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Aman Venice

A grand palazzo infused with contemporary design

from$961*night
Includes all taxes & fees
Perks
worth over
$170
  • Daily Breakfast For 2
  • $100 Food & Beverage credit
  • Room upgrade on arrival, if available
  • Early check-in based on availability
  • Late check-out based on availability
  • Free Wi-Fi
*Based on a 2 night stay, from Mon, Dec 21 to Wed, Dec 23. Perks may not apply to this rate. view this rate

San Polo, Venice

Aman Venice

A grand palazzo infused with contemporary design

What it is

Modern-day luxury in a Renaissance palazzo.

What it isn't

A socially minded hotel with a lively scene.

What we think

If you’re surprised that Amanresorts—the hotel brand whose staunchly minimalist style helped redefine modern expectations of luxury—has opened an outpost in resolutely anti-modern Venice, you’ll be even more surprised to see how well the pairing works. The contemporary furnishings (chrome tables, squared-off leather seating, a color scheme defined by its avoidance of color) take a back seat to the impeccably restored—and decidedly maximalist—details of this 16th-century palazzo on the Grand Canal. Murano chandeliers, ornate crown moldings, Rococo mirrors, frescoes by Tiepolo—all are testament to the history of a residence owned by several wealthy families (including Tiepolo’s) over the centuries. Most notable are the public spaces in the piano nobile, decorated in the mid-19th century by Michelangelo Guggenheim. There are only 24 luxurious suites, their sleek grey and white furniture offset by the gilded ceilings and period art pieces. All but a few rooms have sweeping views of the canal. Unique features include one of the only private gardens along the Grand Canal (perfect for an afternoon glass of Prosecco) and an intimate rooftop terrace.

You're here because

You want to look up at a 16th-century ceiling while lying in a 21st-century bed.

The Moment

Your water taxi drops you on the hotel’s landing dock, and you’re whisked into the grand reception hall, with its checkered marble floors, elaborate plasterwork and wood-beamed ceiling.

Location

Directly on the Grand Canal in San Polo, one of oldest districts of Venice. You’re not too far from the Rialto Bridge and market, but well removed from the throngs of San Marco.

Palazzo Papadopoli
Venice, 30125
Italy

Restaraunts & Bars

Red Dining Room - Italian and Asian cuisine

Yellow Dining Room - Italian and Asian cuisine

Naoki - Japanese restaurant serving French-inspired kaiseki cuisine, open during the summer months

Salon

Piano Nobile Bar

Family activities

Ride a water-bus

Piazza San Marco