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Enjoying one of the most famous views in the world, Palladio Hotel and Spa on Venice Giudecca Island looks across the water to the Doge’s Palace. The interior of what was once an old convent is painted in pale colours, with silks from Rubelli. This is luxury of a high Italian order.

Across the Grand Canal from Piazza San Marco is the island of La Giudecca. Here, away from the madding crowds and touristic bustle is one of Venice’s most unusual and secret gems, Bauers Palladio Hotel & Spa. And it’s just a short, picturesque boat ride from the heart of the city.

Bauers Palladio Hotel & Spa is an exciting, unique five-star hotel concept. This handsome building was a sixteenth-century convent designed by the greatest Renaissance architect, Andrea Palladio.

Ulivo Restaurant: Found on Giudecca island, L’Ulivo is the main restaurant of the exclusive Il Palladio oasis resort: a magical and bucolic atmosphere for candlelit dinners amid lush green gardens in a XVI century patio. Organic ingredients blended with sea flavors. Day lunch break in the comfort of the rose garden.

Its menu focuses on light and savoury dishes made with organic ingredients, all of which strictly follow the “carbon neutral” principle – fresh seafood from local markets, the freshest, ripest seasonal fruit used in the delicious homemade cakes, and a selection of wines from the nearby Friuli region.

At L’Ulivo, guests may choose whether to dine in the dining room, with its charming open kitchen, or outdoors on the patio, nestled in the beautiful backdrop of the gardens.
Spa: Set over two floors, the spa at Bauers Palladio has eight rooms, each dedicated to a special treatment, from facials to the Vitalis Bath, which offers detoxifying baths using products such as Dead Sea minerals and muds. After their treatment, guests can relax in the sauna or the spacious lounge area which has three huge windows overlooking St Mark’s Square.
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