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Historical Traveler Reviews Ca'Sagredo Hotel Venice
I spent hours on the internet looking for somewhere to stay for our honeymoon that would be a memorable haven. This was it!
The photographs don't do justice to this 13th Century palace which has been restored with no expense spared. The communal areas such as the lobby and the staircase are unbelievably beautiful and the rooms (we stayed in a junior suite) are large and very well appointed. It's right next to the Ca D'Oro vaparetto stop but you'd never know it as the rooms are so well sound insulated you couldn't hear a thing!
The staff were excellent, attentive and helpful at all times. The food is also excellent - the hotel restaurant is no more expensive than any other good restaurants in Venice and the food is astonishingly good.
This is a great hotel and it really helped to make our honeymoon memorable, admittedly we managed to get a great deal on the internet which made it about half the price it should have been and I don't know whether I would have been quite so impressed if I'd had to pay full price, but it's still a great hotel. Great decor, lovely staff and very conveniently placed.
I would highly recommend this hotel to anybody, particularly those looking for something special that they wouldn't normally stay in!
Ein besonderer Juwel eines Hotels
Dieses Hotel ist mindestens ein 5-Sterne-Hotel. Ich bin es gewohnt, in erstklassigen Hotels zu übernachten, und dieses Hotel erfüllt alle Kriterien eines 5-Sterne-Hotels. Da das Hotel einst ein Palazzo war, fühlt man sich durch die Atmosphäre, das Dekor und die Ausstattung, als würde man in einem wirklichen Palast wohnen. Das Personal war außergewöhnlich freundlich und sehr hilfsbereit. Die Fluggesellschaft hatte mein Gepäck verloren und das Hotelpersonal war so entgegenkommend und war mir mit allen Kräften behilflich...das Zimmer war wie in einem Palast und wirklich gut gepflegt...die Lage ist exzellent und insgesamt war unser Aufenthalt dort fabelhaft...ich kann dieses Hotel wärmstens empfehlen...
Outstanding jewel of a hotel
this hotel is truly a 5 star plus hotel.I am accustomed to staying in top notch hotels and this hotel meets every criterea of a five star hotel. Since this hotel was once a palace ,the ambience, decor and furnishings make you feel like you are living in a true palace.The staff was exceptionally gracious and very helpful.The airlines had lost my luggage and the hotel staff was so accomodating and did their utmost to help me...the room we had was very palatial and so well maintained......the location is excellent and overall our stay was fabulous...I highly recommend this hotel...
You couldn't ask for a better hotel
The Ca'Sagredo is everything a 5-star hotel should be -- friendly and attentive staff, great service, and a gorgeous space. The common spaces are breathtaking - you feel like you're in a museum just sitting in the breakfast room, with its painted ceiling. It is so nice, in fact, that half of our pictures of Venice turned out to be from the interior of the hotel. If you want an extra-special experience, ask for room 103. We were lucky enough to stay there. It is a very large room with a separate dressing area and an entire wall of windows opening up to the Grand Canal. Even the bathroom was beautiful, with a very nice tub/shower and even a flat-screen TV (in addition to the one in the main room). The restaurant was also great - you can sit out on the grand canal for a moonlight dinner. I give this hotel five stars for romance in this very romantic city.
Sie könnten sich kein besseres Hotel wünschen
Das Ca'Sagredo hat alles, was man von einem 5-Sterne-Hotel erwartet - freundliches und aufmerksames Personal, großartiger Service und ein herrliches Gebäude. Die gemeinsamen Räumlichkeiten sind atemberaubend - man fühlt sich wie in einem Museum, wenn man nur im Frühstücksraum mit den bemalten Decken sitzt. Es ist dort so schön, dass es sich erwies, dass die Hälfte unserer Bilder, die wir in Venedig gemacht haben, das Innere des Hotels zeigen. Wenn Sie eine ganz besondere Erfahrung machen möchten, bitten Sie um das Zimmer Nr. 103. Wir hatten ein solches Glück, dass wir dort wohnten. Es ist ein riesiges Zimmer, mit separatem Ankleidezimmer und einer gesamten Fensterfront, die auf den Großen Kanal hinaus geht. Sogar das Badezimmer war schön, mit einer sehr tollen Badewanne/Dusche und sogar einem Flachbildschirm (zusätzlich zu dem im Hauptraum). Auch das Restaurant war großartig - man kann sich zu einem Abendessen im Mondschein an den Großen Kanal setzen. Ich gebe diesem Hotel 5 Sterne für Romantik in dieser sehr romantischen Stadt.
Posizione fantastica, sul Canal Grande, di fronte al mercato del pesce e della verdura. L'hotel è molto pulito e bello; è un edificio storico molto imponente. Le camere non sono molto grandi e sono difficili da trovare all'interno della struttura labirintica dei piani. Consiglio soprattutto la camera che nel passato veniva usata come libreria dal Conte Sagredo. Stare in quella camera si rivelerà un'esperienza molto interessante, è come dormire in un museo :)))
Excellent location, on the Grande Canale, facing fish and vegetables market. Very clean and nice hotel. Historical building, very impressive. Rooms not very large and difficult to find in the labyrinthic structure of the floors. I especially recommend the room once used as the library of the Comte Sagredo. Staying in that room would be an interesting experience, like sleeping in a museum :)))
Ausgezeichnete Lage am Großen Kanal, mit Blick auf den Fisch- und Gemüsemarkt. Sehr sauberes und schönes Hotel in einem historischen Gebäude, das sehr beeindruckend ist. Die Zimmer sind nicht sonderlich groß und auch nicht leicht zu finden in der labyrinthartigen Architektur der Stockwerke. Ich kann Ihnen ganz besonders das Zimmer empfehlen, das früher einmal die Bibliothek des Comte Sagredo war. In diesem Zimmer zu schlafen ist ein sehr interessantes Gefühl, fast so als ob man in einem Museum schliefe. :)))
Wonderful stay -- well appointed rooms, excellent service
Our family had an unbelievable stay at the Ca Sagredo in late May/early June. The hotel had just opened three weeks before. It is a restored palazzo with amazing frescoes in the public areas, elegant breakfast rooms, well-appointed bedrooms and bathrooms, excellent service and absolutely fantastic dinners. It is very near the Rialto bridge and two doors down from Ca D'oro. The vaporetto #1 stops at Ca D'oro.
I highly recommend this hotel, particularly for couples. Our children are 19 and 22 and it was a little quiet for them. (Although after dorm life, they appreciated the pampering.) We had dinner there twice and the food was excellent. The first night we ate on the dock watching the boats go by. The second time it was raining, so we ate inside. The chef went out of his way to accommodate the dietary restrictions for someone in our family.
Our rooms were right on the Grand Canal and were incredibly quiet even though there was a lot of water traffic. The bedrooms have shutters, thick windows and three sets of curtains. The bathrooms were beautifully tiled with large showers.
The hotel had some very good introductory rates so if you are thinking of going to Venice this summer, you should consider Ca Sagredo.
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