Welcome to Liassidi Palace Hotel, your Venice “home away from home.” Liassidi Palace Hotel aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Nearby landmarks such as San Giorgio Maggiore (0.4 mi) and Ponte di Rialto (0.5 mi) make Liassidi Palace a great place to stay when visiting Venice.
Rooms at Liassidi Palace Hotel provide a flat screen TV, a minibar, and air conditioning, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
In addition, while staying at Liassidi Palace guests have access to 24 hour front desk, room service, and 24 hour check-in. You can also enjoy free breakfast.
While in Venice, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Liassidi Palace Hotel, including Ristorante Tintoretto (0.9 mi), Trattoria Al Gazzettino (0.3 mi), and Dal Moro's Fresh Pasta to Go (0.2 mi).
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Doge's Palace (0.3 mi), Basilica di San Marco (0.2 mi), or Campanile di San Marco (0.3 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
Liassidi Palace Hotel puts the best of Venice at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
My husband booked a romantic break for my 40th. We told the hotel in advance it was a special occasion and our first child-free break in 7 years. We booked a classic room and we’re excited to stay (hotel location is fab). When we checked in, we were given 3 keys and a map and told our room was actually out of the hotel a few streets away. We were a bit confused as definitely booked the hotel - but it turns out some rooms are in a different location! We were taken to the room, it’s in a residential block down a dark street (with no streetlight at night). The block had rubbish and bicycles in the hallway / communal areas. We normally book Airbnb so don’t mind this kind of stay but this definitely wasn’t what we booked or wanted on this stay. When we asked to stay in the hotel building and advised this wasn’t what we booked, the female receptionist was rude. We were offered two options in the actual hotel - one was a suite (but we would have to pay €200 more and change rooms on the 3rd night) or a downgraded, very old room - which was not what we paid for…. We ended up staying in the residential block. It’s definitely not what we wanted, we had to wait an hour for a visit at 11pm the night before we left as the safe stopped working and our things were stuck inside - and it took a while to get someone to visit away from the hotel. Plug didn’t work…. Anyway, very disappointing and be very careful if you book a classic room as it might not actually be in the hotel!!!…
The Liassidi is located in a stately old palazzo on the Canal dei Greici. The structure and its location make for a really good base in Venice. Walk one way and you are in a not-too-tourist neighborhood, walk the other and St Marks is ten minutes away. Modern amenities are uneven, but overall, we really liked it and plan to return. We came with two other couples and really enjoyed it. Positives: Rooms on the 4th floor are huge and suites are much more room than guests will use unless they bring lots of kids. Many on other floors are smaller. Service is excellent, with attentive, friendly, knowledgeable staff. The main public area is an atrium garden that doubles as a bar and just a casual place to sit. The hotel can arrange the many kinds of day or evening trips visitors may want, and is known enough that any water taxi can find it. Baths have been remodeled. Negatives: Breakfast is only adequate and its staff the least friendly in the hotel (“no, you can’t pull two tables together”). However, there is a solution. Don’t buy the breakfast! There is a nice place serving a better breakfast with friendlier staff just across the bridge over the canal dei Greici. At some point interior furnishings were chosen that are either bland and out of keeping with the architecture or pseudo-grand in a stage prop sort of way - and the two genres are mixed. Though we didn’t need AC another couple in our group wanted it and it didn’t work. Summary: We enjoyed it so much that we forgive the imperfections. Photos are a view from the window of our room and the front of the hotel from across the canal.…
A massive positive is location - a really quiet area close to St Mark's but away from the hustle and bustle. The courtyard area and reception are welcoming and look pleasant. The bar was not open for two nights of our stay so we cannot comment on it as didn't use as we had found alternatives by the time it did open. Our rooms 302 & 303 were reasonably spacious and spotlessly clean, but had a little of the faded grandeur about them. The mirrored ceiling in 303 and the damp patches and missing plaster in 302 was a bit off putting! The bathrooms were spotlessly clean, but the showers were inadequate for a four star graded hotel. The shower in room 302 is only able to be used hand held, the shower in 303 can be put on the wall but the shower screen is so old and doesn't fit properly that water comes through and soaks the floor The route from reception to our rooms can only be described as grim, as can be seen in the photos. Not what I'd expect at all in a four star hotel. Breakfast was very poor, a very limited selection of cold, continental style breakfast, no facilities to make your own hot drinks which had to be served to you. The only hot food on offer seemed to be scrambled eggs with sausage which was very greasy. The fruit juice was particularly poor quality. …
We had a great five nights at this hotel. It is perfectly located just outside the hustle and bustle yet only a five minutes walk from Piazza San Marco. The breakfast is still somewhat restricted in terms of having to be served everything at your table however the staff were more than accommodating to each request. The courtyard at the front of the building is lovely.
Such a great location, very comfortable and clean, beautiful paintings hanging all over the hotel, and just a lovely and authentic interior. The staff were the real stand out part of our experience here. Very friendly, accommodating, and helpful. Shout out to Enrico especially for making us feel so welcome, for giving us excellent food recommendations, and for always welcoming us with a big smile. RECOMMENDED!
This hotel is located 5 minutes from the Marco Polo Plaza and all the touristic attractions. The front desk people were helpful and nice. The place is clean and conveniently located to local restaurants and places. The breakfast service needs improvement beginning with the service. I am sure there are more than 1 worker but we saw only one rude lady. She was plain hateful. Other than that I would rate this hotel as just average.
There's almost nothing to complain about this place. It's clean, comfortable, service is friendly. value is great. (My room wasn't in the palazzo but nearby). But don't come here if you have to work. And don't trust them if they tell you they've got wifi. Their wifi is crap.
I Booked a room with canal view and was upgraded on a marvelous corner suite of 55 SQM on second floor. Superb view on the bridge of the greeks and canal, private sauna and room with 5 windows, enormous living room before the entrance. Large bathroom with jacuzzi and celling with 4 meters. 5 minutes walk from San Zaccaria vaporetto stop, take the small calle de la Pietà, between the church and hotel Metropole. Good breakfast on the courtyard. You can go to a Murano visit with free with taxi, start every morning. 5 minutes walk to San Marco place and 10 to Rialto bridge. Wifi work even on the restaurant on the other side of the bridge. A great expérience,
I stayed with my partner for a couple of days at the beginning of July 20. The price is slightly below other 4 star hotels with similar ratings and that s the reason why we ended up there. But don't be fooled by the price. The hotel is nowhere near the level you'd expect from a 4 star hotel with an excellent ranking. The corridors are old and ugly, the parquet is extremely cheap, it does not have a proper lobby. Our room, despite being not the cheapest one, was small, with an old and worn carpet (when was the last time it was properly cleaned), full of sign of tears. The bathroom would have been ok, unfortunately the shower was incredibly uncomfortable. Definitely a no go. I know venice fairly well and there are either some B&B which are cheaper and much nicer and some 5* hotels which, for a moderate price increase, will provide you with much better accomodation. The only pros of this place is the reception staff, very nice and helpful…
Booked the Liassidi Palace direct and very good service all round. Very quaint hotel typically Venetian with nice entrance courtyard from street. Room was small but adequate with all standard equipment and ensuite. Breakfasthad good buffet and room in lovely position right on the canal. Hotel is in great location only minutes from St Mark's Square but on a quiet side street.