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at Ca' Sagredo Hotel

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... on the canal. We were made to feel very welcome and the room was very comfortable and quiet. Breakfast selection was good...
... you could roam the corridors and stick your head in every room on the floor and they were all used, dirty and unmade....
... well. Beautiful hotel with friendly, helpful staff. Lovely suite, spotlessly clean. Very good breakfast on a riverside...
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Hi I have just booked a room at thi hotel. However, i did not see whether the hotel serves breakfast. Can some please confirm. Thanks
Answer from Gillian P
Feb 2018 |
... with our holiday package. It was a buffet style, very nice. Lovely friendly staff. The Ball Room adjoining is stunning. Enjoy.
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Hurstbourne wrote a review Oct 2020
London, United Kingdom18 contributions17 helpful votes
Had a lovely couple of days in Venice staying at the Ca’ Sagredo Hotel. Fantastic historical building housing a boutique friendly hotel in a good location on the canal. We were made to feel very welcome and the room was very comfortable and quiet. Breakfast selection was good and dinner in the hotel excellent. Would definitely return.
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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k n wrote a review Oct 2020
London, United Kingdom30 contributions28 helpful votes
Well this is everything but a 5*L property! The piano nobile may be relatively grand but the rooms and service are no more than 3* B&B standards! I am a huge fan of 'hotel du charme' but this property is quite evidently corporately owned with no one in situ who actually understands hospitality, quality, service, reputation or cares about the condition of the property. Don't get me wrong, the staff are courteous enough but they have obviously been instructed never to go beyond the A-B instructions and are not permitted to move from their micro managed roles.

A couple of details that support this review (this is just a shortlist but I could go on and on):
-Arrival with private taxi from grand canal - no support with baggage, corridor leading to reception has live exposed wires and is missing wall sconces.
- Reception staff at a complete loss for local insight and info beyond resorting to a google search. Globe trotting 5* clientele know perfectly well how to do this for themselves and expect a property that advertises itself as 5*L at least to know the city
- Rooms shabby with numerous cracks in walls, mildew and humidity marks on walls
- Carpets throughout the property are permanently stained and need replacing
- Rooms on our floor were left open and un-made for 3 entire days during our stay. Basically you could roam the corridors and stick your head in every room on the floor and they were all used, dirty and unmade.
-Breakfast staff were nice but the selection in offering embarrassing! Industrial, cereals, tinned juices, and canned fruit! Again, seriously???? Not to mention, for two days there were no pastries available because the pastry shop didn't deliver! With hotels at 80% vacancy, what would it have taken for management to send out a member of staff to buy 10-15 brioche for guests! Plain laziness and inexcusable - goes back to my point about corporate ownership and not understanding the definition of hospitality.

Covid is NOT an excuse for bad service or badly managed properties! Suspect this property has sailed on the glory of Corporate Meetings held within the piano nobile space in the past rather than accommodation. Just scratch beneath the surface and you can see how badly managed this property is. Honestly so disappointed and would not recommend. Perhaps if property was marketed as a 3* then clients would no arrive here with false expectations.

We have stayed at 5* properties in Venice, Paris and London post Covid including The Lutetia, The Gritti, Danielli, Claridge's, The Connaught, Cafe Royal and others - none of these 5* properties have the shortcomings of Ca Sagredo which ranks itself as 5*L (notice the L)!!!! Head to the Aman, Gritti, Danieli or Cipriani if you want real 5* in Venice. This place is a farce!
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Date of stay: October 2020
Room Tip: Don't come here expecting 5* or anything near a Luxury experience!
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mab103 wrote a review Oct 2020
Surrey19 contributions5 helpful votes
Stayed a few days in October. Had a wonderful visit. Was nervous about travelling at all, but Italy is managing things so well. Beautiful hotel with friendly, helpful staff. Lovely suite, spotlessly clean. Very good breakfast on a riverside terrace. Great location on the Grand Canal next to vaproretto (Ca d’Oro) & traghetto.
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Date of stay: October 2020Trip type: Traveled with friends
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SB01 wrote a review Oct 2020
Krakow, Poland579 contributions298 helpful votes
We spent two nights here for a family celebration, as we were looking for a special place to mark the occasion. On arrival we were upgraded to a junior suite, which was a lovely room, with period furnishings, the most comfortable of beds and many nice touches. Nice bathroom. The main feature of the hotel is it's historic splendour, with richly decorated rooms and a grand staircase. On days with bad weather breakfast is served in a giant frescoed ballroom; on fine days on a lovely terrace overlooking the Grand Canal. Some modern features work less well, with the internet constantly lacking oomph.
The hotel does feel a little staid. The breakfast staff were very jolly, but there is a bit of an absence of fun. Making greater use of the bar area would help as would opening the roof terrace more often.
The location is perfect with the Rialto and St Marks only 10-15 minutes walk away. Many good dining options close by. To finish your visit, enjoy the water taxi direct to the airport. The cost is 120 euros, quite competitive for a family of 4 when compared to the pricey public transport, and it only takes 20 minutes.
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Date of stay: October 2020
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Kerry W wrote a review Sep 2020
19 contributions13 helpful votes
We loved the hotel. Our room was perfect and the servicing of the room every day was exemplary. Breakfast was very good and was included in our rate which otherwise in Sept 2020 would be 30 Euros pp.. Attentive staff, lots of cheese, ham, fruit, pastries etc. all replenished and covered. Reception were helpful whenever we had a query and the location was perfect (just opposite the daily market). We would revisit this hotel and to be honest, I didn't want to leave.
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Date of stay: September 2020
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Answer from Gillian P
Feb 2018 |
Hello, breakfast was included with our holiday package. It was a buffet style, very nice. Lovely friendly staff. The Ball Room adjoining is stunning. Enjoy.
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1970Elaine asked a question Mar 2017
Lothian, Maryland10 contributions10 helpful votes
Please confirm jr suites have their own bathrooms.
Answer from SteveParryHK
Apr 2017 |
Yes they do and a decent size too!
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Answer from CaSagredoHotel
Jun 2016 |
Dear Guest, we thank you for your kind interest. We confirm that you can regulate the air conditioning from the room and our Front Desk staff will be at your complete disposal for any further assistance you might need. Our Deluxe double rooms are not overlooking the Grand Canal; the canal view rooms are called Grand Canal double room, Grand Canal Junior Suite and Grand Canal Suite. We confirm that our breakfast/bar/restaurant can provide gluten free food if requested. St. Mark's Square can be reached by walking, by vaporetto line n.1 (ticket costs Euro 7,50 per person) or by water taxi (Euro 60,00). Ca' Sagredo Hotel
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James H asked a question Sep 2015
London, United Kingdom263 contributions79 helpful votes
Which room type should i book to ensure a vview overlooking the canal?
Answer from DebValentine
Sep 2015 |
The grand canal junior suite but call the hotel and they may upgrade. The staff is very helpful. Just tell them you need a view of the canal as it is magical. Loved watching the early morning traffic !
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Answer from Adam S
May 2015 |
Re events at the hotel , How would one know? I would suggest you ask the hotel, our room was a corner room in the corner of the hotel over looking the Grand Canal and was a very quite spacious comfortable room with good chairs. The hotel can give you the answers you need and they stuck me as good and trust worthy staff.
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