No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
- Multilingual staff
TravelPod Member ReviewsCa' Doge Venice
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Ca' Doge Venice
Travel Blogs from Venice
Southern Austria to Northern Italy! Last night celebrating the Octoberfest with the locals Marky and I drank beer and ate sausage. Half way through cleaning his plate, Marko realized the locals were peeling the skin off their white sausages !!! Oh well.! We danced with the locals until we couldn't stand up! We woke up to a beautiful morning in …
... piazza that leads to the walk in entrance to the hotel lobby, and to my left is the bridge San Moise and the San Moise gondola station. Within a few minutes there are about 6 gondolas in sight, some just gliding silently by, some with music playing (accordion style), some with singing, some with music and singing! The room itself is gorgeous; there's only one thing missing...no tea/coffee making facilities!! Oh well looks like we'll have to fork out ...
... tickets (even though we already paid for them). For about 30 minutes I sat there hoping that we wouldn't get checked. But, of course, here came the ticket lady. So, we handed her our receipt we had printed out before coming that showed that we had bought tickets and she began to explain to us that it did not count as a ticket and that normally we would have to pay a penalty. However, she was very understanding and let us go without paying a thing! We were very lucky! ...
... urine on their hair so it could get lighter. That was a "fun fact" you can say.
Saint Mark's square was incredible. Although I could do without all those pigeons and all those merchant's trying to sell you selfie sticks. I never knew about the soldiers on the bell towers that ring the bells every hour. That was pretty cool.
... the two and a half hour train ride it became dark and we couldn't see very much of the Italinan country side, which wasn't a huge bummer as I imagine it would have been way less intriguing as the Swiss Alps. The train was nearly empty when we pulled into Venice Santa Lucia station, apparently everyone gets off at the mainland station of Venice Marte. It was time to find our way on the narrow streets of Venice to our hotel, in the dark. Immediately outside the train station is ...