This hotel was very nice, clean and convenient to transportation. They have helpful staff and a great little lobby bar with outside seating next to the water. My only negatives are that our room was right next to the cleaning closet so it was a bit noisy in the morning but I guess somebody's room has to be. Also, on the first day our room did not appear to be cleaned very thoroughly. The cleaning staff did a good job the remainder of our visit. I would definitely stay here again.
Our room (416) was on the 4th floor, in the building next door. (We had paid for a room with ensuite bathroom) Just be aware there is no elevator. we had to climb 82 steps to reach our room hauling luggage. Ok if you are reasonably fit. Would suggest asking room location at check in or indicating you are a senior, and/or if you have any health issues.
Venice by-law mandates the heat be turned off April 25.
Room very small but clean and good location ,staff were very friendly and helpful. Breakfast was ok. Bed was hard which suited my husband but too hard for me. Our view of the canal was great to watch gondelers go buy but can be noisy from 6 in morning as boats are reving engines .
A beautiful hotel. The rooms were clean and the bathrooms as small as any other Italian bathrooms. , The front desk staff is very helpful, especially Tilly. the only downside was that since it is an old building there were no elevators. Tilly did offer to take the luggage upstairs, but my knees were killing me.
Upon check-in, we were informed there was an issue with our original room, so we were given an upgrade. The room we were given was very nice; outfitted with modern furniture, clean, and without any issues. Likewise, the hotel was very modern and a pleasing space to be in. The staff was super friendly and provided good advice and help when needed. The breakfast had a nice selection of items, which was a welcome change from the regular pastry and espresso at other places we visited. The location was good for my wife and I (far away from the really touristy part of the city). I enjoyed having to walk longer distances to get to the major tourist centers, as we got to see more of the city - and walk off the excellent foods we ate.
If I had to come up with one issues, I'd say the hotel was *slightly* difficult to find, as it's tucked away in an alley, which you can easily walk past. My wife and I missed the entrance the first time we walked by, but we were able to find it within 5 minutes of getting off at the Guglie water bus stop. I would definitely stay here again, the price was right, and the location was great.
Hotel Ca' Pozzo Inn boasting an enviable position in the heart of Venice , is a strikingly beautiful hotel which combines …More
Perfect location is mandatory in Venice as water taxis will take you only to the main points and then you need to drag your bags across the bridges and streets and you have to pay extra. Boscolo Bellini is situated just few steps from entrance to the Venice next to the train station all Aqua Busses and normal Busses. At the beginning of Grand Canal and main `high Street` so if you will start your trip there you will be able to see everything by foot and by both. Lots of restaurants around. Hotel is small but inside looks very luxury and venetian. Staff absolutely professional and friendly always helpful. Room dissent sizes, it was very important to me to have traditional venetian décor and it was. Room and bathroom clean with hair dryer, selection of body and hair wash, shower cap, cotton pads and there was even hair band and nail file. Breakfast quit good selection and tasty. There is terrace and small outside breakfast terrace. Well recommended glass of Prosecco for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner :) Will definitely return.
"Good hotel close to the Bus Station and Train Stat"
Good hotel with a Grand Canal frontage. We had a lovely room with a large bathroom (for a Venice hotel anyway). The breakfast each morning was a very good one and we were very comfortable. The position of the hotel was a very good one on a main shopping/restaurant street. We would go back.
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.