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What We Love

  • Daily breakfast is included in the Jetsetter rate
  • Architecture buffs will swoon over the 16th-century heritage and Palladian styling
  • Encircled by 30 acres of parkland and vineyards
  • All suites feature period antiques
  • Kid friendly in spite of formal ambiance with playscape and children’s pool
  • Easy access to wine regions
  • WiFi is free

What To Know

  • Just an hour’s drive from Venice
  • There’s no restaurant on-site, though villages and nearby towns (like Treviso) offer plenty of dining options
  • A grocery shopping service on request
  • Bike rental is free
  • A car is recommended to make the most of exploring the Veneto region


  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Casino
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Handicap-accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pet-friendly
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
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The Review

The Venetians have been flocking to the ancient wine region of Veneto to rest and recuperate for centuries. Smack in the middle of this rolling rural landscape sits Villa Corner della Regina, a 16th-century country pad turned all-suite hotel, surrounded by charming villages and vineyards.

Dating to 1500, when it was home to the Queen of Cyprus, Catherina Cornaro, it was refurbished as a Palladian-style mansion in 1700 and served as a noble residence until Count and Countess Dona della Rose turned it into an opulent hotel in 1980. {“type”:”img-inline”,”src”:”/static/images/product/properties/3189/prop-98674-1349376422-full.jpeg”,”width”:”275″,”caption”:”All 37 suites are individually designed in an opulent style befitting its noble heritage.”}Since then, Villa Corner della Regina has been a haven for relaxation-seeking guests content to lounge by the hotel’s posh pool or wander into nearby Treviso for an afternoon caffé or a happy hour Spritz (an Aperol and Prosecco apertif) in one of the city cafes.

I discovered the hotel after a week-long pilgrimage in Prosecco country, meandering from vineyard to vineyard along La Strada Del Vino, a road that winds through terraced landscapes and the villages of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene — both a short stroll from the hotel.

After checking in to Villa Corner della Regina, I settled into my room in the main house, one of 37 spacious suites. All individually designed, the guestrooms and common areas pay homage to the Palladian period and the splendor of the Venetian empire. Mine had a canopied bed, shiny hardwood floors, silk damask chairs, a sybaritic bathroom and patterned walls.

While oenophiles use Villa Corner della Regina as a base for vineyard-hopping, families and children will also delight in the place. Spacious family rooms accommodate larger groups and kids are well occupied in the 30-acre grounds and children’s pool. Since the hotel only offers breakfast, most guests head to Treviso or beyond for lunches and dinners.

A friendly hotel that appeals as much to honeymooners as families, Villa Corner della Regina specializes in treating all guests like the regal residents that once roamed its halls.

How to Get There

Hotel Relais Villa Cornèr della Regina
Via Corriva 10
Vedelago, 31050 Italy


4.5 Very Good 186 Reviews
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The hotel makes a mega impression, the rooms very well decorated, the service very polite and helpful, the restaurant on site very good food, close to the airport, additionally, you can visit the complex, use the pool Recommend!!

Enjoyable distraction from the busyness of Venice.
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The villa was wonderful overall. Lara the concierge was very helpful. A car and GPS are absolutely necessary. The driving instructions and driveway location caused some difficulty. There was no privacy for the 3 of us - 3 single beds in 1 large room. We highly recommend the villa experience - the history, the surroundings, the fish truck on Thursday mornings, the quiet alternative to Venice.

Wow! What a find!
Reviewed 10 months ago

Villa Corner is quite possibly the best hotel we've stayed at in Italy! It's so friendly and beautiful. A couple of reviews have said about it having no lift, the main house is a gorgeous listed building, they're not allowed to put one in! But there's loads of rooms with ground floor access so just book one of those. Like any other country house they do host a lot of weddings, who wouldn't want to get married here! If you happen to be here when there's one on, congratulate the bride & groom and the chances are you'll get an invite to the party too ;-)

As for the staff, they're amazing! The reception staff are welcoming and friendly while still offering exemplary service. The service at the restaurant is relaxed and completely un-rushed, a rarity nowadays, and with the beautiful food here you don't want to rush it, their chef is a genius. The pool area is immaculate and even the staff there are excellent too.

So, you get a 5* country house hotel (they only have 4* because they have no lift!) for the price of a 3/4* one in Treviso. We're already looking at dates to return in September.

Thanks for an awesome holiday.

Nice holiday... But...
Reviewed 11 months ago

This was the second time we stayed here and still it remains a very nice hotel. Very nice staff, also at the poolbar! But, we were not to happy about a couple bringing a big dog into the breakfast room ( not very hygienic with the food) or to the swimming pool since the dog wasn't always on a leash... Sometimes, it turned up out of the blue and that was a bit scary.
The cleaning in the batroom could also be better. Long black hairs were left from their precious owner and we noticed that the quilts on the beds are not always washed when guests occupy the rooms and since there is no blanket to cover yourself at night, you have to use this...

Reviewed 11 months ago

Came here on a one night stay on business. The supplier put up in this wonderful old Italian villa, which is something of a historical experience (for a non local I guess). My room is in the old stables and is a nice modern two storie studio. The whole place is really beautiful, with a perfect mix of new and old.
If you are in this region, I would try it out.