A centrally located canal side choice with an upmarket and subtle opulence that attracts discerning travellers wanting luxury orientated surroundings without paying 5-star prices.
Style and elegance prevails throughout the palatial lounges with their colourful, striped furnishings adding a true Venetian flavour.
Previously a Ducal Palace the exterior is discreet looking and rather plain apart from the authentic embellishment to the façcde overlooking the Grand Canal where there is a special landing stage for water taxis.
Property type: Hotel
Balcony/Terrace: Some rooms
Built Year: 1500s
A wide central lobby has many artworks on display and has a few comfortable seats beside the walls. A friendly looking wood panelled reception area affords a warm welcome and a long lounge area has an assortment to richly coloured striped chairs and sofas which add style and splendor to the already ornate surroundings.
A bar area has a distinct club like appeal and the comfortable breakfast room has a wood panelled servery and a fresh array of blue and cream-coloured textiles.
There are no grounds apart from a wide rooftop terrace with seating offering sweeping views over the Grand Canal.
Area Type: On a smart cul-de-sac, on the edge of the Grand Canal with the Rialto Bridge 100 yds away and a superior 5-star property on the opposite side of the square. There is a good supply of shops, bars and restaurants along the main street from 50 yds away and the Ca' d'oro water bus stop is 80 yds away.
- In-room facilities
- Air conditioning
- Room(s) for disabled
- TV (English language)
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