Hotel Moresco has been designed to make your stay unforgettable. With an elegant garden and relaxing study, you'll find plenty of places to have a drink and unwind from a long day exploring the city or at work. In the study, you'll find a cozy leather armchair where you can sip on a glass of wine in front of a warm fireplace. By picking up one of the many books in the library, you can immerse yourself in the fascinating history of Venice. You could explore the hotel and hang out all day, but don't forget to check out the city as well, and Hotel Moresco will be waiting for you when you return.
The 15th-century palace, that is Ca Sagredo Hotel, was declared a national monument and functions today as a museum, luxury hotel, and noble residence. Inside you will find a magnificent ballroom and beautiful marble staircase, and outside you can view the wonderful canal and the historical Rialto Market. The hotel’s 42 Venetian styled rooms and suites are sights to behold in themselves, filled with and calming and inviting atmosphere. Don't forget to take time to dine in the waterside L'Alcova restaurant with terrace over the Grand Canal. The restaurant follows a "Back to Nature" approach, serving a tasty variety of Venetian dishes from fresh ingredients and local sources.
At Hotel Londra Palace, you get all of the luxury and character of a historic hotel with the highest quality amenities and top services. The hotel's 100 windows have been overlooking the San Marco Basin for over 140 years, and the hotel contains 53 unique rooms. Besides the Sam Marco Basin, there is also an outstanding view of the Venetian Lagoon and the historic city's bell towers and rooftops. Loris Indri is the artistic chef of Do Leoni, the hotel's traditional yet innovative restaurant that provides exceptional dining services. The hotel is also just moments away from Piazza San Marco and the Bridge of Signs, but is easily accessible to the rest of the city by water buses and taxis which can be found opposite the hotel.
Staying at Hotel Palazzo Stern is like taking a step back in time. The hotel is near Saint Mark's Square and is surrounded by artistic beauty of the city and filled with decor and art work from all ages. The hotel was built in the 15th century by the Malpaga family and later bought by the Stern Family in the early 20th century, who rebuilt and expanded the building but kept many of the old parts. They added incredible works of art, mosaics, sculptures, and new architectural designs. With a breathtaking city view from the terrace and a relaxing rooftop with a Jacuzzi, the final renovations made Hotel Palazzo Stern a remarkable place to visit.
Hotel Canal Grande is a boutique hotel in Venice also knows as the "Boutique Hotel of the Venetian 1700's." This stunning hotel faces the Canal Grande, overlooking a Venetian square. It is also just a few minutes from Santa Lucia train station, the Rialto, St. Mark's Square, and Piazzale Roma. This hotel will surround you with the atmosphere of ancient Venice with art and history, inspired by the Queen of the Adriatic.