Hotel Gritti Palace, Venice, Canal Grande

"One of Venice's most iconic hotels. Despite the luxury tag, retains old world Italian charm"

Directly overlooking the Grand Canal, with an incomparable view of Venice, the Palace of the Doge Gritti was commissioned in 1520 as the residence of the Doge of Venice, Andrea Gritti. The Gritti Palace was later used as the official residence of the Vatican's ambassadors to Venice. Over the centuries, it has welcomed kings and queens, prime ministers and presidents. Named to Condé Nast Traveler's 2002 Gold List and Condé Nast Traveler's 2001 Readers' Choice Awards List, the Hotel Gritti Palace is one of the world's most celebrated hotels. The hotel continues to attract elite guests today with its ideal location, luxuriously appointed rooms, attentive service, and the savory cuisine of the Club del Doge restaurant.

Renowned for its discreet, attentive service and elegant luxury, the Hotel Gritti Palace has been named one of the "Best of the Best," one of the "Top 75 Resorts in Europe," and to the Gold List Reserve by Condé Nast Traveller.

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Campo Santa Maria del Giglio 2467, 30124 Venice, Italy

Hotel facilities:

  • 91 including 6 suites. rooms available


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