A truly indigenous experience awaits at The Gritti Palace in Venice. Rare antique furnishings, precious fabrics and Murano glass light fittings are embraced by walls which bring back to life memories and anecdotes from over five centuries of history. Complemented by luxurious comfort and personalised service, the refined settings of our 82 guestrooms and suites incorporate the latest in modern technology, with in-room movies and High Speed Internet Access. Each guestroom and suite is unique, from our Grand Canal Suites boasting dramatic Grand Canal views to our Venetian '700 Style Double Rooms adorned with hand-painted wood to the romantic Venetian-style atmosphere of our Deluxe Suites overlooking Santa Maria del Giglio.
Patron Grand Canal Suites
Named after patrons of art and literature, Patron Canal Suites at The Gritti Palace immerse guests deep into the cultural and artistic roots of the city and this noble palace.
Gracious and elegant, Deluxe Rooms surround guests with the history and intrigue of five centuries of Venetian life. Glass chandeliers hang from high ceilings, large windows illuminate a selection of antique furnishings with natural daylight, and Venetian fabrics by Rubelli Group decorate walls rich with untold stories of the palazzo’s illustrious past.
Symbolic of the splendor of the Most Serene Venetian Republic in its 18th century heyday, Venetian Rooms exude a historic richness and individual personalities that transport occupants back in time.
Boasting jewel box designs in opulent and eclectic Venetian style, these romantic rooms are decorated with hand-painted ceilings, wooden wall boiserie and pastel-coloured furniture featuring hand-painted floral motifs. Expertly restored glass mirrors and appliques of Murano tradition, precious silk damask archival design fabrics by Rubelli Group in blues, pinks and cream, oil portraits, and heritage headboards add to the dreamy atmosphere.
Captivating views of neighbouring Santa Maria del Giglio Square and its neo-classical church of the same name, are a private haven in which to relax for a memorable stay in the city of canals.
With privileged settings overlooking Venice’s Grand Canal and the city’s rich patrimony of extraordinary architectural wonders, our nine Landmark Grand Canal rooms place you in the centre of a unique canvas. You'll enjoy magnificent views over the Grand Canal, Punta della Dogana, Santa Maria della Salute Basilica, the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, and many other historic palazzi.
Sestiere Suites take their names from the six Sestieri, or areas, that compose the historical centre of Venice, featuring eclectic 19th-century style.
The Serenissima Suites at The Gritti Palace celebrate the historic naval power of the Most Serene Venetian Republic, and take their names from famous naval battles during the Republic’s various Crusades.
Referencing historical elements of Venice and The Gritti Palace, the hotel's two Heritage Suites are a tribute to Venice's patrimony of Opera and Cinema on he first and second noble floors of the palazzo.
The Coppa Volpi Suite is named after the trophy awarded each year by the Biennale of Venice. It boasts an impressive collection of films that have won this prestigious award. Black and white photography referencing films and the recipients of the Coppa Volpi throughout the Venice International Film Festival's history add to the atmosphere. This suite features a 55″ BeoVision 7 Entertainment System with BluRay and BeoLab Speakers.
The La Fenice Suite honours the city’s famous opera house, Gran Teatro La Fenice. Jacquard and sumptuous Rubelli Group custom fabrics that were created originally for La Fenice Theatre feature alongside a rare antique hand-painted harpsichord, Neoclassical and Empire style furniture, and antique carpets. The centrepiece of the La Fenice Suite is a restored 1705 harpsichord adorned with finely painted mythological scenes. This suite also features a 46″ Bang & Olufsen BeoVision 10 Tv and BeoSound 4 Radio/ CD and BeoLab Speakers.
These suites may connect with Giglio Prestige guestrooms to form two bedroom apartments.
Named after patrons of art, design and literature, Patron Canal Suites at The Gritti Palace immerse guests deep into the cultural and artistic roots of the city and this noble palace.
The John Ruskin suite bears an authentic oil painting of the renowned art historian. The expansive Punta della Dogana suite offers a finely restored selection of antiques from The Gritti Collection. Finally, the Donghia suite embraces a sophisticated interpretation of the minimalist style of American interior designer Angelo Donghia.
Occupying a corner position on the hotel's piano nobile, the Pisani Suite delights with spectacular views, named after the noble family who originally owned the palazzo.
Additional rooms and suites may be connected to the Pisani Palazzo Suite, forming up to a five-bedroom apartment.
The Terrazza Redentore Suite is a spectacular two storey suite with an unparalleled 250sqm rooftop terrace. This one-of-a-kind rooftop terrace is the perfect spot for entertaining al fresco, for celebrations, and one of the most exclusive private venues in the city for viewing the Redentore Celebration fireworks which take place every July.
This one-of-a-kind rooftop terrace is the perfect spot for entertaining al fresco, for celebrations, and one of the most exclusive private venues in the city for viewing the Redentore Celebration fireworks which take place every July.
Inspired by the English playwright and novelist W. Somerset Maugham, an illustrious and frequent guest of The Gritti Palace, this suite welcomes its residents as old friends.
In the Presidential Suite that bears his name, Ernest Hemingway, who considered The Gritti Palace his home in Venice during the late 1940's and early 1950's, composed many passages of his novel "Across the River and Into the Trees."