An historic residence in the Santa Croce quarter overlooking the Grand Canal and next to the Church of San Stae, Hotel Palazzo Giovanelli offers a tranquil retreat in this bustling city. Conveniently locate for the lively Rialto district with its bacari (traditional Venetian inns), Venice Casino and St Mark’s Square, the building dates back to the 16th century and over the years has been home to illustrious guests including Doge Marco Foscarini, the King of Denmark, and Mozart’s family.
The interiors boast a harmonious blend of modern and traditional styles, and wellappointed elegant rooms and suites are furnished in a contemporary style with Rubelli fabrics, Venetian style terrazzo or parquet floors, and gilded travertine or marble bathrooms: all featuring views of the canal, inner garden or over the city.
Breakfast is served buffet style and the chic bar is perfect for cocktails and light refreshments. There’s a waterside door for water taxi arrivals and a vaporetto stop right outside for easy access to the city sights.
Hotel Palazzo Giovanelli will guarantee interconnecting rooms subject to availability.
Not all facilities are complimentary and are subject to seasonal demand.
Book before 31 January 2020 for discounts on stays between 10 April 2020 & 25 October 2020Request a quote
1 complimentary 3 course dinner (excl. drinks) in a local Venetian restaurant per person per stay (Date of the dinner will be confirmed locally). for bookings made between 16 October 2019 and 01 January 2020 and arrivals between 16 October 2019 and 01 January 2020. Prices apply to Junior Suite.Request a quote
1 complimentary 3 course dinner (excl. drinks) in a local Venetian restaurant per person per stay (Date of the dinner will be confirmed locally). for bookings made between 16 October 2019 and 01 January 2021 and arrivals between 02 January 2020 and 01 January 2021. Prices apply to Junior Suite.Request a quote
Where hotel director, Domenico Fort, and his staff are always excited to welcome new visitors to Venice to show off the city they love so well