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Why Stay At Palace Bonvecchiati
Just north of Venice's iconic San Marco Square, yet removed from the throngs of visitors, a contemporary design hotel puts a new twist on classic Venetian hospitality.
In contrast to many traditional Venice hotels, Palace Bonvecchiati stands out with a modernly elegant interior concept and a comprehensive offering of luxurious amenities. The lobby lounge is designed in regal burnished gold and cherry red chairs, enhanced by original artwork, terrazzo floors and marble walls. Guest rooms are sleek and spacious, appointed in velvety cream, black or violet colors with tech touches such as Wi-Fi Internet access and flat-screen TVs with satellite channels. Need a break after miles of exploring? Take your pick among the extensive menu of body treatments at the on-site wellness center. Soothe aching muscles in the Turkish bath, steam room or make them work at the fitness center while looking out over the rooftops of the city.
Embarking on a gondola ride? Have the gondolier pick you up directly at the hotel's so-called water door.
For that special grown-ups only night out, take advantage of the hotel's babysitting service. (Surcharge applies.)
Arrive at Venice Marco Polo Airport (VCE) which is approximately 8 miles from the hotel. Take a shuttle to the wet docks and a private water taxi to the hotel. Anticipate about 45 minutes of travel time.San Marco, Calle dei Fabbri 4680, Venice, Italy
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Sauna + Steam Room
- Indoor Whirlpool
- Wellness Treatments
- Fitness Room
- Water Door
- Reading Room
- 24-hour Reception
- Laundry Service
- Individual Climate Control
- Heating System
- Flat-screen TVs
- Satellite Television
- En-Suite Bathrooms
- Mini Bars
- In-room Safes
- Outdoor Dining
- Max occupancy is 2 adults + 1 child (supplement of € 30 per night for children over 2 years
- Buffet breakfast served in the restaurant
Why We Love Venice
Get lost in the city's maze of islands connected by bridges and pedestrian alleys and interlaced by canals. Spend your days wandering between piazzas and palaces while discovering quaint hidden shops and small art museums along the way.
Where to Drink: Al Volto, Venice's oldest wine bar is a short stroll away. Walls and ceilings are whimsically decked out with vintage wine labels and more than 1000 Italian and international libations are on rotation. Stave off hunger with a wide selection of Italian-style bar snacks called cichetti. Calle Cavalli, 4081, San Marco, Venice.
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Where to Shop: For all fashion lovers, Calle Larga XXII Marzo, which runs west of Piazza San Marco and winds its way to Campo Santo Stefano near Accademia Gallery, is a must. High-end clothing stores from Armani to Zegna and tony gift boutiques line the busy shopping street.
Outdoor Excursion: Hop on a vaporetto (a rounded 230-passenger boat) and take a 2-mile tour of the Grand Canal from the railway station to San Marco Square. Although no longer teeming with cargo merchants, the canal is still Venice's main thoroughfare. Scan the façades for magnificent palazzi of the notable families of old. Single journey tickets valid 60 minutes on multiple boats available at tabacchi shops or on board €6.50.
Why Go Now
March 30, 2014
Su e Zo Per i Ponti
Non-competitive street rally modeled after a popular pub crawl event along points on a map livened up by costumed spectators and music along the way.
Starting point is Piazza San Marco.
April 17, 2014
Benedizione del Fuoco
At around dusk on the eve of Good Friday, all the lights are turned off inside St Mark's basilica and a fire is lit in the narthex (entrance porch). Communion is celebrated and the four elements are blessed.
May 10 - 12, 2014
Allowing a 3-day glimpse inside the towering walls of the military zone inside the Arsenale. There are historical re-enactments and homages to Venice's boat-building traditions.