Canal Grande, Venice
Beautifully styled boutique hotel right on Venice’s grand canal - live an opulent Art Deco lifestyle within minutes of the sights
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Looking out over Venice’s Canal Grande, Palazzo Barbarigo brings a touch of opulence to Serenissima, offering its guests intimacy and privacy. There can be few more romantic settings than the Venetian waterfront – just one reason why the Palazzo is such a popular choice for weddings, anniversaries and unforgettable city breaks.
Sumptuous Art Deco styling makes this hotel one for glamour-hunters, the design always remaining chic and understated, never ostentatious. Start as you mean to go on and take a water taxi to arrive here in style, soaking up the spirit of this unique destination as you go.
Once inside, you can get to know an elegant bar bound to become a favourite haunt. Each morning an extensive breakfast buffet will be waiting for you. There’s a patisserie selection of cakes, tarts and pastries, cold meats, cheeses, fruit… and of course fine Italian espresso for an authentic start to the day. In the evenings, take a drink on to the balcony and admire the wonder of the floating city… the bar serves cocktails and snacks until late.
The hotel’s palatial 16th-century exterior is impressive, while the interiors take their inspiration from a more modern age. All the amenities you would expect are here, including TV, free Wi-Fi, laundry service, air-conditioning and a minibar. Every room offers canal views, and the thoughtful design details make every one a discovery: the sensual colours, textures and materials all play their part in creating an alluring ambience you’ll remember long after you leave.
It’s easy to reach Venice’s key sights on foot, with St Mark’s Square within 20 minutes’ walk of Palazzo Barbarigo. The grand opera house Teatro la Fenice lies a similar distance away, the splendidly ornate interior making it hard to believe the building was destroyed by fire as recently as 1996. The breathtaking Palazzo Ducale, or Doge’s Palace, is not much further and another must-see. And needless to say, if you crave the classic tourist gondola thing, you can’t get much closer.
Always alive with infectious Italian spirit, Venice’s galleries, restaurants and museums continue to captivate visitors, and after staying at Palazzo Barbarigo, you’ll definitely want to come back for more.
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