Ca' Gottardi

Address: Cannaregio, 2283, Venice, Veneto, 30121, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Cannaregio area of Venice, is near Campo del Ghetto, Jewish Ghetto and Museum (Ghetto Ebraico di Venezia), and Marco Polo's Home.
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          • Free High-Speed Internet


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          Historical Traveler Reviews Ca' Gottardi Venice

          Best Hotel in Venice!


          We stood in Ca' Gottardi on Jan 19 for 2 nights in their lovely suite. The room was spacious and beautifully decorated with Venetian Chandelier and magnificent furnitures; we can stay in our room all day long and admire the room itself.

          The hotel was located well with everything close by. Owner of the hotel were very friendly and helpful, when we are leaving (we had 2 huge luggage), he and the bellboy carried the luggage for us all the way to the dock for us. We really appreciated it! We love Venice and we love Ca' Gottardi, we will definitely come back to Venice stay in Ca' Gottardi again!

          A lovely place


          I just returned from Venice and I stayed at Ca Gottardi. The deal was really good : 180 Euros for the Suite which is really nice !!! The hotel is well located, staff is pleasant and helpful. The only thing, breakfast is nothing special and could be improved. Except this, the place is great. I'll come back for sure.

          Lovely Hotel, Very good service


          My parents stayed at this hotel on a trip I planned for their anniversary, and on their return they said what a lovely hotel Ca' Gottardi was, that the owner/manager & all the other staff were very nice & helpful. They found the hotel very handy for getting to water-bus stops to see all the sites of Venice and getting to & from the bus & train stations.

          A truly lovely hotel.


          This is beautiful hotel. It is obvious that the Costerini family considered every detail and the quality of the materials they used is astounding! The lovely red silk brocade wall covering with matching drapes and bedspread - breathtaking. The Morano glass chandeliers -wow. Sleek design in the modern bathroom and excellent hot water and water pressure. The fragrance of fresh baked pastries was a welcome morning greeting. The reception/grand parlor/breakfast room is as elegant as the rooms in the grand palazzo's. The family/staff is most helpful, freindly and low key. They helped us book concerts and water taxi. The location is great. Lots of foot traffic during the day but quiet at night. The hotels opens right onto the Strada Nuova so the door is locked at 10pm but a ring of the doorbel gains quick access. The hotels was safe and secure. The most beatiful, romantic hotelroom I've ever had the pleasure to enjoy!

          The hotel itself reflects the wonder that is Venice!


          Our first trip to Venice: We absolutely loved Ca' Gottardi and immediately felt lucky to be staying there considering we selected it from pictures and reviews. We couldn't have asked for a better hotel. From the sumptuous decoration to the warm family feel of the staff, we felt at home from the moment we arrived. The location is ideal-- close to the train station means easy to get to when you arrive. The surrounding area is full of wonderful osterias where you can enjoy local dishes and drinks ~ and move on and try the next one. Venetian bar hopping! Staff was helpful and courteous - they arranged both a walking tour and a trip to Murano for us. Our room had a fabulous picturesque view of the Rio de Noal that was quiet and romantic but still allowed you to watch people and light boat traffic. Although we have never stayed on the Grand Canal, we'd imagine the number of water buses and taxis going by there is not nearly as romantic or charming as a room in Ca' Gottardi. Breakfast is wonderful sitting in the dining room next to huge windows over the canal having a coffee and pastry. Ca' Gottardi is a very special place that will always hold a memorable spot in our hearts.

          An absolute jewel ...


          We were double booked at our original choice hotel and offered accommodation at Ca Gottardi. What a beautiful place!! The blend of modern amenities and facilities with the style and elegance of Venetian furnishings and fabrics is stunning. The staff were most helpful and considerate and helped to make our stay memorable. We're looking forward to returning again in the very near future.

          What a place!


          We stayed in this beautiful hotel with kids - the whole family loved it. The place is impeccable, the rooms are clean and spacious, all the services were great. The staff was extremely helpful and corteous. The location was extremely convenient, and close to the center. WILL BE BACK FOR SURE!!!

          A perfect blend of hospitality and surroundings -magical!


          Ca' Gottardi was a very special place for my husband and I and our two friends to experience Venice for the first time.

          The Constantini family welcomed us beautifully and were always quietly in the background but on hand for lots of useful information. They booked us a fabulous little trattoria for our first night!

          The setting is perfect- right by the Strada Nuova and alonside a small canal that leads directly into the Grand Canal (100 metres away)

          The rooms were beautiful - ornate and typically Venetian and with every modern convenience too. The views from both -spectacular and excellent value. Breakfast a treat as well! Plenty of it and served in the main hall with a balcony overlooking the canal. The water taxi from the airport dropped us right outside and on our return the taxi booked for us had to leave from the Grand canal so a hotel porter took our bags for the short walk.

          This really is a beautiful small hotel -only 10 rooms -but they have the balance just right. I shouldn't really tell anyone!!

          An intimate hotel with class and style


          My husband and I just returned from Venice; we were fortunate to find this hotel, where we stayed for six nights.

          We were so impressed by the design of the building- it was obvious that

          an architect of the highest caliber was used to adapt the ancient

          palazzo into such a fine locanda. The materials used were of the

          highest quality. Since we are both designers, we were very aware of the

          time and money it took to complete this hotel. Our room was wonderful-

          we had a view, not only of a canal,but of a bridge over which it seemed

          the entire city of Venice walked. The location is fine- there is a

          large supermarket near by. The friendliness of the owner and his staff

          was outstanding, not too obvious, but always quietly present. This trip

          was our 16th visit to Venice. we have stayed in a great many hotels; I

          would definitely recommend the Ca Gottardi to your readers- I just hope

          I can get our room for our 17th trip next year!

          Ca Gottardi-elegant little jewel in the Cannareggio


          I had originally reserved for a week in Venice at a recommended "boutique" style hotel near St Mark's Square and was happy with my choice. Being a first time visitor to Venice, I didn't want to take any potentially disappointing risks. Each time I visited a web site to do research for our trip however, I kept seeing a pop-up ad for the Ca Gottardi. Its location [a 10 minute walk to the train station] intriqued me since we were planning 2 or 3 day trips by train to visit other towns in the Veneto. I was unable to cross reference the hotel in any guide books since it had just opened in February, 2003. At the last minute I cancelled my first reservation and booked at the Ca Gottardi. A 10 room boutique hotel decorated with period furniture, antiques and some modern touches, it couldn't have been lovlier. The young staff was helpful and knowledgeabe and the location was convenient. The only negatives were the bridge repair right in front of the hotel [a temporary situation] and the freezing October weather [circumstantial and nothing to do with the hotel]. For big people. the larger rooms are recommended. I'd definitely return.

          TripAdvisor Reviews Ca' Gottardi Venice

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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