The bedrooms were spacious and deco was beautiful. The staff member that checked us in was abrupt but all other staff member were helpful. Breakfast was without a doubt spectacular, nothing should be changed. If this hotel had ironing facility then I would say it was perfect.
Althought this hotel was constructed 500 years ago, it is well maintained, comfortable and convenient. The staff is wonderful from porters, servers and front desk personel. Everyone is helpful and goes out of their way to make sure we were comfortable. The dining room overlooks the Grand Canal and depending on the weather, is a lovely spot for the full breakfast provided. There were four severs to provide coffee after we visited the full buffet breakfast. The rooms are air conditioned although a little smaller than we were used to. But beds are good, all the amenties and free wifi. We will definetly stay here again if we make another trip to Venice..
Due to airline issues, we needed to book a last minute hotel for an extra night in Venice. We gave the Amadeus a try and were pleased with our stay there. Somehow we ended up in the suite, which had three balconies and had to be one of the biggest hotel rooms in the city of Venice. It was well appointed and well located near the train station, bus station, and Fumaretto HUB. There are tons of restaurants and shops literally right outside the door, with plenty more in walking distance. Breakfast buffet wash fresh and tasty. I would definitely stay there again.
For visitors arriving by rail or by bus, Cannaregio is Venice’s front door and the start of the Grand Canal. It sees a lot of passing traffic in terms of canal boats and visitors en route to San Marco, but is otherwise quieter and less touristy than central Venice. Points of interest include the Ghetto area (the original Jewish enclave) with its museums and the majestic Ca d’Oro palace, one of the iconic buildings of the Grand Canal.