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The Best of Venice


Home to merchants, royalty, artists and explorers, the hotel, like the city, is steeped in legend and character. The traditional build with stone, columned balconies is flanked by the Grand Canal with its luminous quality of shifting light, and a private pontoon to welcome guests. Behind, lies the street of Calle XXII Marzo, full of elite boutiques, and contemporary art galleries, and access to Grand Teatro La Fenice, the city’s temple of opera. With Piazza San Marco just four minutes’ walk from the hotel, Venice’s treasures are within easy discovery.

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Spa Suites at The St. Regis Venice

Spa Suites at The St. Regis Venice

The Spa Suites at The St. Regis Venice advocate an enriching journey of revitalization and relaxed pleasure. Treatments are aimed at pampering, the menu choice permitting both short beauty lifts or longer, more in-depth therapies.

Fitness Center

Fitness Center

Discover Venice off the Beaten Path

Claude Monet's Venice

Fascinated by Venice’s passage of light, in 1908, the illustrious impressionist painter Claude Monet took residence at The St. Regis Venice, at the time Grand Hotel Britannia, challenging the eternal beauty of the city. Start your day in a botanical breakfast at Gio’s in our Italianate private garden from where you can admire the same perspectives that inspired Monet and his masterpieces. Continue your day exploring the beautiful Venetian treasures captured by the artist. 

View of city and canal at sunset from balcony.

Carlo Scarpa's Venice

Architecture in Venice is a breathtaking multiplicity of ornamental motifs, where a different decorative aesthetic seeps through every corner of every palazzo. This eclectic layering of styles dissipated in the city is what inspired the Venetian contemporary architect Carlo Scarpa, whose works were in turn a source of inspiration for The St. Regis Venice renovation. Scarpa’s projects are within easy discovery in Venice. 

Acqua Alta in St. Mark's Square

La Biennale di Venezia

The Venice International Art, Architecture, Cinema, Dance, Theatre and Music Festivals play a prominent role in the city’s and the global cultural panoramas, bringing the best of international art trends and cultural events to Venice. The Venice Biennale has been for over 120 years one of the most prestigious cultural institutions in the world. The history dates back from 1895, when the first International Art Exhibition was organized. In the 1930s new festivals were born: Music, Cinema, and Theatre (the Venice Film Festival in 1932 was the first film festival in history). In 1980 the first International Architecture Exhibition took place, and in 1999 Dance made its debut at La Biennale.

How Will We Live Together?

Architecture Biennale 2021

Curated by Hashim Sarkis, this year’s Architecture Biennale entitled “How will we live together?” calls on architects to imagine spaces in which we can generously live together in the present context of political divides and economic inequalities, thus conceiving architects as cordial conveners and custodians of the spatial contract. From 22 May to 21 November 2021 (Vernissage 20-21 May).

Stairs up to entrance of museum, two trees on each side.