What We Love
- An elegant Venice stay, with breakfast, a dining discount, entrance to the casino and moreEnjoying a dining discount in the hotel’s restaurant, with views of St. Mark’s Basilica
- Immersing yourself in the history and culture of Venice from the moment you check in
- Opting for an elegant room with a view over the world-famous St. Mark's Square
What To Know
- Some rooms have views of St. Mark's Basilica and the clock tower, but regardless of your room, you'll hear the clock tower bells chime each hour
- Rooms are done up in classic Venetian decor
- Free WiFi
There’s plenty to love about Hotel Concordia – not least its address. Set in the heart of one of the most beautiful cities in the world, Hotel Concordia overlooks Venice’s most distinguished plazas – St Mark’s square – and is just steps away from some of the city’s best shops, restaurants, theaters and other cultural attractions.
It’s not all about location, location, location here, though. This former 17th-century Venetian home has enjoyed a head-to-toe renovation and offers luxurious accommodation, with modern facilities and gorgeous period details, such as original antique furniture, Murano chandeliers, marble bathrooms and precious Venetian mosaics. After a day of sightseeing, you can head to the elegant restaurant for delicious Venetian fare, or sip local wines as you enjoy magnificent views of St. Mark’s Basilica.
The bedrooms here are tributes to ornate 18th-century Venice, with authentic and carefully restored furnishings, brocades and wooden sculptures. You’ll feel like an Italian noble in the gorgeous Classic room, but for a truly memorable stay, opt for the Superior room – boasting views across St. Mark’s Square.
The hotel’s exclusive restaurant, La Piazzetta, serves a delicious menu showcasing local cuisine. Take in the magnificent view of St. Mark’s Basilica from this elegant setting, and enjoy a taste of the local wines in the bar lounge afterward.
The Hotel Concordia has an unbeatable location in the heart of Venice, as the only hotel overlooking one of the world’s most famous squares, the Piazza San Marco. Surrounded by shops, restaurants, cinemas, theaters and art galleries, it’s a fantastic base from which to explore this beautiful city. We recommend starting with an al-fresco cup of coffee on the square, before checking out the Santa Maria Formosa Cathedral and the opulent Saint Mark’s Basilica.From here, the rest of the city is right at your fingertips, so hop on a gondola to check out the sights, grab a gelato while strolling the maze of streets, and sample local dishes, such as sarde in saor (fried sardine fillets marinated in vinegar, onions, raisins and pine nuts).
How to Get There
Arrived in Venice for a little break and got to the hotel in St Marks Square, we were put in a double room that we had paid a premium price for only to find that it was so tiny, we asked to be moved and at the reception desk was told that this would cost us an extra £250, which we reluctantly paid as we could not stay in this hotel otherwise!
Hotel Concordia is in a great location.
Most of the staff were friendly and helpful.
The rooms were traditionally styled. They were small. The bathroom was recently updated and very clean, however it was a very small space.
2 flights of stairs from the entry to reception point. A very efficient porter assists with luggage. There are small lifts from reception and dining room to the rooms.
This small family run hotel is located at St.Marks square, from the breakfast room you can see Saint Mark Basilica, absolutly perfect location. We took a speed boat water taxi from Marco Polo airport straight to Saint Mark Square dock, just 5 mins walk to the hotel.
The room was nice & reasonable size including a sofa bed for our 15 yrs old, buffet breakfast was very well cartered for from hot items to fruits, all included in our room rate.
Nice friendly staff was very helpful. However they forgot to mention the private cruise & dinner they booked for us didnt include the returne water taxi from the restaurant, 150 euro private cruise end up cost extra 70 for the return trip.
The room was an upgrade but didn’t get much sleep as there was work going on with in or just outside the property. One staff member was trying to help us locate a phone number as our bags were lost. On the other end of reception three other people were checking out. The man who was helping us was told to stop and to help him. When I bought this up with the man, who was a manager he couldn’t have given me the time of day. His response was if you think you understood what I was saying I could comment. Just because I don’t speak a language does not mean I do not understand it, also the fact that the other man told me he would help me later. I also bought up about the fact of the noise level. At no time during our exchange did that manager look at me instead he dismissed me like I was worth nothing.
This was a great location to spend 2 days in Venice. So easy to access the major tourist attractions.
The sad thing about Venice is the number of tourists and big groups. The staff were helpful and obliging. Breakfast was adequate.