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TravelPod Member ReviewsAll'Angelo Hotel Venice
Could do better - but that's venice !
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Historical Traveler Reviews All'Angelo Hotel Venice
We stayed in May 2003. Please be advised that if you do not get one of their remodeled rooms, you are in fo a horrible experience. The new rooms are ok, just plain ok. The staff is not friendly at all. The noise is quite intense, however the new rooms have a/c and sound proof windows. The location is terrible. For the same monies, there are better alternatives/choices
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I booked a party of 13 art school students for 3 nights in February 2003. We were offered a very reasonable rate through an agency but were slightly concerned because it seemed so cheap. We had no reason to be worried - the rooms were a good size and well furnished. All had large tiled bathrooms and most of us had views onto the canal. The inclusive hot buffet breakfast had a good choice of hot food and also a cold buffet. But what puts this hotel into the excellent category was the level of service from the reception staff. Without exception they were friendly, polite and helpful beyond belief. They made several phone calls for us since none of us spoke Italian, and enabled us to make visits that otherwise would have been impossible, including printing out directions. I have never encountered such brilliant staff in a hotel.
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Venice is great but it's the only place in the planet where your early morning wake up call is a boat collecting the rubbish - and I must say they are the noisiest (spell correction initially said moistest ) rubbish collectors in the world ! The glass bottles were the worst dropped from a feat height ! After the early morning wake up call we went …
Tramping the well worn 'calles' of Venice was well worth the effort today adaptive the increasing heat. Michael had a nose of the cake shops, window shopping only at this stage. We took ourselves on a self guided walking tour to parts of San Marco that were new to us and familiar places from last year. The Rialto bridge has a view that always amazes me. We found the marker of the centre of Venice, more statues of the St. Marks lion of Venice, an amazing external ...
... a while, well I say 'we' I got Niomi to stand in the shade because it was midday and she melts in the sun.
Niomi had to wrap herself up in the cathedral which she wasn't too happy about because she was so hot, luckily I bought her a fan before we came out to Italy because I know she struggles with the hear. The cathedral was impressive inside and out. We were glad we had the chance of looking around and appreciate the architecture.
We then headed ...
... specialises in vegetable dishes and has a substantial vegetarian menu. Sam had a fantastic fresh pesto, I had zuchini and pumkin Lasagne and Gem had an avocardo and tofu thing. Then we had a platter of vegetable dishes - no room for sweets. (a caraf of the house red to share - they weregiven wine glasses so I though a half glasss each was in order!). The it was a pleasent walk back to the hotel. Vienna ...
... Constantinopal (and Islam). The Palace had the private quarters of the Doge, his staff and advisors, the inner council which administered Venice, and the council chambers. To be a Doge you had to be wealthy and pay a huge sum to then be able to be elected to this life long position. Their role was like today's monarchs in that they were figureheads only the position, then it was the individual's ability to garner support from ...