Hello, we are People of Ca' Zora and we know you are looking for a wonderful not-expensive way to stay in long-time dreamed Venice.
Ca' Zora is a complex of 3 houses in a historical palace downtown in Venice close to St. Mark's Square and to Rialto Bridge. Biennale, shopping streets and museums' area are all close within 11 minutes walking.
We are not a fancy fake hotel. We have no a 24h open reception. We are regular two guys who love meeting people from all over the world and who like offering clean essential stylish accomodations. We are just like you.
You can choose to live in a typical Italian early XX century style furnished apartment or in a perfect-for-romantic-couples en-suite double bedroom.
We want you'll feel Venetians. At check-in we feed you with so many informations that you'll be able to easily move among local people, mix yourselves with them, know what happens in town, where to enjoy a spritz, to taste a cicchetto, to have a great dinner for a fair price or to buy some groceries.
Anything you might need, from a cup of coffee to a delicious restaurant's hint, you might knock on our door and ask us. The People of Ca' Zora lives next to you, we'll be there for you. And if we'll be not home, you can always call us on the phone anytime!
We haven't forgot nowadays' amenities like air conditioning, Wi-fi, kettle, private bathroom.
Come on, we are waiting for you. Be our neighbor!
Canx policy 72hrs
Check-In by appointment from 11:11 till 20:20. Of course later check in are possible, however notice that sometimes we might add a tiny extra fee. Not always, just sometimes.
Check-Out before 11:11. However you can drop your luggage by us till 18:18. For free. Always.
It's very important to inform us about your arrival time by e-mail when we contact you for the booking's confirmation. In case of late, you will have a mobile phone number to contact us. In case of more than 1 hour late without informing us, we may apply a charge.
Free deposit luggage. Breakfast is included whom has no kitchenette available.
All rooms, suites and apartments are totally No-smoking. You smoke in the room, you pay a penalty fee.
Since Aug. 23rd 2011the Municipality of Venice will charge every visitor in town of a 3,00 per day. This tax is not included in our rates.
This is a Trusted Review. Why?
The place is very clean and cosy with very unique interior and home atmosphere. An appartment with its own kitchen is good but in spite of the lower price, usual double room on the 2nd floor is much better, it gives you feeling of beeing in middle-centure Italy and the same time you have comfort of nowadays as well. The location is good once you find it, just follow carefully the route given at web-site and you will find it easily. The breakfast was the best I had in Italy 3 star hotels, and Antonyos' cappuccino is realy good I deffinately recomend Ca'Zora to anyone who searches a cheap and comfortable place to stay in Venice. Very good value for the price. Would stay there again when beeing in Venice. Many thanks to hosts.
This is a Trusted Review. Why?
Nice staff and clean room with very good artificial light condition. Unfortunately we got a room on the ground floor which was dark and a bit noisy. We couldn't receive the wireless as well. The bathroom was very bad as it's located under the staircase which did not allow you to stand straight...
However the renovation made inside the building was good, and it got a bit of classical sensation with modernistic style. The staff was very helpful, and the breakfast was good. The coffee was excellent and was prepared by the owner only when you started your breakfast! So it's hot and nice!
The location is great. It's a nice guesthouse to stay for young couple, but maybe not family.
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