A charming stay at an authentic Venetian palazzo, with breakfast and discounts at local eateries Stepping from a gondola on the Grand Canal straight through the hotel’s doors
Staying in an authentic Venetian palazzo with breathtaking views of the city
Savoring authentic Italian cuisine at the nearby Restaurant Sivoli
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Central location right on the Grand Canal
Each guestroom has its own interior design
An elegant stay in a classic palazzo overlooking the Grand Canal, walking distance from most of the sights
The majestic city of Venice hardly needs an introduction. If you haven't been there before, you simply must go; if you have, then you have every reason to return. The city's dizzying, labyrinthine streets are home to enough gems to justify a lifetime's exploration. This, combined with its mild climate and rich heritage, makes Venice the perfect destination for a well-deserved European escape.
Occupying a grand old palazzo overlooking none other than the Grand Canal itself, Hotel Principe invites you to experience all this splendor for yourself. With a private dock for gondola and water-taxi access, as well as a lovely canal-side restaurant, the hotel couldn't be better positioned. You'll find original features inside the building, like molded plaster ceilings and lavish marble floors, paired with contemporary touches and modern conveniences. Staying like a Venetian noble on the banks of the iconic Grand Canal? Now that's what we call a luxe escape.
Superior rooms are decorated in traditional Venetian style, featuring sumptuous colored fabrics and ornate patterns. You'll enjoy 270 square feet of space, as well as charming city views.
You can expect Venetian and Italian specialties at the hotel's restaurant, offering a menu that embraces fresh seafood and seasonal produce. The dining room looks towards the terrace and the Grand Canal beyond, so not only will you savor exquisite cuisine, but you'll enjoy some exquisite views, as well.
The hotel is right on the famous Grand Canal, with the Museum of Natural History and the Chiesa di San Giacomo dall’Orio on the other side. Venice’s Santa Lucia train station is a two-minute walk away, while the bus station is also close by. Venice is a fairly compact city, meaning most of the must-see sights are within walking distance of the hotel. When you want to give your legs a rest, just hop on a gondola or vaporetto – one of the city's famous water taxis.