Welcome to The St. Regis Venice
Venice's newest luxury hotel. Modern. Elegant. Residential.
Avant-garde in outlook and design, The St. Regis Venice merges striking, modern interiors with its historic provenance as the best address in the city. Flanked by the Grand Canal with views across iconic landmarks, the hotel has stood in this privileged position for over a century and a half. Stylish design, intelligent technology and St. Regis Butlers cultivate an environment of impeccable comfort in 130 guestrooms and 39 suites, a selection of which graced with private terrace. The preserve for relaxation and socializing, our Italianate garden presents access to a range of dining and beverage options at Gio’s Restaurant and Terrace, the St. Regis Bar and at Arts Bar. A choice of areas transform easily to host up to 110 guests for celebrations, weddings and meetings, while the SPA Suites and an Exercise Room provide avenues for unwinding. Behind the hotel, luxury boutiques and contemporary art galleries lead the visitor to Teatro La Fenice and the treasures of Piazza San Marco, just four minutes away.
A Suite Lifestyle
Relax and unwind surrounded by residential comfort in our extraordinary collection of suites, each one of which uniquely encapsulates the artistic and cultural legacy of Venice.
A Tailored Environment
A locus of style, design and contemporary art, The St. Regis Venice is where uncompromising luxury and elegant surroundings flawlessly merge with the spirit of the city to attract the vanguard of today.
Secret Havens Overlooking Venice
A rarity unique to The St. Regis Venice, a selection of guestrooms and suites is graced with private terraces that extend the residential experience outdoors.
The Best Address in the City
Following an extensive restoration, each room has been reverently furnished to cherish the artistic and cultural heritage of the building, while also embracing the evolution of La Serenissima and the St. Regis brand’s spirit of modern glamour.
Gio's Restaurant & Terrace
An unexpected haven in the midst of Venice’s contemporary art scene, Gio’s Restaurant & Terrace presents a modern journey of Venetian and Italian dishes crafted with integrity and a disruptive twist.
St. Regis Bar
Shake tradition from breakfast all the way to dinner. Indulge in our bespoke selection of contemporary Italian cocktails and delicious food, either indoors or out in the garden, all served with our superb views of Venice.
Atmospheric and experiential, Arts Bar sets the mood as evening unfolds into the night with its avant-garde selection of art-inspired modern and classic cocktails, premium Italian spirits and casual elegance.
The Italianate Garden
A retreat for sensorial relaxation and notable socializing, our secluded Italianate Garden, a jewel in the city, presents views of notable landmarks and is complemented by geometric patterning, curlicue topiary, formal rose planting and fluid pathways.
Muse of the Arts
Understated Venetian styling is seen throughout the hotel in bespoke tailored fabrics and custom, handcrafted furnishings, the design of which takes inspiration from the heritage, traditions, shapes and patterns that layer the city.
Nodding to the hotel’s tradition of welcoming famed artists, the hotel’s first resident artist, Parisian Olivier Masmonteil, has been commissioned to create original artworks to adorn the Gran Salone, and the Monet and Presidential Suites. Capturing the attention of guests, the four stunning paintings in the Gran Salone present a contemporary interpretation of four of Tintoretto’s finest masterpieces on display at the Palazzo Ducale.
The Venetian tradition of glassmaking also lives on, celebrated through a partnership with Glasstress, the creative project of Berengo Studios. This unique project marries contemporary art and historical glass blowing techniques, and invites world-class artists of various disciplines to collaborate with Murano glass masters in the creation of bespoke works of glass art. Many of these iconic masterpieces may be admired at The St. Regis Venice.
Romance in Venice
: January 19, 2022 — December 31, 2022
Escape to The St. Regis Venice for the perfect romantic retreat. Embrace the city’s captivating spirit while we anticipate every precious detail of your stay.
Taste of Luxury
: January 19, 2022 — December 31, 2022
Stay exquisite at the best address in Venice. Begin each day with the pleasure of a full breakfast, and enjoy a 90 Euro dining credit per room daily.
The St. Regis Venice
San Marco 2159, Venice, Italy, 30124
Private Hostess Assisted Transfer
Private Hostess Assisted Transfer
Train StationVenice Santa Lucia Railway Station
St. Regis Butler Service
A hallmark of flawless and intuitive service, the anticipatory personalized service of the St. Regis Butler is available to all guests of The St. Regis Venice and ensures that their unique preferences are understood and realized. The anticipatory, personalized St. Regis Butler Service is one of the hotel's signature offerings. St. Regis Butler Service is dedicated to understanding and addressing your unique preferences and fulfilling every detail, no matter how small, for the duration of your time with us in Venice. Guests staying in our suites will enjoy the careful attention of a personal butler, who will assist with everything from arranging romantic celebrations on private terraces overlooking the city to personal shopping experiences at the hotel or after hours in designer boutiques - as well as a well-packed gourmet hamper for a day's cruising on the Venice lagoon.
Upon arrival, allow a St. Regis Butler to arrange coffee or tea service in your room. And if you wish, a St. Regis Butler will arrive after your morning wake-up call to draw your shades, deliver your coffee or tea as well as the day’s newspaper and weather forecast.
Unpacking & Packing Services
Allow a St. Regis Butler to take care of the unpacking and storage of your luggage—so that you can relax and settle in for your stay. Similarly, before you depart, simply contact the butler service desk for assistance with gathering and folding your garments to prepare your luggage for the journey home.
Once unpacked, simply let your St. Regis Butler know which garments require pressing and they will be pleased to assist, returning the garments to your wardrobe promptly. This service includes pressing of two garments per person, upon arrival.
During your stay, whether you are inside or outside the hotel, a St. Regis Butler is accessible at any hour via email. Simply send your request to firstname.lastname@example.org and allow the Butler Service Desk to assist.
Honoured to carry on a century of tradition of making guests feel at home, the St. Regis Butler Service Desk is available at The St. Regis Venice. Should you need anything, at any time, please use the guest room phone to dial the St. Regis Butler Service Desk for prompt assistance.
Evolutionary & Avant-Garde
Wrapping visitors in a Modern-Day Venice, the design of the hotel cherishes the artistic and cultural heritage of the building, while also embracing the evolution of La Serenissima and the St. Regis brand’s spirit of modern glamour. An invitation to discover Venice from a new perspective, one that reveals understated layerings of patterns, shapes, nuances and bespoke craftsmanship.
Unconventional arbiter of contemporary taste, The St. Regis Venice is recognized as a superb celebration of Venetian heritage and the city’s most desired address.
An Award-Winning Hotel
- 2020 World Traveler Awards - Italy's Leading Hotel
- 2020 Town & Country Hotel Awards - One of the Best New Hotels in the World
- 2020 Travel + Leisure It List - One of the Best New Hotels in the World
- 2020 TripAdvisor Traveller’s Choice Awards
A Storied History
The five ‘palazzi’ that make up the hotel enjoy a position of privilege overlooking the Grand Canal, with Badoer Tiepolo, the oldest palazzo dating back to the 17th century. By the 19th century, palazzi Badoer Tiepolo, Barozzi and Regina were converted into the Grand Hotel Britannia, more recently known as Hotel Europa & Regina. Carlo Walther, owner and manager of the Grand Hotel Britannia, shared the same visionary spirit and passion for technology as John Jacob Astor IV, founder of St. Regis Hotels & Resorts - the Grand Hotel Britannia was in fact the first hotel in Venice to have electricity. The hotel's special location carried an important significance for artists, as much for the opportunities of capturing the romantic light of the city and the beauty of the panorama at the mouth of the Grand Canal, as for the hotel's role as a gathering place for the varied cultural circles in Venice during the Belle Epoque.
At the turn of the 20th century, Venice in fact offered foreign artists a way of life that was congenial, convivial, and inspiring.
Today The St. Regis Venice offers guests an insight into the hotel's intriguing and illustrious history continuing, at the same time, to cultivate the imagination of today's tastemakers. The refined residential design inspired after Venice itself, the hotel's curated art collection which reflects a contemporary spirit for creativity, and the meaningful details discreetly placed throughout, seamlessly engage visitors with the future and the past.
Throughout its history as a hotel, The St. Regis Venice, in its various guises, has attracted international intellectuals and socialites, royalty, aristocracy, dignitaries, as well as famous writers, composers, and artists, including J.M.W. Turner, John Singer Sargent, Franz R. Unterberger and the vanguard of French Impressionism, French painter Claude Monet. It was in the autumn of 1908 that Monet and his wife Alice spent over a month at the then Grand Hotel Britannia where he discovered the extraordinary view of San Giorgio Maggiore island from the window of his hotel room. This same view and the captivating passage of light would be one of the motifs of his Venetian "beginnings", many of which are now acclaimed masterpieces.
Noteworthy guests of the literature world have included Gabriele D'Annunzio, Gustav Mahler, and German poet Rainer Maria Rilke who during his stay at the Grand Hotel Britannia produced some of the poems collected in his work "Spaetherherbst in Venedig" and the novel "A Scene in the Venetian Ghetto". American-British writer Alice Muriel Williamson, guest of the Grand Hotel Britannia, penned it as the most comfortable hotel in Venice and the only one with a garden on the Grand Canal in her 1905 novel "My Friend the Chauffeur". American writer and artist Francis Hopkinson Smith frequently spent his summers in Venice at the Grand Hotel Britannia, including the hotel and the garden in his work "Gondola Days".
Jean Paul Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir visited frequently, German composer Richard Strauss and Austrian composer Arnold Shoenberg chose to stay at the Grand Hotel Britannia, as did English journalist and writer Rudyard Kipling, art critic Bernard Berenson, Italian poet Giuseppe Ungaretti, and with the birth of cinema, celebrities Orson Welles, Anna Magnani amongst other famous names of cinema.
A St. Regis ritual that honors the Bloody Mary cocktail created by barman Fernand Petiot in 1934. Santa Maria, our local interpretation of the cocktail, is characterized by innovative techniques and a modern approach.
The Art of Sabrage. Celebrate the transition of the day into the night with our champagne sabering ceremony, the St. Regis signature ritual transforming evenings into superb celebrations.
Treasured St. Regis tradition, midnight suppers are exclusive and intimate events conceived by Caroline Astor to celebrate grand debuts and to honour new Connoisseurs.
Check-in: 3:00 pm
Check-out: 12:00 pm
Smoke Free Property
1 pet 11kg max per room, 125€ non refundable fee per stay, 50€ daily fee
Maximum pet weight: 11kgs
Accepts: Cash,Credit Cards
Concierge desk service
Property has elevators
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For more information about the physical features of our accessible rooms, common areas or special services relating to a specific disability please call +39 041-2400001
Property has elevators
Main Entrance is Accessible