Hotel Antico Doge
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Well, Venice was a challenge, but the comforting thing - nearly every other person …
... cable car to get some great photos and in the afternoon Steve and I went kayaking around one of the islands said to be cursed. Then came a night in Zadar on our way through Croatia- the highlights were the sea organ which plays tunes as the sea naturally laps against the man made embankment, and an awesome meal on the sea side. In all, loved Croatia and loved learning a bit about the Yugoslavian wars. Now in Venice, and have spent the day in the city. Did ...
... of darker and smaller alleys than we had already walked through, bringing us to the door of an apartment in an alley that had no name, just off a small canal in the same sestiere of Dorsoduro. We would find out later that Jakobo himself, although a native of Venice, had probably gotten a little lost when leading us to this apartment – because we found that the most direct way from that apartment to his apartment was quite short and easy. Jakobo showed us the ...
... only €15 per night each! The hostels inside Venice were way out of our budget and we thought we would like the change. The campsite is your standard running children - dodgy washing machine - attempt at a restaurant/bar sort of place. But it will do us fine and it has a good connection into the centre. We settled down with a pizza and a pack of cards to enjoy the warm evening and the sound of the ...
... unoccupied room (as ours didn't have any) we went to find the bus ticket place which wasn't open and according to a local may not open again. We met an American couple and decided to take the train instead, it was very easy to find, and we realized that the instructions we had taken the first time was the most complicated way possible. Once at the station we paid €2.40 for our two tickets to the city, validated them and went to platform 10 as was ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Antico Doge Venice
I hesitate to write this review since there is not much more to add to what has already been said about this nice hotel. I thought that the staff was excellent, especially the young lady who was there in August 2004. Although one reviewer mentioned that the after 7:00 PM staff was limited in English communication, we never found this to be so.
I spent 4 nights here in September. The location is perfect: close enough to the Ca D'oro vaparetto stop that you can easily tote your luggage. Our suite was tiny but on two levels with beds upstairs so it didn't feel cramped. It was beautifully decorated, clean and well-appointed. Breakfast was fine and the staff helpful. Would recommend.
Beautiful Hotel in Excellent Location!
This hotel is absolutely beautiful. Very Venetian! The location is excellent - between the Rialto Bridge and Ca'd'Oro, so you can conveniently use either vaporetto stop. It is close to Piazzo San Marco. Every time we got lost, we had only to follow signs to the Rialto Bridge and we easily found our way. The breakfast was very good and the staff very pleasant. I would definitely recommend this lovely hotel and will stay here again!
We went through so many hotels on this site, looking for a great bargain, but also something that captuted the spirit of Venice. We found it at the Antico Doge! We also stayed at the Royal Morgana Court and Royal Gambrinus in Rome. Check those reviews as well for more information regarding our stays at each.
It's Like Staying In A Museum
Stayed in Room 102 (Falier room) in late July, and it was AMAZING. The room (a triple) was huge, luxuriously appointed and had a delightful view of the canal from the balcony. The hotel itself isn't particularly impressive, but the staff was friendly and it was a straight shot to the Piazza San Marco (well, as much of a straight shot as anything is in Venice ;-) While pricy, I would recommend the hotel...sleeping in that room was like sleeping in a museum.
Loved the Decor
We stayed at this hotel for two nights in August 2004 and it was everything we had hoped. The website for the hotel shows beautifully furnished venetian style rooms and the one we were assigned was just that. Wonderful brocades and silks, beautiful furniture, and venetian chandelier and wall scones. The room was large and had a nice marble bath. Breakfast is served in a wonderfully decorated and furnished room with venetian chandelier and painted frescos on the ceiling. Staff was very helpful and the location was excellent. We would definitely stay here again.
The only downside--no elevator (which we were aware of when booking) but no one to take luggage upstairs upon arrival or departure.
We flew to Venice in June this year and loved this little hotel from the first moment we walked in the door. The hotel is in a wonderful location right in the heart of Venice about 10-15 minutes walk to main tourist attractions - Rialto Bridge and St Mark's Square. We had a canal side suite with a bird's eye view of the gondolas. Away from very hectic areas but with plenty of good restaurants and cafes right on the doorstep. Highly recommended for location, cleanliness, atmosphere and friendly, helpful staff. One of the highspots of our trip was the water taxi ride from the airport right to the canal side door of the hotel -expensive but it's the only way to travel! The hotel reception very kindly booked it for us in advance so the water taxi was waiting for us at the airport.
Room for 4, nice location
Great location, off the Ca Doro stop on the
#1 vaporetto, The Piazza Apostoli is not a bad
little area. Just far away from the madness around
the Rialto , close enough for an easy walk, and
a 15 minute walk to the Piazza San Marco.
We had a room for 4, which helps in costly Venice.
No lobby/internet, but nice breakfast room. As with
many hotels, no elevator, be prepared to haul
Temperature controls worked fine. Front desk very friendly and helpful.
Charming hotel, great for the price
This hotel has a great location in Venice near the Rialto Bridge. We thought it was a great deal for the money. The staff was very nice to us and gave us a great recommendation for dinner. They were very helpful. The room was beautiful and the bathroom was a nice marble bath. I would definitely stay here again.
Have just returned from this lovely small hotel after a wonderful three night stay in Venice. Our junior double suite was really only a large double ensuite room, but beautifully furnished and decorated in sumptuous brocades and velvets, giving it a very romantic feel. The bathroom had a jacuzzi and was exceptionally clean and bright. The hotel has no restaurant, but there are plenty of places nearby to choose from and the hotel is happy to make reservations for you if you wish. Breakfast is included in the price and served in a lovely room decorated with huge oil paintings of Venetian scenes. The reception staff are absolutely charming and we got the impression that nothing would be too much trouble. There is a stair lift which would be very useful for the disabled, and the only fault that we found was that the (beautiful) rugs in the public areas were pretty lethal when combined with the highly polished wooden floors! (Bedrooms are carpeted, so safer).