Overlooking the Historical Market, between Ca’ D’Oro and Rialto Bridge, Ca’ Sagredo Hotel is only a few minutes away from St Mark’s Square, the main museums and the best fashion boutiques. It is located in the bustling district and trendy area of Venice, full of local shops and restaurants.
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"Very good, but..."
We stayed at this hotel for 5 nights in March for our friend's wedding, which was absolutely magical. I have mixed feelings about this hotel though. This is not the kind of hotel that I would usually book preferring more modern/boutique/design hotels, but we thought that as we were in Venice a more traditional style would be the best option and the incredible history of this place is quite something. The huge staircase and painted ceilings are worthy of an art gallery/museum. The location for us was absolutely perfect, it's close to a vaporetto stop which will will take you up and down the Grand Canal and very close to Rialto Bridge which was almost unbearably packed every time we needed to cross it but very handy in terms of navigating your way around the city. The best part of the location was being a short stroll from Cannaregio, a great neighbourhood with some excellent restaurants, beautiful smaller canals and a world away from the bustle of San Marco. Now the not quite so good. I feel like with Ca' Sagredo you're paying for history, for some people that's enough and like I say it is impressive. But I felt our suite was dated and chintzy, it was right at the top of the hotel and had a staircase in the middle of it which meant that it was an awkward shape, had a really low ceiling and no hanging space. Not ideal when you've got wedding outfits to store. Likewise the bathroom was very dated and the amenities in the room were really basic. My husband wanted to iron his shirt before the wedding and due to fire risk guests are not allowed to use an iron themselves, that's fine it's a super old building, but they tried to charge 10euros for one shirt! The breakfast was ok, again not quite of the standard/selection you'd expect of a 5 star hotel. However the woman, whose name I forget, who looked after breakfast was absolutely lovely. I've deliberated over how many stars to give this hotel and I've gone with 4 because we did have great time in Venice and a good stay but basically you're paying (a lot) for staying in a piece of history but i just can't see how this hotel is a 5 star. It's like staying in a National Trust house with minimal facilities/comforts. We were there over Easter so we expected a price hike, but it was seriously expensive and our room didn't live up to expectations. I probably would recommend this hotel for location and history and Venice is incredible, like nowhere else. I definitely wouldn't pay for a suite.
We stayed in the library room and it was just beautiful. Felt so opulent and special. We also ate in the hotel on Valentine's Day evening and had such a romantic meal in the large hall just outside our room with only a handful of other couples. We don't see any of the other rooms but based on our stay in the library room I would absolutely recommend this hotel. Breakfast was good in a lovely room and Location is good too, near the Realto area, and easy to jump on the water bus right outside the hotel to get to other areas to in Venice.
"Great hotel, great location"
We have stayed at the Ca'Sagredo several times before and we always love it. The location is great - right next to the Ca d'Oro vaporetto stop which is on Line 1 and takes you virtually to everywhere you might want to go. Most of the important sights are within walking distance as the hotel is quite close to the Rialto Bridge. We stayed in a Deluxe room overlooking the square outside the hotel. Out of the two windows you could just about see the Grand Canal if you craned your neck a bit! The room was quite large with a nice sitting area and a very big and very comfortable bed. Nice marble bathroom as well. We found the staff very friendly and helpful, especially the people at the Reception desk. We asked for a recommendation for a nice bar and a good restaurant and both of the suggestions were super. In fact the restaurant was so good we went twice in a four-day stay. We also ate in the hotel restaurant which was excellent, but rather expensive. Breakfast was very good too - lots of lovely fruit, cold meats, cheese and a huge selection of bread, rolls, croissants, cakes, etc. Very friendly service too.
This is a beautiful hotel in a great location. It's near gondola rides, a vaporetto stop and shops. The room size and bathroom were quite large and clean. Breakfast was very good. The service was good.
"Step back in history, great location"
What a lovely trip to Venice in a charming and historic hotel. Where do I start' Formerly the home of a noble family the hotel has retained it's original features. A spectacular staircase leads up from the main reception hall with frescoes on the walls and ceilings to a huge 'salon' which runs the length of the building to overlook the Grand Canal, then into the breakfast rooms and tucked behind them is the music room - go and check these out, they are beautiful. On arrival by water taxi we were given a very friendly and helpful greeting by the hall porter who helped us in, member of reception escorted us to our room. Lovely room which faced internally but had a little patio which was nice, big bathroom and one of the most comfortable beds I have ever slept in. All the staff were helpful, from the lovely Bruna who warmly greeted us in the breakfast room every morning, to the staff on reception including helping me interpret the water bus maps and even printed me a timetable so that we could take the water bus back to the airport (10 minute walk from hotel to Fondamente Nove bus stop, then blue line direct back to airport, around 15Euros per person, cheaper than water taxi). This hotel is an oasis of calm, well located where you can get to Rialto and St Marks Square within a few minutes walk, but come back to some tranquility. Really didn't want to leave.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard
Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM