Room was clean, tidy, comfortable with everything we needed. Only 2 downfalls, 1st is the advertised wifi Did not work in our room. Second the air conditioning didn't work when the temp that night was high. We reported it several times but the duty staff that night insisted it was working because his computer said so. Apart from a bad nights sleep due to high temperature the hotel was great.
Staff were fantastic and the hotel was located close to transport. Only downside is that there are no lifts and rooms are not close to the reception. Staff deliver the bags to the room which is helpfl though.
Our stay at the hotel was great. The pros to this hotel are: wonderful, helpful, hard working staff, delicious breakfast, very clean rooms and hotel overall. The only con is: a little far for on older person to walk from St. Mark's square. You can always take a water taxi, though.
My best friend and I were a bit worried about having booked at this hotel but as soon as we walked in, every doubt disappeared! It's a beautiful hotel within walking distance of the bus and train station which was EXTREMELY helpful since our luggage didn't have wheels. It's also super close to one of the main boat stops "Ferrovia" on the ACTV so that made it very accessible. The staff was always so kind and although we don't speak Italian, their English was marvelous and we even learned a few new words in Italian. The breakfast is amazing and included in the stay (the coffee is so great that I don't know how I'll live without it). The chocolate croissants, the breads, the freshly squeezed juices, the cereals!
We had purchased a double room with a shared bathroom but to our surprise, they ended up giving us a double room with a private bathroom and air conditioning! The hotel is very modern and beautiful and extremely clean. In the time it took my best friend and I to eat breakfast downstairs, when we went back to our room, it was meticulous, immaculate, spotless!
The wifi connection was only strongest in the lobby area but then again, if you're in Venice, who cares about wifi. If you really need to do something on the internet, they have a computer open to the guests of the hotel and you can even print for free.
Next year when I come back to Venice, I am definitely staying at this hotel again. It was the best place we stayed at during our whole trip throughout Europe.
Traveller from New York City
Hotel Guerrini boasts a quiet position in Venice's historic city centre , just steps from the Grand Canal, only 200 metres …More
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.