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This comfortable hotel is in Venice. With a total of 5 5, this is a nice place to stay. null may take advantage of the Wi-Fi connection on public areas.
Check-out ends at: 11:00
"TWO NIGHTS, TOO FAST!"
Reviewed 20 september, 2019
Bang in the middle of the action, but amazingly private once there, we got even luckier by having the very very cute terrace room at the top. Hotel staff were primo-friendly and gave us all the tips we needed for our two-night stay. The small Calle it's situated on, always seemed a world away from the chaos just yards along at Rialto bridge, with a lovely Trattoria, allowing us a peaceful last Peroni, before heading home. YES, there are stairs, but it added to the adventure, so we would advise for younger people in general, but we are 50 & 58yrs old and managed just fine. The Hotel owner even helps out too, so it's a great team at Ca' Leon D'Oro, who made our first ever trip to Venice, even more special for us. Thankyou guys, we will be back!
Great hotel in Venice!
Reviewed 18 september, 2019
The room, bed, bathroom and the entrance were super clean. The room had air conditioning and mosquito nets (we had been warned for mosquitoes before going). The room was also very quiet even though it was so central. We also had a super nice welcome from the host and the hotel sent a very informative email after we had booked. The location is great, right next to the rialto bridge. We had a hard time finding a good hotel in Venice because of the prices but we can highly recommend this one which even included a separate bathroom. We will definitely be back! Thank you!
Reviewed 25 june, 2019
Location is just off the Rialto Bridge which was perfect for us. We received clear instructions from the owner and we found it right away. Google it before you go to get your bearings. It's literally just a couple of yards away from the Rialto along an alley opposite the bridge. It was the perfect base for us. Took the vaporetto from the train station and got off the Rialto stop per the email instructions. The proximity to the vaporetto is so convenient. You get to the hotel in 5mins or so depending on the mass of tourists in the Rialto. It's not really a hotel per se as it is not really staffed 24/7 but they do a great job coordinating with you and estimating the arrival check in time. Check in is typically at 3 anywhere but the owner/manager was very accomodating and commented that they will try their best. We corresponded with the owner by email and gave them an approximate time on when we'll be there and sure enough the manager/owner was already outside waiting for us when we got there. He was very nice and friendly and accomodating. We were actually able to get in to our room at 11am which was wonderful. The property only had a couple of rooms so I'm thinking it's more like a b n b. The owner manager showed us around the room, how to work the AC and the windows and the locks and wifi etc. He was very nice. The room was pretty spacious for Venice standards and the bath/shower was too. I've stayed in another hotel in Venice years ago so I understand how the rooms may be smaller than in the US. This one was spacious enough. We had a triple room with a queen or maybe it was a king and a twin. Wifi was free and functioning. Room was clean. There is bottled water in the fridge. AC was cool and very much needed as it was starting to get warm in early June. Everything was functioning, no clogged sinks or slow draining toilets etc (we've had a couple of issues with clogged sinks in the Ritz in Santa Barbara and a hotel in Sedona and Hawaii). Point being, everything was functioning properly in our room in this property. The location was quiet. No issues whatsover. The property is very near a swanky department store to the right facing the Rialto. Go up to the top floor and you'll be rewarded with an awesome view of the Grand Canal and Venice. It's free to get in. The location and value of this property cannot be beat. It's about a 10 or 15 min walk to Piazza San Marco, longer if you get lost. A lot of restaurants and gelato places and souvenir shops in and around. On our last day, we left early as we wanted to go to Burano and then catch our train back to Rome in the afternoon. We were able to leave our bags in the office. Coordinating the time to pick up was easy peasy with Angela. We really enjoyed our stay and the staff were very nice and accomodating. Shout out to the housekeeper Carmen who was very friendly. I would stay here again. Yes, there is no elevator but it was not an issue for us. I always opt take the stairs instead of the escalator anywhere anyway.
Reviewed 4 november, 2018
Excellent hotel, everything was great. Our room had a private terrace, fantastic! Dear staff, they said everything. Breakfast is great! Ham, cheese, not just sweet cake! If we go back to Venice again, let's take a look at it.
It's clear this hotel cuts corners
Reviewed 8 september, 2018
We enjoyed Venice for holiday and this hotel was subpar for our tastes. There is no staff on Sundays or after hours for advice, and even when they are available, they are not helpful and borderline rude. The breakfast was quite lacking and not worth the price compared to dining out (even for Venice). The lobby is not on the ground floor, and there is no lift to help you with your luggage up the stairs (Most rooms were above the lobby and quite cramp). Venice is a wonderful city, I think we could have found a better hotel.