Locanda la Corte enjoys a charming location in Calle Bressana, in the "sestiere" or quarter of Castello, an exceptionally quiet area easily reached on foot from St. Mark's Square, the Rialto Bridge and the most important sites of Venetian art, including the Church of Saints Peter and Paul, the largest Gothic church in the city, the church of Santa Maria Formosa with its Baroque bell tower, and the Church of Santa Maria dei Miracoli.
"Love this place"
Very nice. Cute little court yard to have breakfast, which is nice and included. You can also have dinner there in the restaurant. The square just past the hotel is very pretty with restaurant and gelato options. Easy to find from St. Mark's also.
"Good value for the price"
Considering that this hotel was about half the cost of other hotels nearby, we were happy. The accommodation is relatively basic, but had everything we needed. We slept well. The breakfast was very hit-and-miss, with just one very hardworking waitress doing everything. We were unable to find any plates on the buffet so we used a combination of glass bowls, baskets, and napkins. It was a bit like camping, but for the price were were very happy.
My wife and I spent 2 days. The attention was great and we loved the room. Shower is a bit small. If I go to Venice again I will probably use the same hotel. The restaurant next door os the best in all Venice
"Good Hotel, Very Helpful Staff"
Nice hotel in a quiet location, if such a thing exists in Venice. Tucked away a short walk from a nice square at the back of the city's hospital and church. It's about a 15 mins walk from the bustling street surrounding St Marks Square, providing you aren't distracted by the many bars and shops en-route. Typical period Venetian building with small inner courtyard and rooms overlooking the courtyard or one of Venice's many canals. One negative of the hotel is the "attached" restaurant, which isn't actually under the same ownership/management of the hotel. This only came to light when we had cause for complaint after shambolic service on a busy night with a large group. To be fair, this shouldn't detract from the great service we had from the hotel.
"Nice old building and garden"
We got good information a head of time how to reach the hotel, so we found it quite easely. The reception and the receptionist did not seem very exciting at first, but as we got into our huge beautiful room we did not care. We spend the all day in the Biennale, so it was lovely to come and rest in the lovely room before birthday dinner. We loved the room with its antique look that fitts perfectly to the very old building. Late at night we enjoyed sitting in the garden and drinking spritz to the sounds of music. Breakfast was served in the beautiful little garden and was simple but good and satisfying. The staff and workers were very kind.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - American Express - Diners Club
Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 11:00 AM