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Venice, Italy, West Europe
The legendary Venetian hotel was built at the end of the 14th-century by the Dandolos, a noble family of the era. It adjoins a number of other buildings constructed in the 14th and 15th centuries. Remarkable features like the pink facade with marble sills, white turrets, and balconies with pointed ...
Location, location, location! The Gritti Palace Venice is a 15th century palazzo located along Italy’s Grand Canal, looking across the water to Santa Maria della Salute, a gorgeous church, and to the Palazzo Venier dei Leoni, home to the Guggenheim Museum. All 61 rooms and 21 suites at the Gritti ...
In a beautiful city made up of 118 small islands, there are plenty of wonderful accommodations to choose from. But if you want a truly unique experience in Venice, the Aman Venice - Grand Canal Hotel is the perfect spot. Situated in a 16th-century palazzo on the Grand Canal, the ...
With over 450 palaces and 177 canals, Venice is a beautiful city in Italy and the accommodations at the Belmond are fit to match. Located at the tip of Giudecca Island, this hotel offers a complimentary 24-hour boat service to transport guests to and from Piazzetta San Marco (St Mark’s ...
This is one of the most culturally rich hotels ever. Built in the 15th-century during the renaissance, over the centuries this building has hosted Vivaldi, Proust, and Sigmund Freud. Recent renovations have turned it into an award-winning hotel with a Michelin-starred restaurant. Take a chill pill in the Citrus Garden, ...
A luxury 26ft cruise boat that will take you to Venice and Croatia. Breakfast is served on board and you can eat dinner in their luxury on-board restaurant. The top deck is equipped with sun loungers and there is a covered bar and lounge to sit in. Below deck, there ...
Ok, so you can enter this Venetian boutique hotel in a gondola, sailing in under the portcullis into the kind of mysterious tunnel you might expect to find Cardinal Richelieu doing something crafty in; but luckily for you, this is not revolutionary France, this is modern-day Venice and you are ...