The legendary Venetian hotel was built at the end of the 14th-century by the Dandolos, a noble family of the era. It adjoins several other buildings constructed in the 14th and 15th centuries. Remarkable features like the pink facade with marble sills, white turrets, and balconies with pointed arches make it easy to recognize.
Although the name gives an impression of a single building, it's three different sections that have been divided between family members in the 16th-century. It has been welcoming guests since 1822, and during its long history, Hotel Danieli has been frequented by many notable artists, writers, and musicians. Among them were Goethe, Wagner, Charles Dickens, Byron, and Peggy Guggenheim.
The three palaces connected by covered bridges together have 204 guestrooms and suites, many of them facing the Venice lagoon. Elegant decorations reflect the rich cultural heritage of Venice. In addition, top Italian brands provide bath amenities to guarantee that you will be properly pampered.
The panoramic restaurant, Terrazza Danieli, offers amazing "Serenissima" views and an exquisite list of food and drink options for a romantic candle-lit dinner. The hotel overlooks the magical Venice lagoon with spectacular views of the Grand Canal and islands, with the St. Mark's Square only a short walk away.