venice new luxury boutique hotel on the Grand Canal. A 15th jewel in a magical city, where the building's history intertwines with that of the Famiglia Sagredo one of the most important in The Republic, whose destiny was bounded to the Doges and the city itself. The hotel offers 42 guestrooms, most with magnificent panoramic view over the Gran Canal, a trendy restaurant with outdoor terrace over the water and banqueting/meeting facilities. ... more   less 
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