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Venice, Italy Hotels & Resorts - Continental Hotel Venice is located in a prestigious building overlooking Canal Grande.
Venice, Italy Hotels & Resorts - Situated approximately ten kilometers from St. Marks Square, Ducal Palace, the Grand Canal, Guggenheim Museum and the Rialto Bridge, which are easily reached
Venice, Italy Hotels & Resorts - Located on the Grand Canal, The Gritti Palace, Venice, formerly the early 16th-century palace of the Doge Gritti, has, over the years, welcomed royalty
Venice, Italy Hotels & Resorts - Housed in an 18th century Palace, Il Palazzo at the Bauer is converted into a private mansion featuring 75 luxurious rooms and suites, tapestry-covered
Venice, Italy Hotels & Resorts - Situated in the heart of Venice, close to St Marks Square and Rialto Bridge.
Venice, Italy Hotels & Resorts - Hotel Papadopoli Venezia (formerly Sofitel) is part of the M brand: a superior quality group under the MGallery umbrella, which is not present in Italy.
Venice, Italy Hotels & Resorts - San Clemente Palace is a converted 17th-century Camaldolesi monastery located on the private, 17-acre island of San Clemente, approximately 45 minutes
Venice, Italy Hotels & Resorts - Next to Rialto Bridge, the Hotel Marconi is located in the Riva del Vin. The hotel is located short distance from St. Lucia train station and Rialto waterbus
Venice, Italy Hotels & Resorts - The Palladio Hotel and Spa is housed in a magnificent 16th century Renaissance palace in Venice situated on Giudecca Island facing St Mark?s Square, a
Venice, Italy Hotels & Resorts - As Tchaikowsky looked across the lagoon to the island of San Giorgio, he was inspired to write his fourth symphony. His room, 106, has become a shrine
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