Overlooking a picturesque Venetian canal, just a stroll from St. Mark's Square, Ca' dei Conti is in the heart of Venice, on a striking corner which is typical of the city. In the immediate vicinity are the magnificent Santa Maria Formosa Church, the prestigious Querini Stampalia museum and library, San Zaccaria Church and the famous Bridge of Sighs. Its proximity to Riva degli Schiavoni, with its many vaporetto stops, allows you to easily reach all the most beautiful islands of the Venetian lagoon, such as Murano, Burano and Torcello.
posizione tranquilla, ottimo rapporto qualità/prezzo, personale gentile, colazione varia e curata.Comment of M. Maria Antonietta , Italy the 2015-10-24
"Post carnevale stay"
We booked through Thomson and on arrival were taken a rather meandering way to a room which was intended for one person. As we are both tall my husband went back and paid 50€ extra per night for a bigger room. We didn't mind but the hotel should not have booked us into a single ( singola clearly stated behind the door) room. We could afford the extra but it would have been a hot sweaty room for two people. It was also rather tired in the furnishings with doors which banged into other doors to open and chipped paint work. We paid for a suite ,the Canaletto and were happy with that although the heating would not drop below 25 . The chap at reception said open the windows and of course even with the curtains across the odd mosquito made it's way in. The suite was very spacious and amply furnished. It was on the same floor as the breakfast room but we didn't hear any noise. No robes or slippers or face cloths but good towels. The breakfasts were fine if unusual in having an automatic omelette maker and ditto pancake maker. Croissants and bread and fruit fresh and ample. The breakfast staff very pleasant and efficient. If you book with Thomsons be warned but we didn't let it spoil things for us.
"Styled in the traditional manner, quiet, marble bathrooms, short walk to the plazas"
Buffet breakfast was good. Bacon, eggs, sausages, pastries, cereal, fruits, yogurts, etc. Cost ONLY 3 Euro (as it was part of the package). Compare to 60 Euro to get the same breakfast outside at a cafe! Rooms were quaint, styled in the traditional manner, luxurious, exposed beams in the ceiling (from 100's go years ago...not a fake addition to make it look nice for tourists). Walls were not parallel as the walls followed the edge of the canal, hence one side of the room was a foot wider than the other. No problem at all, just part of Venice & its history. Rooms (we had 2 rooms at 2 people in each) overlooked the canal on one side & a quiet plaza with a church on the other. Staff helpful, with quaint genuine accents. If I recall correctly, it was only about $1,000 Aussie dollars for the 2 rooms for 3 nights. The travel agent who did the flights etc organised this. Excellent value!
Tucked away from the madness, yet walking distance to The Plazas, shops, and great restaurants. Great hospitality, a real 4 star with a satisfying buffet breakfast and a great staff. Thank you Stephen for your help! Loved room 101. Although it doesn't have a view, it had a high ceilings, robes, bath. and two great windows with venetian style furnishings.
"Very unique hotel, amazing bedrooms, friendly staff."
We stayed here on a business trip as we wanted to be close to all the places to visit whilst here on our short stay in Venice. First impressions of the hotel was how nice it was and just as you would imagine a hotel to be in Venice with a bridge across to get to reception etc. The receptionist was great with us and told us a lot of info. The room ... wow... so unique. Very comfy size rooms which were great for the 3 days we were there. Only let down was the breakfast... both mornings it was cold. First day we went down at 8:15am, we thought we were late so probably didn't put anything new or fresh down. Next morning - we were down at around 7ish.. just the same. Cold scrambled egg and bacon. Shame really as I saw a lot of people raving about the breakfast on here. The cold stuff like fruit salad, croissants, were ok but a warm breakfast which we paid extra for would have been better. Overall though - bedrooms were always clean, 5 min stroll to St Marks Square and the restaurants - ideal place really if you don't mind going elsewhere for breakfast.
"A room with a view"
I got a room with a view over the brigde which was nice. The hotel its self is very ancient and nice. But it wasn't anything for me. I like more modern and clean hotels. The breakfast was not good at all (besides the coffee you ordered). I will not come back to this hotel but understand if people like this style.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard
Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM