Leaning majestically on the banks of the Grand Canal, between Ca’ D’Oro and the Rialto Bridge, the 14th Century Palace Hotel has been declared a National Monument and still preserves the untouched beauty of an ancient noble residence. The restoration was done maintaining all of the original historical features and artistic riches and your surroundings are simply sumptuous.
The ballrooms and the rooms are magnificent and are home to important artworks, including paintings by the most representative Venetian painters of the 17th and 18th centuries, such as Sebastiano Ricci, Giambattista Tiepolo, Niccolò Bambini and Pietro Longhi. The grand staircase seems to have been designed with a bride in mind.
A Private Palazzo, a Noble Residence, a Museum, a Luxury Hotel and much more…
- 5* Luxury Hotel
- Restaurant serving refined Venetian cuisine.
- The Music Hall for elaborate events.
- Bar serving evening cocktails and afternoon teas.
- 42 Rooms and Suites: most of the 42 bedrooms and suites still retain many signs of a glorious past, including superb masterpieces by important 17th and 18th century Venetian artists. Each room enjoys views over the Grand Canal and rooftops and piazzas is uniquely decorated with a slightly different style of refined elegance.
With its splendid panoramic terrace on the Grand Canal, the restaurant is open all year round to allow you to indulge your passion for Venice and your love for the best food and wine. In an exclusive setting, offering an original cuisine based on the local Venetian traditions.
The Rialto market is just in front of the hotel: just cross the canal to experience the seasons of the sea and the fresh products. The restaurant is an eloquent expression of the Mediterranean creativity, where you can encounter the wonders of Venice at your fingertips.
Civil in the Palazzo Cavalli - Venice or the Murano Palazzo on the Island of Murano. Catholic in one of several historic churches or basilicas. Some of the sumptuous private halls are available for symbolic or non-denominational ceremonies.