Hotel located conveniently close to shops, restaurants & attraction sites. Staff spoke English and were extremely welcoming, courteous and helpful. Continental breakfast was great and overall service was excellent! I would highly recommend this hotel to everyone.
Besides rialto bridge and grand canal. Most of the rooms dont have the sight of grand canal as that is obvious for most of the hotels in venice. But the rooms in the front side have great view.
The breakfast was very good. Rooms were clean. Hotel staff was friendly. Internet was ok.
"Small, clean with easy access in a less busy area"
We stayed 5 nights. We have previously stayed at the same hotel in 2013 and 2009. Before that we have stayed in Venice 3 times at other places.
The hotel is well located, being close to the airport bus to avoid carrying heavy cases on boats or over many bridges on the first and last days, but with non of the noise of closer hotels. There are both canals and a number of well priced restaurants away from the main hustle and bustle just outside the door.
It is an easy well lit (wide path, not backstreet), 5 minute walk from Roma or Ferrovia back late at night or a simple to learn walk to Sa Toma for a much shorter journey. The routes out on a morning avoid the main tourist track from train to St Marks and so are much more enjoyable.
The hotel is small, almost family run with the same happy faces each day.
The layout is fairly simple, but most importantly, clean and quiet with reliable hot water for the shower, good WiFi, and simple bread, hot croissants and fresh coffee for breakfast. A small safe is provided in room for valuables and a secure locked luggage area to leave cases on the last day.
All being well, we are thinking of going back to Venice in 2018 and will most probably stay at the Fallier again as it has proved highly reliable.
First contact with the hotel was a phone call to say we would be late, extremely friendly staff very accommodating and talked us through how to get there as well as safety in Venice, water busses and everything we might need to know. A little hard to find still but a nice gelato bar right round the corner where you can ask for directions and get gelato at the same time!
Staff fantastic, room comfortable and clean (no kettle, though) and breakfast very enjoyable. All for a very acceptable price. Would highly recommend. Also easy proximity to restaurants, shops, transport.
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Really pleased with our choice, tucked away in a quiet part of Venice near Plassa de Roma which is great as we were disembarking from our cruise ship and was only 5 minute walk away, which is really useful when you have luggage!
Reception staff were very helpful and polite and breakfast on the terrace was lovely. Our bedroom was large and light with a modern decor.
Would definitely stay again when we are next in Venice.
Thank you Ca' San Rocco
Traveller from West Midlands
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The hotel was just off the Grand canal and very easy to find.
I was rustic rather than modern and the manager was very pleasant and helpful.
It was a quiet location which suited us and was easy walking distance of many places of interest or one could take the water taxi.
I would recommend this hotel and would certainly stay again if we came to Venice
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The hotel has great views to the canal and is centrally located close to all the major attractions. Good Breakfast and comfortable room. The station of S Toma i very close by and Rialto is a 10min walk so there is no hassle in getting around
Overall a great experience
The location was great...an easy walk from the train station and to Piazzale Roma to take the bus to the airport. Central to all the major sites. There was a Conad (budget grocery store) across from the hotel that was an added plus. Yes, the hotel looks dingy because the building and furniture is old, but it's actually pretty clean! Our room was made up every day, there were no issues with the sheets. Rooms are small but manageable...no issues with that. The owner is a very sweet older woman who actually stays around until 10:30 pm so if you ever have any questions or need help, she's there for you! She also gave us great tips of how to get around the city. Breakfast is the usual European croissant and coffee, but the coffee is made with a Moka Express on a stove-top (the real Italian way)...delicious! Hotel Alex provides the basics: food, a room to sleep and great customer service. It's really all you need. I would definitely stay again. Great place for those on a budget, especially in overpriced Venice.
Traveller from Montreal
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Home of the Rialto Market, San Polo is the busiest 'sestiere' (district) after San Marco. For local colour, great little shops, bars and cafes, the Rialto market area is a must. Dining on the Grand Canal next to the iconic Rialto Bridge is a romantic Venetian cliché. Near the bridge, the Ca' Pesaro is home to the Museum of Modern Art while 16th-century masterpieces are on show at the Frari church and Scuola Grande di San Rocco.