Royal Palace on Grand Canal

Venue in Venice

The amazing Royal Palace on Grand Canal is the result of the joining of five 18th and 19th century palaces. The oldest palace belonged to the Tiepolos, the illustrious Venetian family that gave the city two “doges” and the seventeenth century painter Giambattista Tiepolo. One of the palaces was home to the San Moisè Theatre, which operated under this name till 1818.

Royal Palace on Grand Canal

By the 19th century Palazzo Tiepolo and the buildings that face the lovely courtyard on the Grand Canal had already been converted into a hotel, changing name time after time. One of his best guest of all time was the Impressionist painter Claude Monet, that during the autumn of 1908, it was here stayed – a long visit in which he made the most of his talent with the magnificent views that the hotel offered. Of course this hotel can offer a spectacular one-of-a-kind venue which will bring your event to life in a fabulous way.

One of the best spot of Venice, with an incredible deluxe terrace offering a breathtaking view of the Grand Canal. This open air magic space could be an idyllic setting for ceremonies and receptions. The indoor “Gran Salone” instead, captures the spirit of Grand Venetian design with its stucco ceilings and marble floors.

Hotel rooms hold an intimate Venetian style and are accented with textiles by Rubelliand boast elegant mahogany flooring and Italian marblebathrooms. Most of them has private terrace, which are perfect to soak in the views of the city’s most iconic landmarks in privacy.