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Historical Traveler Reviews Ca' Angeli Venice
The lovely hotel
The room, the breakfast, the atmosphere, the location and the owner...everything at the hotel is perfect!! We especially enjoyed the wonderful view of the Grand Canal from our room and the living room. The owner was always helpful and we had a nice lunch at the restaurant he recommended us. Everythig was exactly nice as shown on the web site. We are so happy to stay at Ca' Angeli and will definitely stay again at our next visit to Venice.
Heaven on earth -- with a view of the Grand Canal
There cannot be a better place to stay in all of Venice! The location is perfect, the house and its furnishings are gorgeous. Our room was very spacious, beautifully decorated, and thoroughly comfortable. The bathroom had every modern convenience and was beautiful to look at too. Above all, there was the view from the two large windows of our room looking right out onto the Grand Canal, where we sat and watched the gondolas, the taxis, even the firemen go by. It never failed to entertain us. Saving the best for last, are Giorgio and Matteo, the two brothers who have created and run this place; they are charming, helpful and adorable. Giorgio even got up before dawn to put out a spectacular breakfast for us on the last day when we had an early flight to catch. We have recommended Ca'Angeli to all of our friends and can guarantee that you will have a memorable experience, as we did, when you stay at Ca'Angeli. We can't wait to return!
Great Location, great hosts, great room!
We were fortunate to visit Venice for a splendid week this October 2004. The weather and of course Venice were perfect, but to top it all off, we stayed at Ca' Angeli. Our hosts, Matteo and Giorgio were pleasant and helpful in every way. Our quadruple room was spacious and tastefully decorated. A plentiful breakfast was served from 8-10 am in a very comfortable room adjacent to the exquisite living room overlooking the Grand Canal. The antique furniture, the wonderful old books available to the guests, the whole ambience was perfect. Matteo and Giorgio have done an amazing job of restoring this 9 room B&B. We do not only reccomend it, we guarantee it as a real treat. Bravo Giorgio and Matteo!
Antonio & Mariarosa Toronto, Canada
A wonderful place in a wonderful city
The best place to enjoy Venice. Very well located and perfect accomodation and service. Itīs a place to go back (more than once).
Excellant Accomodations, Superior Service
This is a hidden jewel, recently (May, 2004) renonvated and opened. Get the room facing the Grand Canal. It's quiet and spectacular view of the canal is worth the price.
The bed was very comfortable and the private bathroom facilities are the finest you will find available in an air conditioned environment.
A hidden treasure in Venice
We stayed at this beautifully restored 15th century home which is now a small b and b overlooking the Grand Canal in Venice. It is centrally located near the Rialto Bridge, yet in a quiet residential part of the city. It is near several good restaurants. Breakfast was wonderful and nicely served. The proprietors were attentive and made us feel like real guests in their home. We stayed in a large unit suitable for a family. We would without hesitation recommend Ca'angeli to our friends and anyone else visiting Venice.
We were an English party of six. Two had been to Venice before, the rest of us were first time visitors, and we all without exception gave full marks to Ca'Angeli. It was welcoming, well positioned, most comfortable, immaculate and charming. What else can one say? -- It's a lovely place run by kindly, hospitable people!
John and Madeline
Handley and Helen
Daphne and Lawrence
Who says you can't have it all
Imagine a place that is ancient, but offers all modern amenities; a cushion in a balcony window that looks at the Grand Canal, and your bed in a room oriented towards the quiet garden; a romantic hotel that has excellent bathrooms; a place to stay in Venice that is right in the middle between the bus terminal/train station and the Rialto Bridge, and you will know what Ca' Angeli (a House of Angels) has to offer. Not cheap, but what hotels in Venice are cheap?
We stayed here some days in the summer 04.Very nice indeed.We stayed in a quadrople room .Good space for a family,the bathroom was shining.Most importet the place was very cosy and homelike and the location excellent.
Ca'Angeli is wonderful!
We visited Mid-June, 2004
This is a hidden gem! Our hosts were very pleasant and accommodating. The room is exactly as shown on the website. Very comfortable and immaculate. Totally rehabbed accommodations. There was a safe, TV, air conditioning and refrigerator in our room! YES!!!!
The breakfasts were delightful. There was juice, coffee, tea, bottled water, cereals, cheeses, meats, jams and delicious croissants & rolls.
We were pleasantly surprised by the location...but it is somewhat difficult to find at midnight! Email Georgio for directions from the Vaporetto stop.
Our room faced an interior canal; the common area sitting room (adjacent to the breakfast room) faces the Grand Canal. We appreciated the location of our room...no noise, but delighted to awaken to a Gondolier's serenade (at a reasonable hour).
There is a lift to accommodate luggage.
Georgio was enthusiastic to share his knowledge and provided insights to additional sites off the beaten paths and a very, very good restaurant with reasonable prices. I hope to return to Venice and stay there again.
Pleasant, clean, secure B&B.
Rita and Dennis
TripAdvisor Reviews Ca' Angeli Venice
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After sleeping in , we attended the Mariners Society Champagne Brunch, walked the promenade several times and attended our last wine tasting. The Cellar Master here is very knowledgeable and approachable. Tasted 5 quality wines he selected, and they were accompanied by a tasting sample of smoked salmon, foi gras, grilled mushroom and chocolate cake so we could see how they went with foods. ...
... tastiest I'd ever had. We walked the streets between the Rialto Bridge and St. Mark's Square. Most of the shops were closing down and there were far fewer tourists. It was so much more relaxing and we were able to leisurely window shop instead of fighting our way through the crowds as we did during the day. Just off St. Mark's Square we stepped up to one of the smaller canals for a traditional Venice experience: A gondola ride. The prices ...
... that even as you step out of the train station, you're tempted to whip out your camera before even looking into how to get to your hostel!
It wasn't too hard to buy a vaporetti ticket (water bus), for those 29 and under, get the Rolling Venice card and you'll get a big discount on the 72 hour transport pass (18 euro vs 33). Unfortunately I got off at the wrong stop though and had to double back. Venetian streets are fairly narrow, unless it's a ...