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The Gritti Palace will stand as a refined version of its iconic self: 82 magnificently restored accommodations, each a work of Venetian art in itself, including a collection of 21 sumptuous suites. Of these, ten unique suites are inspired after famous past guests such as Hemingway, Somerset Maugham, Ruskin, and Peggy Guggenheim, after art and cultural institutions such as...Read More
Gracious and elegant with exposure to Rio delle Ostreghe, a small side canal that separates The Gritti Palace from the neighbouring Palazzo Ferro Fini, Deluxe Rooms surround occupants with the history and intrigue of five centuries of Venetian life.
Glass chandeliers hang from high high ceilings, large windows illuminate a selection of antique furnishings with natural daylight, and Venetian fabrics by Lorenzo Rubelli decorate walls rich with untold stories of the palazzo’s illustrious past.Learn More
Symbolic of the splendor of the Most Serene Venetian Republic in its 18th century heydays, Non-Smoking Venetian Rooms exude an historic richness and individual personalities that transport occupants back in time.
Boasting jewel box designs in opulent and eclectic Venetian styles, these romantic rooms are decorated with hand-painted ceilings, wooden wall boiserie and pastel-coloured furniture featuring hand-painted floral motifs. Expertly restored glass mirrors and appliques of Murano tradition, precious silk damask archival design fabrics by Lorenzo Rubelli in blues, pinks and cream, oil portraits, and heritage headboards add to the dreamy atmosphere.Learn More
Vaunting a south-west location rich in natural light that affords captivating views of neighbouring Santa Maria del Giglio Square and its neo-classical church of the same name, spacious and luminous Giglio Prestige Rooms are a private haven in which to relax, play or socialize at leisure.
Decorated with splendid stuccos and hand-restored Murano glass chandeliers, the rooms' ceilings sit high over large windows enclosed by silk and velvet drapes and wall fabrics of Lorenzo Rubelli archival design. Oak parquet floors showcase a heterogeneous collection of rare antiques, prints and oil paintings, and Venetian mirrors from the hotel’s private collection.
Large en-suite bathrooms in the finest polished marble from Italy and Croatia feature dual vanities, a bath for soaking and separate walk-in shower, plush bathrobes, and Signature bath amenities.Learn More
With privileged settings overlooking Venice’s Grand Canal and views to the city’s rich patrimony of extraordinary architectural wonders, our nine Landmark Grand Canal rooms place you in the centre of a unique canvas that encompasses Punta della Dogana, Santa Maria della Salute Basilica, the Peggy Guggenheim Collection and many other historic palazzi dating from the 15th Century.
Venetian stucco or Rubelli custom designed silk damask walls frame oak parquet and heritage terrazzo floors, oil paintings, antique Venetian mirrors and furniture reflect in masterly restored glass chandeliers from Murano.Learn More
Sestriere Suites take their names from the six Sestrieri, or areas, that compose the historical centre of Venice: San Marco, Santa Croce, San Polo, Dorsoduro, Castello, Cannaregio.
Made up of a spacious bedroom, a living area, and an ample bathroom in polished Italian marble, the Sestriere suites feature exposures to neighboring Palazzo Ferro Fini, or over the city itself, floorings of oak-wood or terrazzo.
Unique and intimate in ambience, the suites' rich and eclectic 19th century style is complemented by walls decorated in Venetian stucco and hung with oil paintings and antique Venetian mirrors, glass chandeliers from Murano, and precious archival fabrics designed by Lorenzo Rubelli.Learn More
Designed in an eclectic 19th Century Style reminiscent of the European Grand Tour, Serenissima Suites are composed of a bedroom, spacious living room and luxurious polished marble bathroom. Oil paintings, precious antiques from different periods of the 19th Century and rich furnishings decorate the suite bedrooms and living rooms, while natural sunlight from large windows creates a warm atmosphere in which to feel at home.
The Serenissima Suites at The Gritti Palace celebrate the historic naval power of the Most Serene Venetian Republic, and take their names from famous naval battles during the Republic’s various Crusades – Zara, Lepanto, Corinto, Cipria, Dalmatia and Padua.
Referencing historical elements of Venice and The Gritti Palace, the hotel's Heritage Suites, the Coppa Volpi Suite and La Fenice Suite are designed for celebration. Heritage Suites overlook Santa Maria del Giglio Square, their private stand up-balcony affording glimpses of the Grand Canal.
Set on the first floor of The Gritti Palace the Coppa Volpi Suite is composed of a bedroom and spacious living area, and overlooks Campo Santa Maria del Giglio from all of its seven windows. Named after the Coppa Volpi trophy awarded each year by the Biennale of Venice, the Coppa Volpi Suite boasts an audio visual entertainment system second to none and a collection of films for viewing that have won this prestigious award. Black and white photography referencing films and the recipients of the Coppa Volpi throughout the Venice International Film Festival's history add to the atmosphere. The suite features traditional terrazzo floors, Venetian stuccos, rich furnishings and meticulously restored antiques from different periods of the hotel's history.
Positioned on the 2nd floor of the hotel, the La Fenice Suite honours the city’s famous opera house, Gran Teatro La Fenice. Jacquard and sumptuous Lorenzo Rubelli custom fabrics that were created originally for La Fenice Theatre feature alongside a rare antique hand-painted harpsichord, a unique element of the suite, Neoclassical and Empire style furniture, and antique carpets. Floor-to-ceiling windows create a luminous atmosphere that bathes the polished terrazzo veneziano flooring with sunlight.
Named after patrons of art, design and literature, Patron Canal Suites at The Gritti Palace immerse guests deep into the cultural and artistic roots of the city and this noble palace, while at the same time indulging visitors with the timeless spectacle of the Grand Canal outside. All four Patron Canal Suites - The Peggy Guggenheim Suite, The Punta della Dogana Suite, the Donghia Suite, and the suite inspired after John Ruskin - are made up of a separate living room, bedroom, and a luxurious marble bathroom.
Occupying a corner position on the hotel's piano nobile, the Pisani Suite delights its occupants with singular views of the Bacino San Marco, San Giorgio island and the entrance to Venice's most famous waterway, the Grand Canal, or the Canalasso, as the natives fondly call it.
Floor-to-ceiling French doors on each side of the Pisani Suite's living room lead onto stand-up balconies to better enjoy the magnificent vision of beauty and architectural wonders that lies beyond. Meticulously restored antique chandeliers from Murano island dominate the spacious living area which features heritage terrazzo veneziano flooring, plush velvet lounge suites, a dining table, and a Bang and Olufsen entertainment system.Learn More
The Redentore Terrazza Suite is a spectacular two storey suite on the uppermost floor of the palazzo with an unparalleled 250 square metre rooftop terrace, unique to all of Venice. A private elevator whisks guests from the main lobby of the hotel directly up to the suite's cosy attic apartment which is composed of a living room featuring affrescos, and a bedroom decorated with precious fabrics of Lorenzo Rubelli design.
The suite’s private elevator and an internal circular staircase unite the suite’s main apartment with its rooftop terrace in white Istrian stone, featuring a mini pool overlooking the Grand Canal. Equipped with sun lounges and furniture for stylish outdoor living, this one-of-a-kind rooftop terrace is the perfect spot for entertaining al fresco, for celebrations, and one of the most exclusive private venues in the city for viewing the Redentore Celebration fireworks which take place every July.Learn More
Inspired after the English playwright, novelist and short story writer W. Somerset Maugham, an illustrious and frequent guest of The Gritti Palace, the Royal Somerset Maugham Suite welcomes its residents as old friends. The Suite features five floor-to-ceiling French doors that open onto a stand-up balcony that runs the length of the suite itself, and which affords magical views of the Grand Canal that extend from Punta della Dogana across to the Basilica of Santa Maria della Salute and on to the Peggy Guggenheim Collection.
Stucco decorations reminiscent of the Venetian Rococò grace the walls and ceiling cornices of this one-of-a-kind suite which is embellished with recreations of historic fabrics from the early 20th Century, an eclectic ensemble of meticulously restored Gritti Palace antiques, majestic glass chandeliers from nearby Murano island, and of course, a collection of works by Somerset Maugham.Learn More
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 1950's, composed many passages of his novel "Across the River and Into the Trees."
Floor-to-ceiling French doors open onto stand-up balconies that afford rare views of the Grand Canal, from Punta della Dogana across to the Basilica of Santa Maria della Salute and on to the Peggy Guggenheim Collection. These remarkable views may be admired from both the suite bedroom and living room for around the clock inspiration and entertainment.
Evoking the sense of place of a Venetian Palace on the Grand Canal during the 18th Century, the suite's imposing design features stucco walls and ceiling cornices with Venetian Rococò motifs, and Ernest Hemingways own club chair.Learn More