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Rooms and Suites at Gritti Palace

From 1,435 USD
Deluxe Room

Deluxe Room ( 269ft2 - 409ft2 )

Gracious and elegant, Deluxe Rooms surround guests with the history and intrigue of five centuries of Venetian life. Glass chandeliers hang from high...

From 1,516 USD
Venetian Room

Venetian Room ( 280ft2 - 431ft2 )

Symbolic of the splendor of the Most Serene Venetian Republic in its 18th century heyday, Venetian Rooms exude a historic richness and individual pers...

From 1,684 USD
Giglio Prestige Room

Giglio Prestige Room ( 269ft2 - 614ft2 )

Captivating views of neighbouring Santa Maria del Giglio Square and its neo-classical church of the same name, are a private haven in which to relax f...

From 2,122 USD
Landmark Grand Canal Room

Landmark Grand Canal Room ( 312ft2 - 441ft2 )

With privileged settings overlooking Venice’s Grand Canal and the city’s rich patrimony of extraordinary architectural wonders, the nine Landmark Gran...

From 2,600 USD
Sestiere Suites

Sestiere Suites ( 409ft2 - 635ft2 )

Sestiere Suites take their names from the six Sestieri, or areas, that compose the historical centre of Venice, featuring eclectic 19th-century style....

From 4,381 USD
Serenissima Suite

Serenissima Suite ( 570ft2 - 872ft2 )

The Serenissima Suites at The Gritti Palace celebrate the historic naval power of the Most Serene Venetian Republic, and take their names from famous...

From 5,297 USD
S.Maria D.Giglio View Heritage Suite

S.Maria D.Giglio View Heritage Suite ( 861ft2 - 1195ft2 )

Referencing historical elements of Venice and The Gritti Palace, the hotel's two Heritage Suites are a tribute to Venice's patrimony of Opera and Cine...

From 9,062 USD
Patron Grand Canal Suite

Patron Grand Canal Suite ( 721ft2 - 883ft2 )

Named after patrons of art, design and literature, Patron Canal Suites at The Gritti Palace immerse guests deep into the cultural and artistic roots o...

From 10,690 USD
Palazzo Grand Canal Suite

Palazzo Grand Canal Suite ( 721ft2 - 883ft2 )

Occupying a corner position on the hotel's piano nobile, the Pisani Suite delights with spectacular views, named after the noble family who originally...

From 11,707 USD
Somerset Maugham Royal Suite

Somerset Maugham Royal Suite ( 872ft2 )

Royal, 1 Bedroom Larger Suite, 1 King, Grand Canal view, Balcony. Inspired by the English playwright and novelist W. Somerset Maugham, an illustrious...

From 13,234 USD
Hemingway Presidential Suite

Hemingway Presidential Suite ( 990ft2 )

In the Presidential Suite that bears his name, Ernest Hemingway, who considered The Gritti Palace his home in Venice during the late 1940's and early...

From 14,250 USD
Terrazza Redentore Pool Suite

Terrazza Redentore Pool Suite ( 818ft2 )

Redentore, 1 Bedroom Suite, 1 King, Grand Canal view, Top floor, Plunge pool. The Terrazza Redentore Suite is a spectacular two storey suite with an u...

Gritti Palace



The Gritti Palace, a Luxury Collection Resort in Venice, is a majestic venue where history meets culture. Renewed by Venetian details, the haven epitomizes grace and class. Each space in the hotel is adorned by exotic art, elegant decor, and a familiar and intimate feel that instantly puts you at ease.

The city is famous for being a hospitable host of several international festivals, including the Carnival, Biennale, and the Venice Film Festival. After an extensive renovation, the hotel boasts beautiful wooden ceilings, dressing-table mirrors, and 18th-century handmade classic wall lamps.

Moreover, the original entrance remains reminiscent of the old Gritti Palace. The Gritti Signature Suite Collection depicts the hotel's rich cultural history and ultimate luxury.

Location

Overlooking the Grand Canal, the Gritti Palace is at an excellent location in the heart of Venice. Nearby attractions include the Santa Maria Della Salute. You can also reach the hotel by bus, ferry, water taxi, or car from the airport.

A Redefining Renovation

Since the start, the Gritti Palace has housed a unique collection of artworks, an old tradition from the noble Pisani family. The ritual remains alive with each successive owner, the Gritti included. The scenic Bar Longhi terrace and the Gritti Epicurean School await you to celebrate your precious moments here and make unforgettable memories.

Or, spend your day at the Terrazza Redentore suite, feeling like a royal. At this beautiful palazzo, art holds immense importance. It adorns the Palace's walls in various forms, from the stunning glass chandeliers meticulously handcrafted by the talented glass makers from Murano to the elite Rubelli fabrics decorating suites and guest rooms.

History

The Gritti Palace first opened its door in 1475, the foundation laid down by Andrea Gritti, the Doge of Venice. Initially an official residence, the Palace entertained Vatican ambassadors staying in Venice. Finally, at the beginning of the XIX century, the residence was made into the Gritti Palace hotel.

The oasis underwent a meticulous renovation to become today's true epitome of luxury. It now offers its guests a brief and exciting insight into its illustrious and intriguing past. Moreover, vacationers often admire the hotel's exceptional selection of antiques and artwork, all displayed in various private and social spaces.

Famous Guests

The Gritti Palace welcomes all; the famous and the unknown, the civil and the royal. The haven has and continues to cater to several prominent guests. Noble families, such as the mighty Grittis and the Pisani, enjoyed the Palace in the early 18th century. After a few years, it was sold to the widow of Baron Vetzlar, Baroness Susanna d'Eyb. During this period, John Ruskin and his young wife Ettie inhabited the Palazzo Gritti. The place also witnessed him writing his famous book, 'The Stones of Venice.'

Rooms and Suites

The 82 rooms and suites at the Gritti Palace will provide an indigenous experience. Valuable fabrics, unique antiques, and excellent Murano glass fittings embrace each room's walls. Furthermore, the Suites take guests back five centuries, offering a glimpse through the most refined decor and anecdotes.

Additionally, contemporary amenities and personalized services compliment the guestrooms and suites. The rooms also incorporate the latest technology, high-speed internet, in-room movies, free wi-fi, room service, and more.

Each room has its charm. For example, the Grand Canal Suites boast pleasant views of the Grand Canal, while the Venetian '700 Style Double Rooms showcase handmade wooden furnishings. Besides, the Deluxe Suites will set you in a romantic mood with their renewed Venetian-style atmosphere. It also allows couples to appreciate the Santa Maria del Giglio in a relaxed setting.

Furthermore, the Presidential Suite - a 1 bedroom Suite - that bears Ernest Hemingway's name will have you feeling like a celebrity. Also, don't forget to ask about the stunning heritage suite and the Somerset Maugham Royal Suite.

Restaurant and Bar

Venice is well known for its brilliant art, unparalleled exuberance, unforgettable views, and fine cuisine. The Bar Longhi and Club del Doge restaurant offer excellence in the form of food. Devour delightful treats while looking at the enchanting canal and city views. Furthermore, executive Chef Daniele Turco adds fresh, local ingredients into his popular, award-winning recipes.

Enjoy a scrumptious meal either in the cozy or airy outdoors, if the weather permits (April to October). The incredible chef displays his fondness for the city and its cultural heritage through his dishes. Additionally, the food magician firmly believes in his motto: "To combine without ever covering up." He crafts delicious, innovative plates with distinct meat, fish, or vegetables and combines them with exotic sauces and condiments.

The Venetian cuisine represents all - those who live and those who have passed but left their marks behind. The chef elaborates his culinary repertoire by adding gastronomic stimuli from diverse destinations, such as Turkey, Sicily, Morocco, and Malta. However, he does not stop here. The chef continues his unyielding quest for gastronomic enlightenment while maintaining his taste in traditional dishes.

The Gritti Spa

Relax and revitalize at the Gritti Spa. This is an elegant setting at the iconic Gritti Palace, the pride of Venice. The crafters have paid great attention to all details, which combine to form an intimate and lovely ambiance. Enjoy the stellar services here after a long, tiring day exploring the city.

Moreover, the Spa houses two double suites with private steam baths in regional mosaics. A suite is also dedicated to various services of grooming and beauty. Indulge in the aromatherapy and relaxing savoir-faire of the prestigious Sisley Paris brand. This brand is famous for its exquisite plant extracts and essential oils.

Additionally, the Spa combines numerous massage rituals across the globe. Each treatment helps relax the body and mind and combines local traditions and international methods. Find the massage technique that fits your skin best, as there is something for all.

Guests can also purchase Sisley's highly-wanted and most effective products from the Spa boutique.

Fitness Center

You can keep fit while enjoying Venice city's wonders at the state-of-the-art fitness facility. Peaceful and expansive, it offers all Technogym's modern high-tech cardio fitness equipment. Maintain your stamina using the Fitness Center facilities, which are open 24 hours. You can also access the gym through the Spa's entrance on the hotel's ground floor.

Area & Activities

Venice is a true tourist destination, with an intriguing history and popular hotspots. Whether you are searching for the city's centuries-old traditions, a tanning session at the Lido beach, or an unforgettable taste of Italian cuisine, Venice will not disappoint. You also get to explore islands on the famous Riva yacht.

Takeaway

The Gritti Palace is where dreams come true. It has everything from stunning views, friendly staff, and contemporary amenities to ultimate tourist spots. Watch the sunset at one of the hotel's restaurants with gourmet dining, or let loose at the Spa. Shop your heart at the Rialto markets, or enjoy a mouthwatering bite at a traditional bacaro. The Gritti Palace awaits you.

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Why we love this hotel

  • The Gritti Palace was built in 1475 as residence of Doge Andrea Gritti and sits on the Grand Canal.

  • Not rush at breakfast as it is served on the terrace on the Grand Canale. It is the best spot to see how the city awakes.

  • The Gritti Palace is an oasis within the busy city. The hotel is close to everything and peaceful when you want a rest.

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