A city unlike any other, Venice never loses its capacity to romance and enchant. With canals for streets, water shimmers everywhere, which reflects many of the historic buildings, fabulous palaces, and churches of what was once a wealthy trading centre between Europe and the Orient. Wandering through the narrow alleyways you will uncover centuries of glorious history, nearly always ending up at the Palazzo Ducale and Basilica di San Marco. The showstopper that is the Piazza San Marco is always a firm favourite with tourists, but this fairy-tale city has much more to offer than its magnificent architecture. Sit back and soak up the atmosphere as gondoliers paddle you along the canals, sip coffee in a sunny square, enjoy a candle-lit dinner, or make the most of happy hour when the bars serve lavish spreads of Venetian tapas.
Ca’ Di Dio
Just a 15-minute stroll from the Rialto Bridge, in the Arsenale district where the Biennale takes place, is the stylish, hip yet historically aware Ca' di Dio. As much a house as a hotel, Ca’ di Dio appeals to a young, design-co [...]View Hotel
The Gritti Palace, a Luxury Collection Hotel
With ‘Palace’ in its name, you would be right to expect opulence and a sense of occasion during your stay at this Grande Dame of the Venetian hotel scene. Perfectly poised overlooking the canals, this historic property feels a [...]View Hotel
The St. Regis Venice
Commanding one of the best addresses in the city for over a century and a half, The St. Regis Venice steals the show in terms of setting, style, service and sophistication. The historic façade gives way to chic, contemporary inte [...]View Hotel