Venice Hotel Reviews
Best Hotels in Venice
This historic, ultra-chic luxury hotel is a favorite with celebs in a romantic Grand Canal setting.
A gothic façade along the Grand Canal invites guests to unwind amid family heirlooms and antique tapestries in this former home of Venetian nobility.
This historic, much-loved hotel resides in an exclusive, lagoon-side location.
A former noble palace tucked into a garden in the middle of the city, this majestic hotel appeals with its romantic setting and full-service spa.
Beloved for decades this classic (and lavish) hotel boasts an elegant spa and signature suites inspired by past guests such as Ernest Hemingway and Peggy Guggenheim.
A noble palazzo dating back to the 14th century, this legendary hotel features suites designed by Pierre-Yves Rochon in collaboration with the Academy of Fine Arts of Venice.
With more than 3,000 invited guests at its 1908 grand opening, this lavish property boasts waterfront dining and its own sandy beach on the Adriatic Sea.
Biedermeier-style guest rooms and suites boast views of bell towers, historic rooftops, St. Mark’s basin and the lagoon.
Arriving by gondola to this hotel’s private jetty, guests will savor a legacy of pampering, from Canova Restaurant to the accommodations clad in silk and brocade.
Dating back to 1131, this private-island property is surrounded by open-air courtyards, a swimming pool, tennis court, golf course and park.