Palazzo Cendon – Le Mansarde
What We Love
- A classy stay on a Venice canal, with a welcome drink and daily breakfast includedStaying in an elegantly furnished room on the hotel's upper floors
- Bedding down in a 15th-century palace, steeped in history and set by a beautiful Venetian canal
- Savoring your complimentary welcome drink and daily breakfast
- Taking a boat ride early in the morning before an afternoon of sightseeing on land
What To Know
- Built in 1437 by a family of Venetian merchants
- Some rooms overlook the canal
- Convenient location near the train station and water taxi stops
- WiFi costs extra
A stay at Palazzo Cendon – Le Mansarde places you in the heart of Venice, walking distance from Palazzo Labia and Guglie Bridge. This townhouse accommodation is close to Rialto Bridge and St. Mark’s Basilica.
Make yourself at home in one of the 6 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators and minibars. Flat-screen televisions with satellite programming provide entertainment, while wireless Internet access (surcharge) keeps you connected. Private bathrooms have rainfall showerheads and complimentary toiletries. Conveniences include safes and desks, and housekeeping is provided daily.
Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities
Make use of convenient amenities, which include wireless Internet access (surcharge) and tour/ticket assistance.
Food & Drink
A complimentary buffet breakfast is served daily from 8 AM to 10 AM.
Business & Travel Amenities
Featured amenities include multilingual staff, luggage storage, and an elevator (lift). Planning an event in Venice? This townhouse accommodation has facilities measuring 269 square feet (25 square meters), including a meeting room.
How to Get There
Palazzo Cendon is barely 7 minutes walking distance from the Venezia St. Lucia train station.
Our room did not have much of a view but was charming in an old fashioned way.
Old cupboards and wallpaper. TV with mostly Italian channels.
The bathroom was quite big and modern.
Breakfast was ok nothing special.
This hotel had an elevator unlike most hotels in Venice.
City tax : €3 per person/night payable in cash on checkout.
Room tour video on youtube channel: uchil911
Spent 3 nights here with my husband. Lovely room (junior suite) with a balcony and view of the canal, and excellent value for Venice!
Staff were very friendly and helpful, notably the lady at breakfast (apologies for not knowing her name), but particularly the delightful Silvia, who seemed to be always around and ready to help guests.
This hotel in Cannaregio was a very pleasant surprise, after the horrible hotel we had at the beginning of our trip (Hotel Graspo de Ua). They had a lift to take us up to our room, which was very attractive. Bathroom was modern & spacious. The breakfast was good and reasonable. I would definitely stay there again!
We stayed at this hotel for 2 nights on our recent trip to Italy. This was our 5th stay in Venice. We were looking for a place near the train station where we did not have to cross any bridges with our luggage. The Cendon caught my eye with the picture of the junior suite with a balcony. We booked a junior suite and wound up in room 1. It was just like the picture. The room was nice and big for being in Venice. The balcony was really nice. And best of all my wife was impressed. The breakfast was typical with meet cheese and fruit. We also found it very convenient to catch the water transit Alilaguna to Marco Polo Airport. You can catch it from the Guglie stop which is right across the canal. 15 Euro PP. You do have to cross a bridge with your luggage to get to the Guglie Stop.
I found it to be the easiest and fastest way to the airport. You used to have to walk on a sidewalk from the terminal to the dock. Now it is all enclosed with people movers.
I definitely would recommend this hotel, especially the Junior Suite with a balcony.
After research I decided on this property and it was a good decision. Located in a quiet alleyway just off a quiet canal street is located this small hotel. We booked 2 rooms for three nights and were assigned two rooms closet to the service desk. The rooms were large with separate bedrooms off large sitting rooms. The sitting rooms had large L-shaped sitting areas that I guess would have accommodated smaller children. They also contained a dining table with chairs. There was plenty of closet and storage space. Considering the size of the rooms, the bathrooms were much smaller. Heavier people might have some qualm with the size. The toilet and bidet actually faced each other in our room and it would be tight if handicapped or too large. Same goes for the shower. Just a warning. It was fine for us but I can understand that some groups might be uncomfortable. Nice amenities were provided. There was a very small TV in the bedroom but none in the sitting area. If you are in Venice for television, don't go. A free breakfast buffet was served from 8-10. Cold cuts, cheeses, breads, boiled eggs, cereals, etc. Not overwhelming but included and adequate to start the day. Coffee, juices, milk also included. Finding might be a little tricky so I'll give you my directions. From the Guglie vaporetto stop. Turn right when you get off at the stop. Go down to the bridge and walk over, immediately take the street along the canal. Walk down until you get to the restaurant named Al Parlamento. Immediately turn left at the alleyway after the restaurant. Go down a few feet and the hotel entrance is on the right. The hotel has 20 rooms. The desk staff is terrific. They speak fluent English and are helpful to a fault. One of them told me that her favorite rooms are on the 1st floor facing the canal. In Europe the first floor is usually our second floor since the ground floor is generally designated as 0. I would stay here again in a heartbeat. Value, history, location, friendliness, etc. abound.