Where to begin? Giorgio's perfect service in every way, from suggesting places to go, to calling ahead to reserve a table for us at a popular osteria. His friendly demeanor, and knowledge of all topics Venice. I cannot recommend this place enough.
We had the rooftop terrace room. Which in January, one might think you wouldn't use it much, but we were lucky to have two sunny days with temperatures of 10 C (50 F), so were able to enjoy a beer outside. The terrace is private, so I can imagine during warmer days that one could get very romantic outside. The building next door appears to be abandoned too.
Breakfast downstairs is delightful. The windows face east, so once the sun is up, you get a lot of daylight. Great variety of food and plenty of it.
Due to changes made by United on our return trip to the US, we had a 6am flight from Venice (ugh, not recommended). So, a 430 am water taxi (delightful, but tres cher). Giorgio had a nice basket of food for us to take away, so we wouldn't go hungry.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- During the last century, this house belonged to Angelo Scattolin, a famous Venetian architect, Chair in Architecture at the University of Venice, professor at the Academy of Fine Arts and Overseer of St. Mark's Church between the 1960s and 70s.In his house, he blended the classic Venetian styles with solutions which were already paving the way for modern architecture: respect for tradition and innovation are combined with a simple, rational style in the rooms and furnishings, reflecting the light and charm of Venice. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Ca` Angeli Hotel Venice