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 at Hotel Londra Palace . The palace recently reopened following extensive renovations . The result is a triumph of Italian neo-classical design, a world of consummate luxury where Aubusson carpets contrast with the brilliant mosaic floor and glass pays homage to the unique Venetian light . There are 53 air conditioned rooms, 17 are junior suites, make a unique fashion statement . Silken walls and diaphanous curtains frame the famous view . The furniture is antique, the paintings, both old and new, are original and the bathrooms embellished with pink marble . The wine gallery offers tastings of famous wines prior to a feast, perhaps, in Do Leoni whose famous Italian and Venetian cuisine draws on Chianina beef and personally selected fresh produce from the Rialto market every day .
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