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Palazzina G

Palazzina G Rating: 5.0 Pearls

Palazzina G (formerly Palazzina Grassi), is a 25-room luxury hotel known for being the first hotel in Italy to be designed by the renowned French designer Philippe Starck. It’s a small and quiet property in a great location -- all the main tourist spots in Venice are within walking distance, as are a good variety of shops and restaurants. There’s a fashionable bar and restaurant on-site, and the decor throughout is eclectic and hip. Rooms are chic and elegant, but for five-pearl prices, they are small, with no tea- and coffee-making facilities, and many have no view (though some have big balconies and some suites have Grand Canal views). Room rates are comparable with the Boscolo Venezia Autograph Collection, which is further out of the historic center of Venice, but offers a grander, more traditional style with the bonus of a spa.
Bauer Palladio Hotel & Spa

Bauer Palladio Hotel & Spa Rating: 5.0 Pearls

A 79-room hotel in a 16th-century converted convent, the Bauer Palladio Hotel & Spa is a quiet retreat located on the island of Giudecca. A free private water taxi transports guests across the lagoon. The expansive grounds and gardens are a highlight, with rooms overlooking either the garden or lagoon. Understated rooms are big with high ceilings, though some guests may feel they have maintained too much monastic minimalism and could use some additional polish.
Ca'Sagredo Hotel

Ca'Sagredo Hotel Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The 42 luxurious rooms of Ca’Sagredo were designed in aristocratic Venetian style. This restored pink palazzo on the Grand Canal has maintained its original grandeur, including salons filled with frescoes and sweeping staircases. Huge rooms have plush furnishings and marble bathrooms; the terrace along the canal is a scenic place for a drink. This is one of the most decadent hotel experiences in Venice, and it's right on the Grand Canal, within walking distance of St. Mark's Square.
Ca' dei Conti

Ca' dei Conti Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The upscale Ca' dei Conti is a charming hotel with 36 rooms set in an 18th century building. Its location is excellent, within a five-minute walk of all the top sights such as St Mark's Square and the Bridge of Sighs. The decor is traditionally elegant and ornate; rooms are decorated in deep, rich colors with gold touches. There’s no restaurant on-site but a breakfast buffet is provided and can be taken on the attractive sun terrace. Rates are significantly lower here than at the nearby IQs Charming House, but there's no private jetty at the Ca' dei Conti (though the nearest vaporetto stop is only five minutes away on foot).
Hotel Palazzo Stern

Hotel Palazzo Stern Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The boutique Hotel Palazzo Stern is housed in a restored historic building on the Grand Canal, with sections dating back to the 15th century. The room decor is in a traditional Venetian style, with crystal chandeliers and luxurious curtains, but it's not overly stuffy. Amenities include flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi, and beautifully updated bathrooms come complete with towel warmers. But the hotel has few features; there is a small bar and a Jacuzzi on the rooftop terrace, but no spa, gym, pool, or full restaurant. Nonetheless, Hotel Palazzo Stern is one of the most popular luxury hotels in Venice, even if its Dorsoduro location is a bit removed from the main tourist action around St. Mark's Square.
Oltre Il Giardino

Oltre Il Giardino Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Oltre il Giardino is an upscale boutique hotel with only six rooms built to feel like a home. All of the comfortable rooms blend classic and modern touches and overlook a serene garden, which is a rare find in Venice. The hotel is down an alley and on a side canal in an area that is off the beaten path and away from the noise of the city -- but still within walking distance of the Rialto Bridge. The hotel books up quickly due to its small size, and guests looking for an intimate experience may also want to consider the seven-room Al Ponte Antico Hotel, which has a slightly more convenient location, as well as views of the Grand Canal and Rialto Bridge.
Hotel Bucintoro

Hotel Bucintoro Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 20-room Hotel Bucintoro is a unique property in Venice, with elegant decor inspired by ancient sailboats. It’s located on the eastern side of the docks, removed from the crowds but within walking distance to major attractions such as Piazza San Marco. Most rooms are small, but all feature gorgeous views of the lagoon and the city (you can even see the Campanile), as well as classy decor with wood panels and a subtle maritime theme, flat-screen TVs, minibars, and marble bathrooms. There’s not much in the way of amenities, just a business center, a bar, and a cozy breakfast room, and rates can be steep. But the quiet locale, the beautiful rooms, and the views make it a wonderful pick.
Hotel Canal Grande

Hotel Canal Grande Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This luxurious 22-room boutique is housed in a centuries-old palace located along the Grand Canal, near the main train station in Venice. Decadent rooms have modern amenities including flat-screen TVs and comfortable beds, but the use of rich patterns in gold and blues, the classic artwork on the walls, and the Rococo-style furniture might be a bit too much to some. Rooms facing the canal have better views (though some have small windows), but those overlooking the lovely square are quieter. Though location is convenient for those arriving to Venice by train, the hotel is a 25-minute walk from Piazza San Marco, and it lacks a full restaurant.
Hotel Saturnia & International

Hotel Saturnia & International Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The highlight of the historic Hotel Saturnia is its location on a busy shopping street in San Marco, just a short walk from the Piazza San Marco and important sights such as the Rialto Bridge. And the rooms are attractive -- with charming historic details such as wood beamed ceilings and mahogany headboards -- although there are some variations (particularly in the quality of the bathrooms) even between rooms of the same category. Though the hotel lacks a spa, fitness center, and pool, it still offers more amenities than many other Venice hotels, offering a top-notch restaurant, a rooftop terrace (complete with an outdoor shower), and free passes to a nearby gym.
Hotel Palazzo Giovanelli

Hotel Palazzo Giovanelli Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 41-room Hotel Palazzo Giovanelli is an upscale palace on the Grand Canal with a private jetty, opulent design, and rich history. The hotel features a vine-covered courtyard, a grandly decorated lounge, a luxurious meeting room, a modern bar, and an intimate breakfast room. Rooms offer luxe antique touches paired with modern flat-screen TVs, and some have balconies overlooking the Church of San Sate and the canal. The hotel’s prime location and sleek design surpass that of the competition, but guests often complain about the fee for Wi-Fi and, while rooms are spacious and modern, decor in them can feel basic.


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