Ambassador Tre Rose

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Piazza San Marco 905, Venice, Veneto, 30124, Italy
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Satisfaction Terrible
Excellent
1%
1
Very Good
32%
19
Average
20%
12
Poor
17%
10
Terrible
27%
16

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 133% more and rated 35% lower than other 3 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families50
  • Couples42
  • Solo50
  • Business0

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Bocca di Leone - Lions Mouth Post BoxBocca di Leone - Lions Mouth Post Box

Forum Posts

Palazzo Sant'Angelo Hotel?

by Robachu1

Does anyone have an personal experience with this hotel? Would love to read your opinion. Thanks

Any other recommendations are always welcome. Thanks

Re: Palazzo Sant'Angelo Hotel?

by Andrew_W_K

I don't know this hotel but as you asked for recommendations I would take a look at the Hotel Bonvecchiati http://bonvecchiati.hotelinvenice.com/?source=googleh - about 3 minutes walk to St Marks square.
A fabulous 4 star hotel that was affordable. Have a look to see if they have any special deals going on hotels.com or booking.com as you can save a lot.
For a more budget hotel I also stayed at the Ambassador Tre Rose just off St Marks. To be honest the difference in price between a 3 and 4 star was minimal and the Bonvecchiati was so much better I wouldn't consider it as an option but take a look anyway http://www.venicehotelambassador.com/

Re: Palazzo Sant'Angelo Hotel?

by domenicococozza

Again,
I have not stayed at this hotel, but can thoroughly recommend the Bauer Palazzo
which is also a 5 star property.
Ask for Silvia Bullo - she is the marketing director.

Re: Palazzo Sant'Angelo Hotel?

by Robachu1

Thank you both very much.

Travel Tips for Venice

Grand Canal

by JUNLI

Grand Canal
Venice is built on 117 small islands and has some 150 canals and 400 bridges. Only three bridges cross the Grand Canal, which is obviously the biggest canal in Venice.

Grand Canal looks mild in my picture left, but it regularly floods Venice because of high tides. Most of property values are soaked by sea water at that moment.

View from Giardini/ Biennale area

by sachara

In 1997 I went especially to Venice to vist the Biennale. We went by vaporetto to the exhibition area east of the Castello area.

From here the view at the lagoon and the skyline of the famous buildings of Venice like the Campanile at the Piazza San Marco, the island San Giorgio Maggiore and the Basilica S Maria della Salute is marvellous.

On our way back to San Marco we went by foot. It was such a lovely walk along the shore of the lagoon.

Serenissima

by croisbeauty

Serenissima is the name of this hotel in the old core of the town, at the same time, it is the coloquial name for the Veneto Region in common use among the locals. In fact, they never says "I am coming from Veneto", rather then that they will say "I am from Serenissima" or this (Veneto) is Serenissima.

Gondolas 2

by suvanki

Gondolas have been a form of transport in Venice since the 11th century, for passenger and goods.
Their shape has evolved over the centuries, in order to navigate the waterways of Venice.
Venices canals are often narrow and shallow, with intersections and bridges to negotiate.

Gondolas measure precisely 10.87 m in length and are 1.42 m at their widest point.
A flat underside, and an asymmetrical hull (24cm wider on the left) enables the gondola to tilt to the right, and this pivot like effect assists the gondolier to manouvre from the stern with one long beech wood oar, which has a ribbed blade. The curves at the front and back are raised from the water and are crafted in accordance with the gondoliers weight.

These vessels are hand crafted from 9 different woods - beech, cherry, elm, fir, larch, lime, mahogony, oak and walnut, which has been seasoned in the squero (dock yard). More than 280 separate pieces of wood are used. Each gondola takes 3 months to build at a cost of £10,000 - 20,000

Pitch or black tar was originally used to ensure water tightness. Later, bright coloured paintwork and rich carpets were the fashion, until 1562, when Sumptuary Laws decreed all gondolas were to be black to prevent lavish displays of wealth.

Today, all except ceremonial gondolas are black. The high gloss finish is achieved by 7 layers of lacquer.

A gondola may last 5 - 20 years. Requiring much maintainance. When it becomes warped it might be used on a traghetto route, finally being burned in the glass furnaces on Murano.

Packing List

by rickyvilla81

Comfy shoes - you'll do a lot of walking! Oh, from about September to April, you will need wellies - the Acqui Alti (High Waters) generally flood the city. They do construct walkways, but what with tourists and locals, nice rubber boots can come in handy. Lots and lots of film! Venice has more cameras per square metre than anywhere in the world. That's a true fact.

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Address: Piazza San Marco 905, Venice, Veneto, 30124, Italy