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my love story in Venice


de Wioletta & Cris le 20.05.2013
 
This was my first time in Venice...and I fallen in love in this city... we went there as it was always my dream and in addition my beloved Cris will have soon his 40th Birthday so we celebrated his Birthday..Im hoping you come back home...
 

“Tout simplement merveilleux!”


de Julia G Reims, France le 15.05.2012
 
Cette réservation était un cadeau, j'avais donc fait pas mal de demandes particulières auprès de l'hôtel. Le personnel y a répondu avec beaucoup de rapidité et de gentillesse. On nous avait déposé une bouteille bien fraîche de prosecco en chambre et nous avons eu la jolie vue sur le rio Marin que nous souhaitions. Les petits-déjeuners pris dans le jardin...
 

“superbe hôtel de qualite au bord du grand canal”


de docteursocrates montpellier le 15.05.2012
 
Hôtel excellemment situé dans le quartier San Croce à 15 mins de la place San Marco, et à 5 mins de la gare ferroviaire; loin de la déferlante de touristes. Très beau jardin devant et derrière l'hôtel avec la possibilité de prendre le petit déjeuner face au grand canal; exceptionnel. Très bon service,; parlent français.
 

“Un tres bel hôtel proche de la gare”


de voyageur de Hotels.com le 15.05.2012
 
Hôtel tres bien situé, offrant le confort et l attention aux clients d' un vrai 4 étoiles . La décoration est élégante sans être clinquante et le personnel tres attentionné et de bons conseils. Pour un séjour romantique réussi c est l hôtel idéal.

 

“Waterside views from a gorgeous garden - in central Venice”


de RoamWriter New York City, New York le 15.05.2012
 
Desiring to avoid the crowds of the high season and the carnival, I stayed at this palazzo, or palace, four nights in January. While the rate of around 200 euro a night was steep, I think I got what I paid for.

I can recommend my room, #11, located on the first floor just past the reception desk. It was large with antique appointments and a modern sleek bathroom designed with Italian sensibilities. It was a pleasure to swing open the room’s windows and gaze out upon the little narrow canal that runs alongside the building, watching the gondolas and work boats gliding by just a few yards away. Best of all, the room has a private door that opens directly onto one of the resort’s two gardens.

As other reviewers have mentioned, this first floor room was noisy and I could hear voices from the reception desk area—a particular problem when one is trying to sleep. I think the management could solve this problem by installing a second set of soundproof doors in the room, or perhaps just a sliding acoustic curtain. There is certainly sufficient room for such an accommodation in the door’s large frame. My own solution was a traveler’s expedient: I pretended the people outside were my relatives chatting away in the kitchen.

I did a little investigation of the other rooms on the first floor: #10, adjacent to mine, is a little smaller and also has a direct door to the same private garden. #12 is directly across the reception area; #13, #14 and #15 are down a short hallway adjacent to the breakfast area; none have direct access to a garden. #15 seemed the best of the last lot and is adjacent to an exterior door that takes you out to yet another garden on the Grand Canal.

Breakfast consisted of high quality biscuits and croissants, and great coffee (I asked for “long” or American coffee) in the hotel’s charmingly designed breakfast area. Request their menu of additional paid-for choices (I had prunes and muesli) if it’s not on the table. After breakfast I wandered out onto the hotel’s front garden and watched the busy boat traffic on the Grand Canal.

Negotiating Venice’s narrow, maze-like streets can be challenging for the first-time traveler, so I was fortunate to reserve rooms within a 10-minute walk of the train station (Stazione Santa Lucia). When I left the station I turned left and walked a short distance through a busy area packed with small hotels and restaurants to a pedestrian bridge (Ponted. Scalzi) over the Grand Canal. (Be prepared to climb 40 modestly graduated steps to the top, then the same number down). Once off the bridge I walked straight ahead, taking the second left (the first is a dead end, as I discovered) and continued a short distance over a smaller bridge, then past an ancient church (S. Simeone Grande). I turned left at the first opportunity and found myself on an open square, or campo. The entrance to the hotel was just ahead to the left.

It occurred to me that travelers with heavy luggage might want to avoid the large bridge near the train station and take the vaporetto, or water bus, instead. So I also traced out that route, taking the #1 line at the Ferrovia stop, located in front of the train station. (Take the boat marked “Lido,” rather than “P. Le Roma,” which goes the other direction). I traveled one stop to the Riva Di Biasio station. Leaving the boat I turned right, walked to the second left and walked a few yards to the first right, which took me down a narrow street to the open square. Ca Nigra was straight ahead.

As the above remarks suggest, it would be prudent to obtain a good quality street map prior to arrival in Venice, which presents the traveler with a confusing maze of walkways. Be prepared for some backtracking, though: I did not find a single map that was really accurate. Even Google maps is confounded by the city’s idiosyncratic medieval sensibilities. Don’t be in a hurry to get anywhere.

 

Ottimo!!!


de vjplex boston le 15.05.2012
 
 

“Palazzo Veneziano con giardino sul Canal Grande...”


de MarineraTreviso Treviso le 15.05.2012
 
Ho soggiornato all'hotel Ca' Nigra per una notte con il mio fidanzato.
La struttura e' un palazzo veneziano curato con due giardini di rose, di cui uno affacciato sul Canal Grande.
Petit hotel con 22 camere una diversa dall'altra, in cui domina lo stile veneziano e il design.
La nostra camera era spaziosa con un letto comodo e un bel lampadario in vetro di Murano e bagno con ampia doccia.
La mia permanenza di una notte e' stata molto buona e non avendo usufruito della colazione per motivi di orario non posso dare una mia opinione su questo.
In conclusione lo consiglierei, anche per il rapporto qualità prezzo, prenotando su booking ho usufruito di una junior suite superior a 190 € e per Venezia e' sicuramente un buon prezzo.
Ultimo vantaggio per chi viaggia in treno, la vicinanza con la stazione.

 

“conferma assoluta di un albergo stupendo”


de corrado d Roma, Italia le 15.05.2012
 
sono tornato giovedi' 22 marzo scorso per una notte al ca nigra. tutto confermata dall'ultima visita. anzi piu' bello. stessa stanza con tre mosaici bizantineggianti e finestre con vista sul canal grande. servizio impeccabile e gentile da parte di tutto il personale. massima disponibilita' su ogni mia minima richiesa. e poi chicca finale pranzo leggero nel giardina roseto ....grazie!
 

“Un oasi di pace sul Canal Grande”


de Robl69 Mestre, Italia le 15.05.2012
 
Ho organizzato un meeting al Ca' Nigra ed é stato un successo! Innanzitutto la location é meravigliosa, con un giardino stupendo sul Canal Grande. Poi il servizio é stato impeccabile: tutti molto gentili e premurosi, in particolare la titolare che ha curato l'organizzazione dell'evento in ogni dettaglio. Alcuni ospiti si sono fermati per la notte e sono rimasti molto soddisfatti...
 

WEEK-END CON CONCERTO GOSPEL DA FAVOLA


de sara viaggi le 21.12.2010
 
Io e mio marito abbiamo passato un week-end meraviglioso a Venezia in questo hotel dal design unico e raffinato. Oltre ad essere molto curato, comodo e con due splendidi giardini, uno sul canal grande, lo scorso wee-end aveva organizzato una convenzione con un evento a palazzo grassi. Abbiamo assistito ad un concerto Gospel con Earl Bynum...autentica emozione e poi aperitivo e cena slow food. Poi ci siamo totli lo sfizio della suite lussuosissima, colazione tardiva in camera e passeggiata domenicale a rialto e san marco grazie alle loro indicazioni...da innamorarsi
 



 
 

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