Privileged location few minutes from Venice lagoon

Privileged location few minutes from Venice lagoon

Privileged location few minutes from Venice lagoon

For an elegant and luxurious stay in one of the most celebrated and uniquely exquisite cities on earth make sure to book a room in this sophisticated Venetian Secret Hotel. With spacious and finely furnished double en-suite rooms featuring room service, air conditioning, free internet access and complimentary toiletries, bathrobe and slippers, this hotel makes sure its guests are completely catered for. The hotel also boasts banqueting facilities, dry cleaning, 24 hour concierge and limousine service. Guests can take advantage of the exceptional leisure facilities including fitness centre and billiards room, whilst those on business can make use of the business centre with conference rooms, secretarial service and exhibition room.

With a privileged location, just a few minutes from Venice lagoon, this hotel boasts a stunning location ensuring that all its guests are a stone’s throw away from the main tourist attractions this inimitable floating city has to offer. With free transfers to city’s main Marco Polo Airport, visitors, especially those on business, are ensured maximum convenience. The hotel is also situated close to the Venetian mainland area of Mestre. Boasting exceptional train and bus links to the main touristic and historic centre of Venice, Mestre offers a quieter alternative with an array of quaint family-run restaurants, cafes and supermarkets, often at considerably cheaper prices than in the city centre.

Catch a vaporetto from one of the public docks for a unique view of the city via its canals and waterways and into the heart of the city. From here the most iconic sights of Venice are accessible on foot. From the grandeur of Piazza san Marco dominated by the sublime Campanile and the ornate façade of the St Mark’s Basilica to the magnificent Rialto Bridge and San Giorgio Maggiore Island. Hop on a gondola and be educated on the rich and vibrant history of the city by the gondolier whilst taking in the beauty of the glittering water and spectacular architecture.

Also accessible from this sublime location is the famous Murano, a collection of small islands connected by bridges in the Venetian lagoon. Murano is principally internationally renowned for its reputation for quality glassmaking and still produces some of the most beautiful glass jewellery, vases and ornaments in the world. It is also home to the Murano Glass Museum which exhibits a history of glassmaking, from artefacts preserved from Ancient Egypt to masterpieces from the present day.