The Gritti Palace

The Gritti Palace in Venice is the ultimate in Venetian luxury. With an unrivalled position on the Grand Canal, the hotel boasts stunning views of the Church of the Redentore and the Venetian lagoon. A truly iconic hotel, the Gritti Palace has welcomed guests such as Ernest Hemingway, Somerset Maugham and Peggy Guggenheim. 

Indulge in culinary excellence at either Restaurant Club del Doge or Bar Longhi. Both are known for their exquisite food and spectacular dining experience; Bar Longhi's Grand Canal terrace has some of the best views in Venice, while the palatial interiors of the Restaurant  Club del Doge are beautiful.

The Aqua di Parma Blu Mediterraneo spa at the hotel is an elegant and relaxing space in which to reax and indulge in after a day spent exploring Venice. The spa offers a range of treatments from natural facials to luminous massages and exhilarating body therapies.

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  • Satellite TV
  • Spa
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Terrace

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Bedrooms

The Gritti Palace has 82 beautiful rooms and suites, all restored in 2011 each is a work of Venetian art in itself. The hotel's collection of 21 suites are all magnificent, ten of which are inspired by some of the hotels more notible guests such as Hemingway and Somerset Maugham. 

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Venice

Wander the lanes and explore the churches of Venice without the crowds when you visit during the colder months. 

As one of the primary gateways to the Alps, many pass through Venice on their way to the mountains, but few stop to appreciate the majestic beauty of the city during the colder months. We think winter is one of the best times to visit Venice, as the Venetians reclaim their lanes and canals from tourists, you have the chance to get to know the city on a more intimate level; exploring the cavernous churches and diving into cosy cafes.

The weather can get chilly as the winds whip down from the Dolomites, so don’t pack your ski jackets too deep, however, the blue skies and low season prices more than make up for the temperature. Don’t miss St Mark's Basilica, the city’s most famous church and arguably the most beautiful building in all of Venice. Inside the shimmering gold mosaics that line the ceilings usually play host to noisy crowds underneath, but during the winter months, the Cathedral is a peaceful sanctuary for you to explore, come early enough and you may have the mosaics to yourself.

Our team are here to help you source the best ski resorts near Venice. Speak to one of our ski experts about adding a couple of nights in Venice to your ski holiday. From canal-side palatial boutiques to beautiful Venetian apartments our team will help you find the perfect base for your short stay in Venice.

Skiing Near Venice

Cortina

Cortina, a two hours transfer from Venice, is a luxurious mountain resort with delicious Italian food and beautiful mountain scenery.

Arabba

Arabba is a part of the large Sellaronda ski area which links resorts across the Dolomites including Arabba, Val Gardena and Alta Badia.

3 Zinnen

3 Zinnen in the beautiful Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage Site has 115km of marked runs and is surrounded by breathtaking scenery.

 

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