From the unsurpassed panoramic terrace to the atmospheric sixteenth-century palace reflecting on the Canal Grande like a Gothic vision, The Gritti Palace is the emblem of Venetian grand hospitality and a unique microcosm where history, culture and emotions, coexist in harmonious symbiosis. With its period furniture, marbles, statues, paintings, drapes and sumptuous fabrics, the famed destination-hotel celebrates the important political and commercial past of “La Serenissima”. The combination of unsurpassed features, create the overall sensation of being inside a precious museum and to enhance the already inestimable historical and artistic value, Gritti is in the temple hotellerie experiences also in the realm of services, overall comforts and quality of sleeping amenities. Equally memorable are the common areas with a lobby overflowing with fresh flowers, Longhi Bar’s signature cocktails favoring dreamlike digressions and the coveted Club del Doge serving a refined regional and national cuisine, where tables are poetically aligned to the docile flow of gondolas and motorboats. The Gritti Palace is one of the Marriott Group crown jewels and a place where the sense of special occasion, is not a fleeting moment but a perpetual state of mind.
A few steps away from San Marco, Accademia bridge and opposite Punta della Dogana, The Gritti Palace boasts an incomparable position to discover cultural and gastronomic attractions, while fully appreciating La Serenissima’s magical atmosphere.
On board a Riva motorboat, guests can sail to the Brenta canals and disembark in Stra where a splendid vintage car awaits, for a memorable drive towards Chioggia and the Pò river estuary.
Address Campo Santa Maria del Giglio 2467, 30124, Venice
Nearest city: Venice
Architecture: Palazzo Pisani is a magnificent building in Venetian Gothic style dating back to the XVth century. The façade is defined by four single-lancet windows and pointed openings.
The views of the Grand Canal; the romantic Club del Doge restaurant with panorama’s of Basilica della Salute; overall refinement and a mesmerizing selection of suites such as the Hemingway and room 261 adorned with ancient and modern art.