Ca' Del Nobile

Rio Terra delle Colonne, Venice, Veneto, 30124, Italy | B&B
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Location

This B&B, located in the San Marco area of Venice, is near Correr Civic Museum (Museo Civico Correr), Venice Events, Artistic Murano Glass Gallery, and Rosa Salva.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Ca' Del Nobile Venice

    CARINISSIMO - OTTIMA ACCOGLIENZA - BUON RAPPORTO QUALITA'/PREZZO

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    La Maison "CÓ del Nobile" Ŕ veramente tanto accogliente e carina. Arredata in modo fine e delicato, sia per quanto riguarda le stanze e i bagni, sia per il salottino / zona colazioni. Non Ŕ un vero e proprio hotel... Si tratta di un'elegantissima casa con sole 6 stanze da letto e una grande sala che funge da reception, salottino e sala colazioni. Il proprietario fornisce oltre alle chiavi della stanza, quelle dell'ingresso, in modo da avere la massima libertÓ di movimento anche negli orari in cui non si trova lý personalmente. Tuttavia, in caso di necessitÓ Ŕ rintracciabile lui o altre persone nelle vicinanze. Il prezzo Ŕ giusto (anzi forse mediamente basso rispetto ai costi di Venezia!!!)!!! Ci ha consigliato anche un bel posticino dove mangiare a prezzi ragionevolissimi..... TORNANDO A VENEZIA...NON AVREI DUBBI SULLA SCELTA!!! Daniela

    A Venetian Gem!

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    Location, location, location! Right between San Marco and the Rialto Bridge the location enough is reason to stay. The price is fantastic and the quality superb. Wonderful and romantic! Why stay anywhere else?

    Fantastic little hotel in the heart of Venice!!

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    We had the most enjoyable stay at Ca' del Nobile and both Nicola and Gloria couldn't have been more helpful. The owner went out of his way and really made our experience in Venice exceptional. They did everything to make us feel like we were at home. The morning after we arrived (at 1 am) we awoke to find breakfast waiting for us although technically breakfast had been over an hour before! The rooms are very large for a hotel in Europe and decorated beautifully. It is located perfectly, right between San Marco and Rialto. It was extremely well priced and I will definitely be back... and I will tell all of my friends to stay here!!

    An excellent hotel

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    I could go on for ages, but will be brief.....

    The hotel is small and beautifull with around six rooms. Gloria and Nichole couldn't have been more helpfull. Venice can be a rip off, but here you get high standard at an affordable price. We will stay there again.

    A little Gem

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    We have just arrived home from a wonderful stay at Ca' del Nobile. We stayed for only one night, but Nicola and Gloria were just wonderful. We arrived early so placed our bags at the hotel whilst we went for a walk. Nothing was too much trouble. There were five of us and we had booked two rooms, Nicola had them ready for us, well before check in time. The hotel is perfectly situated, so easy to find, and the Italian restraunt next door had lovely meals. Thank you so much for a wonderful stay.

    Hard to find but the staff and the feeling of the place make it a gem

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    After trying to find this hotel and getting lost for what seemed like hours......this place is a real find, the staff are divine, very helpful,friendly and huge rooms for Italy... Once found you realise you are in a fantastic location and aside from the small shower( standard in Italy) close to everthing yet it is quiet and you feel like your staying at your best friends families house..it is small with about 6 rooms? The staff are what made our stay, very helpful and tell you about their Venice...we discovered place's we would not have found without them....we extended and extended...Booking next year again...M,M &A

    Birthday in Venice

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    What can I say about this small hotel,it is really wonderful and Nicola is a real star nothing is too much trouble.This is such a find, my wife and I travel the world and stay in many hotels and this is everything you can hope for.Clean, superb location and good service,great value for money we will most definately be back.Brian and Kerry.

    Excellent Hotel

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    Many thanks to Ca del Nobile for making our stay perfect. The Hotel is small but the rooms are spacious, comfortable and beautifully decorated. We have stayed in many City centre hotels but this one really conjours up the spirit and culture of Venice. We would have no hesitation in recommending this hotel. Thanks to you and your team Nicola.

    Loved this Hotel

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    What a jewel of a hotel. Last time I was in Venice we stayed at one of the bigger hotels. Big mistake. This little boutique hotel is the way to go. Great rooms, ours was actually spacious by European standards. We thought we would have a hard time finding it, but with their directions we walked right through the front door. The staff was the best, they helped us with a medical problem by providing written translation for the hospital. Nice breakfast, wonderful location between the Rialto Bridge and St. Marks. When I go back next year this is where I will, once again, stay.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Ca' Del Nobile Venice

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    Venezia !! The Jewel of Italy

    A travel blog entry by jimtrap on Aug 22, 2014

    4 comments, 14 photos

    ... area we have not visited.

    Started the morning with an early walk to San Marco and joined the rest of the dawn photographers. Beautiful hour of the day and especially as a large cruise ship sailed past S.Marco Square. Then walked in the other direction past our hotel toward the East and there is an unexpected bonus of a park and green space that is not often seen elsewhere in this area.

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    Northern Italy

    A travel blog entry by bryce_terri on Jun 13, 2014

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    ... the church which you’re only allowed into for 15 minutes and no photos allowed – quite special. We enjoyed wandering the beautiful city, eating pizza and gelato and soaking up the sun on a €2 canal crossing on a gondola – just so we could at least experience it without breaking the bank. We were welcomed back to the Van-essa with a high of 44.2 degrees recorded on the temperature ...

    Anchovies, Pesto, Focaccia...

    A travel blog entry by meganandpatrick on May 25, 2014

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    ... A few delays, and sprints through train stations, but we made all of our connections and got to enjoy a nice high speed train from Florence to Venice. Why the state of California, or the rest of the country for that matter, is having such a hard time with bringing these to fruition is beyond me. Arriving in Venice and walking out of the train station to face the Grand Canal was an experience everyone should have; it is surreal and magical and almost does not seem real. After a bit of ...

    Florence to Venice via Verona

    A travel blog entry by funinitaly on Apr 19, 2014

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    ... double grrr!!), but it was a sight we will remember for a long time. Jane got a couple of shots and her battery died too. Guess we've been doing too much snapping :-)

    At some stage during the night, Jane misplaced the keys to her suitcase lock (we lock it up with the laptop inside it), so we had to wait for the concierge to send someone to break it open. It was well after 11 when we got to bed. All part of the adventure!

    Ciao for now!


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    Blind Venetian.

    A travel blog entry by roxyhart on Dec 15, 2013

    4 photos

    ... attended a lace demonstration in which all pieces were hand-crafted, which though beautiful and intricate, is pretty much a dead art. Sorry, but give it up, guys. Man invented machine for a reason (and even then, tablecloths are low on the list). Then a glass demonstration that was exponentially cooler, watched a guy make a horse via glass-blowing, in barely all of a minute, and then despite our oohs and ahhs and genuine fascination, as soon as we left the room ...