This hotel is wonderful! Very easy to find, not far from the waterbus stop. We were given an upgrade, so very pleased. The room was large and had a sofa, the bathroom likewise large.Very quiet, didn't hear other guests at all. So nice to have complimentary tea, coffee, sandwiches, wine and nibbles. The breakfast had lots of variety, the coffee was delicious! I was able to change my pillow with the exchange scheme. The only slight negitive I have was the mattress was quite hard. That is just a personal thing! The decor is typical venetian. Staff were lovely and friendly. We were on holiday with another couple who felt the same about the Una. We are thinking of returning to Venice next December and would stay in this hotel for sure. Venice in December is great, no crowds, no queuing! I would recommend this hotel, you will not be disappointed.
Hotel close to train station & Grand Canal, nice restaurants close by. Breakfast was good with plenty of choice on the buffet. The room was spacious with a balcony and a big bathroom with a bath and powerful shower.
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
Right on a canal ( our taxi delivered us to the door directly on a canal!). Quiet location but no more than a few minutes walk to great bars and restaurants! Two minutes walk to the "bus" stop that took us to Murano. Lovely breakfast!
Been to Venice 4 times now and this place is by far the best. Paid less than going rate for two nights for two of us, and service is like a 5 star equivalent, without paying over the top prices. Very helpful staff, respectful, gave good advice on local restaurants where the locals eat, not the typical rip off places. Very peaceful, and breakfast buffet is supremely well catered for compared to other typical places I've stayed in before - highly recommend.
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.