Ca' Sagredo Hotel
12 expert 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
"The 42 guest rooms are beautifully appointed with sofas and chairs covered in pale silk damask and custom wallpapers in pretty, light patterns, and all come with large bathrooms."
"Elegant 14th-century palazzo on the Grand Canal with ornate chandeliers and museum-worthy antiques."
Anyone with a serious interest in food should request the tasting menu at L’Alcova, the ground-floor restaurant overlooking the Grand Canal, which serves up dishes with ingredients from Venice’s own lagoon.
"This expansive palace has been the Sagredo family residence since the mid-1600s and has the decor to prove it." Full review
"This Grand Canal palazzo dating back to the 15th century is as much a museum as a hotel, with a magnificent double staricase... and frescoes by Giambattista Tiepolo among its many treasures." Full review
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"Secreted away, north of the elegant Rialto Bridge and hidden behind a 15th-century facade, this stunning palazzo is a National Monument that teems with Venetian history and spectacular art" Full review