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A lively hotel on the north bank of the Giudecca canal with a pretty garden at the back and a private mooring. Come to enjoy the experimental cocktails in the speakeasy cocktail bar and the tasty Adriatic food in the restaurant. All rooms have coffee machines.

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The wide expanse of the promenade in front of this hotel overlooking the Giudecca canal makes a change from the narrow streets of the touristy parts of Venice. Enjoy a stroll along the canal or head north to the Guggenheim Museum and the arty Dorsoduro quarter with its galleries and artisan shops. Two vaporetto stops Zattere and San Basilio are within a five-minute walk from the hotel and you can walk to St Mark's square.

By plane: direct flights to Venice from London take 2 hours. Take an airport boat (1 hour 30 mins) to reach the hotel, or a water taxi. Book flights to Venice.

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The ground floor of the palazzo is given over to an open reception area and a large, airy bar and restaurant with marble tables that always seem to have young, beautiful people huddled around them. Large Palladian windows flood the space with light. The speakeasy cocktail club is darker with velvet stools and dusty pink walls.


There's a young hardworking team here (the chef is only in his mid-20s) who bring enthusiasm to their interactions. The tranquil garden at the back of the hotel runs down to a private mooring, from which you can depart in a water taxi or take a canal tour arranged by the hotel.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Garden
  • Free Wi-Fi


Rooms have fun seaside-stripe painted doors which reference the fact this building used to be the cruise terminal. Terrazzo floors and Artemide lighting make them feel distinctly Italian. Some have wide views of the canal, while others overlook the garden behind.

Room types: Classic Single Room, Classic Double Room, Superior Room, Deluxe Room, Junior Suite, Executive Room, Suite

Key amenities: ensuite shower or bath, complimentary Danish toiletries, desk, TV, Roberts radios, tea and coffee facilities, free Wi-Fi


Plenty of fresh fish features on a menu that is inspired by the shipping routes that used to depart from here. Products come from small producers from regions along the Adriatic coast, including Friuli, Emilia Romagna, Marche, Abruzzo, Molise, Puglia, and, of course, Veneto. Expect smoked eel, octopus, clams and monkfish on the menu.

Il Ristorante Adriatica: seasonal cuisine from the Adriatic coast. Dishes include monkfish and duck breast. Open daily for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks. Mains from €28.

Bar: wine and cocktails.

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