Ca' Doge Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Piazzale Roma 467, Venice, Veneto, 30135, Italy
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  • Families79
  • Couples72
  • Solo66
  • Business50

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staying in santa chiara or ca'doge venice

by minjj

hi .. we are 5 adults planning a trip to venice. we want it close to the bus and train station as my parents have to travel everyday to udine for work (u go there via mestre).
can u pls suggest which is a better hotel to stay in between santa chiara or ca' doge.?
how far are they from the bus and train station. we want is as close as possible as my father would like to avoid too many bridges.

Re: staying in santa chiara or ca'doge venice

by swissfondue

Both the hotels you are looking at are located in Piazzale Roma (bus station square) so would be very convenient for the bus. When I was in Venice last November the pedestrian bridge between Piazzale Roma and Ferrovia (train station) was closed due to construction work meaning you had to walk down the Grand Canal a little way and cross over. If this is open again it is only a 5 minute walk to the train station.

The Hotel Carlton and Grand Canal is located opposite the train station (one large wide bridge nearby to cross to the entrance) and a shortish walk to the bus as well (couple of small bridges). I stayed there 20 years ago so cant give a recent recommendation but it is well located for your purposes.

Re: staying in santa chiara or ca'doge venice

by yma123

if you want a good hotel - close to the station - there is a hotel called Hotel Florida which is approx 150 metres fromt he station & there are no bridges - just steps which you need to walk down at the station

Travel Tips for Venice

hard to say what u must see,...

by Giulia_ua

hard to say what u must see, but for sure, first of all, you will go to Piazza di San Marco. I went to make sure that I was in Venice. This is central square of the city, with the San Marco cathedral, Dodge palace, bell tower, and museums. People just sit on the steps and enjoy the view. In the evenings live music (classics) is played in restaurants’ terraces on the square.

Me at St. Mark's Square...

by coceng

I approached this guy to take a photo of me; He asked me whether I was the first time in Venice & I said 'yes'.
He said that he should take the best photo of me in Venice.
I was really hoping that this photo would turn out to be my best photo in Venice. I somehow don't agree with him & what do you guys think?
He focussed on me but not the building behind me !
This is what I assumed when people are used to a digital camera, they would feel awkward holding & taking a photo with a normal conventional camera.
SO, next time when you want somebody to take a photo of yourself at a grand place, infront of a grand spot etc, make sure you look for somebody who has the same camera type as you : i.e. digital or analog...

Venice - views from waterbus #42

by Martin_S.

This is how you see the grand canal from the waterbus. It still amazes me to think that all of the buildings we see here are residences where people live and their "front door" opens directly onto a pier and their boat, no access roads, alleys or highways, not at least on dry land.


by zrim

Venice is wonderful when viewed from a large scale--standing at St. Mark's Square taking in the beauty of the entire surroundings. But then focus in on the details, train your eyes or binoculars on the sculptures and figurines that adorn the palaces and churches. Such detail filling each and every nook and cranny. It boggles the mind to think of the effort made by the artisans to produce these works. And the money that it must have cost to employ a small army of craftsmen.

Climbing Venice's Tallest Point

by msbrandysue

St. Mark's Campanile
This is the proper name for the very tall bell tower you see first when approaching Venice. It is close to 100 meters tall. If you appreciate more active travel you can even take the stairs! This exhilerating adventure will give you the most amazing pictures of Venice to be had.

HOURS: Closed Jan 7-31 Oct-Feb daily 9:30am-4pm Mar-June daily 9am-7pm July-Sept daily 9am-9pm ADMISSION: 6€ Wear good shoes to get you up there. I wouldn't recommend it if you are claustrophobic, of course. Make sure to bring your camera for your prize of the most amazing views of Venice.


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Address: Piazzale Roma 467, Venice, Veneto, 30135, Italy