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Giudecca, Lido & the Southern Islands
16 reviews
Secreted away on Giudecca Island is the glamorous, lagoon-facing Belmond Hotel Cipriani. — Afar Magazine
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Sestiere di San Marco
15 reviews
Guests at the Gritti Palace on the Grand Canal don't have to leave their balconies to go sightseeing: this landmark 1525 doge’s palace sports Landmark Grand Canal rooms with Rubelli silk damask lining, antique fainting couches, stucco ceilings, hand-painted vanities and bathrooms sheathed in rare marble — Lonely Planet
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Sestiere di San Marco
13 reviews
Don't let the modern lobby throw you. This inn, just a few blocks from Piazza San Marco, is one of the top deluxe hotels in town and the only one not owned by a large chain. — Frommer's
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Sestiere di San Polo & Santa Croce (Santa Crose)
10 reviews
A doge of a deal near the Grand Canal, steps from San Stae vaporetto stop, with prime dining nearby and in-house Turkish bath. — Lonely Planet
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Sestiere di Castello
12 reviews
The Londra Palace is located on bustling Riva degli Schiavoni, close to St Mark's Square and with views that are the envy of other Venice hotels — The Telegraph
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Sestiere di San Marco
13 reviews
17th-century palazzo with a courtyard garden. — Travel + Leisure
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Sestiere di Cannaregio
12 reviews
"A beautifully renovated" palace with a pink facade on the Grand Canal, it once belonged to Nicolò Sagredo, Venice’s ambassador to Rome in the seventeenth century. — Condé Nast Traveler
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San Polo
11 reviews
George and Amal Clooney spent their wedding night at this ultra-luxurious 1500s palace hotel on the Grand Canal, so it’s probably safe to assume that it’s fancy enough for the rest of us — Time Out
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Sestiere di Cannaregio
10 reviews
Guests get plenty of personal attention at this intimate, family-managed property, and the free breakfast includes homemade pastries, crepes, eggs, fruit, and cold cuts. — Oyster
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Sestiere di San Marco
13 reviews
In a 15th-century palazzo, this hotel has little remaining period decor, with the exception of the original frescoes and stucco decorations in the conference room. — Time Out
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Sestiere di Castello
8 reviews
A chic boutique stay in a historic palazzo near St. Mark’s Square, with a Michelin-starred restaurant – includes breakfast and a welcome gift. — Jetsetter
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Sestiere di Castello
13 reviews
One of the most sumptuous hotels in Venice since 1822. — Frommer's
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Sestiere di Dorsoduro
10 reviews
With two lovely gardens flanked by canals, and an old-fashioned air in a less-touristy zone, the three-star Pensione Accademia — Villa Maravege has a genteel, throw-back charm. — The Telegraph
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Sestiere di San Marco
10 reviews
Sporting a boho-chic look, the Novocento is a real charmer. Its nine individually designed rooms ooze style with Turkish kilim pillows, Fortuny draperies and 19th-century carved bedsteads. — Lonely Planet
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Sestiere di San Marco
13 reviews
Historic hotel that offers an upscale environment in a prime location near St. Mark's Square, and the price reflects that. — Oyster
8
Sestiere di San Marco
10 reviews
This amalgamation of the former Hotel Britannia and Hotel Regina is easily one of Venice's still-undiscovered gems. — Fodor's
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Sestiere di Dorsoduro
13 reviews
A very pleasant choice thanks to its excellent location on the Giudecca Canal and a light-filled interior. — Michelin Guide
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Giudecca, Lido & the Southern Islands
11 reviews
A special haven well away from the bustle of Venice, the luxury San Clemente has its own island, complete with vast gardens, swimming pool and conference and fitness centre. — DK Eyewitness
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Sestiere di Cannaregio
9 reviews
The garden is the first thing that strikes you on arriving at this beautifully restored palazzo. — DK Eyewitness
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9 reviews
All-out romance on a private Venetian island, including breakfast, dining and spa discounts, and welcome extras. — Jetsetter
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