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Occupying a prestigious location on the Grand Canal, The Gritti Palace was built in 1525 as residence of Doge Andrea Gritti. A leisurely short stroll from Piazza San Marco, the imposing palazzo awards rare views of Santa Maria della Salute.

From privileged access to the Venice Lido to spice-incrusted sea bass fresh from the lagoon at Club del Doge to a traditional spritz shared at Bar Longhi, The Gritti Palace holds the key to your private exploration of the layered city.

Experience the Venetian grand life in 82 distinctive rooms detailed with Murano Glass chandeliers, chatoyant draperies, marble tiles, and original gold-trimmed ceilings, complemented with sumptuous contemporary comfort and service.

Club del Doge: Peach blossom colored marble and soft tones of pink, blue and green dominate the Club del Doge restaurant and exalt the paintings on the ceiling; mirrors, Murano glass, and hand-made stuccoes decorate the walls while the magical light emanated from the wall lamps creates an enchanting atmosphere. The Club del Doge menu proposes indigenous flavors inspired by the gastronomic cultures that make up the Mediterranean region, in addition to Venetian creations.
Bar Longhi: Cherished for its friendly atmosphere and elegance, the Bar Longhi features paintings belonging to the school of the celebrated 18th century Venetian artist after whom the bar takes its name.

Hand-sculptured mirrors, Murano glass appliqués and a bar counter of carved polychromatic marble complement the refined atmosphere. As soon as weather permits, tables are set outdoors on its Grand Canal terrace, the place to retire for a nightcap and an inspirational contemplation of one of the world's most spectacular views.

Every evening, live music adds charm to your relaxing and romantic stay on the Grand Canal.
Meetings And Events: With its Grand Canal views and historic salons decorated with precious antiques, The Gritti Palace is an exclusive venue for meetings and special events. Elegant meeting and reception rooms cater to events for up to 100 attendees and cocktails for up to 150 guests. Meeting facilities are supported by personable service and sophisticated technological equipment including High Speed Internet Access. The venues have been selected by prestigious companies such as Bentley for the worldwide launch of their Silver Spur, and Christies during the last three editions of the Venice Biennale of Art. The Gritti Palace also provides an exceptional setting for wedding receptions in one of the most romantic cities in the world.

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