What can I say expect I liked it well enough to go back again this summer. I will also try out 3 new hotels in Venice because I'm using points and I like to experience different areas. My husband and I spent 6 nights at Ca' d'Oro last summer. We requested, and paid extra for a canal view room. Very worth it, in my opinion. Like most Venice hotels the basic rooms are small and the walls are thin. But the staff was all friendly and helpful. The breakfast included cheese and meat slices. I need protein in the morning so this was great for me. You use a coffee machine for your espresso and I was suprised that it is quite decent. There is a rooftop terrace that can be tricky to get to if you're not on the right floor/staircase, but we went up there everyday. One evening we bought bread, meat, cheese, fruit from the nearby COOP opened a bottle of Amarone we bought at a shop near the Rialto and ate up there. Lovely!
This hotel is in a quiet location but still near everything. If you want to get to the fish market without fighting crowds at the Rialto just walk 2 minutes to the traghetto at Campo Santa Sofia. (last August this cost 1 euro for 2 people) A super cheap, short gondola ride directly to the fish and fruit market!
Also, it takes about 5-7 minutes to walk from the Alilaguna stop on Fondamenta Nuove. It takes longer to get back there since the departing dock is on the other side of a rather large bridge. But, in total, I remember just 3 bridges to cart my luggage over! Not bad for Venice!
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