Large room over looking the canal, floods made interesting viewing. If going this time of year take your welly boots or be prepared to buy some. canal levels go up by 6 foot and water across paths, piazza and hotel reception. life continues regardless and water subsides after couple of hours.
Breakfast room over looking canal, plenty of choice, cereal, bacon and omelette, cold meats and cheese, bread and fruit.
Hotel spotlessly clean, clean towels and toiletries.
Would go back again and recommend.
disappointed from Wootton
Adjacent to Venice's largest gondola station in a basin constructed for the noble Orseolo family's palace, this hotel steps …More
"Close to all San Marcos and Venice have to offer"
We had a very pleasant 4 night stay at the PB in late March. Weather was hit and miss so it was nice that the hotel was in a good location close to many restaurants and shopping and also had a good bar. In particular our bartender Giampaolo was a great host to us. When we were looking for a real Venice "authentic" pub and restaurant, he literally closed the bar temporarily and walked us over to it, and ensured that we got a table. Outstanding customer service! The rest of the hotel staff was equally great. We were originally given a handicap accessible room and they accommodated bumping us up to a bigger room th next night which was nice. Overall we would stay at the Palace again!
Frenchy from North Bend, WA
Opened in 2004, this contemporary 70-room Venice hotel lies on the main street between St Mark's Square, 175 meters away, and …More
We hired a water taxi to take 6 of us from the airport to the hotel, it took just 30 minutes. We were met in the reception by a beaming male receptionist, who fortunately spoke very good English. He told us of the amenities of the hotel, the time for breakfast and where to have it and answered all our questions knowledgeably We had booked 2 quadruple rooms as there were 2 children in our party. Both rooms overlooked the canal, were spacious and clean. There was a shower in both rooms, no bath, which suited each of us. There was a small patio on the fourth floor which was classed as the quiet corner and this housed a computer and an honesty bar. The hotel is situated just a few hundred yards from St Marks Square which was ideal for two of us as walking is difficult and also just a few hundred yards from the water bus. We purchased a 3 day bus ticket which we used to travel around Venice and also to visit Murano to view the glass made there. Next door to the hotel is VinoVino which has good quality food at reasonable prices and of course alcohol. We dined there twice as we enjoyed the food, the atmosphere and the very friendly staff and it was only 20 yards from the hotel front door. There are so many alleyways and bridges in Venice that we had only enough time to see part of it, another visit beckons. Venice is very expensive but well worth a visit and we would not hesitate to recommend a few days there. The same goes for the Hotel dell 'Opera. We had a very enjoyable time.
Mike from Shropshire
Located in San Marco, this romantic hotel is within a 10-minute walk of La Fenice Opera House, St. Mark's Basilica, and …More
Arrived late due to a flight delay but a swift check in and straight out to eat... Room was a little noisy but we got moved with no problems the next day. (noise was from outside the Hotel)
Have read reviews that this hotel is "dated"... well it's a very old building in an ancient City, the decor is perfect for the setting and the room was spotless! Special mention for Martina... new but very eager to please and learn!
As Hotel owners, we know the difficulty in finding good staff... the Concordia has done a superb job............
SlippyMick from Blackpool
Smart boutique hotel in the beating heart of Venice, in the midst of the finest sights in the city. The Hotel Concordia …More
San Marco (St Mark’s) is quintessential visitors’ Venice. The Piazza San Marco, famous for its pigeons, campanile, basilica, Palazzo Ducale (Doge’s Palace) and expensive cafes, is unmissable. The waterfront views are legendary and more gondolas depart from here than anywhere else in the city. In season the Piazza teems with day trippers though just a block or two away streets are quiet and offer more museums and palaces to explore.