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Hotel Antico Doge

  • Cannaregio 5643 Map It
  • Casual Chic

Pros

  • Romantic, atmospheric decor
  • Convenient to the Rialto and beyond

Cons

  • On a busy thoroughfare
  • No outdoor garden or terrace
  • No elevator

Updated 11/13/2013

Fodor's Review

Once the home of Doge Marino Falier, this palazzo has been attentively modernized in elegant Venetian style: all rooms are adorned with brocades, damask tufted walls, gilt mirrors, and parquet floors and even the breakfast room comes fitted out with a stuccoed ceiling and Murano chandelier. Some guest rooms have baldacchini (canopied beds) and courtyard views, the suite and two superior rooms have canal views. The location, on the main thoroughfare from the

station to San Marco, is handy but can stay quite lively well into the night, especially during festivals. An ample buffet breakfast is served.

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Hotel Information

Address:

Campo Santi Apostoli, Cannaregio 5643, Venice, 30121, Italy

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Phone:

041-2411570

Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • 19 rooms, 1 suite
  • Breakfast

Updated 11/13/2013

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By Michael

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May 31, 2006

A must stay place

You live the feeling of being embedded in Venetian society when you stay here. My wife and I stayed here in late March 2006 and this was the perfect time of year. The hotel was classically decorated and cozy. Located in Campo Apostali, it was convenient to foot travel and other transport mean. Only a few easy walked blocks from Ca Doro water bus stop. It was a quiet and quaint hotel. I would stay there again. Great price.

By Tran

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Dec 8, 2004

A dream hotel in a dreamy city.

I've stayed at a number of European hotels and this is one of my favorite. The owner is an architect that has completed an amazing restoration of this former palace. Our canal and square view junior suite was richly furnished in fabric wallpaper, hardwood floor,glass chandelier, and very comfy bed. The junior suite is small by U.S. standards but the very high ceiling and two windows give it a nice airy feel. Definitely a large room by European

standards. The furniture in the room was of high quality, unlike other places that pass off old for charming. The whole place is spotless, warm, and elegant. The breakfast room, as Fodors had very accurately described, is richly and warmly decorated. If you ever had a Merchant and Ivory fantasy, this is it. The charming front desk woman is an American living in Venice. She's very helpful. Other the other staff are quite charming as well.

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