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Boscolo Venezia, Autograph Collection

Boscolo Venezia, Autograph Collection Rating: 5.0 Pearls

A luxurious, 72-room converted palazzo in the northern edge of Venice, Boscolo Venezia Autograph Collection is a quiet retreat from the chaotic heart of the city. The rare, private garden and spa with hot tub, sauna, and steam room are highlights. Rooms have classic decor and Venetian portraits, but upgrading to a Junior Suite gets guests more space and style -- these rooms have high ceilings and intricate crown molding. The hotel's location is far from Venice's main attractions, but it does offer free water taxi service to St. Mark's Square and Murano.
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.
Luna Hotel Baglioni

Luna Hotel Baglioni Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The Luna Hotel Baglioni is a luxury chain hotel with 104 rooms located less than a two-minute walk from the shops, restaurants, and architecture of Saint Mark’s Square. The classic hotel delivers a high level of service in a beautiful setting. Canova, an award-winning restaurant serving Italian and international cuisine, is on-site along with a café and full bar. Prices are a lower at the Bauer Hotel, but it’s farther from Saint Mark’s and less luxurious.
Aqualux Hotel Spa Suite & Terme

Aqualux Hotel Spa Suite & Terme Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The Aqualux is a luxury hotel and spa housed in a glassy and super modern building on the shores of Lake Garda. The 113-room hotel opened in 2012, and it aims to please: the grounds are beautifully landscaped, the free breakfast is excellent -- it even includes make-your-own juices -- and the on-site spa is superb. Even the most inexpensive rooms at the Aqualux have space to move around in, and all rooms include balconies. For a hotel of this caliber, Wi-Fi should be, but isn't free. The outdoor garden and numerous pools provide plenty of distraction. The hotel's minimalist aesthetic might not be for everyone, especially those who prefer a more rustic Mediterranean vacation. Amenities at the Aqualux are comparable to those of the nearby Hotel Caesius Thermae SPA, which also has stunning grounds, but is more traditional in design.
Bauer Hotel

Bauer Hotel Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The 119-room Bauer Hotel is a convenient two-minute walk from St. Mark's Square in the heart of Venice. This exclusive Art Deco-influenced property has a grand lobby full of gold accents and chandeliers as well as traditionally decorated rooms with high ceilings and big, modern bathrooms. The hotel features a restaurant and two two bars; Bar Canale has an outdoor terrace and Grand Canal views. There is nice variety in the daily breakfast buffet, but rooms lack tea or coffee facilities. Rates are typically lower at the nearby Hotel Saturnia, but the Bauer is arguably a bit more elegant.
Centurion Palace

Centurion Palace Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The Centurion Palace is a 50-room luxury hotel housed in a 19th-century palace. Its location is excellent, right on the Grand Canal and sandwiched between the Peggy Guggenheim Museum and Santa Maria della Salute. Inside, the decor is chic and opulent, and all 50 rooms are individually decorated with stylish and quirky touches. The on-site restaurant with canal views serves wonderful food, and the terrace is lovely when it's warm enough for alfresco dining. It's definitely one of the top luxury options in Venice, but those who want to be right near St. Mark's Square might prefer Luna Hotel Baglioni.
Hotel Excelsior

Hotel Excelsior Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Originally opened in 1908, the 197-room Hotel Excelsior is one of Venice's most iconic luxury hotels, with a price tag to match. Located on the beach of the Lido, it's about 20-minutes away from the main tourist attractions by boat, but there's a free shuttle that runs regularly throughout the day. Rooms and suites are spacious and retro in style, with a 1960s feel that channels both the Moorish-style architecture and a vintage Miami Beach vibe; they can feel a bit dated, but most have private balconies looking out towards either the city or the beach. The hotel's myriad features include a private beach, outdoor pool, tennis courts, kids' club, and small spa, and there are several restaurants and bars, although the prices are high and the food isn't anything special. You might see some famous faces here, particularly if you stay when the Venice Film Festival is on.


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