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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 Nicolň 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

Ca' Sagredo Hotel
4198 Campo Santa Sofia
Venice, Italy

Nearest Airport: VCE

Amenities for Ca' Sagredo Hotel

  • General Information
  • 42 Guest Rooms
  • Dining
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • 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
  • Televisions
  • Marble Bathrooms
  • Luxury Linens
  • Business
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Nearby
  • Historic Sites
  • Shopping
  • Museums
  • Restaurants
  • Interests
  • Culture & Arts
  • Luxury Hotel Games
  • Summer Getaways

Reviews for Ca' Sagredo Hotel

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

This building was the former palace of House Sagredo from the Venetian glory days. A grand staircase goes up to a large ornate reception hall, sitting room, dance room etc. This is where breakfast is served and it was a treat to absorb the history. Hotel has it's own dock on the Grand Canal (in case you use a water taxi) with a water bus stop next door (the Vaparetto). The hotel is probably a 15 minute walk from St. Marks Square and 10 minutes to the grand Rialto Bridge. Fine with as as we enjoyed walking throughout Venice. We arrived at the train station and ended up hiring an orange vested porter who put our bags on a large two wheeled cart, and escorted us to our hotel on foot. About 20 minutes and cost 25 Euro. Note that included his manhandling the cart up several arched bridges over canals and down the backside of each. Also, don't use the cash machines at the train station. The fees are extremely high. Use a regular bank ATM which you'll find everywhere. As a smallish boutique hotel, it was lightly staffed. 2 different desk clerks who were certainly cordial although not exactly friendly. But they each took care of our requests promptly and professionally. Daniel the porter was top notch. And during the days was a woman at the concierge desk, friendly and professional. Early January, the hotel wasn't very busy and we rarely saw other guests, which was fine with us. We never had to wait to talk to a staff member. The breakfast buffet was fine, and it included a juicing machine. We selected fruit from the buffet and the staff prepared freshly squeezed juice for us. The breakfast staff was very friendly. Our junior suite was nice; a bit on the smallish side but this is a several hundred year old building. Tiny elevator holds up to 4 people which also is common in historic Italian buildings. Ultimately very happy with the hotel and would stay again. Nothing was really "Wow!" but a solid experience without problems of any kind.

steverocks9879 - Minneapolis, Minnesota

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 days ago

I chose this hotel, in part, because I use the service, “Invited” which is part of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World service. I had selected a different room style, but the service automatically gives you an upgrade if it is available. What an upgrade! The room I would have been in was already extraordinary but the room I ended up with was simply stunning. The building itself used to be a palace (and it shows!) and my room was the former library of the palace. The room was massive and had fixtures fit for a palace. The service was top-notch and met or exceeded the service I’ve received at other hotels that are part of the Small Luxury Hotels system. They really put service above all else. The staff was clearly always willing to help and answer questions. The bed is comfortable and the master bathroom is large and has good lighting. There is a half-bath on the entry level. The breakfast is available in a dining room on the 2nd floor and the staff there is very attentive. There is coffee, tea, various juices, eggs, bacon, sausage, fruit and cereals; plenty of options to get your day started. The hotel is located in a great location. There is a ferry stop (Ca’ d’Oro) on one side of the hotel and a gondola stand on the other so you have plenty of options for getting around. Many shops and restaurants, including the casino and a grocery store are within a 10-minute walk. The hotel has vouchers to get into the casino for free (otherwise it’s only 10 Euros). I would definitely stay at this hotel again. From location to service to amenities, it really stands out as a wonderful hotel.

Peter J

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We went for a New Year's concert - what an experience! The palazzo dates back to the 15th century and was declared a National Monument. The interiors are embellished with breathtakingly beautiful frescos by Venetian painters, i.e. Tiepolo and Bambini. The main staircase - Scalone dei Giganti - has two wonderful cherubs, wearing red Christmas hats at the time of our visit, and is surrounded by frescos. Giambattista Tiepolo is responsible for the ceiling paintings in the breakfast room. Our highlight was, of course, the concert in the amazing music/ballroom, with most impressive frescos by Gaspare Diziani and grand chandeliers from Murano. Even if you don't stay there, it's well worth a visit - in summer you may dine outside on a spectacular terrace overlooking the Grand Canal with views to the local fish market.

Selected H - Shanghai, China

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Booked two rooms here for four nights between Christmas and New Year's - highly recommended. The property is a two-hundred year old former, luxury residence in a dead central location on the Grand Canal and Via Rialto. The interior architecture is stunning, with ornate gilded ceiling, polished terrazzo floors and sumptuous, Persian carpets. All the glass in the hotel, from the soap dishes to the huge chandeliers are Murano hand-blown glass. The property also features Lorenzo Quinn's (son of Anthony) provocative sculptures which contrast the old and the new. The staff were exuberant and helpful and the breakfast excellent. Perhaps the only miss was the main restaurant for dinner where the food was fine (not outstanding) and the prices high. We found reasonable rates here when all other properties were sold-out, so check carefully. In reference to the other review citing a "bad smell" - we noticed nothing, plus this comes from the canal, not the hotel (ohhhh kay ....) And "the hotel exists on a busy street" - ummmm, there are no "streets" only walkways upon which the Via Rialto or main thoroughfare of Venice this hotel sits. Sure, there are tacky shops, but there are also good restaurants, inspiring architecture and historical churches. There are many great places to stay in Venice, this is definitely one of them.

Tozai1999 - Singapore, Singapore

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is a museum as well as a hotel. A palace converted into a hotel about 10 years ago is quite extraordinary with huge public rooms and works of art. There is an imposing grand staircase going up to the second floor. We stayed in a junior suite which was well appointed - the only down side was that the heating was slow to respond but did eventually! All the rooms were very clean and well cared for. Friendly and helpful staff. Perfectly situated on the Grand Canal and within easy walking distance of the Rialto Bridge and San Marco. We will hopefully return.

raymarks - Boston Spa

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