Ca del Dose

Address: Castello, 3801, Venice, Veneto, 30122, Italy | Lodge
 
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This lodge, located in the Castello area of Venice, is near Bridge of Sighs, San Zaccaria, Campo San Zaccaria, and Arsenale.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsCa del Dose Venice

      Reviewed by mehanb

      Our accommodation

      Reviewed Sep 29, 2014
      by (6 reviews) Bundanoon NSW Australia , Australia Flag of Australia

      Our address while in Venice

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Historical Traveler Reviews Ca del Dose Venice

      Great time!

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      our 2 granddaughters, ages 17 their

      grandparents visited venice stayed at ca'del dose ,great location, gave us best places to eat {not tourist}, excellent directions.

      we stayed at san remo hotel in rome,spacious rooms,abundant breakfast, 2 blocks from terminal and metro, safe area. the nite

      bus ride and dinner is a good starter for the first night in rome. what' not to like about rome. thank you very much for helping us make a great visit.

      helaine stanton

      Quiet, friendly b&b near san marco

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      Had a very comfortable stay. Great location, just 5 minutes walk from piazza san marco. Had the top floor room with a great terrace. Decent size room with a comfortable bed. Breakfast is pretty basic, d-i-y instant coffee and unappealing pre-packed food, but apart from that, everything else was fine. Very quiet location and the couple running the b&b were very helpful and friendly.

      Would stay here again.

      Excellent value for money

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      Found this little hotel by chance on the web and what a great find it was! Excellent location around the corner from the Grand Canal and St. Mark square but nicely tucked away from all the tourist fuss. Our room was a very decent size, airy (with 2 nice little balconies), absolutely spotless and simply but tastefully decorated. Breakfast was simple though - tea & cofee making facilities in the room plus a selection of pre-packed cakes and biscuits.

      A nice little place overall, managed by a young, helpful, friendly couple. Will certainly stay there again!

      Amazing Hotel!

      from

      This is a wonderful hotel. Such a hidden gem. We had the room with the balcony. It was clean, beautifully decorated and safe. The owner, Anna, is sweet and will help you with any questions. Try the restaurant next door. Great food. Offer to pay cash for a discouted rate. We will definitely be back and won't stay anywhere else.

      Great value and location

      from

      We stayed in one of the newer rooms around the corner, that had a small courtyard. While the exterior of the building is very plain, our room was nice and new, and had an electric heater with a remote. Anna was very helpful and I would stay here again.

      Great place to stay!

      from

      We stayed here in March 2004. The winter has been unseasonably cold, so the room was cold at night, but the host Anna was helpful in instructing us on how the heater works.

      The best part about our stay was the helpful and very friendly hosts, Anna and Marco. Though Marco was apologetic about his english, he was not hesitant in telling me about what to see in Venice. Anna also was very warm and so helpful, making sure ore stay was good. Though we only stayed for 2 nights and 1.5 days, my girlfriend and I wished it was longer.

      THE place to stay in VENICE

      from

      Ca Del Dose is a great, rare find in otherwise expensive Venice. Our rooms were superb, spacious, and clean. The facilities (showers, sinks, beds, TV, etc) were all modern and clean and worked great.Ca Del Dose is located on Calle Del Dose, just a 5 minute walk from Piazza San Marco, just a few steps off the Grand Canal, and seconds from the vaparetto stop at San Zacarria or Arsenale. Tons of restaurants and shops right there as well.Ana and her husband (a cop by day) run the hotel and are the most adorable people we met in Italy. Ana always greeted us with a big smile and plenty of hugs. Each morning we had a fine selection of breads and rolls and tea, coffee, etc in our room.. just perfect to get a start on the day.We always felt like we were in the center of it all - yet paid VERY very good prices.Ana was also VERY responsive to emails and helping us find attractions and giving advice. This hotel will add charm to your vacation! We were there in April 2004 for a few nights.

      Wonderful part of my vacation!

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      I had such a wonderful stay at Ca' del Dose and I'm so glad to see other positive reviews here! This was my first trip to Europe and before I even got there Anna was incredibly helpful and friendly via e-mail. When I finally got to meet her, the great service continued and she's just a part of my Venice memories. She and her husband were wonderful with restaurant recommendations and were just lovely people.

      The location is also excellent and the rooms were clean and comfortable. I look forward to staying there again!

      Great Place!

      from

      We loved CA' del Dose so much we asked to extend our stay for two more nights. The hotel was booked but they did give us the same rate for an apartment a short distance from the hotel. Our two bedroom family suite was huge. We felt very lucky to get the place for only $100 euro per night. The location is fantastic. About a three minute walk to San Marco Square. Anna and Marco were very helpful. Anna speaks perfect english. We can't wait to return to Ca'Del Dose!

      Wonderful, friendly, great value

      from

      Owners were very friendly, energetic, and helpful in answering questions about sights, boats, places to shop, etc. The room was clean, quiet, roomy enough, and the a/c worked well in the heat wave. When I booked online, I thought that it was odd that it said the breakfast would be in a basket in the room and that we would have to heat up the hot water. Yes, the breakfast was simple, but very adequate. The advantage of this "breakfast in the room" was that it was nice to be able to make tea at night and we were able to eat before leaving early for the airport. A great value at 100 euros per night for a triple suite with bathroom. I would definitely stay here again.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Ca del Dose Venice

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

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