AddressCalle del Tragheto della Madoneta, 1434 VeniceSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Brothers Giorgio and Matteo inherited this Grand Canal palace and restored its Murano glass chandeliers, Louis XIV love-seat and namesake 16th-century angels. Guestrooms feature beamed ceilings, antique carpets and big bathrooms; some have Grand Canal or secluded courtyard views. Hearty breakfasts are made with organic products and served on antique china in the dining room, overlooking the Grand Canal.
Our independent authors have visited Ca' Angeli and selected this as one of our recommended accommodation in Sestiere di San Polo & Santa Croce (Santa Crose).
Description provided by property
Ca' Angeli has great views over the Grand Canal from its lounge and breakfast room. Rialto Bridge is close by and Santa Lucia Station is a 10-minute walk away.
The nearest water bus stop is San Silvestro. From here you can walk to the Ca'Angeli without crossing any bridges. The B&B also has a private moor, where water taxis can dock.
Ca' Angeli has just 6 rooms, all of which feature classic décor, LCD satellite TV and Wi-Fi access. The continental breakfast includes organic products..
There is a small library and a lounge with antique furniture at Ca' Angeli.
Services & facilities
- Non-smoking throughout
- Non-smoking rooms
- Internet services
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