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The gilded lobby, with its Murano glass chandeliers, pink marble columns, and stained-glass windows, sets the opulent tone throughout. Full review →
The view from the roof terrace across the Bacino di San Marco to the Basilica di Santa Maria della Salute is stunning.
The Danieli is the epitome of luxury. It was the palace of the Dandolo family and has strong literary and musical connections.
This fabled and meticulously maintained monument of Venetian history sets the standard for premium luxury. Full review →
One of the most sumptuous hotels in Venice since 1822. Full review →
The splendid Gothic foyer is an attraction in itself, and the older rooms are very plush, although the modern extension is devoid of charm. Full review →
As eccentric and luxurious as Venice itself, the Danieli has attracted artistic bohemians, minor royalty and their millionaire lovers for over a century. Full review →
Sitting at the waterfront of St. Mark’s Basin, Hotel Danieli is a luxury property with direct access to water taxis and walking distance to many top attractions. Full review →
No longer the most expensive hotel in Venice, but no other place can compete with the glamour of the Danieli.
This five-star grande dame of Venice’s iconic waterfront offers traditional luxury and a taste of 14th-century grandeur, plus a rooftop dining terrace with superb views of the lagoon. Full review →
Whether or not you're staying at this Venetian classic, twirl through the revolving door to gawp at the magnificent reception hall. Full review →
Trio of buildings (including a 14th-century palazzo) on the water's edge near the Bridge of Sighs, with new rooms designed by Jacques Garcia. Full review →
5 Star Hotel