What better location to base yourself just steps from St.Mark’s Square on the Grand Canal and close to one of Venice’s best shopping streets. This beautiful area of Venice will ensure you appreciate the city in all it’s glory, with the added convenience of the major attractions on your doorstep. St.Mark’s Square is home to St.Mark’s Basilica, Doge’s Palace and Torre dell’Orologio; three must sees during your vacation.
Staff a this exquisite hotel are more than happy to help with theatre reservations and tours as well as always being on hand with 24 hour reception and 24 hour concierge. Other facilities include a terrace area, banqueting facilities, safety deposit boxes and fitness centre.
Guest rooms are welcoming and comfortable, fitted out with cable television, private bathroom with bathtub, complimentary toiletries, bathrobe and mini-bar. Room service and a turndown service are also available.
Our top picks close to this hotel
Treat the children to some world famous gelato from one of the many street vendors. Choosing which flavour from hundreds can be difficult, which is a great excuse to keep returning to work your way through exotic flavours such as tiramisu, ginger and even asparagus!
Enjoy an aperitivo at Skyline bar for a romantic drink and snack with views of the city. Arrive in time to watch the sunset for added romance.
A trip to Venice wouldn’t be complete without at least stepping into a traditional mask shop. Ca’Macana specialises in traditional Commedia dell’arte and Venetian styles. Whether you’d like something to hang on your wall, or something to wear for your next event, you’ll find it here.
You’ll be spoilt for choice for churches and exquisite architecture in Venice. Il Redentore, built in the 16th century, was designed by the famous architect Andrea Palladio. This beautifully serene church is one of Palladio’s most acclaimed works, and well worth a visit for anyone seeking to explore the diverse religious architecture of the city.
For Eating Out
For anyone visiting the Veneto region, sampling the seafood is a must. In the fish market lies Pronto Pesce, a locally run rustic fish restaurant. The fish couldn’t be fresher, and what better way to enjoy it watching the locals at work in the market.
Those looking to party until the early hours of the morning should head to Piccolo Mondo, a small club playing disco and dance music. Perfect for partying with the locals.