Locanda Vivaldi Hotel Non Refundable Hotel
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Relive the magic of ancient Venice and the splendour of its lagoon in the surroundings of the Locanda Vivaldi hotel, a historic dwelling of the composer Antonio Vivaldi, that has now been completely restructured and transformed into a small and charming hotel.
Reflected in the waters of the Venice lagoon and only a short walk away from St Mark’s Square, the Locanda Vivaldi hotel offers its guests the pleasure of an exclusive stay in such a unique and unforgettable city.
This small and refined boutique hotel, a pearl in the heart of Venice of dreams, art, culture and music will surprise you with its personality and with kindness and helpfulness of its staff.
Stuccos, gildings, marbles and antique furniture will welcome you to this inn, a Venetian residence decorated according to the ancient tradition with precious fabrics, curtains, drapes, oriental carpets and illuminated by the warmest light of the blown Murano glass chandeliers.
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Stay Date: 11/2016, Beverly P wrote this review.
Amazing location. 5 minutes walk to St Marks Square. Beautifully decorated rooms. Excellent breakfast. Staff are amazing. This hotel is an oasis of calm in a wonderful location. Easily reached from the airport via the Alilaguna launch. Just 2 min… See more
Amazing location. 5 minutes walk to St Marks Square. Beautifully decorated rooms. Excellent breakfast. Staff are amazing. This hotel is an oasis of calm in a wonderful location. Easily reached from the airport via the Alilaguna launch. Just 2 minutes after stepping off the launch you can be in the hotel. Ask the concierge for restaurant recommendations. They will not send you to a tourist restaurant but to local ones with amazing food and not expensive tourist rip offs. We will return. 5 stars. Collapse
Great hotel, perfect location
Stay Date: 11/2016, smilleyhappy wrote this review.
We stayed for 3 nights (long week end). If going for city break our main requirements are: cleanliness, location, a comfortable bed and a good breakfast. Our room and the rest of the hotel were very clean; the location was brilliant. This was our f… See more
We stayed for 3 nights (long week end). If going for city break our main requirements are: cleanliness, location, a comfortable bed and a good breakfast. Our room and the rest of the hotel were very clean; the location was brilliant. This was our first visit to Venice. Getting there: We got the water bus from Marco Polo airport (about a 10 minute walk from arrivals). Cost 27 euros return each. It took us about 1hr 15 mins to get to San Zaccaria (the boat stop for the hotel) and the service is very regular. The hotel is so close to San Zaccaria - get off the boat, go left, cross one bridge and the hotel is on the corner on the left. It was a 2 minute walk with our cases. Location: perfect - a few hundred yards from San Marco and the vaporetto stop. Our room: was very clean, venetian in style and we had a great view over the lagoon. Adjustable heating and comfortable big bed, extra pillows provided and bathrobe/slippers. Only complaint (of many other hotels too) is that although they provide a hair dryer in the bathroom, it's rubbish and while they provide shampoo, no conditioner. The staff at the hotel were efficient, polite and helpful. Travel: I'd recommend getting a pass for the vaporetto. They're very regular and if your not sure whether it's going to the right place, just ask the driver. Breakfast was decent and lots of choice (more than I thought we would have in a European City). Fruit, yoghurt, pastries, eggs, bacon and a selection of cheeses. Self service. Pretty little room with windows overlooking the canal. We did lots of walking -over to Dorsodoro to the Rialto Bridge and back to San Marco. It was about 5 miles but we got to see a lot of Venice. As the guides say, do get lost in Venice. You find lots of hidden squares and churches. Eating out: We found eating out in Venice expensive (especially with the poor exchange rate) and we found it difficult to find good value authentic meals. We spent from 30 euro for a mediocre pizza with 1/2 litre of house wine to 130 euro for a bottle of wine and a main course and coffee (for 2). Lots of places to stand and have a panini for 3.5 - 6 euro at lunch time. We went past a place called Bigoi in Dorsoduro which is a kind of fast food pasta bar. We weren't hungry at the time but it looked delicious and you can see the pasta and being freshly made. Huge variety of pasta and sauces too. Only 5 euros each and open until 10pm. We got a boat out to Burano (the lace island) on a Sunday and on the hotel's recommendation for lunch, we went to a restaurant called Trattoria Da Romana. It was about 135 euro for 2 (3 courses, a litre of wine, water and coffee) The food was tasty and we loved the atmosphere. Apparently the Black Cat is also excellent but it was closed when we went. Burano is a very pretty place with brightly coloured little houses. Overall, would recommend doing the following: Gondola ride : we thought it would be tacky and weren't planning on it but it was definitely worth the 80 euro Florian tea room on San Marco: loved it. Old, Venetian, warm and cosy. We stood at the bar had two coffees for 10 euro. I think it may be more expensive to sit though. The cakes looked lovely but we didn't have any. Get a boat to Burano and have lunch in one of the restaurants. Collapse
Nice hotel, reasonable price, good location!
Stay Date: 10/2016, Rulian F wrote this review.
I searched long and hard for hotels in Venice for our 6-day stay, trying to find a hotel that's either by the grand canal or the lagoon, comfortable, clean, without costing an arm and leg. Somehow I found this one. I reserved our nights way in advanc… See more
I searched long and hard for hotels in Venice for our 6-day stay, trying to find a hotel that's either by the grand canal or the lagoon, comfortable, clean, without costing an arm and leg. Somehow I found this one. I reserved our nights way in advance. They had a nice cancellation policy, unlike a lot others. The hotel was right by the promenade of the lagoon. There were a few rooms that have windows open to the promenade/lagoon and we got one of them, on the 2nd floor. The water taxi we hired from the airport took us to the side entrance of the hotel. The driver helped us getting our luggage on shore, then the hotel porter came out and helped. Our room was nice and spacious enough for the two of us to stay comfortably. There was a big window where you can get a good view of the lagoon, the prominade, and St. Giorgior island/church across the lagoon. The bed was comfortable. The bathroom was not too small, and the towels were soft enough. Breakfast was included and it was a normal European style breakfast buffet, nothing too fancy but good enough. The staff was friendly and helpful - btw they were very responsive in emails when I had questions, and they told me how to get from the airport to the hotel with various options. The hotel was within a few minutes walk to the famous St Marc square and other attractions. It was also right by the waterbus stations. Really convenient location! We spent 6 nights there in late October. It was rather warm for us. The hotel's AC was already turned off and the heat system was on, so there was no option to turn on the AC. We kept the window open most of the time, including most of the nights. Fortunately the mosquitos were gone at that time, but, with the window open, it got quite noisy from people walking and talking (and smoking) on the street, until past midnight. Overall it was a pleasant experience for us. Collapse
Stay Date: 09/2016, bmanda wrote this review.
First timer in Venice, and we picked the best location with the best room! We wanted to be near everything which we were. Venice is very busy so it was fun to watch the people walk by our room from our balcony. I do want to point out that we splurged… See more
First timer in Venice, and we picked the best location with the best room! We wanted to be near everything which we were. Venice is very busy so it was fun to watch the people walk by our room from our balcony. I do want to point out that we splurged as this was our final destination for our Italy trip, and it was well worth the money. We seemed to be the only room with balcony access and this made a great deal of difference. I was very impressed with the decorations of this hotel. It was equipped with several amenities including a fridge which was helpful. The breakfast was great - eggs/meat/cheese/croissants. The staff was very attentive to our needs. The restaurant on top of the hotel was a great perk too, but I preferred our balcony view the best! They offer you a free drink to go up there and enjoy yourself which I thought was a nice welcoming present. We would definitely stay here again. Collapse
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Stay Date: 08/2016, harry3105 wrote this review.
Hotel is 2 minutes walk to San Marco Square and right on the water in prime position. The hotel offers free pick up from Train Station area with a luxury water taxi which takes approx. 20 mins scenic trip and great way to commence stay in Venice. We … See more
Hotel is 2 minutes walk to San Marco Square and right on the water in prime position. The hotel offers free pick up from Train Station area with a luxury water taxi which takes approx. 20 mins scenic trip and great way to commence stay in Venice. We stayed in a Superior Room which had water views and a lovely small but elegent balcony to watch the world go by and the amazing Cruise ships enter the area. The hotel is full of character and the staff are very friendly. An added bonus is the hotel has a rooftop restaurant which serves dinner and offers great views of ocean and streetscape. Buffet Breakfast is very good as well Collapse
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