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Amid the numerous updates, classic details remain—Murano glass chandeliers, the original gold-trimmed ceilings, and marble tiled floors. Full review →
Legendary hotel housed by a 16th-century palazzo in a perfect location on the Grand Canal with views of Santa Maria della Salute. Full review →
Built on the Grand Canal in 1525 for then-doge Andrea Gritti, this magnificent palazzo has lost none of its pomp and ceremony.
Built in 1525, this "romantic and top-notch" Venetian-Gothic palace is the former residence of the Vatican ambassadors to Venice. Full review →
Ernest Hemingway described this sumptuous 15th-century palace as “the best hotel in a city of great hotels”.
The Gritti Palace represents aristocratic Venetian living at its best, complete with hand-blown chandeliers, sumptuous textiles, and sweeping canal views. Full review →
Unapologetically Venetian, the majestic Gritti Palace, A Luxury Collection Hotel blends the charms and elegance of the city with an intimate luxury Full review →
If you're going for luxury status and the classiest hotel on the Grand Canal, the Gritti has been it for decades. Full review →
The 15th-century Gritti, decorated with Murano-glass chandeliers and 16th-century damask furnishings, is perhaps the most legendary Venetian hotel and has a price tag to match. Full review →
Renovated Venetian Baroque Grand Canal stunner with an impressive art collection and culinary academy. Full review →
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 Full review →
82 rooms reflect hundreds of years of Venetian history, style, and culture, while Acqua di Parma toiletries, free Wi-Fi, stocked minibars, and flat-screen TVs keep rooms modern. Full review →
Occupies one of the loveliest spots on the Grand Canal, looking across to the magnificent Salute church, and has equally sumptuous interiors to match, with priceless antiques and frescoes. Full review →
There's a studied air of old-world charm and nobility about this 15th-century palazzo. Refined and opulent, adorned with antiques and fresh flowers, each room is uniquely decorated. Full review →
Starwood’s Luxury Collection pulled out all the stops to renovate Venice’s legendary hotel on the Grand Canal, with an estimated price tag of $55 million. Full review →
5 Star Hotel