July 15, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Ca' Sagredo Hotel in Venice, Italy
On the edge of the Grand Canal, five-star Ca' Sagredo Hotel holds the legacy of one of the most prominent noble families in Venice. The Sagredos bought the palace in the middle of the 17th Century and assembled an art collection of more than 800 paintings and 2,000 drawings dating from the Renaissance. Original art and antiques envelop guests during a stay that's more akin to time travel than a holiday. Upgrade to a suite for even plusher surroundings – the towering wardrobes in the Library Suite used to house Zaccaria Sagredo's literary collection.
Run your hands over the gold leafing on the edges of your royal bed as you wake up and stretch. Eschew the crowded museums in Venice and descend the hotel’s grand staircase instead. Get absorbed in masterpieces by Nicolò Bambini, Giambattista Piepolo and Sebastiano Ricci. Listen to the faraway notes of a piano player in the salon. Dine on fresh row fish from the Rialto market while watching gondolas navigate the Grand Canal.
Location of Ca' Sagredo Hotel
Nearest Airport: VCE
Amenities for Ca' Sagredo Hotel
- General Information
- 42 Guest Rooms
- On-Site Amenities
- Complimentary Newspaper
- Laundry Service
- High-Speed Internet Access
- Art Collection
- In-Room Amenities
- Air Conditioning
- Direct Dial Telephones
- Hair Dryers
- In-Room Safes
- Mini Bar
- Satellite Television
- Marble Bathrooms
- Luxury Linens
- Meeting Rooms
- Historic Sites
- Culture & Arts
- Luxury Hotel Games
- Summer Getaways
Reviews for Ca' Sagredo Hotel
We were thoroughly delighted by our stay here. Right on the Grand Canal, with a very pleasant view. Room was everything it should have been. The breakfast, which was included, was first rate. The hotel is agreeably quirky, as befits its age, but everything was in good order and up to date. We would recommend the restaurant, which is right on the water. If you let the waiter choose from local wines, you will be pleasantly surprised by the quality and price. The roof deck is very nice for cocktails. The staff were uniformly helpful and knowledgable, and went well out of their way with special requests We have stayed at well known and more expensive hotels in Venice, but never a better one. We hope to be back.
Hedonicus - New York City, New York
We stayed here for three nights from the 5 - 8 June after arriving in Venice on the Orient Express.This wonderful hotel is in a great location on the Grand Canal near to the Rialto bridge and all the busy sites of Venice but also near to the quieter areas of the city and is not too large so maintains a welcoming ambience. We had a large well appointed Junior Suite room with sitting area and large en-suite bathroom that was tastefully decorated in the Venetian style. The official "museum" areas of the hotel have been wonderfully restored to its former glory of a palazzo and breakfast is served in one of these rooms and an adjoining one hosted a lavish wedding reception.We had a very good traditional Venetian meal in the restaurant on the terrace and also enjoyed tea here in the afternoon watching Venetian life pass by on the Grand Canal.The young lady in reception who took to us to our room on arrival, although new in position, was very welcoming, although in general the reception staff were a little "distant" the exception was the lady manager in the breakfast room who was not only professional but very attentive and friendly. At the time of our visit the hotel was home to some wonderful sculptures for the Biennale. We would return to this very unique hotel.
Elainejg - Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom
We traveled to Venice to celebrate my partner's 60th birthday and chose the Ca'Sagredo based on the updates in TripAdvisor, We arrived on the Orient Express and I wanted somewhere that would live up to the expectations we now had having been on the train. We were not disappointed. The hotel, an old palace, was beautiful and now has an amazing sculpture "holding" it out of the water. Situated on the Grand Canal it is well placed to access all parts of the city and its restaurant has tables canal side to add to the ambiance for lunch or dinner. Our room had, in a past life, been the library and was spectacular retaining most of the original features (double height, huge chandelier, gallery to access the upper library tier and the original ceiling features - to name a few). The staff were friendly and helpful and the whole experience helped make a special holiday, In fact the whole trip was a surprise for my partner including meeting two friends there and the hotel staff joined in with the arrangements secreting them into our room (unknown to my partner) where they waited with champagne to wish him many happy returns on our arrival. I could ask no more of them. My thanks for giving us such great memories.
StephHitH - Brackley
We stayed at The Ca'Sagredo in the Venetian Junior Suite as part of our honeymoon. The room is large and has a separate sitting area. The decor in our room and the entire hotel is exquisite. The hotel is on the Grand Canal, which made it easily accessible by land and water. The hotel is in the perfect location in Venice. It is easily accessible to the different shops, vendors, and attractions. The restaurant on site was some of the best food I had during a two week tour of the country. I highly recommend the spaghetti in cuttlefish ink sauce with fried squid. However, I was not impressed by the staff. None of them were rude or unpleasant, but none of them went out of their way to help either. I expect at a 5 star hotel to be impressed by every aspect, unfortunately this was one area where I was not.
Taylor C - Washington DC, District of Columbia
A gorgeous luxury hotel .. this historic hotel was once a castle .. great location and the site of a impressive hand sculpture there for a limited time to symbolize Venice's plight with sinking and climate changes.
chattygirl7491 - Franklin Ohio