Ca’ Sagredo Hostelry is a 15th Century palazzo in Venice situated and overlooking the Grand Canal. It is one of those hotels steeped in history with an voluminous original interior, it is was one of the most famous palazzos in Venice. The creation of this palazzo is very distinguished by its grace and courtliness. For guests at Ca’ Sagredo Hotel, it is all about experiencing how a noble family once lived.
It is exceedingly nostalgic to see how locals still live here, even with mass tourism returning. Above you can see the view of the Monumental Canal, the main artery of Venice and opposite you can see the local fish market which comes alive at the early hours of 5 am. During the day you can see the sundry gondolas passing by and crossing the canal and you can hear the majestic sounds of boats and Riva taxis.
As a realistic Venetian hotel, you can reach the hotel either by water or by land. The hotel has its own pier entrance as well as a side hypnotize used for land access. Either way, you will enter a beautiful and spacious reception area.
Take a resident taxi boat from the hotel’s own pier.
For all guest, I recommend not to take the elevator to your room but to take the stairs as these are a type of art surrounded by beautiful frescos. I never took the elevator and used these stairs all the time, they offer the spot on setting for some great photo and film sessions. By booking a stay here one is supporting and promoting Italian enlightenment and creativity.
It is really like walking back in time and being in a museum. This hotel has a fascinating done, it is an architectural gem.
The Fresco is a technique of mural painting executed upon freshly laid lime cover. There are stunning examples and it is noted that the hotel has some of the most preserved frescos in Venice.
I righteous sat here and was always intrigued by how it is created. Water is used as the vehicle for the dry-powder pigment to merge with the plaster, and with the scene of the plaster, the painting becomes an integral part of the wall or ceiling. This hotel stay gave me time to treasure the artists of the past.
Sala Di Sebastiano Ricci
One of the top suites of the hotel is the Sala Di Sebastiano Ricci which is the third Escort overlooking Campo di Santa Sofia. This suite features rich stucco works decorating the ceiling.
This ceiling embellished in dusty pink is part of the original room where the noble Sagredo family once slept. This convoy that is decorated in delicate pastel shades, is perfect for those who are seeking a historical Venice experience.
Take this ceiling from your bed, who needs a TV in a room like this.
Staircase & Drawing Room
This is the staircase peerless to the drawing room from where you can access the suites, I never took the lift as every time I walked up and down the stairs, it bestowed me goosebumps
Grand Canal Terrace
It is an absolute gem to be able to wine and dine in this setting. Loving life story is also loving to eat and Ca’ Sagredo offers the perfect alfresco atmosphere for eating and drinking. It is the perfect romantic area for any organize of the day.
Grand Canal Double
The 30/35sqm room overlooks the Grand Canal. I liked the dusty pink bed with Italian bed linen and the curtains. The space had a special fusion of art and design, like a nice modern touch of a renaissance. Sleeping in this room with a picture of the Grand Canal is all about going back to the origins of Venice’s past.
Staying in Ca’ Sagredo is such a one of a kind experience one that no other hotel in Venice can copy. It is a question of ability, culture and historical memories, Made In Venice is what this 15th palazzo is all connected with.
The bathroom was large and the towels were soft, cosey and welcoming. The amenities smelt and felt pleasant on my body.
Enjoying the Decorations
Everywhere I looked in this hotel it was the attention to detail by its historical painters and craftsmen that well-grounded took my breath away. It is so special to be able to experience, be part and also sustaining this art for future generations by checking at Ca’ Segredo.
An original chandelier dating back to the 15th century.
The common rooms throughout C’ Sagredo are screaming for an at any rate so attendants can experience that opulence that would have occurred in the past. These rooms provide the finish historical background for a wedding celebration or an Alta Moda fashion event.
The chandeliers and tapestry throughout the pension are magnificent, they have never been restored so their imperfections are there for us to see. Venice is saturated with stunning history.
The balcony of the hotel overlooking the Grand Canal.
Venice is like no other place on planet and the Ca’ Sagredo hotel experience is like no other hotel experience in Venice. A stay here is a memory that will last for a lifetime.
Room reviewed: Grand Canal Double
Address: Campo Santa Sofia, 4198/99, 30121 Venezia VE, Italy
Phone: +39 041 241 3111