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Historical Traveler Reviews Ca' del Campo Hotel Venice
My wife and I stayed here for our honeymoon in May of 2004. We were welcomed with a bottle of champagne and a friendly staff. The location was perfect and near many "hot spots" of Venice. The room was a little small and there was no bath tub. Breakfast was great and we would stay here again in a heartbeat!
Perfect for a Party of Four
The suite on the top floor is perfect if you are travelling with a group of four.
The location is ideal (close to San Marco), but get a map before you attempt to return because the narrow walkways all look the same after a while:)
The price was the best. I felt very safe & comfortable here. Enjoy Venezia!
Lovely small hotel in a great location, literally 5 minutes from the Piazza San Marco. Staff were very friendly, rooms clean and there is a lovely breakfast room with excellent choice.
Loved the hotel, very clean, staff very accommodating and the location could not have been better. The breakfast was very good but the coffee was EXCELLENT, I would highly recommend this hotel to anyone visiting Venice.
A special find!
Stayed during carnevale Feb. 2004. Great location, fantastic breakfast and super management. Rooms large and very clean. We got closed out of a major hotel on the Grand Canal that we usually stay, and what a blessing! We will definitely come back again here and have already referred many people to it.
Great Place to Stay!
Great small hotel on a quiet street very close to San Marco square. We stayed in a large room for 3 people. The hotel was renovated several years ago...so facilities were very clean, comfortable, and modern. The people were great -- helpful and friendly! The breakfast and service provided was excellent...way more than we expected. Would highly recommend. Also got great last minute rates.
Not for the singles
After following the advice of other reviewers I stayed in this hotel. The only single room in the hotel has the "benefits" that 2 walls adjoin the stair well and the lift well and the window overlooks a noisy (and smelly) restaurant courtyard, After complaining, principally about the noise, I was moved to a much better room - so the doubles do match up with the other reviews! The staff were helpful but you should be aware of the height of the lift lobby above the street level - not really suitable for people with physical difficulties.
We loved the Ca`Del Campo
We stayed at the Ca`Del Campo in April 2004 and loved the hotel. Our room was large and it was a quad. The bathrooms were small but there were 2. We did run out of hot water on the morning we slept in but had it again after a short wait. We had 2 skylights that were huge but not bothersome because they had electric exterior shades that could be lowered. The breakfast was wonderful with very good coffee and the staff was kind, helpful and friendly. The location was the best part, it's such a short walk to Piazza San Marco and Rialto bridge. I would stay in this hotel again without any hesitation.
Ca Del Campo was wonderful. We were able to get the hotel at a discounted rate for 150 euros, and I would have easily paid more. It is only a 5 minute walk from San Marco and about the same from the Rialto.
There are several shops and restaurants near the hotel, as there are nearly everywhere in Venice. The front desk people were wonderfully helpful, and were even able to arrange a tour of a glass blowing studio on Murano.
The rooms were wonderful. They were large and clean, and the overall feeling in the hotel was very airy and bright. The breakfast was a little more than the typical european breakfast and everything was very tasty. I would highly recommend this hotel to anyone who wants have the convieniece of being near all the sights of Venice.