Hotel a La Commedia
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Venice
Last night we had an exceptionally nice dinner at Osteria Ae Sconte. It was located in a small square, hidden away from the crowds. Maurice and I shared a seafood appetizer, risotto with mushrooms and seafood and grilled sole. Each course was very good. After dinner we went to a concert. Le Quattro Stagioni Di Vivaldi at the Scuola Grande de San …
This morning we had a nice breakfast at the hotel. I was delighted to find eggs and prosciutto. The coffee was very good and was served with warm steamed milk. After breakfast we met our guide Donatella who took us on a walking tour over the Rialto bridge into the older part of Venice. We asked her to take us to an area that we had to been to with …
It is early in the morning in Frankfurt and we are in the Lufthansa business lounge waiting for our flight to Venice. We were able to get a few hours of sleep on our flight from Toronto but are still tired. We have about a two hour layover. We had to buy some adapters for our phones and iPad, computer as we forgot to bring some along.
... back to the main station. The entire main island of venice is PACKED with tourists. It became a lot less busy in the evening while we were taking our walking tour, which was a nice change. We were taken through less touristy areas of Venice. One of the coolest stops we made was at a unique bookshop. It's just piles and piles of books everywhere (instead of being on shelves)!
We bussed back right after the tour ...
... as intricate as the more expensive but that's to be expected. We stopped for lunch at a place along a canal and everything had fish as part of the meal. We both settled on a linguine with Salza Venicizia which we found out had a anchovie base. It was sctually quite good but I was not sure about trying a fish based sauce. It seems Italians all to often like to leave body parts in the meal like when Marge had a dinner the other night with octopus still with the suckers showing. But ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel a La Commedia Venice
The Hotel a La Commedia is very well located in Venice. The room was clean and well equipped. The breakfast buffet was good and the staff were very helpful. There is a nice view from the 4th floor terrace.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel a La Commedia Venice
We stayed at Hotel a La Commedia during the last days of November.
The hotel hadn't even opened when I booked it, and so we had no reviews on which to base our decision.
We picked the hotel based on the location and pictures and took a chance that it wasn't reviewed because it had been recently renovated. It was perfect! The interior was first class, the room was luxurious and very quite, and the location was convenient to everything. We stayed five nights. The staff was very helpful; the continental breakfast had fresh fruit, juices, cheese and Italian cold-cuts, great rolls and pastry (eggs were extra but inexpensive). We would stay at this hotel again.
A Rare Diamond
We stayed at the Hotel a la Commedia for two nights in a junior suite and it was a most enjoyable experience.
From the friendly and professional reception staff to the bartender, the maids and the waiters to the most gorgeous rooms. Beautiful design, colors and materials used in the entire hotel.
Definitely a hotel for a romantic honeymoon. So nice to have evening turn down service. Very quiet area of town. The breakfast buffet was abundant and additional things, like eggs, could be ordered.
All in all, a hidden gem - it could easily be a five star.
Me and my wife stayed on the Hotel for 3 nights. The Hotel is brand new and has a classic atmosphere. Rooms are very well decorated. It has a great location (just a few steps from the Rialto stop). The staff is young and very well prepared, they even offered us a boat ride to the island as a compliment. Very good breakfast.
Hotel appena aperto (settembre 2006). Posizione centralissima, facile da raggiungere con il vaporetto (fermata "Rialto"). Interni chic e lussuosi, staff cortese, tutti giovani professionali ed efficienti. La stanza 107 è attrezzata con bagno per disabili, molto scomodo per gli altri utenti! La 402, data in alternativa, è ottima, con vista sulla Corte del Teatro Goldoni. Colazione a buffet sufficiente, ma inadeguata al livello generale dell'hotel, con prodotti non di qualità, come i formaggini Bel Paese! Nelle stanze, qualche problema con l'impianto elettrico: non funzionano alcune prese, qualche punto luce e la fascinosa radio-CD Sony, che forse nessuno dello staff ha mai acceso! Inaccettabile che la hall d'ingresso non abbia alcuna zona per sedersi: gli unici tavolini sono riservati al bar, con costi adeguati al livello di lusso. In definitiva, un'ottima struttura, con un buon rapporto qualità-prezzo quando le camere non superano i 150€, ma con diversi aspetti da mettere a punto. Stiamo a vedere..
My boyfriend and I spent 2 nights at this hotel in November for his birthday after having spent hours pouring over the various hotels available on the internet. As this hotel had great reviews as soon as an offer came up I grabbed it and I wasn´t dissapointed.
Jewel of a hotel
Lovely new hotel in the heart of Venice. Steps from Rialto Bridge and five minute walk to St.. Marks Square. Rooms spacious and beautifully decorated. Luxurious bath. Staff was friendly and very accommodating. Good selection for breakfast and everything very fresh. Quiet location but close to exclusive shops and restaurants. Would definitely stay there again. Hotel is not on a canal but that did not bother us as canals are everywhere.
A la commedia
We stayed at a la commedia in Sept. It is a
lovely hotel, the service was excellent and the
staff most helpful. The rooms were clean and well
kept. The location was perfect and we would stay
This hotel is a true gem in the heart of Venice! It is brand new and it is one of the best small hotels in Venice. In my opinion, it should be part of the Small Leading Hotels of the World. It rates itself a four star but, it should really be a five star rating. It is in a very, very good location and in easy acces to the points of interest in Venice. The breakfast was very good and had a nice variety. The front desk is very friendly and helpful....ask for Roberto...a very nice and friendly young man. I truly reccomend this hotel.... we had a wonderful experience and would stay there again!