Directly overlooking the Grand Canal, with an incomparable view of Venice, the Hotel Gritti Palace Venice is now one of the most celebrated hotels in the world. Commissioned in 1525 as the residence of the Doge of Venice, Andrea Gritti, the Gritti Palace was later used as the official residence of the Vatican's ambassadors to Venice. Hotel Gritti Palace Venice continues to attract elite guests, with luxuriously appointed rooms, attentive service, and the savory cuisine of the Restaurant Club del Doge. Ernest Hemingway once appreciated the hotel "as the best hotel in a city of great hotels." Hotel Gritti Palace Venice is a splendid little Palazzo that preserves within its walls stories of illustrious visitors such as the British Royal Family, the Duke of Windsor, Princes of Monaco, and Hollywood Stars.
Superb accommodation awaits guests of the Hotel Gritti Palace Venice, where special courtesies are provided in an elegant and refined setting. Precious decorations and beautiful antique furnishings enhance the atmosphere and luxurious comfort of the 91 guest rooms and suites. Venice is famous not only for its fine art, scenic vistas, and charming way of life, but also for its cuisine. The Club del Doge restaurant and Bar Longhi offer culinary delights and enchanting views of the canal and city. Local and fresh ingredients and Venetian tradition are elaborated upon in the executive chef's famous recipes.
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