February 6, 2018 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Boscolo Venezia, Autograph Collection in Venice, Italy
Situated in an historic edifice, Boscolo Venezia in Venice, Italy, exudes a magical ambience. This truly grand hotel, whose elegant interiors perfectly capture the ambience of 18th-century Venice, offers an enchanting inner courtyard, exclusive dining and exceptional amenities. Many of its guest rooms, distinguished by vintage Venetian furnishings and décor, boast views of the city, the lagoon, the island of Murano, or centuries-old gardens.
Tour the boroughs of this Venetian legend and discover the secrets of one of the most amazing cities in the world. In its midst, stroll the acclaimed San Marco square. In Santa Croce explore the basilica of Chiesa di St Stae, a stunning expression of 18th-century baroque art. San Polo encompasses the Rialto Bridge, considered the heart of the city. In Castello, visit the walled Arsenal or simply sip espresso at a sidewalk cafe and let the music that perpetually fills the air renew you.
Location of Boscolo Venezia, Autograph Collection
Nearest Airport: VCE
Amenities for Boscolo Venezia, Autograph Collection
- General Information
- 68 Guest Rooms
- Meeting Rooms
- Historic Sites
Reviews for Boscolo Venezia, Autograph Collection
After one night in a mediocre junior suite, changed rooms to a third floor junior suite looking towards the sea for six nights. Wonderful room, view of the gardens and sea. Breakfast more than adequate. Kind staff, especially Barbara at the Reception. The spa is minimal. The location is quiet and amazingly close to everything.
Joseph310 - Kent, Connecticut
Well, if you are planning to spend the last day and night of the year somewhere, Venice is certainly the place to be but of course, any other day of the year will do it as well. This hotel is fantastic with a lobby that looks like an art gallery and an amazing private garden, the largest and oldest in the city. It is situated in the Madonna dell'Orto district, a picturesque area of Venice approx. 15 minutes walking distance from the train station. The rooms are spacious and come with all the necessary amenities. Please ask for the villa inside the garden and have a great time!
Was welcomed warmly at check in and given a room at the end of the hotel near the dock. the room was on the first floor. We immediately dropped the bags off and left without examination. once we had returned to the room I began looking around and noticed the room was extremely worn and dirty. (cobwebs, dead insects everywhere, mold, and broken items) It was not to the quality of what I would have expected from the establishment. I asked for another room but was informed they were full and that they would have to move me in the morning. The following morning I expressed my displeasure with the room and the fact it was barely habitable and they decided to give me an upgrade to the presidential suite. I said thank you but it did not excuse the fact that we were stuck in the room given and could not even use the other room until about 2 pm. I had to exchange several emails before they refunded me the first night. Breakfast was average for a hotel. I found the Boscolo Prague better. The other room provided was much better and was exactly what I would expect in a hotel of this caliber.
DCavidtraveller - Toronto, Canada
In terms of its physical attributes, The Boscolo Venezia is the nicest, top-of-the-line Marriott property in Venice (except the JW, which is out on its own island). The lobby is pretty and attracctive. It is not huge high-ceiling, grand affair - but it is classy. It's lobby is not as fancy as the Boscolo Exedra Roma, for example, which really could pass for a Ritz Carlton or JW property. But Venecian Murano Sconces and Chandeliers everywhere (probably 20 throughout the main area), lots of characer. The rooms and bathrooms are nice, but there is a bit of the "old palace" feel to it (imagine a wall that has the feel of a partially renovated fresco). It's a bit unusual. There is a key-entry (rather than card) to the room, not sure if this is to maintain character of the hotel. We dropped it off at the front desk each morning, so you don't have to worry about carrying it. The breakfast area is fine, although we were put at a table in the lobby each morning, which was not as cosy as I suspect the breakfast room might be beter. The main reason I would recommend this property is because of the location. This might seeem a strange thing to say because it is a good half-hour walk from San Marco Square. But the walk into San Marco was our favorite part of the day, because the local neighborhood of the hotel has no tourists and its really just a quiet, beautiful part of the city. When we reached the hords of tourists in San Marco, we realized what a gem of a hotel we had. We were there in the cold of winter, so I imagine the walk would be even more pleasant when the whether was fine. Our young kids didn't complain about the walk, either. With all the canals and bridges and cobblestone alleys, its more of a sightseeing adventure, so they didn't notice it as a walk to the city-center. Also, if you end up heading the Lagoon (we didn't as we only had 2 days), the hotel is perfectly situated for Murano/Burano/Torcello... either as a private tour or a short walk to the public Vaporetto (water bus 5 min from hotel will take you straight to the islands). In terms of service, it is lovely. Everybody is very nice, everybody speaks English and Italian perfectly, and everybody is extremely helpful and professional. It is exactly what you would expect at a 5 star resort and then some (because of the language skills, you really are spoiled as an English speaker. Marriott is very good at handling food allergies. They understand it and they accomodate it well. This property is capable of handling your allergies, and as celiacs we would go back. The hotel offers a custom-prepared hot dish (many choices of eggs, omlets, bacon, sausage) to complitment the tons of food on the breakfaust buffet that is gluten free. The bread is on a separate table from everything else, so cross-contamination does not seem to be a problem. They have eggs, fruits, bacon, cured meats, juices, yogurts, and much much more. The Boscolo Venezia also offers at breakfast a great, very nice selection of gluten-free breads and snacks - all individually packaged, to accompany your breakfast. Yummy!! Also, my Marriott profile specifies high floor room, but we were given a room on the second floor and in the back (no view at all). No upgrade for Platinum status either. Surprising because it was not summer high season. Our room was very quiet and peaceful. Again, the walls (looking like they had areas where there was no paint, as if they were needing renovation) were a bit odd. Particularly on the top level of the room the effect of the wall finishing (or unfinishing) was quite offputting. I put the kids up there on the top level and never went up there, since I didn't want to look at it. The kids didn't notice or care! :) I get the idea of what they hotel is trying to achieve, they are trying to maintain the character of the historic palace with fading frescos, but it didn't quite work. Also, although they don't do adjoining rooms (old hotel doesn't have any!), they are able to set families up with one room that comfortably accomodates 4 people! Our family had a room with two floor: bottom floor king bed and 2 twin beds on the top floor. I couldn't find this option on the website, I recommend emailing (or calling Marriott) to sort it out. It would be a little better to have 2 bathrooms, but it still worked fine. I would definitely recommend this property, we were happy and would return!
nycdoyle - New York City, New York
Traveled over Christmas week 2017. Hotel was superb. Former palace with classic rooms right on a canal. Staff was professional and friendly. Shuttle to/from St Marks.Far enough from the crowds but close enough to walk most anywhere. Would stay there again.
Joseph Z - New York City, New York