Locanda Ca Zose

Dorsoduro 193/b, Venice, Veneto, 30123, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Dorsoduro area of Venice, is near Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Our Lady of the Salvation, and Palazzo Barbaro.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Locanda Ca Zose Venice

    Without hesitation


    We spent 4 nights in this smart, clean and well-located hotel and we will be back there for our next trip in VENICE.

    Situated in the best "sistiere" (according to me) of Venice, you can reach easely all the other parts of the town loading the vaporetto at " la salute" (2mn by feet);it is also close to Accademia and P.Guggenheim museum.

    And don't forget they are good places for eating "ai cugnai", "taverna san trovaso", "aigondolieri" and all the restaurants in Zattere (docks on the of Dorsoduro)

    A good hotel for the money


    My husband and I stayed at Locanda Ca Zose for a long weekend. We arrived very late at night - on the Ryan Air flight from Treviso - and we had a very hard time finding the hotel. If you stay here - make sure you take a good map, and know where you are going - especially if you will arrive at night. The hotel was very cute and clean. The two women who run the hotel were wonderful - very nice and helpful.

    The room was cute and very clean - the bathroom was very new and clean. The only thing we did not like about the bathroom was that the shower was not "fixed" - it only had the shower head that you can hold. We ended up soaking the entire bathroom every time we showered. We also had a problem with noise in our room - we were in an outside room - and even with the windows and shutters closed, the noise from the street was loud. We could also hear noise from within the hotel. To be fair, we never complained - so, they may have moved us, and it may have been better. I would recommend asking for an inside room if you choose this hotel.

    The hotel is located in a very nice part of town - far from the maddening crowds. I wouldn't recommend staying anywhere near St. Marks Square unless you love crowds. The last thing I would add is that the breakfast was nothing special - we were hoping for a more traditional Italian breakfast - of cheeses and breads, and it was pretty standard continental fare. But overall, this was a good hotel for the money, I think.

    My name is Valentina Campanati. I'm really sorry if your stay in Ca' Zose wasn't completely satisfactory, for this reason we will prize your impressions highly to try to improve our service.

    This is our brakfast:

    5 kinds of croissant ( all fresch )

    3 kinds of bread white/dark ( 2 is fresch )

    4 kinds of big cake ( lemon/chocolate/almond )

    6 kinds of small cake ( jam/chocolate ecc )

    8 kinds of yogurts - 2 kinds of juice - 2 kinds of cbiologic cereals - 2 kinds of coffe espresso or american - 4 kinds of the - 1 kind of butter and cream coffe - 1 kind of cheese and fresch milk - 6 kinds of fruits jam and creme chocolate - 1 kind of fruit in syrup - and some kinds of sugar, honey, ecc. and in the end.... of all.... we made a very original italian capuccino with fresch milk !!!!

    Whoever reads this note will hopefully remember my being Italian. I'm trying to express delicate feelings in a language which is not mine.

    We wait you with a pleasure again at Ca' Zose!!!

    Valentina e Graziella

    Great,centrally located hotel


    We stayed here in April 2005 having read the Tripadviser recommendations. The hotel was extremely clean, our room was quiet and spacious, the bed was comfortable and the hotel is a five minute boat ride from St Marks Square. I shall be recommending it highly to anyone visiting Venice in the future.

    Excellent value for Money!!!


    Good things DO come in small packages and Locanda Ca Zose is proof. The hotel, run by two sisters, is a venetian haven. We booked an economy room and were very surprised by the acommodations. The room could sleep three and the bathroom was large and spotlessly clean. In fact the entire hotel sparkles and shines! We had plenty of fresh towels and the owners fuss over their guest like mother hens to chicks. Breakfast is included in the room rate and is a lovely spread! Ask Valentina to make you her excellent cappuchinno!!! The hotel is very convient to everything. You really won"t be disappointed with your stay here

    Highly Reccommended!!!

    All the Comforts of Home


    We had a very pleasant stay at Locanda Ca Zose. The staff was exceptionally friendly and accommodating. They offered all the extra conveniences we needed for our 4-month old baby and made our stay as comfortable as being at home.

    The location is ideal, in a nice area of Venice and very quiet. It was easy to find and a great starting/ending point for our wanderings through Venice.

    We are looking forward to returning to Venice and to staying at Ca Zose again. We recommend this hotel to anyone interested in a great stay in Venice!

    A special thanks to Valentina for everything!

    Great little Hotel


    Locanda Ca Zose was a great place for our family. We are a family of four, two adults, two children, 10 and 12. We stayed at Ca Zose in August, 2004. Ca Zose gave us a room with one queen bed and set up two small beds for our children. Our room was tight but not a problem at all. It is not easy to find a quad room in Europe for a reasonable price, but Ca Zose definitely provided that. The breakfast was pretty good and the coffee was great. The hotel is very small but very charming and clean and the location is great. They have air conditioning and the room was very comfortable. Far enough from the crowds, but close enough to go anywhere you want. There was something magical about throwing open the window shutters in the morning and looking out at one of the beautiful little bridges that go over the smaller canals. The ladies that own the hotel are very nice, and very helpful. We would stay here again in a second. I would have rated it excellent, except we had just stayed at Hotel Alimandi in Rome before this and as good as Locanda Ca Zose is Alimandi was over and above our expectations and is a tough act to follow, so if your off to Rome don't forget to check out Hotel Alimandi.

    Peaceful Retreat in a Central Location


    Centrally Located from 2 Minutes from Salute Vaporetto Station (1 Stop to San Marco) and 10 Minutes from Accademia. Very Close to The Peggy Guggenheim Collection. The staff a very friendly and breakfast is served until 10:30am. Rooms are comfortable, good quality and clean. The main plus for this hotel is that it is central, but very very peaceful, great for getting away from the crowds.

    Contact them directly for cash prices.

    Great little hideaway from the crowds!


    If you are looking to get away from the hordes staying by San Marco Piazza then consider Locanda Ca Zose. It's a charming small hotel run by a pair of sisters in the Dorsoduro quarter and a stone's throw from the Basilica de Santa Maria Novella.

    Our room was lovely in the tradition of flocked wallpaper and Murano glass light fixtures which are so popular in most of the Venetian hotels. Our view was over one of the minor canals and we could hear the bells from the basilica. The bathroom was thoroughly modern and pristinely clean. The sisters and their night porters were all very friendly and very helpful - we felt quite welcome and comfortable.

    There are a few shops and a couple of good restaurants close to the hotel. Santa Maria is one of the main water taxi stops which makes arriving and leaving very simple (and if you've ever carted luggage over bridge and down passageway in Venice, you'll appreciate this).

    All in all a great find!

    TripAdvisor Reviews Locanda Ca Zose Venice

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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