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For your Italy Wedding, discover what it would be like to spend some quality time at a gorgeous Brenta River ot Asolo villa. Immerse yourself in the warmth and charm that a restored old residence or country villa can offer.
Experience life in Venice or in a Venetian town as you walk along tree covered paths to quiet and charming small town shops and restaurants where you are greeted with heart-warming smiles and open arms. You’ll enjoy the surroundings of romantic "Calli" and "Rios" .
For a little more formal accommodation, you might be interested in a bed and breakfast location. Here you can combine the warmth and charm of the countryside with the luxury of personal service and attention.
If the country isn’t your cup of tea, perhaps a more luxurious big city hotel or resort destination is in your future. Take full advantage of Accommodations for an Italian Wedding that offer fine dining, concierge service, spa packages and everything that you would expect from a five star destination.
Accommodations in Asolo, Verona, Pordenone, Vicenza, Treviso, Arquà Petrarca, Padova, or your favorite location in Veneto area are available and awaiting your arrival. Each place has a wide range of choices and will easily accommodate your event. You will want to make arrangements to book your accommodations for an Italy wedding in advance to ensure availability and to make sure that all the requirements for your big day will be met. As with any event, planning for your Italian Wedding is every bit as important as the event itself.







Hotels in any Veneto region are made special by the hospitality for which the people are so well known. You will feel at home but nonetheless private, and the staff will be available to satisfy all your requests. You have an excellent selection, from the large and luxurious hotels to smaller and quainter locations. Usually, a wedding will take place in the hotel's garden, amid the flowers and green grass, but can also take place in very special halls or in terraces or verandas, possibly even with a view on the lagoon.
With any choice you make, you can rest assured that your guests will be received in the best possible manner, and will remember this moment forever.
Just think about walking hand in hand with your partner through the hall of a lavish and magnificent hotel and subsequently relax with a cocktail, surrounded by all your friends in the most beautiful of places in Italy. Moreover, the cuisine in Italy is renowned for its delicatessen, so the reception after your wedding will be so exceptional you won't believe your eyes (or your taste buds.) Food specialities here are exquisite, wines and drinks greatly celebrated - all of this will make your wedding special, in any destination you choose. can select the best locations to suit your specific request.
We know Venice and all Italy intimately and can advise you accordingly. On this web site we have tried to be as clear as possible, giving you sufficient information to allow you to consider the options for your wedding day. If you feel that you would like to come in touch directly with us, contact our office to discuss you specific request, just ring us up.





***** San Clemente Palace Hotel

The five-star San Clemente Palace, an untouched retreat in the Venetian lagoon just a short boat ride from St. Mark’s Square, offers guests a resort that combines the charm of old world Venice with modern amenities. Formerly the Camaldolesi monastery, the building has been lovingly transformed into a luxury hotel, and shares the private San Clemente island with an ancient church.The island served as a starting point for pilgrims and knights setting sail for the Holy Land, and restoration of the buildings was executed with the utmost respect for the island’s historical and artistic heritage.


The San Clemente Palace is Venice’s big new luxury grand hotel for elite tourism on San Clemente Island. Its origins go back to 1131, the year in which the church was built. Through the years this island has always retained its image as an oasis of peace, welcoming and cordial.


The San Clemente Palace is able to accommodate up to 400 guests in its 200 rooms and suites, many of them looking onto San Marco and the lagoon. Its majestically furnished facilities are characterised by different decor motifs: the Nobles, the Doges, the Merchants and the Navigators. Rooms and suites have all been sumptuously designed in opulent Venetian style, with Italian marble bathrooms, tapestry carpets, in-room safe and internet access. Magnificent views of Venice and the lagoon can be enjoyed from the rooms, making a for a truly memorable incentive or business event.


The large, centuries-old park contains a Spa - Beauty & Wellness Club, tennis courts,a scenic outdoor swimming pool, and a Pitch & Putt golf course to offer the hotel's Guests pleasant moments of relaxation and well-being. 


Services for Conferences and Meetings state-of-the-art technical equipment, efficiency of service and the quality of its restaurants are the indispensable ingredients for a meeting of sure success and great charm.  For an important work gathering, a meeting, or simply to celebrate a private occasion, a number of rooms are available with an overall capacity of 350 people.The elegance of San Clemente Palace’s rooms, its state-of-the-art technical equipment, the efficiency of its service are the indispensable ingredients for meetings and events of sure success and great charm.










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***** Cà Sagredo Hotel

Ca’ Sagredo is the new luxury 5 star hotel in Venice overlooking the Grand Canal between the Ca’ D’Oro and the Rialto Bridge.


A city of divine architecture and legendary history, Venice is a celebration of the romantic spirit.


Distilling this essence to its purest form, Ca’ Sagredo Hotel, catalogued as a National Monument, will capture your heart.

A 15th Century jewel in a magical city, where the building’s history intertwines with that of the Famiglia Sagredo, one of the most prominent in The Republic, whose destiny was bounded to the Doges and the city itself.


Dating back to the 15th century, Ca’ Sagredo, member of Small Luxury Hotels of the World, typifies the perfect Venetian Palazzo Hotel - where exceptional decoration, style and quality is effortlessly combined with contemporary chic, surpassing the expectations of even the most discerning of guests.


This is a real treasure: the restoration carefully enhances the original noble features, delighting while evoking respect for a time gone by.


Each of its elegantly decorated accommodations of this luxury 5 star hotel in Venice, retains numerous examples from the glorious past, including magnificent works of art from the most important Venetian painters of the 17th and 18th century: Giambattista Tiepolo, Pietro Sebastiano Ricci, Pietro Longhi, amongst many others.


The Sagredos were great lovers of the arts and the Palazzo itself can be considered a Museum itself; today’s hotel reflects the same passion and spirit of the past opening its doors to Artists, Musicians, Writers and to all creative projects.


Not just a Hotel, but also a Museum: this is Ca’ Sagredo hotel in Venice.


And for those who consider cuisine among the highest art forms, the restaurant L’Alcova serves Mediterranean cuisine with Grand Canal views. After a day spent around the calli of Venice, relax back at the hotel in the Bar L’Incontro, a favourite with Venetians and guests alike.


Boasting an enviable setting overlooking the Grand Canal and sitting a plum position in one of the most panoramic corners Venice, facing the Historical Market, between Ca’ D’Oro and Rialto Bridge, Ca’ Sagredo Hotel is only a short walk away from St Mark’s Square, the main museums and the best fashion boutiques. Yet it is also right in the bustling district of Venice and trendy area, full of local shops and restaurants.





***** Boscolo - Hotel dei Dogi

The Boscolo Hotel Dei Dogi is a 5-Star Luxury Hotel housed in the historic and prestigious Palazzo Rizzo Patarol, formerly the French and Savoyan embassies. The 18th-century luxury of its precious marbles, splendid period frescoes and majestic chandeliers make the Boscolo Hotel Dei Dogi the ideal place to immerse yourself in the magical atmosphere of this unique city. The hotel is the only one in Venice to vaunt a vast internal garden evocatively overlooking the lagoon, perfectly conserved in all its historical detail. 

 The location of the Boscolo Hotel Dei Dogi, close to the centre but removed from the most crowded streets, lends a sense of peace to the city’s multifaceted charm. Centuries of prestige. The building that houses the Hotel Dei Dogi is the 18th-century Palazzo Rizzo Patarol, one of the earliest and best examples of Ca’ Veneziana, the residential architecture of the Venetian nobility. 


The Madonna dell’Orto quarter where the palace is located was, at the time of construction, the only part of Venice that was planted with crops. This explains why the Hotel Dei Dogi boasts such an extensive garden, the only one of its kind in the city. In more recent times, the building was the seat of the French and Savoyan embassies. A prestigious history that still resonates in the sumptuousness of every space and every detail of  its décor. Venice awakens with you. The 76 rooms of the Boscolo Hotel Dei Dogi are a compendium of Venetian style, starting with the Classic and moving on to the more spacious Deluxe version, complete with high ceilings and period décor. The extravagance of the nobility lives on in our 10 Junior Suites. While the configuration of each is unique, they are all furnished with Oriental carpets, painted 18th-century wardrobes, Murano glass chandeliers. 


Some look out onto the hotel’s splendid garden, while those on the ground floor open onto a grand hall, a majestic and dignified space where you can organise banquets and receptions guaranteed to be unforgettable. The Presidential Suite is a Venetian dream: detached from the hotel and immersed in the magic of the garden, it has a sumptuous dayroom and a balconied sleeping area from which you can watch the sun rise over the lagoon through floor-to-ceiling windows. The garden where time stands still. In a compact city like Venice, the garden of the Hotel Dei Dogi is surprising if only for its dimensions (2,000 square metres). But it is also extraordinary for the rarity of its botanical species, among which you’ll discover a peace and quiet you thought was no longer possible. 


You can also visit the ancient underground icebox, where the earliest owners would store ice imported from northern Europe. Needless to say, it’s quite exciting to sip an aperitivo in such a place, even more so to organise a dinner or banquet here. The far end of the garden opens out onto the mysterious and romantic spectacle of the Venetian lagoon: a magical encounter between land and sea. And if you don’t wish to leave this enchanted corner of timeless beauty, you can spend your entire visit here: the Presidential Suite and some of the Junior Suites of the Hotel Dei Dogi are set apart from the main building, immersed in the garden.


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***** Monaco Grand Canal Hotel


The Hotel is situated where the waters of the Grand Canal enter the St. Mark’s Basin in the very heart of the city and only a few steps from St. Mark’s Square. The Hotel overlooks the Grand Canal and has majestic views of the Church of Santa Maria della Salute and the island of San Giorgio and it is just next to Cà Giustinian the historical site of the Biennale. It is a romantic backdrop for an unforgettable holiday.
View of the lagoon changes constantly throughout the year but remains superb: the Basilica della Salute, the tip of the Dogana, the Island of San Giorgio and the Church of the Redentore are the scene of a dream come true.
From 1638 the building, originally belonging to the Dandolo family, hosted the first "Ridotto Pubblico", a place to which nobility and people from all walks of life, (adventurers, courtesans, swindlers, and travelers) would retire for pleasure and intrigue. Giacomo Casanova considered this place the ideal backdrop for his conquests.

The recent restoration has managed to revive, with a contemporary feel, the atmosphere of this historic building.
The Hotel Monaco has 100 rooms furnished in grand style for those who want to stay in Venice and become part of its history.

It is now possible to organize conferences for over 250 people and banqueting for 600 people in the very heart of Venice.
Another eight halls are available for seminars and receptions
Contemporary notes are introduced throughout: mosaics, glassware by Venetian masters, glass walls and ceilings that enhance the furnishings and décor of the leading names in design.

The rooms are elegant and at the same time subdued. The Venetian craft and creativity can be seen at their best in the precious fabrics, murrhine glass, mosaics, magnificent chandeliers. Baroque and minimalism live gracefully together.
For those who wish to stay somewhere more intimate, the Palazzo del Selvadego is just a short distance from the Hotel Monaco.
The Palazzo of 40 rooms overlooks the Napoleonic Wing by Piazza San Marco. The rooms have a calm, relaxing atmosphere and express the uniqueness and charm of Venetian culture.

Hotel Monaco & Grand Canal is renowned by gourmets worldwide for its cuisine which is firmly anchored in Venetian specialities. A particular emphasis is placed on the seafood and fresh vegetables that are so essential to local specialities. The quality of the food is only matched by impeccable service and attention to our customers’ requirements. Indeed, the restaurant is a focal point of entertainment for the worlds of finance and international culture throughout the year. The Grand Canal Restaurant is frequented by an international clientele, but also by Venetians who choose this elegant restaurant because of the its excellent food. A dinner on the terrace is an unforgettable experience.
Venice is an international centre of culture. Conventions are held year round. Events, such as an important meeting, a gala or a concert, can be hosted in the nine function rooms of the Ridotto practical yet atmospheric venues where Giacomo Casanova still lives. An unforgettable location for a wedding enhanced by our prioritising guest satisfaction with personalised menus décor and floral display that are guaranteed to make the day as magical as the city itself. The exquisite rooms of the Ridotto. The special events that took place here, have ensured to this venue a main role in Venetian History - here was unraveled the colorful life of the first Casino known throughout the world. Today, it is transformed in a multifunctional space with a Ballroom surrounded by 8 additional meeting rooms, all of which benefit of natural light and the inclusion of the latest technology.




**** Ruzzini Palace Hotel

Ruzzini Palace Hotel is superbly located in campo Santa Maria Formosa, at the very heart of the historic center of Venice. As one of the 4 star hotels of Venice, it boasts an enviable position, with the best of Venice conveniently located within easy walking distance. Upon setting foot outside the hotel's door, you'll be surrounded by a myriad of the famed historical and artistic jewels of Venice, including: campo Santa Maria Formosa with its picturesque campi; one of the most breathtaking of Venice, along with the Santa Maria Formosa Cathedral, a 16th century architectural masterpiece by Codussi, whose interiors are lined with numerous Venetian works of art. Within a short walk, Saint Mark's Square and Rialto Bridge will beckon you, whilst the lively lanes of the Sestiere di Castello allow you to savor an authentic Venice like a local.

Hotel Ruzzini Palace is housed within an ancient historical residence that once belonged to one of the most prominent Venetian families. During the era of the Serenissima Republic, they inhabited the historic residence for a long period in seamless continuity. The hotel overlooks campo Santa Maria Formosa on one side, and rio del Paradiso on the other, and still maintains a water entrance, which once was the main entry. The hotel's present day design was entrusted to the architect Bartolomeo Manopola, whose Venetian works includes the marble façade of the clock overlooking the Ducal Palace courtyard.Built during the late XVI century and early XVII century, Palazzo Loredan Ruzzini Priuli, as it was originally named, allowed the building to embody a dualistic expression as it transitioned from the renaissance to the baroque period. The rio del Paradiso façade dates back to the 1500s while the façade overlooking the campo preludes the Baroque period. The palazzo belongs to the architectural heritage of Venice, overseen by the Superintendence, for its historical and artistic value. The current refurbishment recaptures the building's original design and detailing, like the large portego (the lounge that stretches along the entire side wing of the residence), the exposed beams, Venetian-style floors, and, above all, once again proudly showcases the paintings by Gregorio Lazzarini (1655 – 1730). The teacher of Giambattista Tiepolo, Lazzarini's frescoes depicting mythological scenes, "Juno's Chariot" and "Zephyr and Flora", that today grace the Royal Suite of the Ruzzini Palace, were commissioned to the artist by Carlo Ruzzini, the 113th Doge of Venice.

Guests of Ruzzini Palace Hotel have the privilege of experiencing a setting that celebrates the aristocratic period of Venice, enhanced by modern luxury and charme. The common areas, reception, lobby, bar, breakfast lounge, blend eloquently with the welcoming environment of the residence lounge where guests may escape during their free time into an oasis of tranquility.

For those visiting a Venice hotel for business purposes, you have at your disposal an elegant meeting room which can comfortably accommodate from 16 to 20 clients around the boardroom table, ideal for business meetings. The boardroom is equipped with Wi-Fi connection, large flat screen television with DVD reader, video conferencing services and an overhead projector.
The Concierge and a myriad amenities expected from the prestigious 4 star hotels of Venice will ensure that the guests of Ruzzini Palace will enjoy an unforgettable stay in Venice.


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**** Saturnia Hotel


Comprising a 14th-century palazzo and 16th-to-18th-century buildings, this century-old hotel features a renowned restaurant and faces a fashionable shopping street featuring Gucci, Ferragamo, Prada, and Versace amongst its shops, 250 meters (273 yards) from St. Mark's Square. In a few minutes' you will reach countless churches, buildings and squares, testyfing the glorious past of the Serenissima. Stained glass, marble, carved wood, Murano glass, and other Venetian opulence is displayed throughout, and the hotel also offers the pleasure of a fourth-floor sunbathing terrace. There is also direct access from the hotel onto the gondola-filled canals. Individually decorated in styles ranging from classical-Venetian to Art Deco, guestrooms include safes, minibars, and terry-cloth bathrobes for lounging comfort.


The property is housed in a 14th century building, owned by the Pisani Family, featuring an elegant Venetian style.  In this unique context, that has maintained its ancient charm, you will enjoy on-site facilities such as a restaurant, a terrace solarium and a bar. The hotel has 91 rooms, single, double and triple. All the rooms are equipped with air conditioning, private bathroom, safe, hairdryer, minibar, satellite TV, dial direct telephone, heating and Internet connection. Some rooms overlook the typical Venetian canal. One room has disabled facilities. In summer, a fifth-floor terrace furnished with lounge chairs, showers, and flowers offers sunbathing with views of Venice rooftops and several churches.  Two computers on the second floor provide complimentary high-speed Internet connections. Complimentary passes are provided to a fitness center 400 meters (437 yards) from the hotel. A room off the lobby features scarlet plush-fabric seating and a wood-burning fireplace. The hotel staff speaks fluent English. A complimentary buffet breakfast is provided each morning in a room with an elaborately molded ceiling.


Hungerian-born Zoe Lustig (her family had arrived form Hungary at the end of the 19th century) and Ugo Serandrei (a native of Pisa, he had moved to Venice at the beginning of the next century) were married in 1905. 3 years later, putting to use her experience in administrative work (she had also worked in Naples, where she was employed by Alfredo Campione, one of the founding members of Ciga, today part of the Starwood group) and his stint as a maitre d’hotel at the Hotel Luna, today  Luna Baglioni Hotel, they leased a small 8 rooms lodging inn called internazionale. At the end of the great war, they decided to buy the hotel from the original owner, who was returning to his native Germany, and, with the help of their son Renzo, expanded and refurbished it. at the same time the name was changed and the word Saturnia, the ancient virgilian name of Italy, was added to avoid confusion with the Nazionale, another hotel in Venice not far from the train station.


During world war two the hotel was requisitioned by the Germans first and by British and south African troops later, but after the war it gained international fame with its renowned Ciro’s bar. The increased number of rooms, the newly-built 4th floor terrace, and the restaurant alfresco dining area in the inner courtyard all contributed to the awarding of the 4 stars of today’s classification. For the past 30 years the hotel has been run by the grandchildren of the original Ugo, Alberto and Ugo, assisted by the latter’s children also in the management of the family jewel, Hotel Ca' Pisani, which opened in late 2000.





**** Cà Vendramin Hotel


In the heart of Venice, the residence of nobleman Gabriele Vendramin, patron of the most famous painters from Veneto, Giorgione and Tiziano, becomes Hotel Ca’ Vendramin di Santa Fosca. Original frescos, fine fabric and Murano glass chandeliers define a unique atmosphere of charm and elegance and create luxurious surroundings in pure Venetian style, for an unforgettable stay.


It was home to the famous musician Richard Wagner, who died there in 1883. The rooms where the musician lived have been transformed into a wonderful museum, which is very interesting for music lovers. Or Ca’ D’Oro, a wonderful fifteenth-century noble residence, today the Galleria Franchetti, which hosts a precious collection of paintings, including the famous "St. Sebastian" by Mantegna, as well as works by some of the greatest painters from sixteenth-century Veneto and Flanders. You can also admire the sumptuous eighteenth-century Palazzo Labia which includes a marvelous sequence of frescos by Tiepolo. The evocative Ghetto of Venice, the oldest ghetto in the world, was built by the Republic of Venice in 1516 and finally closed by Napoleon in 1797. It is located beside the Campo del Ghetto Novo, where you can find the extremely interesting Hebrew Museum and the ancient Schole, the five synagogues in the Ghetto. 


Hotel Ca’ Vendramin di Santa Fosca combines a past atmosphere full of art and history, exalted by recent restoration work, with the most modern comforts making Ca’ Vendramin di Santa Fosca a 4 star hotel in Venice of superior quality. The entire hotel is an expression of magnificence and classic Venetian style, starting in the reception (open 24 hours) in the grand lounge with its exposed beams and enriched by the sumptuous Murano glass chandeliers. The hall is defined by its eighteenth-century Damask fabric sofas and precious oriental rugs. 


The building is the ancient residence of Gabriele Vendramin, a Venetian noble and refined intellectual who lived during the first half of the sixteenth-century. He was distinguished for his cultural intellect and as a patron of the arts in Venice during that period. He filled his home with paintings by Giorgione, including the famous Tempest, today at the Gallerie dell’Accademia, and works by Tiziano (Gabriele was a client and friend to both). His Camerino per anticaglie ("junk" room) is renowned as it once hosted the works of art belonging to the noble, including the famous “Libro di disegni" by Jacopo Bellini, now at the British Museum in London and various drawings by Michelangelo. The Ca’ Vendramin di Santa Fosca portico is also remarkable in refined Lombard style carved stone.


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***s Palazzo Stern Hotel

Few steps from Saint Mark's Square and from Accademia, surrounded by the artistic beauties and by the peacefulness and quitness of an everyday Venice.

A Historical Palace, once home of a known art collector, enhanced by art work of all ages and rich with ancient historical memories.

A unique and unforgettable experience that will bring you back in time. The breathtaking view from the Terrace on the Grand Canal and the peacefulness of the Flat Roof (provided with Jacuzzi) are scenarios of incredible romance and beauty.

This Moorish Palazzo has been built during the 15th Century. Built by Malpaga Family (they will give their name to the Rio next to the building), it was originally a two floors building.

During the first years on the 20th Century the building has been bought by the Stern Family, art collectors and traders. They rebuildt the whole palace (bigger, 4 floor in total) using old parts and materials of the previous one.

Then the new building has been enriched with pieces of art, sculptures, mosaics and architectural elements from other buildings. The result is remarkable, a collage of memories from many different eras.

Now, after 2 years of meticulous restoration, Palazzo Stern is magnificient.

This Moorish Palazzo has been built during the 15th Century. Built by Malpaga Family (they will give their name to the Rio next to the building), it was originally a two floors building.

During the first years on the 20th Century the building has been bought by the Stern Family, art collectors and traders. They rebuilt the whole palace (bigger, 4 floor in total) using old parts and materials of the previous one.

Then the new building has been enriched with pieces of art, sculptures, mosaics and architectural elements from other buildings. The result is remarkable, a collage of memories from many different eras.

Now, after 2 years of meticulous restoration, Palazzo Stern is magnificient.

Hotel Palazzo Stern is distinguished by its kindness, professionalism and quality services offered by the staff who are always available for our guests in order to satisfy any their desire.




***s Antico Doge Hotel


Discover in the gothic walls of Palazzo del Doge Marin Falier, the magic atmosphere of old Venice, where art and history are the expression of an incantation. Facing Campo SS.Apostoli, reflected in the waters of a romantic canal, this is a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in layers of silk, brocades, damasks and gilt mirrors that echo a Serenissima of long ago, a city of travel and commerce with the entire Orient. 

The Palazzo del Doge Falier, situated close to Piazza S. Marco and the Rialto Bridge, has been restored with passion and attention to detail. The hotel rooms, fitted with every comfort and elegantly furnished with original antique pieces, some have jacuzzi, separate shower cubicles, hairdryers, satellite TV, a direct telephone line, Internet WI-FI, air conditioning with individual room control, a safe-deposit box, and there is a buffet breakfast. The rich treasures of Venice, together with the elegance, prestige and history of our hotel, will make your stay an unforgettable one. Antico Doge Hotel has been restored with passion and attention to detail... 


From Campo Santi Apostoli, facing onto the Palazzo del Doge Falier, it is only a stone's throw to Ponte di Rialto, the city's shopping centre and market area, and St Mark’s Square, a splendid gathering place surrounded by the Procuratie, the wonderful Basilica and the Palazzo Ducale, the official residence of the  Doges of Venice.  Teatro Malibran, with its highly entertaining theatre seasons, is also close to the hotel, along with the famous Theatre La Fenice home to the some of the best opera performances in Italy and Europe. Very close to the hotel, you can visit the magnificent Palazzo Ca' d'Oro, one of Venice's prime examples of Gothic architecture, and the Jewish Museum in Campo del Ghetto Novo. 


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Wedding in Venice - Locanda Poste Vecie






*** Locanda Poste Vecie


In a marvellous position, located between the Market and the Rialto, in the very heart of the city, Hotel Locanda Poste Vecie of Venice welcomes guests in an atmosphere reminiscent of the 18th century complete with modern comforts. Guests will be able to stay in what was once the ancient Post Office of the Serenissima and where today the prestigious Antica Trattoria Poste Vecie operates as a hotel. 

True to tradition Locanda Poste Vecie, welcomes guests in a typically Venetian ambiance of lacquered furnishings and precious fabrics featuring Venetian red and gold hues, the ancient colors of the Serenissima,  the Republic that ruled Venice up to the 18th century. The excellent service and quality comforts make it a truly comfortable hotel in the heart of Venice. The reception welcomes guests 24h and a Continental breakfast that meets the needs of the international clientele is served at the table in the typical Antica Trattoria Poste Vecie restaurant. The Locanda's best feature is the restaurant, the Antica Trattoria Poste Vecie and the first one to open in Venice back in 1500. 


It has been delighting patrons ever since with exquisite recipes spanning the Venetian tradition and the most innovative international cuisine, the whole accompanied by a selection of wines from the excellent cellar. Very inviting and featuring a large fireplace and original frescoes, it boasts a pretty garden which in summer becomes the perfect place to eat under the shadow of the arbor while taking in the bustling activity of Venetian life in the Market and the Pescheria. Guests of the inn will benefit from a special discount of 15%.


Truly pleasant and with an inviting ambiance thanks to the lacquered furnishings inspired by 18th-century Venetian style and the terracotta floors enhanced by red and gold fabrics, the rooms of Locanda Poste Vecie are perfect for the comfort and services they provide as befits a room-rental facility in Venice. Bright and spacious and offered as Classic or Superior, with pleasant views over the Pescheria and the Grand Canal, rooms are available as single, double, master, and with the addition of a bed, as triple. Some are reserved for non-smokers and decorated with non-allergenic materials, and all have a private bathroom with bathtub or shower, hairdryer, TV telephone, mini bar, safe and air conditioning.A continental breakfast is served every morning  and it is included in the price and will be served at Trattoria Poste Vecie (good choice of cereals, bread, brioches,  hot and cold drinks). "Trattoria Poste Vecie" is one of the most famous restaurants of Venice , where you can taste some typical and good local dishes (15 % discount is allowed to our guests). A bar and a concierge service area available for all our guests for a comfortable stay



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