Ca' dei Dogi
At a Glance
- some rooms have terraces with views of the Doge's Palace
- rooms are on the small side
- furnishings are spartan and look a bit cheap
- located in the middle of the most tourist-frequented part of Venice
Ca' dei Dogi Review
A quiet courtyard secluded from the San Marco melee offers an island of calm in six individually decorated guest rooms (some with private terraces) that feature contemporary furnishings and accessories. The public areas entice with classic Venetian elements such as the marble stairway, beamed ceilings, and mosaic tiles. Service is highly personal: guests are often welcomed by one of the owners. There's a courtyard where you can enjoy breakfast or an evening interlude. One room has a Jacuzzi, and one attic apartment is available.